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First Look: HTC Bolt

First Look: HTC Bolt

It’s been a bit over a month since we first heard rumors about a new HTC device that would be coming to Sprint, dubbed the HTC Bolt. At first we were hoping that this would be the resurrection of the HTC Thunderbolt that we all loved, but it seems that won’t necessarily will be the…

How To Speed Up Chrome On Android With This Simple Trick..

How To Speed Up Chrome On Android With This Simple Trick..

When it comes to smartphone use, Web browsing is undoubtedly one of the biggest reasons we pick our phones up, and in turn one of the most used apps we have on our phones is whatever Web browser we choose to use. If you’re packing an Android phone, then the chances are that browser is…

Play Game Boy Titles On iOS, Android, Windows And More With This New Emulator

Play Game Boy Titles On iOS, Android, Windows And More With This New Emulator

Play Game Boy Titles On iOS, Android, Windows And More With This New Emulator The quality of mobile gaming is definitely improving, but some of us are old enough to remember the excitement that Nintendo’s original Entertainment System (NES) and Game Boy brought into our lives. We’ve seen emulators galore being released over the last…

Evernote for Android.. Could this make the Pen mighty again?

Evernote for Android.. Could this make the Pen mighty again?

For those who still feel some deep attachment to the act of writing words with a pen, Evernote has an attempt at a solution. A new feature allows users to hand-write notes or sketch out designs. It’s a welcome approach for mobile device users who are dissatisfied with tiny, soft keyboards, frustrating word suggestions, and…

Dolphin Zero.. Android

Dolphin Zero.. Android

Protect your privacy while surfing the web.. With the recent headlines about wholesale snooping on our internet use its no wonder more people are worried about privacy. You will need more serious safeguards such as ‘Tor’ to achieve online anonymity.. With Dolphin Zero web browser you can protect personal web-viewing habits (whatever they may be)…

Samsung Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates..

Samsung Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates..

Unless you happen to be in ownership of a newish Google Nexus device, the point at which a new Android release will reach your particular device is dependent on a series of variables. But while the respective interventions of both carrier and OEM can often throw a spanner in the works, Samsung is usually fairly…

How to Sideload Apps On The Kindle Fire..

How to Sideload Apps On The Kindle Fire..

The built-in App store on the Kindle Fire offers a decent selection, but it doesn’t have everything. For example, you can’t download Tweetdeck or TripIt, or alternate browsers like Opera Mini or Firefox. While Google’s Android Market is off-limits to Kindle Fire owners, you can install apps that aren’t available on Amazon’s store by transferring…

Flappy Bird???

Flappy Bird???

Has anyone else been playing this frustrating but additive game, it’s so simple but surprisingly hard. I have heard it brings the worst out of people, some smashing their devices in sheer frustration.. In the TutFREAK household it is on 3 Samsung Galaxy S3′s, 2 iPhone 5′s, 1 iPad 2, 1 iPad 3 & 2…

Use Amazon’s Appstore for free premium apps..

Use Amazon’s Appstore for free premium apps..

Amazon’s Appstore isn’t as large as Google’s Android Market, but it does have one killer feature. Every day Amazon offers a premium paid app for free. Amazon has also been able to score exclusive app launches like Angry Birds Rio and Plants vs. Zombies. To enable the feature go to Settings > Applications Settings and…

Open your phone to non-market apps..

Open your phone to non-market apps..

With a few exceptions, most Android phones give you the option to allow non-Market apps on your phone. That means you can download third-party software like Amazon’s Appstore or apps you find online. To enable the feature go to Settings > Applications Settings and check the box next to “Unknown sources.” Keep in mind that…

Use your phone as a portable hard drive..

Use your phone as a portable hard drive..

When you plug your phone into your computer with a USB cable, you can activate Android’s storage mode. This allows you to swap files between your computer and phone, making an excellent way to take files with you on the go, It’s also a great way of moving batches of images fairly quickly from phone…

Manage Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Airplane mode from your home screen…

Manage Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Airplane mode from your home screen…

Hey we all think we know our mobile/cell phones inside out but do yeah’, do yeah’ really??? Android has a nice built-in widget that lets you toggle Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Brightness levels, and syncing with Google. It’s a great way to manage your battery power without digging through your settings, on nearly all phones it’s…

Use your Mobile/Cell Phone as a Computer Mouse..

Use your Mobile/Cell Phone as a Computer Mouse..

Yes, you read this right, you can use an Android or Apple phone as a mouse for your computer. This is done via an App called Mobile Mouse which can be obtained via Google Play & the App Store. It works in Windows, iOS and Linux so it covers all the bases. For it to…

      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
             
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