How to Back Up Your iPhone Using iCloud

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Backing up your computer and other devices is one of the most important maintenance tasks you can do. It can save you from certain disaster if you’re iPhone ever dies or you accidentally drop and break it. If you don’t have any of the data on it backed up, you’re at risk of losing it […]

How to Find a Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone or Tablet

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When it comes to protecting your smartphone from loss or theft there’s plenty of apps in the Google Play Store, but like Apple’s Find My iPhone, Google has its own Android Device Manager users should know about. Tracking down a lost or stolen Android smartphone or tablet can be a daunting task, not to mention […]

iOS 7.1 Jailbreak Still Possible, but iOS 8 Remains the Focus

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Apple released iOS 7.1 back in early March, which brought new features and performance improvements, but also officially ended the reign of the iOS 7 jailbreak, since Apple patched up the exploits used by the Evad3rs development team. Since then, we have yet to see a jailbreak that’s compatible with iOS 7.1 and higher. Currently, […]

Motorola DROID RAZR HD Android 4.4 KitKat Update Begins

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This week good news arrived for Motorola DROID Ultra owners that an update was coming soon which would deliver Android 4.4.2 KitKat to the handset, but Motorola didn’t forgot the rest of the DROID lineup either. Today we received word that the Motorola DROID RAZR HD and MAXX HD are up next for Android 4.4.2 […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Notification Bar Icons Explained

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Now that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is here and has been readily available from US carriers for nearly a month, more and more consumers are starting to buy the latest smartphone and are now full of questions. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is filled with features, options and settings, and surely consumers have seen a few […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is packed full of advanced features, controls, fingerprint sensors for security and more but there’s a few more options that Google chooses to hide from the average user. Developers and enthusiasts looking to control additional aspects of their device, change settings, or enable USB debugging for advanced functions will […]

How to Turn Off Obnoxious Galaxy S5 Sounds

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Now that the all-new Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally available on all carriers throughout the United States and around the globe, we’re getting more and more questions regarding specific functions of the smartphone. More importantly, we’ve received more than a few questions and comments regarding those obnoxious water sounds and noises every time you interact […]

How to Take Screenshots on Mac: Tips and Tricks

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You may already know how to take screenshots on your Mac, but you may not know of a few different ways that you can take better screenshots and manage them more easily. Here are a few tips and tricks that you can try out, as well as a couple of apps that you should check […]

How to Get Better Galaxy S5 Battery Life With Ultra Power Saving Mode

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These days smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S5 have huge screens, faster processors for apps and gaming, and continue to be packed full of features. One thing we constantly hear concerns about though, is how that all affects battery life. The brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 has been available for less than a month, but […]

What is Office 365: 3 Things You Need to Know

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If there’s a single suite of apps that users need on nearly every device with screen and a keyboard, it’s Office, Microsoft’s suite of productivity applications. For two decades Microsoft Office has been how people around the world get work done. Companies and small businesses around the world don’t just use it. Many of their […]

How to Enable Easy Mode on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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Smartphones like the brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 are packed so full of features that sometimes consumers get lost in all the options or advanced features, and just want something a bit easier to understand. From enthusiasts to beginners the Samsung Galaxy S5 can be a bit daunting for some, not to mention a first-time […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The new Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally available throughout the world and from all major US carriers, and consumers are finally starting to get their hands on the brand new smartphone. While the phone is completely packed full of advanced features and uses, one thing we constantly have received questions about is something as simple […]

LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update Problems Emerge

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The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update has been rolling out to various users and carriers over the past two months, bringing with it loads of changes, performance improvements, and updating the device to the latest version of Google’s Android. AT&T in the United States was first to issue Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the LG […]

iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Release Very Unlikely

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Apple released iOS 7.1.1 yesterday to the public, arriving with a handful of bug fixes, as well as some performance improvements to the keyboard and the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Jailbreakers (as always) have been curious whether or not the latest update will see a jailbreak finally, but there doesn’t seem to be […]

DROID DNA Android 4.4 KitKat Release Date Confirmed

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The HTC DROID DNA Android 4.4.2 KitKat update has already seen its share of delays over the past few months, but thankfully today we’ve learned the delays are over and it should arrive by the end of the week. Initial reports from HTC promised an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the popular DROID DNA […]

iOS 7.1.1 Update Arrives as iOS 8 Rumors Swirl

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Apple has released iOS 7.1.1 to iPhone and iPad users today, and it’s a rather minor update that addresses a few bugs and brings improvements to the keyboard and the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Specifically, the update fixes a bug that could impact keyboard responsiveness and also fixes an issue when using Bluetooth keyboards […]

LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update Continues to Arrive for More Users

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The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update is arriving for more users in the United States this week, as well as throughout the UK, as the company continues to update its flagship smartphone to the latest version of Google’s Android operating system. The update process to Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the LG G2 has been […]

iPhone Malware Targets Apple IDs on Jailbroken Devices

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iPhones are being targeted by a new and mysterious piece of malware that iOS users have discovered. The threat is called “Unblod Baby Panda” and it’s essentially an application that runs in the background on an iOS device, with the main goal of hunting for Apple ID credentials. The threat was first discovered by a Reddit […]

HTC One, One Max & One Mini HTC Sense 6 Updates Confirmed

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Back in March the all-new HTC One M8 smartphone was announced to take on the Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6, and along with it came a newly redesigned HTC Sense 6 user interface running over Android 4.4.2 KitKat. During the unveil live on stage HTC confirmed older smartphones in the One lineup would be updated […]

How to Use Siri to Control Spotify, Nest and More

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A new tweak for the iPhone and iPad, called GoogolPlex, adds a ton of new functionality and commands to Siri, and it’s possible without the need for jailbreaking your iOS device, which is impossible to begin with if you’re iPhone or iPad is running the latest iOS 7.1 update. Normally the only way to add […]