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Why I switched from iOS to Android.

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The Big Question The old argument is old. Which operating system, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android, reigns supreme? Though both have their pros and cons, I have personally made the switch from iOS to Android on my phone, and I am here to share my first impressions and why I switched. Customization The original reason for myself switching was the ...

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The Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update is rolling out to Galaxy Tab S

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Although Android 5.0.2 Lollipop is not the most recent installment of Google’s new mobile operating system, it is the update that is currently being sent out by Samsung to one of its most popular devices: the Galaxy Tab S 8.4. The Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update went live early this morning to the delight of many tablet enthusiasts out there. Even ...

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Samsung Gear Circle coming this Spring

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It’s official folks, Samsung is jumping on the round band wagon this year with a new Gear smart watch. The new Samsung Gear smart watch will be a circle and it will be either called the Orbis (which is really catchy, although there might be some copyright issues there) which is its current codename or the Samsung Gear A, after ...

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Is Virtual Reality a Threat?

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Technology is rapidly advancing.  In the last 15 years, we have seen gaming evolve from 3-D animations to life-like environments.  It’s breath-taking if you think about it.  We possess the capacity to upgrade our various forms of entertainment, but will it be our downfall? Virtual reality is becoming the new trend in gaming.  How does it work?  Gamers would wear ...

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Is Microsoft taking over Android in the future?

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No, Microsoft is not taking over Android right now, but it’s pushing to make its presence felt in the mobile operating system. That’s because while Windows for Phones is not yet as popular as iOS or Android, far from it actually, Microsoft services like OneDrive, OneNote, the Microsoft Office package and other offerings are still the most popular office apps ...

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