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Android Lock Screens, Which Option Has the Best Security?

Mobile devices are real gateways into our lives. By accessing someone’s phone, you could potentially see their email, text messages, call log, what they been taking pictures of, contact list, browsing history and any notes or to-do lists they may have. Think about that for a minute. If somebody, a

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What’s Your BB PIN?

“What’s your BB pin?” The question is the ultimate social status badge for many young, urban Nigerians. Standing in front of a row of gleaming BlackBerry handsets in a Lagos phone shop, sales assistant Remi Olajuwon explained: “The average Nigerian has a very healthy interest in status and luxury. So

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Samsung Phones Secret Codes

Perhaps only the geeks would be interested in this but it is good to know that with just a few keystrokes from your phones, you can get your hands into the innards of your device. Most of these codes are guaranteed to work on any Samsung Android device. **USE WITH

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Browsing With Glo BIS On PC And Mobiles – So What Gives?

Cautiously, i typed the keyword coweek on my phone and sent it via sms to the shortcode 777. All the while, i had my fingers crossed. Thankfully, the procedure described above deducted N400 (US$2.50) from my call credit and gave me a week access to Globacom internet services, with a

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How To Root Or Unroot Your Samsung Galaxy Y Duos GT-S6102

Rooting Your Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 Search and install the superuser app from google play. Install on your phone. Download to your PC the rooting file from here. Save in your phone memory card. Enter recovery mode by holding down the “Volume Up” and the “Home” keys while powering

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Google To Converge Android OS And Chrome OS By 2013?

The China Commercial Times reports that Google has placed hardware orders with Taiwanese manufacturers Compal Electronics and Wintek to produce a Chromebook with a 12.85-inch touch display. Could this be the start of Google merging Android and Chrome OS? Chromebooks are lightweight laptop and desktop devices that use the Chrome

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Firefox OS: Another Lab Experiment?

There are now a good number of mobile OS out there, with many still considered as not more than lab experiments. The likes of Jolla and Tizen fits this description perfectly. Jolla, in particular, has a tall order of competing with Research In Motion’s upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS, as well

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Windows 8 – Copycat Innovations?

Looking at most OS in this modern era, i tend to see more of similarities than differences. When sometimes i stumble on blogs where you have people banging each other out about the superiority of a particular OS over another – Apple haters on one side, Android fans or Microsoft

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Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts

Microsoft has designed Windows 8 to be “touched” to get the best user experience. Already, hardware manufacturers are trying to outdo themselves, bringing out different beautiful laptop designs to give you this wonderful experience. Working from a laptop that does not have touchscreen, there are still ways you can enjoy

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Music Maker Jam – A Review

Music Maker Jam is a music app supported by normal Windows 8 PCs and also the Windows 8 ARM tablets. It is probably my best app on that OS platform – for now. Great for amateurs and probably pros alike, it makes music creation a whole lot of fun. The app allows

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