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  1. How to delete Aptoide

    Other Mobile Devices & Operating Systems
    I downloaded Aptoide to my Android phone to try get a duplicate of a Google play app, like I had done with the Amazon appstore, but rather than giving me another it took over the original GP app. I've deleted both and reinstalled several times but when I sign in to the app it reverts to the...
  2. ACER Z520 with numerous rogue apps popping up!

    Android OS
    My Android based ACER Z520 suddenly has numerous rogue apps appearing that interfere with SETTINGS and also try to install other rogue apps. I have done a FACTORY RESET (a dozen times now) and all the nasties are still present. They shut down other apps that supposedly try to run and install...
  3. The Most Advanced Security Suite Available – An ESET Remote Administrator 6 with additional software Review

    Mac Support
    This world is digitally controlled, operated, and powered by computers. Every action we do today involves the use of a computer, whether that action be reading this review, driving your car, or ordering a meal at a restaurant. At the end of 2014, the United Nations stated that over three...
  4. A Two-In-One Flash Drive – A Kingston DataTraveler MicroDuo Review

    Hard Drive Support
    Have you ever wanted to make a quick transfer to your Android phone but did not want to use the USB cable? Has there been a time where a movie you want to watch is too large for your phone's storage? Or are you a business man who needs to transfer files quickly onto your Android Tablet for a...
  5. How to Perform a Remote Wipe on a Mobile Phone from Exchange Server 2010

    Smart Devices | General Topics
    There’s a neat tool in Exchange Server 2010 that you may utilize in case a company smart phone (e.g. Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, etc..) has been misplaced, lost or stolen, to protect all the sensitive data stored on that phone. You may perform a remote wipe of the data on the mobile phone...
  6. Samsung Unveils the new Galaxy “Round” Smartphone

    Hard Drive Support
    With LG in talks about creating a curved Smartphone for November, Samsung has taken it to the next step by unveiling the 5.7inch display Galaxy Round. Far from a circular design, the new smartphone has rounded sides and takes advantage of Samsung’s new Full HD Super Flexible AMOLD display that...
  7. Android Tips and Tricks

    Smart Devices | General Topics
    Below are some useful tips and tools for Android users. Some may be new you to and others may be old news The follow steps will be for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Some steps may vary depending on your type of device. Table of Contents 1. Using a Task Manager. 2. Battery Usage. 3. Data...
  8. Apple being sued?

    Mac Support
    As I speculated in my previous article, copyright infringment wars continue on, and this time Apple is allegedly in the crosshairs of both Samsung and HTC following the release of their newest edition of mobile smartphone, the iPhone 5. In 2009, the LTE (Long Term Evolution) standard, or how...
  9. Copycats never win

    Mac Support
    Since 2011, the heated battle between Samsung and Apple has run wild, creating stirs in the internet community and the world. Although not everyone knew this, Apple sued Samsung for various copyright infringements including Samsung's Galaxy Tab and their Galaxy phones. In response to this attack...
  10. Apple v. Samsung comes to an end

    Mac Support
    In April of last year, Apple filed a patent lawsuit against Samsung. Apple had claimed that Samsung has breached patented copyright infringements on Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad. Apple says that the designs found on Samsung products such as the Galaxy Phone and Galaxy Tab are...
  11. Android OS 4.1 'Jelly Bean'

    Linux Support
    Google officially unveiled their 'next-generation' Android mobile OS 4.1 'Jelly Bean' in June, though officially there are currently only two devices that have Jelly Bean available. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Googles new Nexus-7 Tablet. Now though Jelly bean should be making it's way onto the...
  12. Malware gone Mobile

    Computer Security News
    Recently Apple and Google have removed a malicious app from their stores. The new malware app is called “Find and Call” and was flagged by Kaspersky to be a type of malware. The app was available on Google Play since May 21st and Apple’s app Store since June 13th. When uploading a new...
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