How to Try OS X Yosemite Risk Free

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The newest version of OS X (OS X 10.10 Yosemite) is currently in its beta stages and isn’t available to the public just yet, but you can still try it out for yourself without erasing your current Mac setup. OS X Yosemite was unveiled earlier in June at Apple’s WWDC developers conference. However, this new […]

Motorola DROID Ultra & Maxx Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update Emerges

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The Motorola DROID Ultra & MAXX Android 4.4.4 KitKat update has seen its share of ups and downs after being delayed multiple times, but it’s now finally about to arrive. Back in June Google surprised many by releasing an update to Android 4.4 KitKat, bringing its latest release to Android 4.4.4 KitKat Motorola ULTRA and […]

How to Update Your iPhone to iOS 7.1.2 Without Any Problems

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It seems many users come across problems when updating iOS on their iPhone, but here are steps to assure that you stay away from any updating issues as much as possible. The latest iOS update was released last week, and while it was a rather minor update for Apple’s mobile operating system, many users came […]

Android L Keyboard Pulled from Google Play, Here’s How to Get It

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Last month Google surprised many in the Android and mobile world by not only showing off the next version of Android months ahead of the release for the first time in years, but they also released an early developer preview of the Android L beta. One of the many new additions is the material keyboard, […]

G Watch Arrives in Time for LG G3 Release

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Last month at the annual Google I/O developer conference Google finally unveiled its new operating system for wearable device like a smartwatch called Android Wear. They gave consumers an early glance back in March, and last week the first device running Android Wear, the LG G Watch, finally went on sale. Google’s new mobile operating […]

Nexus 4 Android L Update Available Early

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Late last month at the annual Google I/O developer conference we received our first look at the next version of Android months and months ahead of the release date. The Android L release was shown off early for the first time in three years, and then in an even more shocking move Google released an […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPhone 5s Review

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Apple rolled out its latest iOS 7 update last week, dubbed iOS 7.1.2, and it fixes a couple of minor problems as well as improves overall performance a bit. Most notably, the update fixes a big security flaw with email attachments in the Mail app where attachments weren’t properly encrypted in the past. The update also improves […]

How to Create iPhone Shortcuts with Launch Center Pro

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A handy app called Launch Center Pro allows you to create shortcuts to anything on your iPhone, and gives you quicker access to app and settings. Everything is pretty easy to get to on your iPhone, thanks to the simplicity of iOS 7, but there are some things that you just wish you could create […]

iOS 7.1.2 Problems Plague iPhone Users Yet Again

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It’s been a few days since iOS 7.1.2 was released, but many users are still suffering from issues with the update, specifically their iPhones freezing midway through the update. We discussed some of the initial problems that many iPhone users have been having, but one glaring issue that some folks are coming across is during […]

Android L Release Coming Soon for More Nexus Devices

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Last week for the first time in over three years Google revealed the next version of Android well ahead of the potential release date. At its annual Google I/O developer conference the Android L release was announced, shown off, and even released for two Nexus devices. In a shocking move Google didn’t just let us […]

Android L Release Simplifies Settings With New Search Tool

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Last week Google shocked the mobile world by releasing an earlier developer preview of the next version of Android months ahead of the official release. It’s called the Android L Release, and while we know plenty about it already, more and more hidden new features are being spotted. At Google I/O last week Google gave […]

How to Use Siri

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Siri is Apple’s voice recognition personal assistant on iPhone and iPad that allows users to execute commands by voice. We’ll be showing you how to use Siri, how to customize it, and how to get the most out of the virtual personal assistant. Siri first debuted in 2011 with the release of the iPhone 4s […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPhone 5s: Impressions and Performance

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Apple has released its second update under the iOS 7.1 name, and it includes a few fixes and improvements to a few things on iPhones and iPads. Most notably, the update fixes a big security flaw with email attachments in the Mail app where attachments weren’t properly encrypted in the past. The update also improves iBeacon […]

iOS 7.1.2 Arrives as First Update Since iOS 8 Reveal

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Apple has pushed out iOS 7.1.2 to the public, and it comes with several improvements and fixes, most notably fixing a big security flaw with email attachments in the Mail app. The update also improves iBeacon connectivity and stability, as well as improved connectivity with third-party accessories. We knew the update would arrive any second […]

How to Speed up the Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 & Note 3 in Seconds

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When Google first debuted Android 4.4 KitKat on October 31st 2013 there was something extremely different about the operating system hiding beneath the surface. It’s called ART, which stands for Android Runtime, and below we’ll explain how to enable it to instantly speed up your Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, Note 3, or any other […]

iOS 8 Jailbreak Release Teased, Won’t Last Long

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Just days after an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak was released, another jailbreak developer and hacker has teased his own release of an iOS 8 jailbreak to much of everyone’s surprise. BlackGeek is the hacker behind many jailbreaks in the past, including the first iOS 7.1.X jailbreak for the iPhone 4. He’s the one who teased an […]

iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Updated by Pangu, Now Supports Mac and English

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Less than a week after an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak was released, the team behind the whole thing has already updated the jailbreak tool. It now supports Mac computers, and now comes in English (it was only available in Chinese previously). Furthermore, the English version also gets rid of the opt-out checkbox for the highly-controversial Chinese […]

5 Hidden Android L Features and Tricks

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While many consumers are still waiting for Android 4.4 KitKat updates on their smartphone, Google is already busy working on the next update set to arrive later this year. Announced at Google I/O is Android “L Release” which was surprisingly released to the public as an early developer preview. For the first time in over […]

How to Free Up Space on Mac

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If you have a MacBook Air or even a newer MacBook Pro, you know that storage can be a premium, thanks to Apple using solid state storage. Of course, you can upgrade it to as much as 512GB of storage, but most of us like to save money and go with the lowest tier, thinking […]

How to Get the Android L Keyboard Now

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This week Google shocked the mobile and Android world by not only showing off the next version of Android months in advance, similar to how Apple teases iOS, but they also released it to the public in a developer preview state. Android L is the new and exciting kid on the block, but sadly you […]