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Localphone – Cheap International Calls & Texts – $5 Free Credit – Voucher Code LPCDEL14

A Couple of month ago, I was looking for a solution to reduce my international calls and came across a company called Localphone. I had been using SkypeOut and Google Voice which were already really cheap but Localphone to my surprise managed to go even lower and really beats their prices hands down!

Localphone is also offering discounts on a regular basis and  [Read More...]

Google steps up web security with USB Security Key

Google is stepping up security for its services on the web, adding a new physical key method of verifying your identity with the Security Key. Security Key is a USB drive that allows you to verify your login in Google services like Gmail or Google Drive as you would with standard 2-step verification, but without the need to enter a code.

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Activehours: A new way to get paid faster


For years and years, we as people have kept to the tradition of how we get paid; work, work some more, work again, and keep working until payday rolls around and we can actually enjoy the rewards of putting in our time. It can be hard to wait so long until you actually receive the money you deserve every day.

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Sony simply cannot catch a break. After announcing a $ 2.1 billion loss and a move to restructure its mobile division last quarter, it now looks like the brand will lower its smartphone sales targets for the financial year.

Huawei has launched a new landing page for the Honor 6, which will soon be launching in Europe. As well as a new countdown clock and some details about the octa-core sporting device, the company will be giving away 50 smartphones to those who register with their email address, putting the marketing in the hands of eager consumers.

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Looks like Google+ is suffering from an outage that is affecting users from all over the world. There’s no official word from Google, but we’ll let you know when the services resume. For now, we’re looking at a 500 error.

Fun fact: Android Central (along with CrackBerry) is one of two Mobile Nations sites that still has its original name. It’s also one of the two sites that I’ve properly worked for. The other, of course, is our all-things-Microsoft site — formerly WMExperts and WPCentral — which today has been reborn as Windows Central.

All the Windows (Phone) news you’ve come to know and love, with an extra helping of tablets and laptops and the like. Go give  [Read More...]

Looks like Oppo is still all about the teasers. On its Facebook page today, the company gave us a new look at the optics on the Oppo N3. The teaser reads “Precision Optics,” and features a blown-out view of the N3′s camera and sensors.

This weekend I’m participating in Extra Life, a fundraiser by avid gamers to raise money for local children’s hospitals. It’s a bit of a marathon, whereby participants play games (board games, video games – whatever you’re into) for 24 hours straight. Last time I did this, I hauled my PC gaming rig to our group’s headquarters for the event, but this year I’m traveling light and playing mobile games exclusively. We’ve partnered up with Gameloft and  [Read More...]

Earth View from Google Maps for Chrome

The Chrome browser is an ever-changing window into the internet, but the browser itself can look kind of… well… bland, sometimes. Lots of white. Well, Google seems to have noticed, or at least the Google Maps team has, and they released an extension to help mix it up a little.

Enter Earth View from Google Maps.

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Verizon owners of the HTC One M8 will be getting a new firmware update for their phones as early as tomorrow. HTC’s Mo Versi had let followers know on Twitter that the Eye Experience software update is getting technical approval and could launch as soon as tomorrow at noon. The software brings some of the camera features that debuted on the HTC Desire Eye.

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