Annoyed by an Android app that you can’t uninstall? The app you’re trying to remove probably came preinstalled on your device. It might have been provided by the manufacturer, your mobile network, or as a part of Android itself. Don’t be discouraged; you can still remove unwanted system apps from Android. It’s tricky, but not

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You could argue that one of the best features of Android is the ability to use widgets. These handy tools reside on your home screen and let you see information at a quick glance without the need to open an app. Of all the widgets you can put on your Android screen, a weather widget

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Many people think that Google Play is the only option Android users have for downloading apps. But there are actually quite a few quality alternatives. Additionally, if you’ve bought a device that isn’t authorized to run the Play Store, getting access can be very difficult (if not impossible). You’ll have no choice but to use

Your smartphone has a vast amount of components inside. If one of these components isn’t working correctly, it can ruin your whole experience. But how do you pinpoint exactly what is wrong with your device? Maybe the accelerometer seems a bit off, or web browsing on mobile data or Wi-Fi feels sluggish. How about if

YouTube Music and Google Play Music. Allo and Hangouts. Google Plus and Orkut. Google loves to duplicate its apps and services. The situation is no different for cord cutters and streamers: one company, two completely different solutions. So, if you’re wondering whether you should buy a Google Chromecast or an Android TV device, keep reading.

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It’s no surprise that the end of 2018 had its fair share of cybersecurity stories. As ever, there’s so much going on in the world of online privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity that keeping up is tricky. Our monthly security digest will help you keep tabs on the most important security and privacy news every

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