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Learn how to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy S4

4 tips to make you a Safari Savant in iOS 8

I’ve never been on a Safari but every time I see Lions, Elephants and Giraffe’s I wonder what it would be like to see them freely roaming the Serengeti outside the confines of a zoo. I may never make it to the

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How I shared an “unsharable” link from my Android

It was one of those things that I thought would be easy!

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6 tips to maximize battery life on your iOS 8 iPhone

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So the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus has been here for a while and lots of rapacious people have already scooped up the phone. One of the main selling points for the iPhone 6 was better battery life. For

Posted in Apple, Hardware, Smartphones, Smartphones Tagged with:

How to make sure QR codes are safe before you scan

I’m seeing QR codes are everywhere these days. You know what I’m talking about right?  Those little bar code squares are popping up on buses, billboards and business cards.  You also might find them on train tickets,  job advertisements and magazines. Interestingly,

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Staying connected with Pushbullet for Android

When you’re relaxing at home or answering calls at work, is your smartphone chillin’ in your pocket or charging on your desk? When I’m sitting at my desk, my phone is usually sipping electrons via the USB cable but after returning

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