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Ariana Whitmore

ariana@thenextdigit.com'
She has been writing columns on consumer gadgets since 2010. Her areas of interests include smartphones, tablets, mobile OS and apps. She holds M.C.S. degree and working on her startup, which aims to solve IT support issues.

Your Smartphone Already Has the Best Productivity Apps

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It’s tough to choose from the zillion productivity apps out there – apps that promise to help you email more efficiently and never again forget what you have to buy from grocery shop. However, no matter how good they are, the reality is we rarely ever open them after the first time. When’s the last time you actually minded the ...

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The Microsoft Alarm that Helps All the Late Sleepers

The Microsoft Alarm that Helps All the Late Sleepers

The latest and craziest thing we’ve heard of is the Microsoft Alarm that helps all the late sleepers get up in the morning by not just letting you go with a couple of snoozes. For anyone who has a hard time to wake up and more often ends up sleeping in than managing to get up after the entire hour ...

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Google Tap 10 Is Now Offering Free Rewards to Users

Google’s Tap 10 Is Now Offering Free Rewards to Users

For a limited time and in the United States only, a new promotion called Google Tap 10 is now offering free rewards to users of the Android Pay mobile payment service. In essence, by making use of the Android Pay you can get things such as free songs, free movies, limited-time subscriptions on Google Play and even as much as ...

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Next Level Emulation: The Nintendo 3DS Windows 95

Emulation Taken to the Next Level with the Nintendo 3DS Windows 95

Out of all the crazy cross-platforming we’ve been seeing recently, nothing can beat the next level emulation: the Nintendo 3DS Windows 95 version. We start off our new year with news of the deeds of a particular emulating aficionado and GBATemp.net member nicknamed Shutterbug2000 who managed to get a copy of Windows 95 to run on the popular handheld gaming ...

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Uber Adds SPOT Lights So You Don’t Get Into The Wrong Car

Uber Adds SPOT Lights So You Don't Get Into The Wrong Car

Tons of Uber cars can be seen waiting outside big events such as concerts and festivals – or whatever else young people attend these days. In the past year, reports have shown that people don’t quite understand the difference between an Uber car and a civilian one. They have tried to alleviate this issue with stickers and more features inside ...

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Mozilla Cuts the Support for the Thunderbird Email Service

Mozilla cuts the support for the Thunderbird email service and seems like it is ready to get into the next phase in order to improve the focus on user interest around the Firefox web browser. The company now hopes to separate completely the assistance for Thunderbird, a free chatting, e-mailing and information for the customers that it first released more ...

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it’s not Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is receiving 5.1.1 Lollipop update

Although Samsung Galaxy Note 3 users are waiting for the official confirmation of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, as of now the Note 3 devices are receiving the official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update. From yesterday, US Cellular carrier is rolling out the Lollipop firmware update to its Note 3 users via OTA, which also brings many performance tweaks and security ...

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