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Top Ten Android Apps of 2017

Apps are essential for all Android tablets and smartphones and the fact that we have so many to choose from doesn’t make things easier. Our top ten Android apps of 2017 list aims to help you out in presenting essential apps that you will certainly find useful. You can’t take full advantage of your Android device without nifty apps, so ...

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Pirate Bay apps removed from the Google Play Store

Pirate Bay apps have now officially been stigmatized by Google and a large chunk of them has been removed from the Google Play Store. Ever since Pirate Bay started receiving copyright infringement notices and its founders were being jailed, the outrage against the supposed pirates behind Pirate Bay apps has been intensifying. While there are many people out there advocating ...

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Nexus 5 battery drain problems and what causes them

The Nexus 5 is one of the best smartphones you can get right now, as long as you don’t want or need the most recent hardware under the hood. Even after a year since it was released, the Nexus 5 is still the go-to phone of many smartphone enthusiasts, mostly because it runs on stock Android and you get timely ...

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New AT&T Service Offers Low Flat Fee For International Use

Cell phones and other mobile devices are a key part of almost everyone’s lives, with usage and features increasing each year. Many people feel naked without their phone, and having the device available for anything from looking up information to serious emergencies is a big priority. For international travelers, using cellular data outside of the country often comes with enormous ...

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LG’s New G6 Smartphone Arrives Next Month

Next month in Barcelona, the Mobile World Congress event will be held. Samsung is usually the big contender at the event, but it looks like the star of the show this time around might be fellow Korean company LG. The LG G6 will be revealed February 26th and features a minimal bezel and a 5.7 inch display. The LG G6 ...

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New App Socratic Shows You How to Do Your Homework

Scanners on phones have come a long way. From shortcuts to sites with QR codes to scanning food bar codes for nutrition information, the camera on our phone is incredibly powerful and allows apps to process information. Homework Help App Socratic took it a step further, and lets you take pictures of a problem that’s stumping you for help working ...

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Google Fails to Keep Up With Demand for Pixel and Pixel XL

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL are terrific smartphones that compete with the high-end offerings from the likes of Samsung and Apple. They offer an incredible luxury device to Android fans that lack the performance issues that sometimes plague similar offerings from Samsung. The company is struggling, however, to ship their smartphones out in a timely manner. Without resorting to ...

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Vine Shuts Down Today. Export Your Vines Before It’s Too Late!

Twitter’s looping video and social network app Vine was slated for a shutdown back in October, but it looks like the company’s pulling the plug for good starting today. The Vine app was originally going to be pulled from the app store, but Twitter later announced it would be replaced with a lighter app called Vine Camera. In order to ...

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