5 Best Mac Backup Options

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Backing up all of the files on your computer is one of the most important things you should do when it comes to computer maintenance. Here are five backup options for Mac that you should take advantage of. There are different kinds of backup methods that you can use. Perhaps one of the easiest options […]

How to Fix Pebble Smartwatch Problems with Custom Firmware

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The Pebble smartwatch has been available to the public for about a year now, and it has received mixed reception thus far. It’s certainly an innovative product, but the execution leaves something to be desired for a lot of users. The Pebble simply just has a few quirks that don’t make sense at all, including […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Leak Highlights Key to Larger Display

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 features list shrunk with recent rumors, but a new series of alleged Galaxy S5 screenshots show a new killer feature for one-handed use and a new music player that ties into social media services. Samsung may increase the Galaxy S5 display size to the 5.25-inch size with a higher QHD resolution. […]

How to Uninstall or Hide Unused Android Apps

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If you are like most Android smartphone and tablet users, you probably have a few apps taking up valuable space on your device you’d rather uninstall, or apps sitting in the application tray you never use and would like to hide. This time of year many people are getting new devices, and these steps are […]

Verizon HTC One Android 4.3 Update Arrives

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Yesterday after months of silence Verizon officially confirmed they’d be updating the popular HTC One to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Over a month later than most carriers, and while some are already o Android 4.4 KitKat, the Verizon HTC One is getting the latest version of Jelly Bean. This week Verizon posted the full update […]

Verizon Galaxy Note 3 Update Rolling Out With Bug Fixes

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The Verizon version of the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is getting a software update starting today. And while it isn’t Android 4.4. KitKat, many users will be excited to see plenty of changes, but fixes, and a few new apps. The update details appeared on Verizon’s support pages this week, and we’ve received confirmation […]

AT&T LG G2 Update Arrives, Still No Android 4.4 KitKat

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This week LG G2 owners on AT&T should be on the lookout for a quick software update on their device, but sadly this won’t bring Android 4.4 KitKat to your phone. Or even Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for that matter. Instead it’s a quick bug fixing update. LG’s been slow to updates in the past, […]

Samsung Confesses TouchWiz Needs Work

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At its analyst event, Samsung revealed that the company will be turning its attention to software to be competitive moving forward. The company began its presentation talking about Samsung’s ascension in the mobile space to becoming the largest phone-maker in the world, dethroning veterans like Nokia and Motorola. To continue its growth, Samsung Electronics president […]

Google Aims to Improve Android 4.4 KitKat with FlexyCore

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This week Google bought another company, only this time it isn’t Motorola, or Waze to improve maps. Instead, Mountain View bought a French company called FlexyCore thats main focus is software optimization with Android, and Android apps. In a deal reportedly worth around $23 million, the company has already joined Google and is hard at […]

Apple Goes Big and Free With Largest iWork Overhaul in History

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Apple has announced its biggest update to its iWork productivity suite to date yet for both the iOS and OS X platforms, and the best part of all is that the update will come free. The iWork suite comprises of three applications: Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. These titles are for word processing, presentation, and spreadsheets […]

Android 4.4 KitKat Revealed in Leaked Screenshots

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With the rumored announcement and release date of Android 4.4 KitKat just hours away, which is tomorrow the 15th, we’re still getting leak after leak with more details. This morning we saw another set of Nexus 5 images, and now a full gallery of screenshots is reportedly giving us a deep look at Android 4.4 […]

Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat Detailed in Huge Leak

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With recent rumors feeling confident in claiming Android 4.4 KitKat and the new Google Nexus 5 smartphone will be announced next week on October 15th, we’re now starting to get even more tips. The Nexus 5 has leaked multiple times already, with Google doing a terrible job at keeping it a secret, and this is […]

AT&T HTC One Android 4.3 Update Rolling Out Now

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The update to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the HTC One is a hot topic lately, and yesterday we learned it would hopefully arrive for AT&T users at some point this afternoon. The end of September promise by HTC was missed by a few days but we can now confirm the update is rolling out […]

5 Reasons to Use a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

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The Guardian recently revealed that a top secret government program was collecting metadata from VerizonĀ as a way to link terrorists to each other. This collection is without oversight and does not target any particular individual. It also includes metadata of United States citizens call data. Then it was revealed that all the phone carriers in […]

HTC One Nexus Edition: Drivers Needed.

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Though the Facebook Home UI has largely been criticized and the HTC First, the first smartphone to ship with Facebook Home embedded, has been a flop, the experience working with Facebook may have given HTC a new perspective on approaching its smartphone user experience. One of the things that the HTC First did right was […]

Android 4.3 Appearance: Tease or Troll?

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Google is heavily rumored to be announcing and releasing another version of Android, Android 4.3, in the near future. And while the company hasn’t officially announced anything yet, we may have just seen our first official tease in regards to the upcoming software. At Google I/O 2013, Google was thought to be announcing a new […]

Nokia Latest to Use Smart Software to Fight Camera War

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This year, smartphone manufacturers are not only attempting to differentiate their camera offerings on hardware, but also on software and Nokia is the latest to do so with its recently announced Nokia Lumia 925 flagship, which floated by the code name of Catwalk in the past. The Nokia camera-centric high-end Windows Phone 8 device has […]

Microsoft: Pen Support for Adobe Now Available for Surface Pro Tablet

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Wacom drivers for the Surface Pro tablet running Windows 8 Pro are now available to allow the slate to support the pressure-sensitive active digitizer when used with Adobe’s software suite, including Photoshop. The move should appease early adopters and help to expand the appeal of the Surface Pro to creative and professional users who need […]

Samsung Galaxy S4 v. HTC One: Feature-by-Feature Showdown Before You Buy

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You’ve probably read extensive reviews of the competing Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One Android flagships and are still indecisive about which one to take the plunge on, and we’re here to help. Fortunately, for users looking at either top-of-the-line flagships for 2013 in the Android camp, both are great devices and it would be […]