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From Sky Diving to Space Diving

From Sky Diving to Space Diving, we have seen people jumping out of planes with a parachutes and we say that is “extreme“, but this time we have pushed that word a lot further. Imagine  instead of a plane try jumping out an space craft and diving into  earth’s atmosphere …

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Microsoft buying Nokia Devices and Services unit, licensing patents for €5.44 billion

It’s been something mused over for the past few years as a “what if” scenario, and it has come to realization: Microsoft is buying Nokia’s Device and Services Unit and licensing the company’s patent portfolio. Since partnering with Microsoft in early 2011 and launching the Lumia line of Windows Phone handhelds Nokia …

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How to Set Up and Use avast | Anti-Theft on Android | Trace your stolen phone

Setting up Anti-Theft on avast! in Android When you launch avast! Mobile Security for the first time you will be asked to configure the anti-theft module. Once you accept and start the setup process, your phone will be checked for system dependencies like internet connection, etc. Having succeeded in the test, the process …

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Google patents swish, swosh, swoosh pattern unlock app swipe

Google has a new, freshly approved patent up its sleeve that should get rid of a few of the gestures involved when you launch your favourite app on your locked phone. The Chocolate Factory has won a patent for “alternative unlocking patterns”, which would let fandroids get into apps like the dialer …

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What’s New in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean?

Google finally took the wraps off the new version of Android it neglected to announce back at I/O (instead releasing new features via Play Services instead). Here’s what’s new. Control User Accounts with Restricted Profiles In Android 4.2, Google added the ability to created additional users for a tablet, much the same …

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First Firefox OS smartphone goes on sale

After months in development, Mozilla’s Firefox OS is ready for the public. Today, the company announced that the first two handsets running the open-source HTML5 operating system — the ZTE Open and the Alcatel One Touch Fire — will soon go on sale in limited markets. Consumers in Spain won’t have long …

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How To Install Ubuntu Touch On Nexus Devices

Disclaimer “Touch Developer Preview for Ubuntu” is released for free non-commercial use. It is provided without warranty, even the implied warranty of merchantability, satisfaction or fitness for a particular use. See the licence included with each program for details. Some licences may grant additional rights; this notice shall not limit …

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Motorola’s Logo Gets a Googley New Look

A new look for a new, Google-owned company. Motorola has switched up its company logo. First spotted by The Verge, it’s now sporting a vibrant — I say more Googley — array of colors encircling the traditional Motorola “M” graphic. Cute — and appropriate, considering that the hardware company has …

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