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Steve Freeman

Tech enthusiast and RPG gamer, I've been surrounded by technology and PC hardware my entire life. I'm fascinated by anything mobile, and when I'm not tinkering with some newly released gadget, I love to immerse myself in the epic tales of Role Playing Games.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 getting Android 4.4.2 on Sprint

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Owner of the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 tablet may celebrate today as their device is getting the Android 4.4.2 treatment. Sprint offered the device for a cheap price and even free, so there must be a plenty of devices to get the update today. This update is the first major one to hit the Samsung ...

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5 Great Google Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome

Many people use Google Chrome as their primary web-browser on their PCs, tablets and phones nowadays and not surprisingly so. It’s a great, fast and feature-packed cross-platform browser that’s accessible to everyone. Google Chrome also provides numerous apps and extensions to make your browning experience even more enjoyable, but choosing the ones you need might be difficult. Many people never ...

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Some cool Android Apps you should have!


We bring you some cool Android apps that we think you should have. You can find plenty of app on the app-store that promise much but don’t really deliver after you download them. These android apps however, really work and will provide you with lots of fun and useful features. Everypost If you’re a heavy social media user and like ...

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Google’s Nearby Feature to be introduced soon


According Android Police, Google is planning to introduce its Nearby feature with the new Play Services update. It will apparently, enable you to interact with people, places and things near you. Here’s the official description of the feature from a leaked screen acquired by Android Police: “Nearby lets you connect, share, and do more with people, places, and things near ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Android 4.4.2 rollout resumed for AT&T

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Samsung and AT&T resumed rolling out the Android 4.4.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active after putting it on hold in April. Back then, the official explanation from AT&T and Samsung was “looking into potential improvements”. Now it seems that the issue got resolved as the Android 4.4.2 update is available again for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. The ...

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46 New apps for Xbox One – HBO go and Twitter included!

Xbox One

46 new apps have been announced for the Xbox One. Twitter and HBO Go are probably the most anticipated ones, but apps from Comedy Central, Crunchyroll, Major League Gaming and others will also make an appearance. “Twitter experience on Xbox One will be integrated into the TV listings section of OneGuide where you will be able to see the shows ...

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5 Best Games For BlackBerry OS – Time to Play!

Angry Birds Star Wars

The BlackBerry OS has come a long way in recent years. The new 10.3 version of the OS is highly anticipated as it’s rumored to bring a lot of enhancements to the software. As leaks and rumors pile up about its release date, we turn our gaze to something more fun: games. We all like to play games, either on our ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is getting Android 4.4.2 in the US

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung is finally releasing the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8in the US. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is basically a Note 2 with an 8-inch screen. It’s still a great device and many people still enjoy using it. With the new update, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should get a new life. It came out in April ...

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OPPO Find 7a vs. OnePlus One – High-end for low price

OnePlus One vs OPPO Find 7a

Probably two of the best phones provided by the Chinese market right now (and almost the same company), both the One and the Find 7a are top of the line, high quality pieces of tech with a very attractive price-tag. OnePlus, as the company addmited, is owned by OPPO , but the company clarified that OnePlus is an independently run company and does not ...

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