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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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Google now multi-language support delayed until late summer

Originally supposed to roll out in the next few days Google Now multi-language support has been delayed until late summer after some last minute bugs were discovered. A Google spokesperson had this to say to CNET, “Multi-...
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Project Ara gaining momentum

Who would have envisaged that one day Google would be selling its own smartphones and tablets. Well, we’ve come a long way since 1998. Now however we are near to another milestone, in Google Project Ara, not just any kind of ...
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Galaxy Nexus factory images released, Let the modding begin

Well today has been a good day for keen modders. A lot of people don’t like to dive into the deep end especially when risking a very expensive handset but now thanks to  Jean-Baptiste Queru ( a kind Google Software Engin...
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LG joins the smart watch rumour list

So lets get this straight Samsung’s definatley doing it followed by Apple and Google who are maybe doing it and now LG are a possibilty aswell. The latest reports come from the Korea Times and they claim LG is yet another...
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Google Docs and Sheets get let loose with their own Android apps

Google has much released two new apps for Android but, opted to release both Docs and  Sheets on their own. The two apps are dedicated to viewing and editing text documents, as opposed to the Google Drive app, which shows all ...
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Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge is officially announced

Samsung has been teasing fans for some time with the Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man edition and finally they have made the announcement. The awesome Iron Man edition features the iconic red colour scheme with gold accents and even arr...
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Android Market v3.3.11 APK available for download

Well as usual you don’t have to wait for the latest version of the Android Market to hit your device you can download and install the APK now. A few noticeable changes are that you Will now have the ability to select auto...
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HTC looking to TouchPal for their Android keyboard

With Android we have been blessed with a multitude of keyboards since day one from Google’s Play Store. We also have Apple who in recent times have let third party keyboard apps on their AppStore site. Now according to Pando ...
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BeginnersTech Week In Review 28/04/13 – Nokia release a qwerty keyboard handset and we go hands on with Devolo’s LiveCam

Well another busy week is over at BeginnersTech HQ and a lot has went down in the short space of this week. Nokia decided it wanted to enter the qwerty market with the release of the Ash handset and we reviewed something a litt...
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