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...

While most tech-savvy readers are well versed on the topic of malware, many of us might still be unclear as to why it’s so dangerous. In the simplest terms, malware is “malicious software”. While a lot people are aware of the damage that malware can cause to computers, many haven’t yet learned that it can also be harmful to...

People started hating on Pokémon Go immediately after the app was released. They deemed it childish, or nerdy, and therefore refused to play. Those naysayers are really missing out. Here are three reasons why you should ignore their comments and immerse yourself in this popular augmented reality game. Pokémon Go Offers Nostalgic Fun If you're a millennial, you probably remember coming...

You start every month with a budget and a plan to stick to it. You anticipate ending the month with a little for your savings account. Somewhere in the middle, you lose track, and by the end of the month, you're biting your nails waiting on your next paycheck so you can pay your rent. Sound familiar? Many people...

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...

Every Android smartphone comes with a texting app that meets the basic needs of most owners. If you text a lot, though, the native app may frustrate you. Instead of sighing every time you get a new text, try these four Android apps that make texting easier. mysms The best thing about mysms is that it lets you send and receive...

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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