Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

Wi-Fi hotspots are incredibly common nowadays, and you don’t even have to be in the most built-up of areas to find a connectable router. But there are still those occasions where a hotspot cannot be found, or an apparently public network is closed off by means a password, and rather than leaving you to ask around for those magical characters, there’s an app that allows users to submit networks and passwords for the wider audience to utilize. Networks are plotted on a map, meaning you can move around towards nearby hotspots, and when you’re within range, password details are provided on tap.

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Google’s first Android TV device, the Nexus Player, is now available to buy at retail from somewhere other than Google’s own online store. In fact, if you’re willing to trek down to a local Best Buy, you can even walk away with one right there and then.

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Here’s how you can set up and use WhatsApp Web Client in desktop browser on your PC or Mac. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found after the jump.

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Updated: You can now download the latest version 5.1.11 of Google Play Store APK which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while.

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Here’s how you can delete unread messages on Facebook without opening them up on the Web or mobile phone. Head on after the jump for the complete guide.

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5.5-inch HTC One M9 Plus Android smartphone specs and features have been leaked along with photos. More details can be found right past the jump.

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The HTC One M8 Google Play Edition has been removed from the Play Store, leaving no non-Nexus handsets for the more discerning Android user to buy.

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Most mobile device owners are vigilant of the potentially dangerous viruses, malware and general software-based hazards that can steal data, invade privacy, and in the worst instances, cripple beloved mobile devices. But what you may not be so aware of, is the sheer amount of bacteria and bugs that can be collected every single day, and since your device is essentially glued to your hands, you may be a little shocked to learn just how much distasteful matter is willfully attaching itself to your smartphone. One rather compelling study offers a microscopic look at what lies atop the surface of your average handset’s display, and if you’re of a squeamish disposition, you might want to look away now.

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‘Project Zero’ has left the blogosphere in a spin with countless speculations and contradictions of leaked information about the device itself. In a new report, Samsung may be looking to ditch the Snapdragon 810 in favor of its home-grown Exynos chipset. Why? Read on after the jump for more details on this news.

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This ingenious smartphone case lets users expand their device’s storage without having to plug in an external thumb drive. Of course, this means that phones which lack expandable storage can now do so very easily. Head on after the jump for further details on this smartphone case.

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Here’s how you can save Facebook posts so you can access and read them later. More details on how to do so can be found right here.

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It seemed that everyone had an opinion on whether Apple should launch a large iPhone before we actually got two in the shape of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but according to newly released figures, all that hot air actually turned into cold hard market share around the globe. Most notably though, it meant that Apple could take the fight to Samsung in its own backyard.

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Popping into a Starbucks cafe serves as the perfect way to get a little caffeine hit en route to work, and as many U.S.-based coffee lovers have begun to discover, Starbucks outlets are also now providing smartphones and tablets with a customary boost via new, on-table wireless charging solutions. Having proven rather popular among customers, Starbucks’ new charging pads are hitting London, UK, with an initial fleet of ten outlets benefiting from the implementation.

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HTC One M9 has just made a quick appearance online in a pair of leaked photos. This is the first time we have gotten a glimpse of HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone, so read on after the break for more details on this subject and the leaked photos.

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Here’s how you can find IMEI of your lost Android smartphone the easy way using the Web. More details and complete step-by-step details can be found right here.

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Nobody wants to be caught short, and if you have kids then you live in constant fear that they’ll need to use the toilet when there is none to be found. You don’t know real fear until that moment of realization that your child needs to use the facilities but there are none to speak of. Terrifying doesn’t do it justice.

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You can now download PlayBox movies app for iOS and Android, which is a new Popcorn Time like alternative service for iPhone, iPad and Android. It does not require jailbreak to work. More details can be found right here.

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In another twist of information leak, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is reportedly going to feature glass panels on both the front and back, with a metal band wrapped around the device. Sounds familiar, iPhone fans? Head on after the jump for more details on this news.

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HTC One M9 Android smartphone device specs have been confirmed, and will launch alongside a brand new smartwatch from the company. More details can be found right here.

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A new iPhone 6 knockoff has surfaced in China, and even though it’s not identical to the real thing, it’s not a bad clone either.

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