Google I/O 2015

Google I/O 2015 developers conference is happening May 28th at 9:30 AM PDT. If you are not aware Google I/O is one of the biggest conferences for Android developers and fans. Google has announce big products and software releases at previous conferences and this year should be no different.

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Google’s new wireless service
Project Fi

Google has recently announced its new wireless service named Project Fi. This is another move by Google to change the standard service contracts. Google’s Project Fi is in the invite process currently and will be a limited service when it is released. But Google Project Fi offers several awesome features to offer to customers.

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Mobile Game of the Week

In a new weekly article I am reviewing an mobile game for the week that I love to play and I think you will like to. Some of the games will be available on both iOS and Android and some games will be only on one of the platforms. So to start the Game of […]

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How to Improve your two-factor authentication

There are many different threats on the Internet now and users have to be aware of these threats and find a way to protect their information. One important step in protecting your online accounts is using two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is typically done using your phone since it is never too far away. But setting […]

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How-To Improve Windows 7 file copying

One of the drawbacks to using Windows 7 is the limited file copying utility that comes with the OS. The built in utility is greatly improved in the newer Windows 8 but you don’t have to switch to power up the utility on your computer.

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New Apps for New Year 2

For the second installment on the series New Apps for the New Year I will go through some new replacement apps for your regularly used apps. Weather apps on our phones and tablets may be one of the most important apps we use. Even though most of the time we use the app there isn’t […]

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