With fingers bandaged and splinters removed, Sam move on to a new laser cut plywood kit from Ugears. The more advanced model features mechanical movements and precision toothpick placement, which gives the team some trouble!
There are far too many apps flowing into the Play Store on a daily basis to find all the good stuff yourself. This is the problem that Google Play App Roundup seeks to solve. Every week we tell you about the best new and newly updated apps in the Play Store. Just click the app name to head right to the Play Store and check things out for yourself.
There are a number of services that offer access to live TV streams on Android, but they tend to want money. BitTorrent Live is a streaming TV service from, you guessed it, BitTorrent. It’s completely free. It’s been available on some streaming boxes and desktops for several months, but the app has now showed up in the Play Store. As with most things BitTorrent does, this streaming video app is based on the company’s p2p technology. It uses many of the same techniques that have allowed Torrent sites to become so prominent as sources for… well, everything. BitTorrent itself is a legitimate business, though. The content on BitTorrent Live is fully licensed. Because this is based on p2p technology, the quality of the stream will vary based on how many people are viewing it. Just like with a Torrent download, you both download and upload to keep the swarm of watchers going. The result is a system that’s much easier on the video source. How does it look? From my testing, I’d say it ranges from middling to good. Some channels look like a standard 480p stream, and other are almost as good as what you’d get streaming HD video from a source like YouTube.