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Chromebook keyboard layouts, tricks and tips

A Chromebook is a laptop running Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and data residing “in the cloud”. Chrome OS s...
by Dave Thornton
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Meet Your Android

Android is a free operating system that turns a phone into a small computer and, most importantly, connects it to the web. It’s made primarily by Google, though others have helped. Android is constantly updating, growing,...
by Dave Thornton
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High End Intel i7 7700K GTX 1080 Gaming PC

In todays post we’re going to be taking a look at a top end of the mid-range gaming PC. If you want to go all out, then you could add an additional graphics card or opt for a 1080ti and that will improve your performance....
by Weston
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The future of Mobile Security

In many ways mobile has been the main tech story of 2013, from the latest smartphones at CES to mobile lifestyle trends at CTIA. It’s perhaps surprising then that stats released at CTIA in May indicate that many smartphone us...
by Dave Thornton
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How to show the actual signal strength on your iPhone

This guide will show you how to see the real-world signal strength of your iPhone. Phone strengths are measured in decibels (dB) and you can see your iPhones real signal strength instead of the annoying 5 bars with just a few s...
by Ryan Oneill
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Chromebook – Looks like a laptop, feels like a laptop

Over the last couple of week or so, friends have been asking me about the Chromebook. Is it a good a buy? What is the difference from a windows pc? And plenty of other questions. Well below I’ve tried to answer most if no...
by Dave Thornton
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Run Linux Ubuntu on your Android Phone (The Easy Way)

Today I’m going to show you how to run Ubuntu on your android phone the easy. No kernel flashing, or pushing wimax drivers, or WiFi drivers will be necessary. First of all, you should have your Android device “rooted”...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Now – Removing it From Homescreen

When the Nexus 5 along with Android 4.4 KitKat launched, it also sported a new launcher. the launcher integrates Google Now directly into the home screen. On a Nexus 5 although you can still swipe up from home button, although ...
by Dave Thornton
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The Pitfalls of Rooting Your Android Phone

Dictionary – Rooting, “causing a plant or cutting to grow roots, or when an animal turns up the ground with its snout in search of food”. In this context, however, “rooting” is the process of allowing apps to...
by Dave Thornton
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