Gadgets, Tech

The Past And The Future of Mobile Apps

First cellular phone was made by Martin Cooper (Motorola) in 1973. However, it took 10 years for cellular phone to appear in the stores. First commercial cell phone was DynaTAC

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Lifehacks, Tech

Top 5 Tips to Boost WiFi Performance

WiFi is the most useful and important equipment for PCs and mobile devices. Regardless of the high speed provided by ISP, if your router settings and location is not proper

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Tech

Premium Unlocked Phones At Best Buy: Introducing Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra And Sony Xperia XZ Premium

The smartphone market is constantly pushing out the latest and greatest smartphones – and as infinite geeks, we want the best! It’s not always easy to decide what the best

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Lifehacks, Tech

Android Battery Draining Too Quickly? Extend Your Battery Life With These Quick Tricks

At the growing age of technology, most work done at home and in the office is done mainly on our smartphones. However, as convenient as this is, many are constantly

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Entertainment, Lifehacks

Which Messaging Service Fits Your Bill?

With so many processes available for us to stay in touch, it can be hard to truly know the benefits to each one unless you’re fully immersed. Knowing which app

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Gaming

Top Picks for Augmented Reality Apps

Augmented reality apps are designed to provide a unique and immersive user experience. They may distort what you see through your camera’s view screen, or allow you to interact with

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Business, Tech

Trends and Technology That Are Making Remote Work a Reality

Remote work is becoming the new normal for an increasing number of workers and businesses. In fact, the number of companies that operate mostly or entirely using remote workers increased

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Business, DIY

Got A Great Idea For An App? Make It A Reality

It is estimated that 2.32 billion people around the world have a smartphone. That number is expected to increase to 2.87 billion by 2020. The world’s first smartphone was IBM’s

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