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Deal Alert – Three Deal Gives you Unlimited Mobile Tethering in the UK!

Saturday 19th of October 2019 03:10:39 PM

After Three’s major outage a few days ago that left people without signal for hours, they are now having a massive deal for people in the UK. As compensation for what happened? Maybe. This deal includes UNLIMITED 4G mobile data, calls AND text messages AND Unlimited Tethering. The contact lasts for 24 months. For the […]

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Get $100 off the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier ahead of Black Friday Sales

Thursday 17th of October 2019 11:05:34 AM

Ok, you might be waiting with baited breath for the Black Friday sales to start, which will land in a few weeks. Usually we find that there are a number of Samsung smartwatch sales on that might tempt you with parting with your cash. If you don’t want to wait and are Interested in the […]

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Three Network outage leaves thousands unable to make calls or use mobile data

Thursday 17th of October 2019 08:06:00 AM

A huge Three mobile network outage has hit many parts of the UK, leaving thousands of customers unable to make / receive calls or use their mobile data. Social media channels have been inundated with users venting their frustration. Initial reports of the problems start surfacing from 1am Thursday, October 17. Further spikes of Three […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2: Under Armour Edition Now at BEST BUY!

Friday 11th of October 2019 07:40:04 PM

We’ve had the Galaxy Watch Active 2 been released but what about the Under Armour edition? Yes, the Galaxy Watch Active 2: Under Armour Edition is now available to buy at Best Buy. The 40mm model of the smartwatch has a starting price of $309 or you could pick a six-month financing plan where you […]

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Google Pixel Watch Rumours and Leaks – What we Know so Far

Friday 11th of October 2019 03:47:29 PM

The Google Pixel Watch has been a smartwatch that has been rumoured about for about a year now. We first saw potential codenames for the Google Pixel Watch early last year which got people jazzed up about the thought of it. 2018 went by and we still had no Pixel Watch from Google. In 2019, […]

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Pick your favourite Galaxy App, Watch face, or Theme and Win a pass to SDC2019 or a Samsung Galaxy Badge!

Friday 11th of October 2019 09:20:42 AM

It’s not long to go now for the Annual Samsung developer event (SDC2019). As such, the Samsung Developer Program is getting ready to name the top 25 Best of Galaxy Store Awards. These Individuals or companies will be formally named at SDC! The Best of Galaxy Store Award recognizes publishers who have created apps, watch […]

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The Apple Watch May Get a New Sleep App!

Wednesday 9th of October 2019 07:06:34 PM

Apple’s Original Apple Watch came out back in 2015 and has been advertised as a health and fitness tracker. Unlike many of the newest fitness trackers, this one cannot track sleep. As of now, you still have to buy a third-part app if you do. This might change soon. On the Apple Store – there […]

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Outlook Now Supports the Samsung Galaxy Smartwatches

Tuesday 8th of October 2019 08:54:55 PM

Microsoft has updated its Outlook App. What’s new? Nothing much except for the fact that Outlook now supports the Samsung Galaxy Watch!! This also includes the Galaxy Watch, Watch Active and Watch Active 2. Now, you won’t miss out on that limited deal on whichever online site you shop on. You can also see whether […]

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New Facebook App: Threads Lets You Text Your Friends Easier

Thursday 3rd of October 2019 07:44:58 PM

Social media platforms have evolved quite a bit since they first came on the scene. Now, we have the stories that we can share as well as Snapchat letting people send each other private images. Next comes the app ‘Threads’. Haven’t heard of it? Threads is a private sharing app made by Facebook to let […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2 now able to take your Blood Pressure with My BP Lab 2.0

Thursday 3rd of October 2019 07:15:08 AM

The My BP Lab App 2.0 has been updated and supports the Galaxy Watch Active 2. This allows the smartwatch to measure your blood pressure. The App promises to not only look at the blood pressure measurements, but also analyse and quantify how stress and daily experiences affect you throughout the day. How to take […]

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Call of Duty: Mobile – Globally released, Finally!

Tuesday 1st of October 2019 06:18:01 PM

Call of Duty fans gather around! Lately, as you may have noticed, there has been hype building around Call of Duty: Mobile. Now, you don’t have to drag around your PS4 or Xbox to play one of your games. Back in late 2018, the game was first announced. Quite a long time back when you […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2 gets its first firmware update – Changes to touch bezel

Tuesday 1st of October 2019 09:10:54 AM

Today, smartwatch users in the US will begin getting their first software / firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2. One of the Important changes that this update brings with it is: the touch bezel on the watch will be turned on by default. Users that wanted to experience the new touch sensitive […]

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Galaxy Watch Active Sale Chops 36% Off Price on Amazon

Wednesday 25th of September 2019 03:35:20 PM

The Galaxy Watch Active, the predecessor to the recently released Galaxy Watch Active 2, has gone on sale. On Amazon, we have the four colours Black, Silver, Green and Rose Gold to choose from. Unfortunately, not all of them are on sale – just the Silver and Rose Gold – beggars can’t be choosers. The […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2 User Manual Spotted online

Monday 23rd of September 2019 01:21:31 PM

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has now gone on sale world wide with many people pre-ordering the watch. End users in the UK have already started receiving Samsung’s latest wearable piece of tech. There is no shortage of UK retailers stocking the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Now, the user manual is available to download. It […]

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Is your Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel Deactivated, not working? This is how to activate it

Friday 20th of September 2019 02:58:38 PM

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has recently started being released, slowly making its way across the globe. One thing that people have noticed when getting their Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel doesn’t work. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel is something that many people want to try out when buying the smartwatch. But […]

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Huawei Mate 30 Camera Better than All Past Huawei Models

Thursday 19th of September 2019 05:36:52 PM

Huawei has to still deal with the US Trade Ban and are pushing forward with the Mate 30 series that will have an impressive 40MP super sensing camera. Huawei Mate 30 Pro Camera A 40MP camera?! Yes, that’s right, the same camera as the P30 from March 2019. Not only this impressive camera, the Mate […]

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Samsung One UI 2.0 Will Come with Emoji Suggestions

Friday 13th of September 2019 04:57:19 PM

At SDC 2019, we will get a good look at One UI 2.0 – the next version of the custom skin for samsung devices. Any new features? Yes, so far we only know about Emoji Suggestions. As well as this, Samsung may share their plans for Android 10 at the event. Emoji Suggestions and Predictions? […]

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Apple Watch Series 5 Announced with additional health features

Thursday 12th of September 2019 08:02:11 PM

The Apple Watch Series 5 was recently announced and is now available to pre-order. So what are some of the new specs that come with the smartwatch? Read on.. First of all, the smartwatch will keep the same shape as the original Apple Watch. The rectangular shaped screen, rotating crown and the same button alongside […]

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Galaxy Watch Designer gets Galaxy Watch Active 2 Support

Thursday 12th of September 2019 11:23:12 AM

Recently, Galaxy Watch Designer got an update – one of the major changes being that there is new support for the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 2. The changelog showed MANY changes to the service, as usual. To kick things off, it has added Galaxy Watch Active 2 support – which is great since the smartwatch […]

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Pre-order the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and get a Samsung Wireless Portable Battery

Thursday 12th of September 2019 10:29:52 AM

Another offer has been thrown into the ring when you pre-order the Galaxy Watch Active 2. You can get the Samsung Wireless Portable Battery. The nice little feature of this power pack is that you can wirelessly charge you new smartwatch. As you may know now, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been launched is […]

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New TenFourFox and Mozilla Firefox Team News

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