Samsung Galaxy S5 Software Hands-On Video

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It’s long been rumored, but now it’s finally here. Samsung lifted the cover off of its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5. The new device keeps the same overall look and design from the Galaxy S4, except for one major portion: the rear battery cover. Samsung did away with the slimy plastic of the Galaxy […]

iOS 7 Jailbreak: Apply SSL Patch Without Updating to iOS 7.0.6

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Apple released a fairly critical security bug for iPhones and iPads in the form of iOS 7.0.6, making it one of the most important minor updates we’ve seen from Apple as of late. The patch fixes a bug that left your iPhone or iPad vulnerable to all sorts of nifty hacks. If you’ve already jailbroken your […]

iOS 7 Jailbreak: Stay Away from iOS 7.0.6 for Now

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Apple released another minor iOS 7 update today for iPhone and iPad in the form of iOS 7.0.6, which fixes SSL connection verifications. This means that Apple included some security fixes with this update. Granted, we don’t know yet if this patches up the iOS 7 jailbreak, but iOS developer MuscleNerd says to stay away for […]

MacBook Air 2013 Sleep Crash Fix on the Way

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Apple is set to release an update for 11- and 13-inch 2013 MacBook Airs that fixes an issue where the laptops would crash upon waking it from sleep mode, according to MacRumors. An Apple Authorized Service Provider says that the issue is with the sensor that detects when the lid is opened or closed. Apparently, there’s a […]

HTC Promises 2 Years of Major Android Updates for US Devices

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One extremely important aspect of owning a smartphone, especially one running Android, is regarding how long the manufacture will support and issue updates for the handset. With Google adding more and more excellent features and stunning designs to each release of the Android operating system, smartphone makers need to update all its handsets and deliver […]

Moto X Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update: What to Expect

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The Motorola and Google developed Moto X was the first non Nexus smartphone to receive Android 4.4 KitKat. However, after the initial update Google issued two small incremental updates with Android 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 KitKat that Motorola has yet to deliver. It’s been over two months since Motorola first delivered KitKat to Moto X users, […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy S4

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a powerful flagship Android smartphone. One that is capable of multi-tasking with the best of them, or running any app or game available on the Google Play Store. However, there’s times when closing all of those running apps could be useful. This may seem like a simple task for most […]

12 Sony Phones That Won’t Even Get Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

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As technology progresses and more and more smartphones hit the market, older models get left behind and are often forgot about. It’s just how things work. While software updates are important, many devices eventually get cut out of future upgrades. It’s a sad reality and one that will be hitting close to home for thousands […]

iOS 7.1 Jailbreak Less Likely After Fifth Beta Release

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Apple released the fifth beta of iOS 7.1 today, coming with a handful of bug fixes and various performance improvements. However, one question that jailbreakers have on their minds is whether or not the iOS 7.1 jailbreak is less or more likely with this fifth beta. Unsurprisingly, it looks less likely. The Evasi0n 7 exploit […]

Flex 2 Lets You Create Your Own iOS 7 Jailbreak Tweak

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There are a lot of great iOS 7 jailbreak tweaks available in Cydia, but sometimes there’s a tweak that you wish existed, whether it be fixing a simple annoyance in a given app or blocking ads in an app that an ad blocker won’t block itself. Flex 2 is a jailbreak app that lets you […]

Android 4.5 Concept Shows a Better Out of Box Experience

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Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat software is only 3 months old, but it’s never too early to start imagining the future. As such, designers and developers have already started dreaming up what’s next for Google with renders and concepts for the next software release. Android 4.5 Licorice (or Lollipop) is already on designers minds, and this […]

Bring Swype to iOS with TouchPal iOS 7 Jailbreak Tweak

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We’ve already talked about one method to bring over a beloved keyboard replacement from Android over to iOS with SwiftKey Note, but Swype is another favorite keyboard replacement on Android that isn’t officially available on iOS. However, if you’re jailbroken, you can bring Swype-like capabilities to your iPhone or iPad. TouchPal has just been updated […]

Samsung to Curb Android Tweaks at Google’s Request

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Today some shocking new details have been revealed regarding how the future of Android will look on Samsung devices like the upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone, and the bundled apps. We know fragmentation is an issue, and Google looks to be trying to curb it with Android’s biggest success story. We know the Samsung Galaxy S […]

Motorola Migrate iCloud Support Helps iPhone Owners Switch to Android

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When it comes to getting a new smartphone on a different platform, many are worried about getting contacts, calender entries, and essentially all their information from one to another. There’s plenty of solutions available, and this week one more arrived. If you’ve been eying an Android phone, Motorola wants you to get one of its […]

Google Reportedly Working on Remote Desktop App for iOS and Android

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The software market is littered with remote desktop tools that allow users to control a desktop computer or laptop from another computer or mobile device, and many of them are free. However, Google thinks it can create a better option that you’ll actually want to use, and the company is calling the phenomenon of its […]

Google Now Coming to Chrome with Latest Alpha Build

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Google Now has finally hit the Chrome web browser in the latest alpha build. The new feature works through Chrome’s notification center and provides users Google Now cards with information such as weather, traffic, sports scores and reminders. Since this new feature is available in just an alpha build, you’ll have to enable it by […]

How to Disable Auto Screen Rotation on Android

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If you’re like me, you’ve probably been laying in bed browsing Gotta Be Mobile or scanning through Twitter, and had to deal with and fight the battle of your phone or tablets screen rotating. This is actually a feature, believe it or not, and in settings there’s an “auto-rotate screen” option that can be disabled. […]

Box Offering 50GB of Free Cloud Storage with iOS App

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The popular cloud storage service Box is bringing back its offer of 50GB of storage for free when new users download and install the updated iOS app that was released today. The Box iOS app updated today with lots of new features and an refreshed design. The app now sports faster photo loading, full text search […]

How to Cut, Copy and Paste on Android

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Some tasks simply come as second nature for many who’ve been using smartphones for the past couple of years, and we almost take them for granted. One in particular is the power behind being able to cut, copy and paste on our Android smartphones and tablets. I’ve been using copy and paste on computers and […]