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4 Ways To Keep Your Smartphone’s Battery Juiced Up

What was life before Smartphones? Convenient little things that give you directions to your nearest watering hole, the time that movie you’ve wanted to see starts and everything else in between, all with a little swipe. And then they die! You realise you forget to charge your little precious. Avoid this nightmare by following our simple rules to maintaining your battery’s health: Most of the modern Smartphones come equipped with lithium-ion batteries, which means forget everything...

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Apple OS X Will Soon Look Very Different

iOS 8 may not be the big draw card many think it will be. Rumours abound that the new star of Apple’s annual developer conference may be the next version of OS X. According to reports, the next version of OS X may be the showpiece of the conference. For a few years preceding, the WWDC has been used to announce iPhone launches, with Mac taking a back seat. In fact, the last time the OS...

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Apple rolls out new, cheaper MacBook Airs

Apple has launched new a cheaper line of MacBook Airs. Refreshed and more powerful, they are coming in a notch cheaper. The new version of computer contains fourth-generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. According to Apple, the new processors work with its OS X Maverick operating system to provide 12 hours of battery life on the 13-inch models and 9 hours on the 11-inch MacBook Airs. The 11-inch Air, with 128GB of storage, now...

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Samsung adds Swarovski bling and bedazzle to its Galaxy S5

Galaxy S5 users can now snap up crystal-encrusted phone covers in various colours, such as black or a mixture of blue and white. Samsung recently released the “Swarovski for Samsung” accessory collection on its online story. The collection is specifically geared toward Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Smartphone and its Gear Fit computer-enabled watch. With technology and fashion so deeply intertwined, Samsung is more dedicated than ever to supporting self-expression through technological innovation and meaningful partnerships. The Gear Fit can be dressed up...

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Sick of Double-Clicking Icons? Here’s How to Turn on Single-Click in Windows

A Windows File Explorer window has the Back button; it has an address bar, and if you enjoy the PC-as-browser effect, very much like Internet Explorer, the Web Browser. If you want your file explorer window to function like I.E. then you can set up your PC so that all you need is just one click, to open an icon. Set this up for yourself in these easy steps: In any File Explorer window, click on...

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Six Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in iMessage

An instant messaging service, iMessage is a way for you to send text messages over both the standard cellular SMS network, and the data network. Functional on WiFi and data, it is a good alternative to standard charged text messaging. Let’s have a look at some of the messaging service’s features. When communicating via iMessage remember that iMessages are blue, and regular SMS messages are green. You may be sending “read receipts” to anyone you’re communicating...

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How to Download Any YouTube Video in Seconds

We all watch Youtube videos. The service has revolutionised the internet and the watching of videos. Youtube has changed the lives of millions, making others stars and providing a launch pad for their careers, while providing entertainment to the rest. There are a number of free apps and services that lets users download their favourite videos, easily. SaveFrom.net is one such service. It saves files from the internet. Simply copy the URL for the YouTube video...

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Welcome to the Internet of Silly Things

You can find a lot of stuff on the Internet. Some useful, others, you wonder, why? We look at a few silly internet inventions; First up is the Nimbus, your personal, 4-dial dashboard that let’s you track what’s important to you. Personalize each gauge using your mobile device to keep an array of info up-to-date and available at a glance; get traffic updates, weather, social media networks, and more, at a glance. It’s also an alarm...

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Adobe Voice lets amateurs make videos like a pro

Adobe’s new iPad app, Voice makes video sharing easier and faster. Voice guides you through the often time-consuming experience of creating your own videos, from the conception stage, right through to the finished product; the app makes it easy and possible to create some professional looking videos without the need of possessing special skills or taking up a lot of time. To begin your video, you will need a topic and story type. Once done, the...

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Sunglasses put a photo filter on the real world

Introducing Tens, the sunglasses defined by the idea of filtering your world through a custom, sense heightening lens tint, that bathes your world in Polaroid-like warmth. According to the Edinburgh-based creator, Tens is defined by the idea of filtering the things you see through the custom, sense-heightening lens tint. Unlike typical sunglasses, Tens works with the warmth of the sun to lend an uplifting tint to the world you see. Typical sunglasses, on the other hand,...