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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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How to: Managing picture files on a Windows Phone

So you got a Windows Phone for Christmas and have been taking loads of pictures which unless you have a microSD card, if not we strongly advise you get one (and configured it to store the pictures) they’re all being stored on...
by Dave Thornton
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Android Wear – Checking the Battery Usage

So you opened up a nice Smartwatch for Christmas. Charged it up and, now looking for different watchfaces etc to try. If after a couple of days you find the battery on your smartwatch is running out more quickly than you think ...
by Dave Thornton
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Google allows you to see every device logged into your account

When it come to keeping track of all your devices whether smartphone, tablet or laptop, on your Google account. It has become easier to check if they are yours or one that you do not recognise with Google’s Device and Activit...
by Dave Thornton
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Stop notification spam on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 8.1- [How to]

Most of us know the feeling, you install the latest trending app or game, play around with it for a few minutes, then close it and attend to more important things in life. Next time you reach for your smartphone or tablet, your...
by Dave Thornton
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Quick How to – Display battery percentage in Android 4.4 KitKat

Don’t you sometimes wish you could see exactly how much percentage of your battery juice is left on your Android smartphone? If your phone is rooted you can do this very easily. Now you can get apps quite readily on Google pl...
by Dave Thornton
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Infographic – Top Ten dangerous things we do with our smartphones

So what are the top ten most dangerous things we are doing with our smartphones? Infographic – put together by US insurance firm Protect Your Bubble reveals the answer. We are not going to go through all the points one-by...
by Dave Thornton
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2014 Beginner Series: How to change how quickly your phone locks on Android

So nowadays most people use Androids built in security, either a pin, pattern or password unlock. This is great and we encourage all our readers to keep their personal data safe but sometimes it can be annoying when the phone r...
by Ryan Oneill
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2014 Beginner Series: How to add a bookmark to your home screen

So it’s 2014 and we have decided it is time to get to basics and bring you more beginner friendly guides and tutorials. So to start off here are some simple steps that will allow you to add your favourite websites bookmar...
by Ryan Oneill
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