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How To: Stay safe on your android phone

Keeping yourself safe on your android phone can be challenging, but, by following some simple guidelines, you can easily enjoy all the benefits of the open, customisable system and stay away from the scary stuff that everyone is always talking about. Read more...

Turn your old Smartphone into a video surveillance camera

The 'Smart Home' is going to be one of the growth areas in the coming year -- it's big. And remote video surveillance is a big part of that movement. Read more...

Use android location services for automated tasks

Location services in android is pervasive, it can quickly drain your battery and many feel that it infringes on privacy and may record information that you aren’t ready to share with Google. But, there is a good side to it as well, it can be leveraged to provide a reliable location based trigger to do many things. In today’s article, we will take a look at four tasks you can automate based on your location. Read more...

How To: Transfer files with android beam

If you’re running a medium to new Android phone, chances are you have something called android beam, and you may not even know it. Why do you want to know? It is one of those things that makes a technology nut happy because it comes with the operating system and works with very little effort. It uses NFC to communicate with other android phones and allows for the transfer of files, videos, music, contacts and more. It does so in such a satisfying way, place the phones back to back and watch the screens sync up almost like magic! Read more...

Here are three new apps you may want to try

1) BlueMail email app. Read more...

How to add a Network drive to your home network

Home routers are becoming more and more ubiquitous, and many modern routers have an option to plug in a USB drive for network storage solutions. Each router’s interface is different, so the instructions provided here will be generic. Also, you should read your router’s manual to see if there is a cap on the size of the drive supported. Read more...

OS Vulnerabilities for 2015 Highest Ever

For many, choosing an operating system is a matter of preference or, for our work lives, not a choice at all. It has long been thought that choosing Linux or OS/X over Windows ( or iOS over Android ) would guarantee a safer experience. Those days are over. Read more...

Paul's last-minute gifts and stocking stuffers

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Tech Christmas Gift Ideas

The Top 15 Tech Christmas gifts Read more...

Google Account Management ( Part 3 )

Account Preferences Read more...