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    • Dangerous Android Applications

      Dangerous Android Applications

      Android applications sometimes contain malware which causes unexpected and sometimes dangerous effects on your Android device. Out-of-App Advertising Many Android apps are funded by advertising. This advertising usually only shows while you are running the application, however some apps continue to display advertising when you are not consciously running the applications. These apps push advertising

    • How to Download Music to an iPod

      How to Download Music to an iPod

      Downloading songs to an iPod is very simple. Prior knowledge of iTunes is essential to download songs to iPod player. Users can either purchase them or search for the sites that give the tunes for free. Below is an easy-to-follow procedure for downloading the songs to an iPod. Connect the iPod player to the computer

    • How to Reset a Droid X

      How to Reset a Droid X

      A Droid X is a Motorola smartphone that Verizon Wireless distributes throughout the Unites States, Mexico, and other overseas locations. The Droid X runs the Android operating system and has been distributed since July 2010. On May 19th, 2011, Motorola released the Droid X2, an upgraded version of the Droid X that uses the NVidia

    • How to Print from an iPad

      How to Print from an iPad

      An iPad is a tablet PC that Apple produced. It allows users to browse the web, check their email, and run applications while traveling or away from a charger. An iPad is similar to a laptop, but is smaller, does not fold, and has touch screen capabilities. iPads range in price, but feature support for

    • How to Replace a Kindle Battery

      How to Replace a Kindle Battery

      Though most Kindle batteries last for several years, it is still possible that a Kindle may still need a battery change. Check the battery life meter on the Kindle before ordering a new battery and be sure not to mistake the signal strength meter for the battery life meter. Many users find the meters easily

    • How to Reset a Kindle

      How to Reset a Kindle

      The Kindle, which Amazon produced, is an e-reader/tablet PC that allows users to access the Internet, check their email, and use a variety of applications. The Kindle is also designed to allow users to read e-books in full screen, toggle mode, and even split screen. The Kindle is dependent on touch screen technology and allows

    • 15 Ways to Improve Your Phone’s Battery Life

      15 Ways to Improve Your Phone’s Battery Life

      Although mobile phones have become almost ubiquitous in modern culture, device manufacturers have yet to solve the problem of significantly improving the battery life of mobile phones significantly. As a result, consumers must seek out methods to manage the overall application and program usage on their cell phones in order to improve the overall life

    • How an iPod Works

      How an iPod Works

      The iPod is a handheld digital device used for storing, transferring, and playing music and video files. There are several different models but they all have a similar basic design which consists of a “click-wheel”, a screen, and a lock/unlock switch at the top that prevents the controls from being accidentally activated. The earlier models

    • How to Connect an MP3 Player to a Car Stereo

      How to Connect an MP3 Player to a Car Stereo

      With an increasing number of people listening to music via their MP3 player or iPod, it is no wonder that there is such a large demand to play their favorite digital tunes in their vehicle. Unfortunately, for most vehicles, there is no easy way to connect most MP3 players. Due to the high demand, many

    • How to Recover Deleted Text Messages from an iPhone

      How to Recover Deleted Text Messages from an iPhone

      The iPhone, which Apple created, is a media device that combines the functionality of a phone, computer, camera, and media player. It features touchscreen technology that allows users to browse the Internet, select files, and run applications by simply touching the screen. The iPhone also supports Bluetooth technology and wireless Internet in order to allow

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