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Facebook Scheduler = Procrastination Mode - I am a procrastinator. If there was a way for me to procrastinate procrastinating I would do it. This article, in fact, was slated for this morning. And here it is 10:30 pm… That’s actually novice procrastination since it’s still the same day but I haven’t sent it to the editor yet so we’ll see. Facebook has recently added a procrastination feature that is so genius! It’s disguised as an efficient form of posting but I recognize the whole idea of ...

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Android Nougat, Tablets And Productivity - In early August, the IDC released worldwide tablet shipment numbers showing a drop of over 12%. The reason for the fall in tablet sales is seen as being because the market is shifting towards “productivity” and tablets, especially Android powered models, are not considered to be as productive as other types of portable machine. Manufacturers are changing their portfolios and consumers are wary of buying or upgrading an existing tablet for something...

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The Importance Of Google’s Regular Security Patches - The last two years have proven interesting and important for security on Android devices. We’ve seen a number of high profile security issues, such as the iCloud photo hack, Snapchat and LinkedIn and of course the Stagefright security vulnerability. Although these security scares are not thought to be related, they illustrate the importance of keeping our data safe and secure. This starts with keeping our passwords safe but there are oth...

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Facebook’s Becoming Less Of A News Source - The Internet has changed the planet: it has changed the need for humanity to keep so much information in mind but instead we rely on this ever-present resource for information and communication. Our banking and telecommunications systems are also dependent on the stream of 1s and 0s around us. The Internet has made the world feel smaller: it is now possible to call a friend on the other side of the world as though they were in the next street, fre...

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Generations: Using Older Hardware In A 2016 World - The smartphone and tablet industry is used to a two year product cycle. Many plans are based around a two year cycle and because of this, most manufacturers support their products for two years after launch. The plan here is that after two years, customers go ahead and buy a new device: but what if customers keep their original smartphone or tablet? For some people, discarding a perfectly serviceable device after two years is wasteful and ...

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The Fast And Lightweight APUS Browser - The APUS Browser’s home screen. Many modern smartphones and tablets offer plenty of power and connectivity for doing the things that we want to do on our devices. And because devices have become more and more powerful, so the applications we run on them are also typically getting larger, more complicated and more demanding of the hardware. For the most part, this is transparent to the user: we don’t notice that the application needs more power behind ...

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Productivity Review: Android 6.0 Marshmallow - At the end of September 2015, Google unveiled two new Nexus smartphones, both running the latest version of Android, now up to 6.0 Marshmallow. We had already seen details of Marshmallow over the course of 2015 with the release of several developer previews, but the Nexus 5X and 6P were the first devices available with the new operating system. Google has rolled out updates to the 2013 Nexus 7 and later devices, including the Nexus 5, Nexus 6 a...

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Summer 2015: Reducing Mobile Data Usage - As a breed, 2015’s smartphones have more powerful hardware components, higher megapixel cameras, higher and larger screens and faster network technologies. Unfortunately, over the years, the tariffs and contracts that our carriers offer have not always improved in line with our smartphones. Unlimited data tariffs are fewer and fewer on the ground and capped data plans are becoming the norm. Over the years, we’ve covered how best to manage our finite...

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Manufacturers Are Changing How Smartphones Are Sold - Google acquired Android ten years ago and released it in late 2008. Since then, the operating system has evolved and gone from strength to strength, becoming the most popular mobile operating system on the planet. However, Android has changed the market more than the relatively simple introduction of an open source mobile operating system: Android is starting to change how people buy their cell ‘phones in the American market. We are seei...

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USA Firearm Training Releases Gun Resources App in Google Play
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