Subplot of the day: have users realized tablets are unnecessary?

Today has been one of the rare days where we got big announcements from both the Android world and the Apple world. This morning, we finally got a look at the new OnePlus One Android smartphone (phablet?), and then this evening Apple announced its Q2 earnings which (mostly) exceeded expectations.

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Subplot of the day: have users realized tablets are unnecessary?

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Recovering Bkf File In Case Of Missing Catalog Files

The NTBackup utility is used to create backups in the Windows operating systems such as Windows Server 2003, XP, and 2000. It is particularly helpful when your system is somewhat unreliable and you fear that it may crash anytime. The backup is created in the form of BKF files. However, at times the bkf files can get corrupt due to various reasons such as human errors, virus infections, power surges, Samsung Galaxy S5 Case incomplete data backup process, missing catalog files, etc. To overcome such situations, you should take appropriate corrective measures. However, sometimes these measures are not adequate. In such cases, you should use a third-party BKF repair tool to repair BKF file.

Consider a scenario wherein you took concurrent backups of several locations simultaneously. When you wanted to restore the file from back up of the data, you were unable to do so. You were not able to view the catalog files Galaxy S5 Case in the Restore tab. These catalog files enable NTBackup to restore backed up data from the BKF file. This is apart from the fact that the backup operations are completed without displaying any error message. But when you try to restore the backup, an error message is displayed, which can be any of the following messages:

The backup file contains unrecognized data and cannot be used.
The backup file is unusable. You must erase it, or choose another file.
An inconsistency was encountered Galaxy S5 Case on the requested media.

Cause:
The main cause of the problem is that the BKF file has become corrupt due to any of the aforementioned reasons. One of the reasons can be that there are missing catalog files of the backed up data. The catalog files are stored at the following location in your system:

%SystemRoot%\Documents and Settings\Account\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows NT\NTBackup\catalogs

What happens is that when you create more than one backup simultaneously, Galaxy S5 Cases the catalog files share identical timestamp attribute. In this case, the backup set that was attributed first was displayed in the Restore tab and other backups were sometimes not displayed in the list. Because of this, the BKF file got corrupt and you had to perform BKF recovery to repair BKF file. This should be done using a third-party BKF repair application. Such read-only tools employ fast yet sophisticated algorithms to scan the damaged area.

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More data, plus tethering comes to AT&T’s prepaid plans

AT&T GoPhone prepaid service gets a little more data and features beginning April 25th. AT&T’s prepaid rates are highly competitive considering what you do get for the money.

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Tim Cook welcomes Office to the App Store, but questions the strategy behind its long delay

Apple released its fiscal second quarter earnings on Wednesday, which means that CEO Tim Cook got to answer a ton of questions from analysts. With iPad sales in the quarter disappointing Wall Street, the tablet was the subject of a number of analysts’ questions

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Facebook reports it had over 1 billion monthly active users during the first quarter

Apple wasn’t the only major tech company to report good earnings on Wednesday.

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Red HTC One M8 and rugged Kyocera Brigadier (both for Verizon) pictured

We can now say hello to the red version of HTC’s One M8.

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Next-gen Moto X and Moto G will have near-stock Android (Lenovo won’t alter Motorola’s software strategy)

Back in January, when Google agreed to sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo, the companies said that “Lenovo intends to keep Motorola’s distinct brand identity.” Even so, some users may be worried that Lenovo could alter the software experience on the upcoming Moto smartphones. As you may know, Mototola’s latest handsets, the Moto X and Moto G, are both offering near-stock Android.

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German app finds you a hooker

You’re in Germany, feeling alone and willing to pay for some, uh, company. Well, thanks to Berlin’s Peppr, there’s an app for that, too.

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Apple sold 43.7 million iPhones last quarter beating expectations; stock soars on split news

Apple reported its fiscal second quarter earnings report and it showed that the company sold 43.7 million Apple iPhones in the three month period. That is down from the 51 million units sold by Apple during its fiscal first quarter, which included the holiday season. A fairer comparison would be with last year’s fiscal second quarter, a period that saw Apple sell 37.4 million iPhone units.

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AT&T highlights the ASUS PadFone X in a new video, still no release date in sight

We have known about the Asus PadFone X for months. AT&T announced way back in January that the smartphone-tablet combination would be “coming soon.” As we embark on the final week of April, the PadFone X is still “coming soon.” Obviously, AT&T wants to position this product just right. On the consumer front, you have the ability to transform your equipment to your needs without having to worry about synchronization.

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