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Upcoming 5G Networks Will Be Able to Download Movies and Games in a Second

Mar 8th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Upcoming 5G Networks Will Be Able to Download Movies and Games in a Second

4G LTE is fast enough for some people, but most people are dreaming of a future with no load times. That elusive future may never happen, but that doesn’t mean we can’t try. Countries and research institutes around the world are investing in 5G communications research. 5G – if it fulfills its promise – will allow us to download games and movies in “a second”. That information was

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5 Limitations of the Google Chromebook

Mar 1st 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

5 Limitations of the Google Chromebook

If you believe Microsoft’s Scroogled campaign, then Chromebooks are useless pieces of plastic garbage that only let you use Google Search and that’s it. If you have a brain and have used a Chromebook for more than 2 seconds, then you know that’s not really the case. Somewhere between the Scroogled extreme and the “Chromebook does everything” extreme lies the truth. Today, I’m goi

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How to Manage All Your Android and iOS Devices From your PC

Jan 27th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

How to Manage All Your Android and iOS Devices From your PC

It’s 2014, and unless you’ve been in jail for the last 30 years, you probably have multiple electronic devices in your home. Personally, I have a desktop PC, laptop PC, eReader, smartphone, and iPod that I use on a near-daily basis. Managing all of these devices can often be a pain – especially when you’re trying to coordinate information between all of the devices or transfer files aro

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Want Free Wi-Fi in San Francisco? Just Walk Down Main Street As City Activates New Ad-Free Wireless Network

Dec 19th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Want Free Wi-Fi in San Francisco? Just Walk Down Main Street As City Activates New Ad-Free Wireless Network

Free Wi-Fi is a beautiful thing. Fortunately, it’s a beautiful thing that is becoming more and more common across America. Supermarkets have free Wi-Fi. Restaurants have free Wi-Fi. And yes, Starbucks and McDonald’s will likely always have free Wi-Fi. But San Francisco – already one of the most tech-happy cities on the planet – has taken free Wi-Fi to another level. The city of San F

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How to Prevent Google Maps From Tracking Your Location History

Dec 16th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

How to Prevent Google Maps From Tracking Your Location History

Did you know Google Maps tracks your location history? You probably did. But did you know you can still view that data years after it’s collected? If you have an Android phone, then Google is tracking everywhere your GPS signal goes. It’s kind of creepy, kind of cool, and kind of helpful all rolled into one. You can check out your location data here: https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/

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Apple Investigating iPad Airs After Tablet Explodes in Australian Apple Retailer

Nov 13th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Apple Investigating iPad Airs After Tablet Explodes in Australian Apple Retailer

Apple unveiled its latest iPad lineup just a few weeks ago. Headlining that lineup was the new iPad Air, which aims to be thinner, smaller, but more powerful… blah blah blah who cares. Unfortunately for Apple, it might have a bigger problem on its hands than consumer apathy. Apple is currently investigating claims that an iPad Air exploded in an Australian Vodafone Store, causing customers an

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Check Out the World’s Cheapest Windows PC – Just $40

Jun 16th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Check Out the World’s Cheapest Windows PC – Just $40

If you’ve ever bought Windows from a tech store, then you know it generally costs between $70 to $200, depending on which version you get. Well, a PC manufacturer managed to find a way around that price and sell a PC for $40. That’s right: today we’re going to tell you about the world’s cheapest Windows PC. At a price of just $40, the Sylvania 7” WiFi Netbook easily wins that title. C

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Toys R Us announces tablet for kids

Sep 10th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Toys R Us announces tablet for kids

Tablet computers are changing the world every day. However, most tablet computers are geared towards hip, technology-oriented adults. However, the “tablets for kids” market hasn’t been totally ignored, and parents who are interested in teaching their kids about technology have several different options on the market. Well, the kids tablet computer market is about to become a little more d

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Android the primary target for mobile malware

May 16th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Android the primary target for mobile malware

While most PC users are well aware of the dangers of malware, very few phone users take any precautions against viruses. That may be about to change. A recent study concluded that 75% of phone-based malware now targets Android-based devices. While 75% seems like a big number, mobile viruses are not quite as widespread as you may think. Antivirus firm F-Secure concluded that, of the 49 different

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