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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.

LG G2 to receive Android 5.0.1 Lollipop firmware update

Lollipop, the latest Android installment for smartphones continues to evade most smartphone users because of a lack of compatible updates. Even though LG was one of the first smartphone companies to start incorporating the Lollipop version in its smartphones (LG G3), quick updating for legacy devices has been a little on the slower side. However, according to a couple of ...

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CES 2015 concludes wrapping up the drones, wearables, self-driving cars and more

2015 is going to be another spectacular year for gadgets and technology. Not just top companies, many new players are also trying to prove their mettle with wearables, drones and new innovations like 3D printing. Many startups have come forward and launched electronic products at CES. The Consumer Electronics Show was a wonderful experience as many new trends and rumors ...

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Buick jumps back on the convertible bandwagon with Cascada

Buick, which is currently the oldest active North American automotive maker and one amongst the oldest automobile brands in the world, has once again proved that it is dedicated towards re-inventing the wheel, so to say. Starting from January 12, the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) putatively known as the Detroit Auto Show became the perfect host to Buick’s ...

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20 Best Android Apps You Should Try In 2015

The app world has only become bigger and vaster than before as we enter the New Year. However, much of the app world is populated by imitative me-too copies of popular apps. Also, there is nothing available for the Android user to find out the best apps for his/her use. Therefore, we dived into this huge ocean of apps that are ...

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Sprint’s aggressive campaign adds nearly a million new subscribers in Q3

Sprint’s marketing drive towards the end of the year 2014 (3rd Quarter), designed for converting rival companies’ subscribers with its promotion of the ‘cut your bill in half‘ campaign has paid back rich dividends. Sprint’s CEO Marcelo Claure, who recently spoke at an investor conference in Las Vegas said that Sprint’s focused campaign not only reversed its earlier customer losses to ...

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Deezer buys AT&T Cricket’s Muve Music to compete with Spotify

Great news for all the music lovers, as the online streaming gets cheaper and hotter in 2015. Deezer a France based music streaming service just acquired Muve, AT&T subsidiary, Cricket Wireless’ very own music service. For the first time Spotify will be facing the heat from Deezer, which will be available to all the Cricket users for free trial. Deezer ...

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Struggling BlackBerry launches BBM service for Android Wear

The erstwhile communications biggie RIM, which pioneered the smart phone revolution, has unveiled a new BlackBerry’s BBM service for smart Android Wear. RIM, the Canadian company, which ruled the roost amongst device manufacturers and messaging service providers, in the years gone by, have now managed to crawl back into innovating itself once again. However, Blackberry may be extra cautious this ...

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Comet Lovejoy to cast a green spell in the night sky, this January

Officially catalogued as the comet C/2014 Q2, but popularly named as Comet ‘Lovejoy’, a new heavenly visitor will become the latest guest in the earth’s night sky. The green colored comet which appears almost as a spell shot in the air by a wizard’s wand was named ‘Lovejoy’ after it was spotted by the amateur astronomer Terry Lovejoy, who discovered ...

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