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OnePlus 7 Pro Best Hidden Features – Tips And Tricks

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

If you are looking to pick the OnePlus 7 Pro up then the video below will guide you through some awesome tips and tricks as well as show you some hidden features. If you have anymore to share leave a comment below.

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OnePlus 7 Pro Gaming Benchmarks

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

There is no denying that the OnePlus 7 Pro is a beautiful looking handset. That 90 Hz fluid AMOLED panel is a mobile gamers dream. So let’s dive in and see how it performs. As you can tell from the video above the OnePlus 7 Pro is for me one of the best handsets for […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Long Term Review

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

It has now been around two months since I popped my SIM card in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus so I feel it is now time to deliver my full review. Overall I have really enjoyed my time so far with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. It does have its downfalls like battery life but […]

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Google Pixel 3a Performance Test

Posted  May 11, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

So by now I am sure you have seen that Google has just launched the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. These new mid range handsets are aimed at giving the consumer what they want an affordable price point. So we all know what I want right? Of course I want to know if the Pixel […]

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BT Complete Wi-Fi Review – Worth It?

Posted  April 18, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

Can BT’s Complete Wi-Fi Fix My Dead Spots? So just before we get into the review as always I would like to give you guys a quick disclaimer. I have not been paid to make this review on BT Complete Wi-Fi but I have been provided with the kit and service in order to test […]

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Hardware Revisited – Blackberry Curve 9320, One Year On

Do you believe in coincidences? Because it’s happened to me today. Firstly I was offered a BlackBerry Curve 9320, brand new, still-in-the-box, sealed, yes I bought it. Secondly, this time last year I did a review of the Curve...
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Google Updates Gmail for Android to v4.6 with New Card Layout; Download the .APK Right Here

Google is updating everything to their card UI these days. All of their apps seem to be getting an update to the new card layout. The design is simple and clean. We like it a lot. Today, Gmail for Android is getting updated wit...
by Jeremiah Nelson
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Shops and Cafes in the US fight patent trolls

In the UK and for that matter Europe as a whole we are lucky that our legal system is much more solid than that of our cousins in the US. At the moment the US is awash with these patent lawsuits, so much so that The Internet As...
by Dave Thornton
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Light Flow for Android updated to address Gmail crash

So yesterday we got the awesome Android Gmail update, allowing users to finally reply, delete and archive straight from the status bar. It was a welcomed update but for those that used the LED control app Light Flow it wasnR...
by Ryan Oneill
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Deezer Partners up with Clash

Looking for new tracks to add to your playlists? Deezer’s newest partners Clash have created an app within Deezer. How convenient! Well known for their trusted taste in music, you can now enjoy weekly recommendations incl...
by Dave Thornton
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Now TV introduces pay-as-you-go Sky Sports

If like me the thought of paying Sky for the Sports package every month only to watch a few games of football annoys you then we may have a solution. Now TV has came up with a compromise for people like me and introduced pay-as...
by Ryan Oneill
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Javelin Browser comes with one-handed gestures, ad blocking, built-in VPN

Right now, if you aren’t using your Android phone’s built-in Web browser, then you’re probably using Chrome, but there are a number of popular browser alternatives out there, and one of our new favourites is Javelin. ...
by Dave Thornton
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Will Samsung’s ‘Galaxy Win’ Over Mid-Tier Customers?

Samsung has dominated the market for the past few years – releasing phone after phone with some amazing specs. Now Samsung seems to be targeting the mid-tier customer with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Win; there are also ...
by Joshua LaRose
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How to root the Motorola Defy/Defy+

So I was away visiting relatives in Liverpool at the weekend when I came across my most annoying root dilemma yet. My Godsons dad has the Motorola Defy and wanted me to Root it so that it would run faster. So after trolling the...
by Ryan Oneill
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