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Switching from iOS to Android: A helpful guide

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When I made the switch from iOS to Android, it was pretty easy. I was already using Google services for as much as I possibly could. It was part of the reason I decided to switch. Why use Apple products to access Google services when I could use Google products to access Google services?

So when it came time to transfer over my  [Read More...]

Leaked firmware reveals new Gmail, Calendar and Messenger apps, along with a few surprises …

The most recent Android 5.0 developer preview gave is a pretty good idea of what to expect from Lollipop when it officially launches. But not every feature from the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 can be found in the current developer build, and what’s more the updated Material Design Google apps are also MIA.

In recent days, however, a new custom  [Read More...]

Note Battery

Need to juice up that Galaxy Note? Keep an extra battery pack on hand or just replace one that’s on the fritz. This is a high-grade original equipment manufacturer unit, not a generic replacement. For just $ 11.05 (Prime eligible) you can keep that gigantic screen powered for hours to come.

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After rolling out the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4 Nook earlier this year, Samsung and Barnes & Noble have announced that they’re launching a larger variant based on the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 video walkthrough

We got a quick first look at the new Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 a couple of weeks back at the grand launch event in London. Press launches are never, ever, the best place to get to know a new device properly so we’ve got one in for review to spend some quality time with it. We’ve got the 10-inch version here, so no projector to play with, but that and the QHD display aside it’s pretty much identical to  [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.

This is where Activehours comes  [Read More...]

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.