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5 Tips on Designing Your Mobile Website

Mobile Sites
It is time that every website goes mobile-friendly, since not all of us may have a computer at home but for sure have a smartphone.  I've seen some websites that have slowly developed their mobile sites, and although they still need some tweaking, the possibility of navigating their site on the palm of your hand is a reality.  Check out these few tips on designing your mobile website: 1. Keep it clean and simple. A lot of websites have chosen to go minimalistic as part of their br.... read more

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. Galaxy S6 Edge+

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (left) and its pen-less twin, the Galaxy S6 edge+
Drum roll please! Yes, the new Samsung 6 Edge+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 have finally arrived, Samsung has outdone themselves this time. Now the question you're asking yourself is which one should I go for? The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ are almost the same device ... almost. Let's go through their many similarities and their main differences. Now the two handsets have an almost identical footprint, but the Note 5 is 10 percent thicker than the edge+. The Note 5 has the hight of 1.... read more

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The Great Smartphone Debate

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It could be the most heated debated rivalry of the century. It's a question that has caused passionate arguments across the world: Which is better, iOS or Android? You could walk into a room full of people and ask each one which is their favorite smartphone operating system, and the odds are pretty good that most would have a preference. Some would even be able to explain why one is better, despite having never really used the other. it's interesting that it appears that smartphone users a.... read more

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Extending Your Android Phone's Battery Life

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Take a look at this screenshot of the home screen on my Nexus 5 smartphone. Do you notice anything unusual? Besides the fact that I use Mail.com instead of Yahoo Mail or Gmail, what is different about my smartphone is the fact that my LTE connection is turned off. I do this intentionally to preserve battery life. I have found that leaving my internet connection on all the time burns through my battery life must faster compared to leaving it off by default and only turning it on when I ne.... read more

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Tablet Purchasing Tips

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I, like millions of consumers around the globe, plan on purchasing a tablet computer in the next few months. This will actually be my second attempt at purchasing a tablet. About a year ago, I purchased a 7" generic tablet from Amazon. I figured that all tablets were pretty much the same and that I didn't need to spend more than a hundred dollars in order to get a decent functioning tablet. How wrong I was! I soon learned that a tablet is not one of those items that you should skimp on. The dev.... read more

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The King of Android File Managers

OI File Manager
If you're a consumer, the odds are high that at some point in your life you have experienced the excitement of opening a box containing a brand new smartphone and marveling over its beauty, speed, and capabilities. For most people, half of the apps that come with the phone are unusable, so they go straight to their app store of choice to download some alternatives. Of all of the apps on an Android device, the file manager is considered by many to be the most sensitive. People expect their file .... read more

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Android Apps Coming To A Computer Near You

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Every once in a while, a programmer makes the news for creating something extraordinary. He or she creates something that pushes the boundaries of what code was believed to be capable of. Today, that award goes to a developer by the alias of "Vladikoff". In order to understand what he built, you first need to think about the way Android apps currently work. If you want to run an Android app, what would you use to run the app? For most people the answer is obvious: any device that runs the Andro.... read more

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Accessing Developer Options on New Android Devices

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One year ago, I purchased a Nexus 5 and I've loved the device dearly since then. The phone runs smoothly and the battery life is stellar. Yesterday, I wanted to transfer some files from my phone to my laptop, running Linux, but I had a little difficulty doing it. As I did research online, I discovered that I needed to activate "USB debugging" in order for my files to successfully transfer. I remembered from my previous Android phone that this setting was located within "Developer Options", so I .... read more

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