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Resetting your phone doesn’t actually delete everything – KRMG

Resetting your phone doesn't actually delete everything KRMG BlackBerry and Apple products have wipe tools that can take care of the problem. But Androids are a different story. Because of how the systems store memory, the reset tool does not get rid of everything. (Via CNET). Mashable reports some secure-wipe ... and more »

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Report: Roku Beats Out Apple TV In US Media Streaming – Mashable

Report: Roku Beats Out Apple TV In US Media Streaming Mashable Part of the upward shift is due to an increased awareness of media streaming as a viable alternative to traditional TV, Parks Associates analyst Barbara Kraus told Mashable . The preference of Roku over Apple TV largely has to do with brand image ... and more »

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Report: Nearly 80% of Apps in Apple’s App Store Are Basically Lifeless – Mashable

Sydney Morning Herald Report: Nearly 80% of Apps in Apple's App Store Are Basically Lifeless Mashable Apple's App Store is touting some impressive accomplishments to mark its sixth birthday on Thursday. For starters, there have been 75 billion downloads to date and developers have earned $15 billion for their creations. But according to a report from ... Nearly 80 per cent of apps in App Store are basically lifeless Sydney Morning Herald all 304 news articles »

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Asus VivoTab Note 8 Tablet Is Wrong Size, Wrong OS – Mashable

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Tablet Is Wrong Size, Wrong OS Mashable Like nearly all mobile device cameras, VivoTab's snapper shouldn't be trusted for capturing precious moments. Outdoor shots tend toward the yellow/green end of the color temperature spectrum; indoor shots, since the VivoTab doesn't include a flash, are ... and more »

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Seinfeld emojis exist! – Daily Life

Daily Life Seinfeld emojis exist! Daily Life "It's a real thing that people will actually be able to use," Shaukat told Mashable . "It will let people use these on Twitter, ... "It's very limiting what Apple (or even Android ) lets us do with emoji, mostly for technical reasons," he said. "We came ... and more »

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Hip to Be Square: BlackBerry Comes to Defense of Its Latest Smartphone Design – brandchannel.com

Hip to Be Square: BlackBerry Comes to Defense of Its Latest Smartphone Design brandchannel.com As Mashable notes, “the phone's layout also lacks a full keyboard, omitting several popular keys like shift and caps,” but BlackBerry defended the decision, saying that "when you are looking to type stories or notes, your virtual keyboard doesn't cover ... and more »

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