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How to avoid Pokemon Go malware – CNET

Taylor Martin/CNET Pokemon Go is a mobile phenom unlike anything we've ever seen. Players are going out with the augmented reality app on their phones, finding Pokemon all over the real world. They are also finding themselves in shady situations, stumbling across a dead body and (on the positive side ...

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Ringing Bells Freedom 251 Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

Manish Singh/CNET Four. That's how many dollars the Freedom 251 costs in the US. It's a shockingly low number, especially if you're used to doling out $600 for a flagship phone. And despite raising many eyebrows when it was unveiled by Indian company Ringing Bells back in February -- with some doubting that the phone would materialise at that price...

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These are the Chromebooks that support Android apps – CNET

Google has announced that the Play store and more than one million Android apps will soon be available to Chromebooks. That means starting in mid-June, you will be able to run apps like Facebook Messenger, Clash of Clans and more right on your Chromebook, Chromebox or Chromebase. The first devices that will support Android apps will be the ...

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Virtual Reality Technology

Virtual Reality Technology To say that virtual reality technology has at long last arrived would not exactly be right, but rather it is nearer than any time in recent memory. How about we examine this new and creating headway in our lives. Virtual reality technology has taken our dreams and …

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How to encrypt your iOS or Android device – CNET

Sarah Tew/CNET The battle between Apple and the FBI brought a renewed focus on the importance of encryption. Regardless of what your opinion on the case may be, I shouldn't have to explain the significance of protecting your personal data, and it all starts with your smartphone. These devices hold personal photos, private messages, emails, and sometimes...

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Yellow Nexus 5X screen? Here’s the fix – CNET

At the time of launch, many Nexus 5X owners noticed that their device's display was appearing a bit too warm, or yellow. The only remedy for this issue was to exchange the device for another, but that didn't guarantee the next device's screen would be any better than the previous one. As a solution, Google's Android security ...

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