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Make your Android look the coolest around!

Android is easily one of the most customizable smartphone operating system to have ever existed. There’s a bunch of ways to customize your Android device down to the core. Most Android OEMs have their own custom skins which offer some kind of differentiation for the other Android OEMs; however, the device’s software from the same Android OEM would look...

How to get Digital Wellbeing on Android Pie One UI update on Galaxy S9, S8, Note 9 and Note 8

Google introduced Digital Wellbeing during the announcement of Android 9 Pie. Digital Wellbeing was developed to help curb smartphone addiction amongst teens and adults alike. It might seem a bit ironic since Google now has their own smartphone lineup; however, wants people to use the phone less. Nonetheless, Digital Wellbeing is a fantastic approach to help limit smartphone usage. The...

This is a great weekend to get your fibre broadband deal sorted: see the best cheap plans

There's no denying it, this has been a brilliant week for fibre broadband deals. We don't say that lightly - we see a lot of great broadband deals come and go. But this week we've seen offers stuffed with freebies, big broadband and TV deals cut in price and the UK's cheapest widely available fibre hold the rest...

Even years later, Twitter doesn’t delete your direct messages – TechCrunch

When does “delete” really mean delete? Not always or even at all if you’re Twitter . Twitter retains direct messages for years, including messages you and others have deleted, but also data sent to and from accounts that have been deactivated and suspended. Security researcher Karan Saini found years-old messages found in a file from an archive of his data...

Android banking malware hitting more users than ever

Cybercriminals are always looking for new ways to steal consumer's banking credentials and new research from ESET has highlighted the often overlooked threat of fake banking apps.The firm compiled its findings in a new white paper titled, “Android banking malware: Sophisticated Trojans vs. Fake Banking apps” which revealed that fake banking apps and sophisticated banking Trojans are the...

Nvidia reports revenue dipping to its lowest level since mid-2017

In its latest earnings report, Nvidia announced it generated $2.21 billion in revenue, just managing to beat expectations the company recently lowered by $500 million. Compared to how the company faired last quarter, Team Green saw a precipitous 31% drop in revenue from $3.18 billion.Revenue at Nvidia is also down by 24% year-over-year; at this time last year...

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Samsung slashes prices on SIM-free deals in run up to Galaxy S10 launch – S9 and Note 9 included

The countdown is ticking away...there's now less than a week to go before we can get our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S10. As exciting as that is, if recent price leaks are true then this could be a handset way above Samsung's normal price range (especially with the suggestions of a new budget S10e model).  Luckily...

Some Withings Pulse HR fitness trackers are cracking, but will be replaced

A production fault with early units of the Withings Pulse HR has meant the case can be fragile and prone to cracking without you dropping or striking the tracker in some way.After our review of the Withings Pulse HR, our reviewer at TechRadar continued to wear the tracker for a few weeks and found it cracked at both...

Twitter considering a tweet ‘clarifying’ function – TechCrunch

Clarification hasn’t always been Twitter’s strong suit. Fittingly, there’s a bit of confusion around the longstanding suggestion that the service could add an “edit” button in order to save users from silly typos and, well, much, much worse. At a Goldman Sachs event this week, Jack Dorsey clarified that, rather than adding a controversial edit function, Twitter might...

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