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How to Setup Google’s 2-Step Verification

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Every one has a fear of your account getting hacked by some bad hackers. The hackers can hack the account and get the confidential or important information. To protect us from these hackers, Google has feature to protect your accounts. It is the “2-Step verification”.  So What does 2-step verification do? When you enable 2-Step Verification, you add an extra layer …

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Google Rolling Out Android 6.0.1 February Security Update

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Google keeps on pushing monthly security updates for Android every month. The company released security updates in November, December, January and now its time for February. Google has fixed multiple Wi-Fi flaws, mediaserver & More bugs with this releases. Before seeing the complete change log lets see for which all devices the update is being rolled out. Change-Log for February …

C Tutorial

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C is a general-purpose, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis M. Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories to develop the UNIX operating system. C is the most widely used computer language. It keeps fluctuating at number one scale of popularity along with Java programming language, which is also equally popular and most widely used among modern …

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High time for Google to fix Android tablet apps

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Here’s the thing, though: It’s now 2016. Android has been out for eight years, a serious player for six years, and on tablets for five. Android tablets took a few years to really get going; for a while, there were lots of them, and all of them are mediocre. That’s changed. If you’re looking to buy a new tablet, there are …

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LG to unveil 18-inch OLED display that ‘can be rolled up like a newspaper

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LG, Samsung, Sony, and other display manufacturers have unveiled flexible screens before, but this concept is more advanced, and frankly, stunning. The company is showing off at CES 2016 an 18-inch rollable display that can be rolled up like a newspaper. What’s interesting about this is the sheer size of the panel, if you can call it such; most manufacturers have …

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Windows 10:Hidden Features

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Now that Windows 10 is out and millions of people are already running it, let’s take a look at some of the best hidden features, tips, and tricks in the operating system. If you’re still on the fence, take note: You really do want Windows 10, despite a lot of the gripes we’ve shared over the past several months. It’s …

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New Top 7 Fun Google Tricks

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After a long time I have decided to post something amazing for my friends so I have select this post.. Maybe to help dispel the wacky notion that geeks are boring, or maybe to prove that Search isn’t all work and no play and Sergei and Larry are by no means dull boys, Google every-once-in-a-Google-Moon leavens their spam-fighting and user experience-enhancing …

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Asus Zenfone Max Launching on 4th January

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Recently Asus India has tweeted “BeUnstoppable in 2016. Mark your calendar for the 4th of January 12PM”. The tag line in the tweet says “Never RUN out of POWER, never Ever”. The main feature of this smartphone is that it has a very massive battery capacity of 5000mAh. And the other interesting feature of Asus Zenfone Max is that you …