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by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 16th 2017

There are only a few derogatory words that are generally bandied around in relation to the Android ecosystem, and bloatware is one of them. “I hate bloatware,” or “why on earth did they include all this bloatware” are some of the tamer things people have...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

The swan song started to play for the Nexus Player just recently, as it got pulled down from the Google Store and other major third-party retailers. Even though the media streaming device didn’t exactly amaze people, it got the job done right and touched...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

 The Antikythera Mechanism was found in a shipwreck in Aegean Sea When first discovered, experts guessed it was astronomical instrument Now cutting-edge scanning equipment over a decade revealed 500 words Nothing of the sort was known to be made for well...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

San Diego company editor, LLC is launching their writing service that allows everyone to have on-demand access to a network of professional editors. The proofreading service, editor, can be used on iOS, Android, and at  Currently, editor is available for English...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

google Translate is available within apps, meaning no more switching back and forwards to translate messages and read foreign reviews, for example It’s hoped developers will enable the function on more and more apps Feature is available to people with the...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

Over the years I’ve been using smartphones, there’s been one feature I’ve enthusiastically adopted: the smartphone as camera. I used to carry a small pocket point-and-shoot with me everywhere I went. Now I don’t, I just have a phone.For...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 15th 2017

A child wordsmith staked her claim to be the next HG Wells after winning a silver award at the BBC Radio 2 500 Words ceremony at Shakespeare’s Globe on Friday morning. Katie Denyer, nine and from Woking, finished second in the 5-9 age category of the competition,...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 14th 2017

Go back a couple of years and Samsung was THE dominant force in the Android market. While on the whole the company hasn’t exactly been in trouble since then (sales of its flagship and non-flagship devices in total have been more than adequate to keep it in...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 14th 2017

While Apple has seen declining sales of its iPhone over recent quarters, new data from Gartner provides another look into the decline facing Apple and the smartphone market in other regions. Overall, the data shows that smartphone sales worldwide grew 4.3 percent...

by Rafaela Rodrigues Araujo on May 14th 2017

Keyword moderation tool enables user to block offensive words  Previously only available to business users but now open to all  The tool is the latest in a series of anti-troll initiatives launched by the firm Instagram has taken an important step in the fight...