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Project your Android Screen to your Windows 10 PC

There have been times you would want to show your Phone’s display on a larger screen; either to show some pictures/videos or to enjoy some games from your phone with a connected gamepad. Basically, you will need a casting device…

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Adios Amigos! Ahemm, so where do I start from? Oh, unless you’ve been living under an egg-crate you pretty much have seen a very peculiar smartphone design which seems to have found its way onto the form of every current…

What is causing your smartphone to overheat?

Several smartphone users are plagued with suddenly overheating devices, so hot that it could actually burn your skin, followed by a fast depleting battery. Whenever this happens it indicates that there is a problem with your device being a hardware…

Is my device waterproof or water resistant?

I owned a Motorola Defy phone in 2011 and used to brag about how water-resistant my phone was because I could take a stroll in rain without worrying about water damage. With more and more electronic devices from smart bracelets…

What is two-factor authentication and why should I care?

Introduction We are all used to entering our email address and passwords before being granted access to our online accounts. Technically, this is referred to as single-factor authentication. Today, we will look at two-factor authentication (2FA), the security process that…

Considering a career in tech? Read this first

Does choosing a career seem to be challenging in our world of endless choices and possibilities? Are the expectations of family and friends shaping your mental image of an ideal career? Or the financial reward tagged with certain popular “millionaire…

Why hard drives and memory cards have less space than advertised

Have you realized storage capacities on hard disks and memory cards are always smaller than what is advertised on the package? You sometimes think you have a flawed device or the Circle boys have played a quick one on you….

G, E, 3G, H, H+, 4G symbols explained!

Today, we’re finally  going to learn what those letters that randomly keep changing in our notification panel stand for. We know they have to do with the network speeds but what exactly do they mean? You’ve got questions, we’ve got…

The power of Google Drive suite explained

When one mentions Google Drive, first thing and for some the only thing that comes to mind is cloud storage. More than just a cloud storage service, Google Drive allows you to edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Google Drive encompasses…

How to download your data from Google products you use

Google is well noted for Search, and due to it prevalence and strength as a search engine, it is listed as a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary. Google has got over 201 products and services, which may probably be…

Bet you did not know what these emoji stand for

Emojis have become a big part of our daily text messages and conversations on social media. The use of emojis is not just limited to millennials but all and sundry. Emojis help to mimic real-life emotions when sending electronic messages and tries to…

What happens to your Google account when you die?

One of the most awkward touch-and-go discussions is about death so we will make this article very brief. It’s fairly conceivable to plan what happens to your assets after you have checked out of this life. But what happens to your…