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Resolve To Use Your Smart Phone Less In 2018

The struggle is real! The average person checks their phone at least 85 times a day! So if your New Year resolution is to break the electronic device habit, then we can help with some suggestions. Set your phone to grayscale. Instructions are simple enough and usually are in the settings and...
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Price Predictions For 2018

It's hard to believe that 2018 is less than two weeks way and while we can't gaze into the future the web site DealNews did a roundup of items that ae projected to cost more in the New Year. Items that will cost you more cash are smartphones, with the latest Apple iPhone costing $999 the Google...
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How To Use Your Smartphone To Detect Credit Card Skimmers

2017 may be the year of the credit card skimmer, which can be an upsetting discovery on your bank statement. But there is some help that uses the same technology that criminals use. It all comes down to how skimmers work. Skimmers copy your credit or debit card information when you slide it in a...
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Phone Feature Will Alert You When Someone Else Is Looking At It

How can you tell if someone is looking at your phone? The new Google Pixel will alert you with a rainbow vomit picture! Google calls the feature an electronic screen protector and it will use the front-facing camera of the Google-Pixel phone, along with eye-detecting artificial intelligence to...
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Ware To Look On Your Phone To View All Your Subscriptions

You had a smartphone for years and over that time you may have purchased an app that incurs a monthly fee. Fortunately payment credentials registered with Apple or Google means you'll quickly be able to see if you are still being charged for them. However this doesn't always work if subscribed for...
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The Fidget Spinner Cell Phone

You knew it was just a matter of time before someone married the utility of a cell phone with the trendy fidget spinner. Chili's International (not the restaurant chain) has indeed created a fidget spinner mobile phone. The somewhat tiny and featureless phone has a 1.4 inch screen, minimal keyboard...
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Use Amazon Echo And Google Play To Find Your Lost Phone

There is nothing more frustrating then losing your mobile phone. Back in the days of widely used landlines, a simple call to it would alert you to its whereabouts. Although most homes do not have a landline phone, many do have an Amazon Echo or Google Home and now there's a way for those items to...
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What Smartphone Insurance Plan Is Best For You?

Cell phones have evolved into mini computers that can be dropped easier than ever! Consumer Reports say about 15% of us get new phones because the old ones break, and around 2 percent of us because of a theft or loss. Considering most carriers require you to pay full price for your smartphone, you...
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The Smartphone That Repels Mosquitoes

Considering the vast majority of Americans have a smartphone, manufacturers are always looking for ways to make their smart phone stand out. LG is no exception. The Korean corporation has launched the "Mosquito Away" K7i phone which is said to repel mosquito by emitting ultrasonic waves inaudible...
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Web Browsers To Mute Videos That Automatically Play Online

One of the most annoying things about the Internet are those web site that automatically start to play audio and video. While you are trying to be discreet, the damage has already been done. Some good news though, it appears are planning to launch updates that will mute most videos and audios...
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