Category: mobile phones

Turn Your Android Tablet into a Second Monitor (screen)

Turn Your Android Tablet into a Second Monitor If you want to Turn Your Android Tablet into a Second Monitor with your laptop for example. Or use it as a monitor to keep an eye on your fans speed or CPU/GPU temperature, this tutorial is for you. I am going to upload the APK file so be sure to download it from here or you could buy it from google play store (9.41 dollars). Link from google play store: TwomonUSB Link to the APK File (FREE XD): TwomonUSBAPK This method works also for iOS devices but unfortunately, I don’t have...

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Razer Phone Revealed : a phone for gamers

What happens when a gaming computer company buys a smartphone company? They make a gaming phone, right? Not quite! Razer bought Nextbit earlier this year, and today the company has released its first smartphone. It’s not a gaming phone, but it is a phone made for gamers. We went hands-on with the Razer Phone and here’s what it was like. What’s the difference between a gaming phone and a phone made for gamers? According to Razer, it’s designed for anyone who wants a pure Android experience with the latest hardware, but it’s also got several tweaks that make it...

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Opera brings free Android VPN service

Opera brings free Android VPN service via its Android App, allowing you to visit websites anonymously , change your virtual location and stop sites from tracking you around the web. Get super fast access to everything you love on the web, for free! And you’re no longer limited by your geolocation! Opera VPN dosen’t require you to create an account and doesn’t set limits on how much data you consume through the service. So you browse anonymously without giving away your real IP Address and you can access region-locked contect by spoofing your location . Opera VPN supports several...

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Google Working On New Operating System Powered By Magenta / LK Kernel : “Fuchsia”

Google Working On New Operating System Powered By Magenta / LK Kernel : “Fuchsia” Google Working On New Operating System Powered By Magenta / LK Kernel : “Fuchsia” Google Working On New Operating System Powered By Magenta / LK Kernel : “Fuchsia”   Google apparently is working on a new operating system from scratch and apparently this new OS will be targeting both phones and PCs. This new OS called “Fuchsia” is powered by what they called it  “the Magenta” and LK kernel options. Google hasn’t formally announced this new OS while the Git repository announce it as “Pink...

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