Google wants to give you 2GB of Drive storage and keep you safer

Google Drive Security Checkup

On February 10th, Google made a post on its Drive blog about online safety in relation to Safer Internet Day. It hopes that users of the service will take a couple of minutes to complete their Security Checkup. If you do this before February 17th, you’ll receive 2GB of additional data in ...

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Security Pal: Antivirus and cleaner keeps your phone running smoothly

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Security is a regular concern among smartphone users (though should it be?). There are many apps that provide antivirus services, but Security Pal hopes to provide a unique experience. They say: “Security Pal is an Antivirus application made for Android. With very efficient antivirus ...

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Accessory of the Day: Best rated stylus on Amazon, $6.99

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You can get your hands on the top-selling and highest-rated stylus on Amazon for just $6.99 and guarantee shipping before Christmas with free Prime delivery. This is a lightning deal and will end today or once the quantity limit has been reached, so act quickly! Join Prime and get this deal ...

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Android 5.0.1 begins worldwide rollout for Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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For those who keep track, you’ll know that rollouts usually begin in Poland – who knows why – so it’s of no surprise that the Android 5.0.1 rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 has just been delivered to Poland. This sparks the impending rollout of Android 5.0.1 Lollipop to the ...

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Sony balls on a budget with the Xperia E4

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This week Sony announced the Xperia E4, a move that should finally solidify their entry into the low end mobile device market. The E4 will be a more financially feasible handset for the Android users looking for a phone to fit their budget. Look for the device to feature a qHD screen measuring ...

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Google I/O 2015 scheduled for May 28-29 in San Francisco

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The biggest Google event of the year just got scheduled for May 28th and 29th, 2015, and is being held at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Registration for Google I/O 2015 is scheduled to kick off on March 17th at 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET. Google says that I/O 2015 will be “two days of... ...

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Blinkist: Insight and self-improvement in a nice mobile package

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In today’s day and age, life moves at a very fast pace. There isn’t much time for self-improvement and learning, because we need to get to our next engagement. Blinkist looks to help you squeeze in time for you, by taking non-fiction books and squeezing the information into ...

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Xposed Framework for Android 5.0 Lollipop coming very soon

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For those holding onto KitKat to make use of the Xposed Framework and avoiding upgrading to Lollipop will be pleased to learn that the developer has indicated it should be ready very soon. Over in the XDA thread, the developer has managed to get Xposed running on a Nexus 5 with Android ...

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3D Robotics announces Android flight control app

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It’s amazing how just a few years ago Android was but a gleam in the eye of Google.  Today Android can be found in everything from our smartphones to automobiles.  There seems to be no end to the uses for Android.  A great example of this is 3D Robotics new Tower flight control app ...

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Google is testing Hangouts-based customer service

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Google plans to use the Hangouts infrastructure as a means of customer service. Its purpose is to provide a live video chat service for potential buyers of Google products, including smartphones, tablets, and Chromebooks (but not Nest devices) who can talk to Google Device Experts before ...

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5 awesome camera apps for the Nexus 6

5 Camera Apps for Nexus 6

Today, many people only own one camera and they always keep it in their pocket. It is their smartphone. This has caused phone manufacturers to constantly improve the cameras and camera software on their phones with each new generation, and developers focus on making camera apps that improve ...

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Accessory of the Day: 6ft MicroUSB cable $4.79

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Always a good thing to have on hand, this MicroUSB cable from AmazonBasics has thousands of 5-star reviews. This is a perfect combo with a wall or car charger or to just keep on hand for file transferring. Supporting 480Mbps transfer speed, these cables are a wonderful deal at only $4.79 (Prime ...

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LG gives away free Google Cardboards to make virtual reality mainstream

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In a bid to integrate virtual reality (VR) to day to day life, LG is giving away Google Cardboards for free with the G3. Google Cardboard can be paired with LG G3 to play various VR games and VR-compatible apps that can be downloaded from Google Play. “While still in its infancy, this is ...

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Monday Makeover: An extensive look at Nova Launcher

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There is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have started the weekly series “Monday Makeover.” Each week we will take one of these customization apps and talk about setting it up, ...

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OnePlus announces open sales for every Tuesday

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The OnePlus has been up for sale for just over half a year now, but it is still a hard phone to get. The main way to purchase a OnePlus One has always been through its highly criticized invite system, but with more and more invites going out monthly, it has become easier. Today, OnePlus ...

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