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Hidden tricks for your Android Phone

Shortcuts to help you manage your phone way faster Android phones are popular as ever thanks to their unique features that let you customize your phone entirely. You can work your way through with the settings and change anything that you don’t like starting from the shape and size of the icons and finishing with the home and lock screens, word placement, or color of … Continue reading Hidden tricks for your Android Phone

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A Day in 2018: 4 Essentials for Modern Living

It’s amazing to reflect on how much technology has advanced in the past couple decades. In the 1990s and even the early 2000s, many of the electronic devices that so important to people now were seen as a luxury. There are quite a few items that can improve your quality of life, but only a select few are true essentials that most people will use … Continue reading A Day in 2018: 4 Essentials for Modern Living

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How does the iPhone X compare to the best Android phones?

The iPhone X (which Apple are insisting you pronounce ‘iPhone Ten’) was unveiled this week and will go on sale in November. It’s by far the most powerful iPhone ever made, and it comes with an array features never before seen on an Apple handset – such as wireless charging and the ability to unlock your phone with your face. But when it comes to … Continue reading How does the iPhone X compare to the best Android phones?

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5 Windows alternatives to the MacBook Pro

There was a time when Apple dominated their little corner of the technology market, churning out well-designed consumer electronics with sharp advertising campaigns and luxury price tags. Times are changing however – with competitors catching up fast and not everyone being a big fan of the new MacBook, we’ve decided to take a look at 5 windows machines that can give the MacBook Pro a … Continue reading 5 Windows alternatives to the MacBook Pro

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After 12 years, Apple is killing-off the iPod Nano and Shuffle

The device that weaned many of us off our CD collections and introduced us to the world of digital music will cease production this year. Released in 2005, the iPod Nano and Shuffle could only play music downloaded from iTunes or ripped from CDs, and lacked many of the features found in later devices, such as streaming service Apple Music. Apple have described the move … Continue reading After 12 years, Apple is killing-off the iPod Nano and Shuffle