How to Stop Facebook Auto Play Videos on Android

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These days Facebook changes a lot of different options and settings on the fly, and this is especially true for its mobile application on Android and iOS. The guide below will show users how to stop or disable Facebook’s auto playing videos on Android, a feature that we hear complaints on more than almost anything […]

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Problems Frustrating Nexus Users

Most users should install the Nexus 7 2013 Android 5.0.2 update.

Google rolled out its Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update to fix Nexus Lollipop problems. And while it did fix some of the bigger issues, Android 5.0.2 Lollipop problems continue to frustrate Nexus users. At the tail end of last year, Google finally rolled out its Android L update, an update now known as Android 5.0 Lollipop. Android 5.0 Lollipop […]

Disney Infinity Toy Box 2.0 Arrives for iPhone & iPad

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Disney Infinity Toy Box, the game that inspired new generations to create their own worlds and pick up dozens of Disney figurines, has finally come to Apple’s iPhone and iPad. Disney, one of the world’s largest media companies, announced Disney Infinity Toy Box 2.0 for the iPhone and iPad earlier this morning. There’s no need […]

Why You Should Start Waiting for the Galaxy S6

We may also see a Galaxy S6 Edge with a curved screen.

Right now is perhaps the best time to start waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and here’s why. At the tail end of last year, we started to see Samsung Galaxy S6 rumors pick up. And what started as a whisper has grown louder and louder to the point that we have a pretty good idea about […]

Details on How to Play the Battlefield Hardline Beta Arrive

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After a big delay in the game’s release and days of speculation, Electronic Arts has finally announced the Battlefield Hardline beta release date for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, PS3 and PS4. According to a new blog post, users can expect the Battlefield Hardline beta to arrive on February 3rd. Electronic Arts, the game’s […]

iOS 8.1.3 Problems: 5 Things You Need to Know

iPhone 6 Plus apps work fine on iOS 8.1.3.

Apple’s brand new iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is here and it fixes several lingering iOS and iOS 8 problems. Apple’s new update doesn’t fix everything though. iOS 8.1.3 problems are starting to emerge in the aftermath of the update’s release and today, we want to take a look at what you need […]

HTC One M9 Rumor Roundup: What We Know So Far

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The upcoming HTC One M9 smartphone is officially set to be announced on March 1st in Spain, and as the launch date nears more and more details continue to surface. Over the past few weeks though many of those rumors have been revealed as false, and a slew of new information has arrived this week. […]

5 Car Gadgets That Could Save Your Life

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While winter technically starts in November, January and February are some of the most treacherous months as far as snowfall is concerned. If you’re car ever gets stuck, here are five gadgets that you should have on you. Some things are extremely important to keep in your car, including a set of jumper cables, blankets, […]

Exciting Galaxy S6 Details Tease Big Changes

Expect an upgraded Galaxy S6 camera.

Exciting new Samsung Galaxy S6 details have emerged today as we push closer to an unconfirmed but probable Galaxy S6 release date later this year. Throughout the month of January, we’ve seen reports hint at an upcoming Galaxy S6 release, a device that will supposedly replace the Galaxy S5 as the company’s flagship and challenger […]

Why iPhone 6 Call Quality Is Inconsistent

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Have you ever noticed that call quality on your iPhone 6 is rather inconsistent? You call someone up and it sounds great — almost like they’re in the room with you. However, you then call someone else and it sounds like the plain awfulness that you’ve been accustomed to over the years. Why is this? […]

How to Fix iPhone that Doesn’t Ring, But Shows Voicemail

How to fix an iPhone that doesn't ring and sends calls straight to voicemail.

“Help, I am not getting calls, but my iPhone keeps showing voicemail!” This is a common complaint that we hear in Verizon, AT&T and the Apple Store from customers who are frustrated at missing calls because the iPhone doesn’t ring and then suddenly they see that they have voicemail. Users often think this is a major […]

Best External DVD Drives for Your MacBook

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If you own a MacBook Air or a newer MacBook Pro that doesn’t include a disc drive, here are the best external DVD drives for your MacBook. Not everyone needs a disc drive, which is probably why Apple got rid of them in the MacBook Pro. The world is going digital and that means music, […]

Outlook for iPhone Proves Microsoft Has the Right Idea

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Once again, Microsoft is proving just how its new agile way of doing business is best for it and the owners of smartphones that aren’t running its Windows Phone operating system. This morning the maker of Lumia Windows phones, Surface PCs and more announced Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android, two new apps that […]

How to Stop an iCloud Restore That is Stuck

Use this guide to stop an iCloud restore.

We will show you how to stop an iCloud restore that is stuck or still going after 24 to 48 hours. This can happen when an app installation hangs up or another issue happens, and it will prevent you from installing an iOS update and may deliver poor battery life as backup and restore keeps […]

iOS 8.1.3 Update: 5 Reasons It’s Worth Installing

You can still use Touch ID, but it is not as reliable.

Yesterday, Apple released its new iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Today, we want to fill you in on a few reasons why you might want to think about installing the new iOS 8.1.3 update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch right now or in the near future. There was quite […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the HTC One M8 Right Now

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In 2014 the HTC One M8 was arguably one of the best Android smartphones released, and had some of the best specs and fanciest designs of any phone released, and it’s still a great phone. However, the HTC One M8 is a smartphone that users probably shouldn’t buy right now. Last year, HTC announced and […]

Moto DROID Turbo Android 5.0 Lollipop Update Imminent

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The Motorola DROID Turbo was announced and released back in October, shortly after Google debuted the next version of Android. Google’s new Android 5.0 Lollipop update is still slowly but surely heading to more devices, and that includes an array of smartphones from Motorola. They were among the first manufacturers to push an update out […]

8 Common iOS 8.1.3 Problems & How to Fix Them

Here's how to get better iOS 8 performance on iPhone 5.

Apple’s brand new iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is now live and it predictably brings bug fixes for lingering iOS 8 problems to owners of the company’s mobile devices. We’re still very early in the game but we’re already hearing about iOS 8.1.3 problems plaguing the iPhone and iPad and today […]

6 Smart Home Products for Renters

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If you’re renting an apartment or a house, here are six smart home products that won’t upset the landlord. All of these awesome new smart home products that are coming out may make you want to turn your residence into the ultimate smart home, but if you’re renting an apartment or a house, installing smart […]

Don’t Buy a Surface 2

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It hardly seems like it but, almost three years ago Microsoft gave us our first look at the original Surface. That device was something we’d hardly ever seen from Microsoft in the hardware space. It was ambitious; Microsoft hoped that the Surface would be to Windows what the iPad is for Mac OS: a companion, […]