Video Boost by Opera: A no-brainer for heavy video watchers

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How often is it you watch videos on internet? Well, I like to waste my time watching life hacks particularly on YouTube and that too on a spree basis. Apart from me, everyone casually watches videos be it on YouTube, a movie or maybe their favourite TV show. Most of you enjoy the content on... ...

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Accessory of the Day: Replacement/extra battery for Samsung Galaxy S4 $11.99

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Whether yours is on the fritz or you just like to keep a spare tucked in your weekend bag, buying a low-quality battery can damage your phone or much worse. This Anker 2600mAh Li-ion battery has undergone rigorous quality control testing and is comprised of Grade A cells to ensure peak ...

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DJI Inspire 1 Removes the Legs from Your Drone Shots

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Anyone that has tried to strap a camera to a drone for some sweet aerial video goodness has run into a similar issue: drone hardware makes for bad filming angles. The engineers at DJI have tried to solve this issue with their DJI Inspire 1 model. What sets this drone apart from the others in... ...

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Photo Editor by Aviary gets revamped by Adobe – $200 FREE Limited supplies

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You already know about Adobe’s Creative tools and the diverse applications they provide now even for Mobile. Considering the mobilisation of many industries previously, the Creatives are yet to get fully-functioning apps for their mobile platforms which are just as powerful as their PC ...

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Noom Coach Integrates with Google Fit

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Since 2012, Noom Coach has been the #1 grossing health and fitness app available on Google Play. This app allows users to track their workouts and diet all in one place. Recently the developers at Noom, Inc. have updated their app with Google Fit integration. This is a huge gain for Noom Coach ...

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Huawei TalkBand B1 comes to the U.S.

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You probably have heard about Huawei TalkBand B1 that was announced in MWC 2014. Yeah, it’s a great piece of hardware and innovation. Who could have thought you can wear the same thing on your ear as you do on your wrist. Indeed, an out-of-the-box yet successful thought. Chinese brands as ...

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Could Scout be the solution to “Generation Tardy”?

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Telenav, developers of the app Scout that aims to streamline event creation by making it easier to manage and keep in contact with your invitees, have recently unveiled the results of a recent consumer survey targeted towards revealing the “common pain points of get-togethers” that ...

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Amazon offering ‘lightning’ deal selling the Nexus 9 for $50 off!

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The Nexus 9, Google’s high-end tablet of 2014 is now available on Amazon to purchase for just $349.99 ($50 off the normal price of $399.99). The offer is only available to customers in the United States and on the 16 GB indigo black.  The link to the sale page can be viewed here. Via: ...

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Chainfire releases CF-Auto-Roots for all Nexus devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop

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The all-new Android operating system, 5.0 Lollipop, was officially released on November 3rd and it has already been rooted. While rooting has been available for Nexus devices running Lollipop ever since the developer preview, it hasn’t been easy… until now. XDA Senior Recognized ...

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WhatsApp read alerts can be disabled

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There was a recent explosion about people complaining that WhatsApp was sending read to the sender after a message had been viewed by the receiver. Panic broke out as people worried about getting in trouble for not replying to a message after reading it. Fear for the dreaded “You are ...

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Google removes silent mode from phones with Lollipop

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Android 5.0 Lollipop brings a lot of new features and a whole new look with the material design makeover, but it seems that the update also removes the ability to put the phone on silent. Previously in KitKat, lowering the volume all the way down moved the phone into vibrate mode then into ...

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10 of the hottest new Android apps this week (November 15)

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Welcome back to the regular series aimed at helping Android users get more from their devices. If you’re looking for some new Android apps or games check out we have a handful of popular new titles to get you started. What you’ll find below are some of the hottest trending apps of the last ...

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Home Monitoring Camera – SpotCam goes Android!

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If you are a rich guy/gal, and store millions of bucks in your home (Which is probably not the right thing to do), then you obviously should be concerned about your security. The same goes for anyone who has kids to watch over while he/she is away. Or, maybe you just want to watch-out for a ...

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Nexus 4 factory image for Android 5.0 Lollipop released

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A few days ago, the majority of the Nexus line-up received Android 5.0 Lollipop, whether it was through OTA updates or through manually installing the factory image. However, one device was missing. The Nexus 4 wasn’t on the initial Lollipop roll-out, but rest assured, it is here. Today ...

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Sprint Buyer’s Guide for Android (November 2014)

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Sprint? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models to ...

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