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  • Mobile phones have revolutionized communications over the past few decades. These devices have many advantages, but here I list 18 of the disadvantages.

    18 Disadvantages of Mobile Phones

    18 Disadvantages of Mobile Phones

    by Paul Goodman16

  • In this article, I review the LG V20 Android smartphone. I go over what I like and do not like about the phone. I have owned the phone for over a year, and I have an unlocked LG-US996. I talk about the battery, second screen, SD card, and other features.

    LG V20 Review

    LG V20 Review

    by Eric Farmer7

  • The Google Pixel was one of the best smartphone releases of late 2016, featuring one of the best cameras around. Does it still hold its own against the newest flagships? Let's explore it in this article, and find out if it is something that you can use as a daily driver in 2019, like I still do.

    Does the Google Pixel Still Hold Up in 2019?

    Does the Google Pixel Still Hold Up in 2019?

    by Hunter Dollar2

  • iOS 13 has a host of new features for iPhone and iPad fans. Update today and discover the best of what Apple has to offer for mobile devices. Opportunity awaits.

    What's New in iOS 13 for iPhone & iPad?

    What's New in iOS 13 for iPhone & iPad?

    by Jonathan Wylie0

  • My number was being used by a telemarketer, and people thought it was me calling them. I was getting angry calls and voicemails asking why I kept calling them. My phone was being taken over. So, I decided to fight back.

    How to Stop Telemarketers From Spoofing Your Number

    How to Stop Telemarketers From Spoofing Your Number

    by L C David27

  • Become a keyboard maestro with this ultimate collection of the best iOS keyboard tricks for iPhone and iPad. How many of these top tips do you know?

    13 iOS Keyboard Tricks for iPhone & iPad

    13 iOS Keyboard Tricks for iPhone & iPad

    by Jonathan Wylie2

  • This article goes over ways to keep your Android phone secure. In this article, I discuss subjects such as pirate applications, using Root, and using custom ROMs.

    How to Secure an Android Phone

    How to Secure an Android Phone

    by Eric Farmer2

  • When you learn how to set reminders on an iPhone or iPad, you will become more productive and less forgetful. Getting things done has never been more fun!

    How to Set Reminders on iPhone and iPad

    How to Set Reminders on iPhone and iPad

    by Jonathan Wylie0

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