Keep your device running smooth and fast with Power Clean [Android App Review]

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Is your device running slow? Or perhaps it’s getting clogged up and you’re running low on storage? Then look no further because Power Clean by LIONMOBI contains all the utilities you need in one app to get your device feeling brand new again. Featuring a memory boost feature, ...

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VPN featured found hidden in Android 5.1


Pocketables‘ John Frent discovered a new system application called “Google Connectivity Services” when he looked around Android 5.1 on his Google Nexus 6. The app appears to be a VPN service that is in the works. To find it, go to Settings > Apps > All and scroll down to ...

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LG G4 rumored to have a 5.6 inch screen


Samsung and HTC recently announced their latest flagships devices, the Galaxy S6 and M9 respectively, and LG is mustering its forces to do the same later this year. Until that time though, we are forced to go by the small leaks and rumors that circulate around the internet. One of those small ...

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Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth Keyboard review


Today we are taking a look at the Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard. As you may recall, we reviewed the BK1003E a few weeks back and now we are moving onto the keyboards younger sibling, the BK1002E. As with all of Inatecks products, the BK1002E demonstrates that quality does not have to be ...

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Reuters: Microsoft readying Cortana for Android


As well as bundling their virtual assistant Cortana into Windows 10, the latest report is that it will also be offered as a standalone app for iOS and Android. Eric Horvitz, managing director of Microsoft Research, said: “This kind of technology, which can read and understand email, will ...

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Android 5.1 update brings full quad-core optimisation for Nexus 6


Renowned Kernel developer Francisco Franco has shared on his Google+ page that after the Android 5.1 update the Nexus 6 is now running on all four cores engaged constantly. The result? No more stutter or lagging on the Nexus 6 thanks to what Franco describes below: 1 – thread moves from ...

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The best Apps for your Rooted Android device

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So you managed to root your Android device? Good going! Now what? We’ve compiled the best Apps for your newly rooted Android device to get you started. Titanium Backup The first App I always install on my newly rooted device to recover from any failures or to easily restore my Apps and ...

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Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh Battery review


Design Anker® 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh The Astro3 does not stray from the traditional look of modern external batteries, as Anker decided to keep with the conventional square frame. Made from a matte black silicon material, the Astro3 feels great to the touch and is able to fit in discretely in ...

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HTC One E9 specs and images surface


Whilst the HTC One M9 was only just released, it doesn’t mean HTC have sat back and relaxed. According to a new leak, a handset called the HTC One E9 is in the works which gives a flatter design. With a 5.5-inch display, which reportedly may be Quad-HD, the E9 is said to be powered... Read More

Multi-window support could soon be coming to Android


One of the best features that has been on the Samsung Galaxy Note series for a while is the ability to put apps into a window, allowing you to view multiple apps at once. This is otherwise known as “multi-window” support. It seems with the latest code commit of AOSP after the ...

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Android 5.1 Officially Announced!

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Since the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, many have complained about a lot of bugs, the biggest being poor RAM management. A few months ago, AndroidPIT had reported on a list of changes that would be coming to Android 5.1. There was also a lot of evidence that the new version of Lollipop was ...

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Anker Aluminum Portable Bluetooth Speaker review

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Anker’s take on portable Bluetooth speakers is one of luxury and affordability. While this is a combination that few attempt and still fewer accomplish, Anker shows that fortune really does favor the bold. Premium Shell The aluminum shell of Anker’s Aluminum speaker is one of its top ...

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Could the Samsung Galaxy S6 have a major hardware fault before it’s even launched?


Samsung have chosen to completely refine their design and move away from the previously criticised ‘cheap’ looking handsets to a more premium build. However, the move to a completely new frame and bezel setup may have resulted in the Galaxy S6 developing a quote significant hardware ...

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What We’re Rockin': Our home screen setups for Android


  The power of Android allows the user to do just about anything with their home screens, and that’s not an exaggeration. From the way your homescreen works, to the look of the app icons, and the placement of widgets, there are countless ways to make your homescreen unique and just ...

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Android 101: How to use copy and paste

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It’s something that Android has had since Ice Cream Sandwich, but may not necessarily be something that every user is aware of – so let’s go through just how to copy and paste on Android. Whilst the process and icons used by different handset manufactures may differ slightly, ...

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