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How to use Flex Storage on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

How to use Flex Storage on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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One of the features in Android 6.0 Marshmallow that hasn't gained many headlines is called Flex Storage.  The new feature will allow you to use external storage on your device as internal storage. It's likely to be popular, as you'll be able to buy a... >>

That crazy successful Exploding Kittens card game is now an iPhone app

That crazy successful Exploding Kittens card game is now an iPhone app

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One of the most-backed campaigns on Kickstarter is now an iPhone game. Remember Exploding Kittens? It's an excellent card game. Because, well, anything with kittens and explosions and cards is perfect. The world seems to agree with us too, because within... >>

You can now pre-order your Starbucks coffee from an iPhone or Android phone at any UK branch

You can now pre-order your Starbucks coffee from an iPhone or Android phone at any UK branch

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Starbucks has rolled out its Mobile Order & Pay service to all outlets in the UK. You can now use your iPhone or Android phone to pre-order your coffee and other Starbucks goodies to be ready for you when you arrive at 300 stores up and down the country.... >>

Sky Go refreshed with new design, additional features to follow

Sky Go refreshed with new design, additional features to follow

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Sky has started to roll-out a redesigned Sky Go experience that will eventually reach all devices and be the de facto standard going forward. Starting with the online browser and Android versions, the new Sky Go has a brand new home page and look. The... >>

15 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

15 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

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Email. Ugh. Just seeing that word can bring a wave of stress upon us like nothing else. It wastes time, clutters both professional and personal lives, and is impossible to organise. Well, almost. Within the last few years, several new email apps have... >>

A new version of Minecraft is launching this summer just for classrooms

A new version of Minecraft is launching this summer just for classrooms

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Minecraft isn't just a block-based game. It's also a learning tool. Seriously. Educators have been using a version of Minecraft for the classroom, called MinecraftEdu, since 2011 in more than 40 countries to help teach all types of subjects, from math... >>

7 best apps for planning your vacation or holiday

7 best apps for planning your vacation or holiday

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January is a pretty depressing month all in all. It tends to be cold and wet and many of us have the added bonus of having very little cash to our names. But let's forget about that money situation for a minute and focus on cheering ourselves up. We could... >>

Five parental control apps for Android devices

Five parental control apps for Android devices

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The internet is a fantastic source of information. Whether you use it for social media, researching or cheating on the pub quiz, you can discover nearly anything you need to know these days. But while you might be happy to have unlimited access to all... >>

We went through a tech detox by playing an iOS game, can you?

We went through a tech detox by playing an iOS game, can you?

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Distractions are a problem in modern family life. It’s all too easy to let the weekend slip away spending more time staring at a screen rather than engaging with your children. For kids too there are ever more shiny things vying for their attention.... >>

Apple iCloud Drive explained: What is it and how does it work?

Apple iCloud Drive explained: What is it and how does it work?

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So... you have no clue what iCloud Drive is or how to use it. Well, you’re not the only one. Apple isn’t exactly good at launching streamlined, simplified services. It’s great with hardware and software interfaces, but as you likely know, it’s... >>