How to Star Favorite Contacts on the Galaxy S5

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If you’re one of those social butterflies that has a lot of contacts, or just would like to make certain people more accessible on the Galaxy S5, you’ll need to star or “favorite” certain contacts. When you have tons of contacts like me scrolling through the huge list of people saved to your phone can […]

Google Turns Contacts into Relationships, Lets you “Call Mom”

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Voice controls and search on mobile devices is nothing new, but Google Search has continued to improve with each and every update, that it is now becoming one of the most powerful and useful features of Android. As if Google didn’t automate enough things or know plenty about us already, the newest Google Search update […]

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 […]

How to Add Multiple Numbers to a Single Contact in iOS 7

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You probably have tons of contacts, and each of those contacts most likely have multiple phone numbers and email addresses (like their home phone number and their work number). Everyone has their own system on managing this kind of chaos, but iOS 7 makes it really simple and organized, and it’s really easy to add […]

Google Enables Better Contacts Sync With iPhone, Macs

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Users who currently use Apple’s iOS mobile platform or the desktop OS X platform for Mac hardware can now get better calendar and contact sync through Google. Google has announced via its support page and Gmail blog that it is now rolling out support for CardDAV to make it simple for users to keep their […]

BlackBerry 10 Contacts App to Aggregate Info From the Social Network

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It looks like Research in Motion will be taking a page out of Windows Phone’s and Android’s playbook as far as the Canadian smartphone manufacturer’s BlackBerry 10 contacts app goes. The new contacts app in BlackBerry 10–new devices based on this next-generation mobile platform based on the QNX core are expected to arrive sometime in […]

How to Get Rid of Duplicate Contacts on the iPhone

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After setting up the iPhone for the first time or adding a new account, you may find duplicate contacts in the iPhone contacts app. This happens a lot of the time when users add a personal account and an work account and add choose to sync contacts from both accounts. It is also common to […]

Top 11 iOS 6 Features We Want on the iPhone 5

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The iPhone 5 can’t get here soon enough, but the software that powers the new iPhone is just as important as the hardware itself, and we can expect a look at it in just a few months. iOS 6, the next version of the software that will come to the iPhone 4S and the new iPad, […]

Apple Will Force iPhone Apps to Ask Permission to Use Your Contacts

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After Path was caught uploading users’ contacts to its servers, Apple was quiet. Later we found out that other apps like Twitter, Foursquare, and Instagram were doing the same thing. Apple still said nothing. It wasn’t until today, just a few minutes after Congress sent an inquiry to Apple CEO Tim Cook that the company […]

How to Sync Email, Contacts and Calendar with iCloud

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The new iCloud replaces MobileMe, Apple’s previous tool for syncing personal information data like email, contacts and calendars. While I would recommend using something more feature-rich like Google Apps, which has all three and adds Google Docs and much more, you still might want to use the new iCloud feature to have a second copy […]

RIM Preparing for Major BlackBerry PlayBook OS Update?

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Leaked images of a BlackBerry PlayBook running the BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.0 are now beginning to emerge from Sun Yat-sen University. The update to version 2.0 brings with it many long-awaited features to RIM’s debut tablet, which launched without many apps and the most important omission is a suite of PIM apps, which the tablet-maker had […]

Facebook Isn’t Sharing Your Phone Numbers With The World

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Hold on Facebook Friends. There is a rumor going around that claims Facebook is sharing your contact list with the world, but it isn’t true. Facebook isn’t known for having the best privacy and security practices in the business, which is why many users believed that Facebook had shared their contacts with anyone on Facebook. […]

iCloud’s Web Interface Now in Beta, Storage Pricing Detailed

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With the flood of iPhone 5 rumors we get clobbered with every week, it’s refreshing to get some solid news about another exciting Apple launch that is approaching. Developers (and non-devs who have registered for an iCloud account) can now access Apple’s web portal for the upcoming iCloud (as reported by 9to5Mac) at iCloud.com. Any fears that […]

Apple’s New iCloud Service Will be Almost Free

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Apple announced their new iCloud service at WWDC 2011 confirming the rumors that have swirled for months that a cloud storage and syncing feature will become a free part of Apple’s device ecosystem. iCloud is free unless you want access to a new part of the music portion of the cloud version of iTunes. The […]