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Sara Rose

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She has spent the past 4 years playing the role of an IT consultant, and has now joined The Next Digit as a full time blogger. Her current profession is a result of her deep experience in computer gadgets, laptops, gaming accessories and other tech updates.

Gorilla Glass 5 Will Turn Your Smartphone into Superman

Gorilla Glass 5 Will Turn Your Smartphone into Superman

Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 is a new solution to the ever-present problem of dropping our phones. The Gorilla Glass is the top display choice for most smartphone manufacturers out there. The company has been leading the glass cover glass industry for over 10 years now. Gorilla Glass 4 has been protecting our devices long enough. Now, it’s time to step ...

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Samsung Fashionable Serif TV Hits the Market

Samsung Fashionable Serif TV

Samsung fashionable Serif TV hits the market, adding something entirely new to the boring TV designs. Apart from differing in size, TVs look pretty much the same. And we can hardly call ourselves in love with the current looks of these devices. Not anymore. Samsung recently announced Serif TV, a television designed specifically to blend in perfectly with home or ...

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Google AdWords Now Makes It Easier to Shop Around

Google AdWords Now Makes It Easier to Shop Around

Google AdWords now makes it easier to shop around, and your next travel destination might be just a click away. Google comes to aid marketers and businesses sell their products and services, and in the process, helping on-the-go shoppers to find the best shopping deals. The company is thinking way ahead to the colder seasons. Because October through December is ...

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Google Now on Tap Gets New Updates – Check’em Out

Google Now on Tap Gets New Updates

Google now on tap gets new updates for Android Marshmallow users. Now on Tap is a feature that gets information about what’s on the user’s screen by just holding the Home button to activate it. It will show relevant info, actions, or apps using what you see on your display. Google Now on Tap gets new updates to add to ...

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Android Full-Disk Encryption is Weak, Study Finds

Android Full-Disk Encryption is Weak

Android full-disk encryption is weak, says expert Gal Beniamini. You might want to consider switching to iOS for better encryption, brags Apple. Android depends on multiple partners to develop security policies, and the encryption keys are stored in the software. This makes the keys more vulnerable to attacks. Furthermore, many Android devices that have been upgraded to more secure versions ...

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Tiny Camera Can Take Photos Inside the Body

Tiny Camera Can Take Photos Inside the Body

Tiny camera can take photos inside the body. This groundbreaking development from a team of researchers at the University of Stuttgart can be injected into the body using a syringe. This new system comes as a less invasive way to get inside the body to take photographs of organs and tissue. This new technology can now be used as non-intrusive ...

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Twitter Just Twittered Out Searchable Stickers for Photos

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In a world of mildly amusing, 140-character messages, Twitter just twittered out searchable stickers for photos – and they’re just as amazing as you might’ve guessed. When was the last time you posted a photo that needed a little more pizazz? Now you can stylize all your artful masterpieces with… really cool hats and sunglasses! Twitter just announced that it ...

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Facebook’s New Suicide Prevention Tools Now Available Worldwide

Facebook’s new suicide prevention tools

Facebook’s new suicide prevention tools are now available worldwide. The social media company took this big step on Tuesday. The timing is not coincidental. The United States is experiencing a surge in suicide rates, taking it to a 30-year high. The company has made this announcement, how else, through a Facebook post. The post on Facebook Safety page states that ...

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Android Microsoft Band 2 now supports Cortana

"Android Microsoft Band 2 now supports Cortana"

Android Microsoft Band 2 now supports Cortana, bringing new treats to Android phone users. Be quick to take a look at the latest update for Microsoft Health. The most recent version of the app now comes with Cortana for Android allowing users to access the personal assistant straight from their wrist. After you update your Health app, you can use ...

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How Australia Looks out for Phone Addicts

"How Australia Looks out for Phone Addicts"

Australia looks out for phone addicts because we’re now officially glued to our smartphones. It’s easy to get distracted while you’re on the street, browsing through the news or check-in up on what’s new in your Facebook news feed. It’s also easy for something bad to happen to you if you can’t take your eyes off the screen while crossing ...

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