Unknown Sources: Everything you need to know!

The Unknown Sources setting isn’t the mystery — or the demon — it’s made out to be if you know a little bit about it. To install apps that you downloaded from somewhere besides the “official” app store from Google or the company that made your phone, you need to enable the “allow unknown sources” setting. There has always been …

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Computex 2017: Intel unveils four credit card-sized ‘Compute Cards’

Intel had announced its Compute Card solution at CES 2017 for smart devices. The idea behind this computing format is that these credit card-sized devices can slide in and out of other host devices to make them smart. It’s a logical extension to the company’s Compute Stick devices that are attached behind TVs to make them media centre PCs. The company …

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Galaxy S8 Tip: How to activate Download Booster

We honestly believe that Download Booster is one of the most underrated features Samsung bakes into its version of Android. For those unaware, the software tweak allows your device to download applications and files that exceed 30MB a lot faster by using LTE and Wi-Fi connections simultaneously. Download Booster has been available on Galaxy devices for a long time, but Samsung no longer notifies users …

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Computex 2017: NVIDIA “Max-Q” makes thin and light gaming laptops a reality

NVIDIA today announced its groundbreaking new “Max-Q” design for gaming notebooks, making them a lot thinner as well as lighter. Going forward, you can expect laptop manufacturers to come up with much more compact gaming laptops, while delivering the same level of performance that the current crop of “bulky” gaming laptops is capable of. With its latest Pascal-based GPU, NVIDIA …

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