Infamous Kim Dotcom Set to Release MEGA Soon

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Mega is said to be largest, most secure cloud storage service to date. For the geeks who aren’t aware Kim Dotcom, formerly known as Kim Schmitz, is the well-known founder of...

Dropbox vs SkyDrive vs Google Drive

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Many of us now spend our lives living on multiple devices – laptops, tablets, smartphones. Maintaining data, and maintaining consistency across the devices can be, and almost always is, a problem....

Sony Mobile is Trying To Go Premium (And Why It Won’t Work)

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According to Stephen Sneeden, Sony’s Product Marketing Communications for Xperia, Sony is interested in moving away from the low end of thesmartphone market. Unfortunately for Sony, this also means moving away from what...

Bored with Angry Birds? Give Shoot the Apple a Shot

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Angry Birds have been in the business for quite some time now. There might be some players who have become a little bored with this widely popular game and want to...

Harness the Full Potential of Android Wi-Fi with Some Useful Apps

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Wireless networks are becoming dominant to provide mobile users with ultimate experience of accessing the internet. Pre-installed widgets for Wi-Fi make the best possible efforts to entertain the Android users. However,...

Buyers Can’t Save the Vita – But Sony Can

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Sony’s PS Vita has no doubt been a commercial failure until this point. It has not done as well as Sony would have hoped, and is losing miserably to both...

iPhone Screen Protectors, Which Type is Best?

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When you buy an iPhone you’re spending a lot of money, so usually your first thought is “how am I going to look after this?”. If you've spent up to $1000 on an...

How To Play GBA Games on Android

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GBA Games are still in action. Remember those days when the Gameboy Advance was considered a fairly powerful handheld console? With a rich line-up of entertaining games, GBA was definitely Nintendo’s super-hit...

Make Your Musical Instruments Pitch Perfect with gStrings

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The way Android applications are discarding physical standalone devices is completely amazing. Android applications are call of the new age technology and this fact cannot be ignored. Released in the year...

Homeland Security Warns to Disable Java

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The US Department of Homeland Security warns its users to disable, or even, uninstall Java software due to several warnings from security experts about Java's inherent threat to security.  Java is a...