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Google has announced on March 19th, through a blog post by their SVP of global affairs Kent Walker, that they intend to "do more to ensure that Android phone owners know about the wide choice of browsers and search engines available." This probably means they are going to present users with a browser-ballot, similar to the one the European Commission imposed on Microsoft in 2009. The similarities with Microsoft do not stop there. Here is what to expect:
If you use a smartphone, it is almost sure that you have heard about the term Gorilla Glass. Some of you might already know that it is a special kind of glass that is used on smartphones, tablets, and other similar devices. However, do you know what it does, and why it is important? Did you know that there are different types of Gorilla Glass? Also, many smartphones have 2.5D glass. Do you know what that is and how it is different from Gorilla Glass? Read this article to see the answer to all these questions, and more:
Google Discover is the way Google helps you find news and other content on the internet, directly from your smartphone or tablet. By default, it displays data based on your search history, but it can also be personalized to better match your interests. If you want Google Discover to do a great job at keeping you informed about what matters to you, here is how to personalize it on your Android smartphone:
VPN connections are handy tools. We use them to get access to our company's network while traveling, to be anonymous on the internet, or to access blocked content on the internet. If you own an iPhone or an iPad and you want to set up and use a VPN on it, then you have come to the right place. In this article, we show you how to create, configure and connect to a VPN on any device with iOS:
Charging your mobile devices has become a difficult task at home, at the office and even more so on the road. The Sony CP-AD2M4 charger gives you the ability to charge multiple devices safely. Finding an electrical outlet for every charger that comes with every device you have can be daunting. YIf you find one, you're most likely to plug in your smartphone. What about your wireless headphones, smartwatch, fitness tracker, tablet, or e-book reader? Let's see how the Sony CP-AD2M4 charger can help you charge all your mobile devices:
Do you own an iPhone or an iPad and wish you knew how to take screenshots? If you do, you have come to the right place. Regardless of whether you want to create screenshots of your iPhone's screen to keep evidence of your chat history, or because you need them for your next presentation :), in this article we show you how to do it, on an iPhone or iPad. Without wasting any more time, let's begin:
Depending on where you live, recording phone calls might or might not be legal in your country or state. Because of that, as well as for its users' privacy, Apple tries to discourage the recording of phone calls, so the iPhones do not offer this feature in their operating system. Although recording phone calls on iPhones is not as easy as it is on Android smartphones, it is possible nonetheless, as you are going to see in this guide:
Note: Remember to always check first whether recording phone calls is legal where you live.
Have you encountered Dual SIM smartphones in shops? Do you want to know what makes them useful and how the Dual SIM technology works? Maybe you already know that, but you still have questions like what makes Dual SIM Dual Standby different from Dual SIM Dual Active? If you want to know what the Dual SIM technology is, how it is implemented in modern day smartphones, its advantages and disadvantages, read this article:
QR codes are all around us: you can find them on flyers, posters, websites, applications, event ads, or restaurant menus. They are two-dimensional barcodes, usually consisting of black square dots on a white background which can be read by an imaging device. They are used for storing alphanumerical data, and they are a good way of sharing information concisely, like a website or product information. Your Android smartphone or tablet can easily be turned into a QR code reader with the appropriate application and using the built-in camera.
If you own an Android smartphone or tablet made by Huawei and you want a way to connect it to your Windows PC, you should use HiSuite. You can use it to do things such as browse and import files from your smartphone, as well as send messages, take screenshots, or backup your Android smartphone, all while sitting comfortably in front of your Windows PC. Let's see how to set up HiSuite and use it to connect your Huawei smartphone with your Windows computer: