aWallet – An awesome Password Manager
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aWallet – An awesome Password Manager

Today, we are living in the world of Internet which has made our life easy, seamless and comfortable. We are fully dependent on Internet in our daily use. We used to make online purchasing, bill payments,money transfer by a Single Click! Isn’t amazing? But one common problem we usually used…

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Samsung’s Smart Switch is a ‘Pain Relief’ for non NFC users
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Samsung’s Smart Switch is a ‘Pain Relief’ for non NFC users

Samsung introduces a Smart Switch to transfer data between Galaxy phones with. The handsets lagging NFC (Near Field Communication) feature are no longer deprived of easy “Data Transferring” with a simple touch of two devices.All you need to do is to download and install the app from “Samsung App Store”…

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Blackberry’s Rejuvenation
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Blackberry’s Rejuvenation

It is not so easy to launch a flagship device amidst all the gloom about Blackberry’ current fortunes. But that hasn’t stopped the company from launching Z30, maybe the company’s last shot to regain its foothold in the smartphone market. Undoubtedly Z30 is the company’s biggest, boldest, most advanced gadget…

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Google promotes Nexus 5
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Google promotes Nexus 5

Google has launched Nexus 5 on 31st October, 2013 with latest version of Android operating system (4.4 KitKat). It has a very appreciable PPI (~445) that makes the resolution of the screen very much prodigious. The Full HD display, superbly powerful processor, sleek design and brand-spanking new Android KitKat (4.4)…

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Apple iPhone 5C – ‘C’ Does not necessarily stand for ‘Cheap’
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Apple iPhone 5C – ‘C’ Does not necessarily stand for ‘Cheap’

It seems that Apple’s pride just couldn’t stomach jibes suggesting that the ‘C’ would stand for ‘cheap’, and have hardly made any concessions on price. Purchasing 5C out of contract will lead you back £469 for the 16 GB version and £549 for the 32 GB model. Obviously contract prices…

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