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David Mayor

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Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

Whitepages Offers Galaxy S7 Spam Detection and Caller ID

People have waited for the Samsung Galaxy S7 with bated breath and stockpiles of rumors, and when it finally arrived, it was everything they were expecting. If you’ve already dismissed Samsung’s new flagship handset because it resembles so much the S6, wait till you hear about this extra feature. The South Korean company has teamed up with a tech company to ...

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Cars At the Top of the Speeding Ticket List, Survey

Given the unbelievable horsepower they harness under their hoods, it’s almost impossible for the fastest cars in the world to not get rated by the number of tickets they rack up. And no, it’s not cinema tickets or passes for ballet shows; we’re talking about speeding tickets and about how people expect that sports cars – also known as speedsters ...

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Facebook Messenger Will Start Supporting Multiple Accounts for Android

The rumor mill churns and churns relentlessly when it comes to upcoming news in the tech world. A few days ago, it spewed out two rumors: Facebook Messenger will start supporting multiple accounts for Android and SMS via the platform. Today, half of those predictions have become reality. Let’s say you’re a parent. Your kids are allowed to use Facebook ...

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The Robin Makes Sure You Never Run Out of Space

New smartphones are definitely exciting, but there’s no doubt the market has become super-saturated at this point. They all seem to look shiny, have faster everything and sport an uninspiring generic-ness: rectangle devices with high resolution screens. When it comes to the smartphones that matter, they all have come to feature good cameras, be lightning fast and powered by a ...

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Next iPhone Might Be Missing the 3.5mm Headphone Jack

The next Apple flagship smartphone might be some more months away, but when has that ever stopped us from speculating about the innovations it might bring? According to Apple Insider, the next iPhone might be missing the 3.5mm headphone jack and just sport a second speaker instead. The media publisher bases its report on a copy of Barclay’s research memo ...

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Snapchat Users to Subscribe Directly to Publishers, Report

Snapchat wants more users to be interested in its Discover platform, so rumor has it that the ephemeral-messaging service is going to allow its users to subscribe directly to publishers rather than seeking them out individually. As per a Re/code’s report, the update will have companies like BuzzFeed, MTV, The Daily Mail and others on the roster. This subscription feature ...

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Instagram Adds New View Count Feature on its Videos

According to an official post on its blog, Instagram’s double tap feature will soon be shadowed by a video view counter. Similar to what YouTube and Facebook do on their platforms, Instagram is about to allow you to see how many users have seen your video. In Instagram’s own words, this feature is “the most widely expected form of feedback ...

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Internet Archive Expands with Classic DOS Games and Awesome PC Viruses

Years and years were spent for the Internet Archive to become what it is today – storing massive amounts of digital content from the past. After actively gathering millions of web pages, videos, texts, and ancient audio snippets, the site has recently turned to an Internet favorite: games. Available at Archive.org, the collection contains virtually anything you could miss if ...

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Playground Global: Startup Incubator Combined with a Venture Fund

After leaving Google in 2014, Android co-founder Andy Rubin started Playground Global, a company that steered clear of any concrete description ever since. At the 2015 Code Mobile, Rubin said the mysterious new startup will “amplify ideas” – a frustratingly vague information which didn’t clear the air any more. But after prolonged information dripping, we finally get a more straightforward answer about ...

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Add Multiple Instagram Accounts on iOS

Do you often have to switch between your personal Instagram account and the one you have for your small business? Does the idea of being able to just hop easily from one to the other induce you a warm feeling of happiness? Then here’s some good news for you: the multiple account support that surfaced in the Android app late ...

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