Google has announced the end of its Nexus line of smartphones and is replacing it with the Pixel line. Many a Nexus lover gasped in shock and horror as the news reached them. After all, the Nexus line is much beloved by Android purists who want to avoid the whole manufacturer overlay experience. Will Pixel have an overlay? Is...

By now, you've surely noticed the Stories icons across the top of your Instagram app. Instagram Stories debuted at the beginning of August, and we're already discussing the downfall of Snapchat. The idea is the same as Snapchat's: short snippets of your day combined into a video that disappears after 24 hours, but what's different about Stories, and what...

Few things in life combine excitement and stress quite like buying a new home, whether you're searching for the first time or buying your tenth house. From discovering fantastic listings to calculating exactly how much that mortgage will cost you, smartphone apps help you simplify the process so you can focus on searching for houses and submitting a flawless...

You've cleared out most of your photos and deleted the apps you never use, but your phone still tells you it barely has any storage left. Sometimes purging the obvious data isn't enough to free up storage on your iPhone. Hidden data accumulates and eats up space the more you use your phone, leaving many iPhone users baffled about...

Almost four million apps exist across the five most popular smartphone ecosystems. The sheer volume of available programs makes many people feel paralyzed by choice. That's unfortunate since many new apps are more innovative than their predecessors. Here are the top four up and coming apps for 2016. Luka You know the frustration of the situation all too well. You and...

Android gained its popularity due to its being a free and open source project. Phone manufacturers who were looking for a way to compete with iPhone and iOS took to Android like a duck takes to water. They put their software teams to work with the result being their version of Android. What then happens is consumers wind up...

If you only know one thing about the upcoming iPhone 7, it’s that Apple decided not to include a 3.5mm headphone jack in the new model. You undoubtedly know this because your friends complain about it on social media. You can’t look at Facebook or Twitter without learning more about this debacle, right? Stop for a second and consider the...
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