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There are many situations in which your Gmail account could be inadvertently exposed, especially if you access your inbox from different devices throughout the day. Perhaps you had to borrow a phone or laptop in a rush and forgot to log out; or when you need to allow someone to use your main PC.
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If you need to do some hardcore multitasking on your Windows PC, a second monitor can go a long way towards getting things done. If you opt to “extend” your Windows desktop across a dual monitor setup, it’s as if you have two computers side by side, with each display getting its own set of windows and programs that can be open simultaneously.
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Blazer & T-shirt
Starting with the basics, a blazer and t-shirt look is an easy option to pull off, even for those last minute plans. Whether you opt for a beige blazer or black, pairing it with a white t-shirt will always create a laid back, smart casual vibe to your look; essentially allowing yourself to throw on a extra accessory or two.
Denim Jacket, Shirt & Blazer
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Best new phones 2017: Highlights
1. Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
2. Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus
3. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
4. LG G6
5. HTC 11
6. Sony Xperia X
6. OnePlus 4
7. Microsoft surface
Best new phones 2017: Apple iPhone 8 &
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 8 UK release date: September 2017
Apple is set to go big on the iPhone’s 10th anniversary,
which could go some way to make up for this year’s
relatively minor upgrade. A combination of design and
hardware changes should make the iPhone 8 the most
radical new iPhone to date.
The iPhone 8 could be the iPhone that resembles a single sheet
of glass with an edge-to-edge OLED screen. According to an
Apple supplier, at least one of the company’s new iPhones
for 2017 will have a glass body. The TouchID scanner is
thought to be hidden within the glass, while the physical
Home button will be gone.
Other rumours suggest the iPhone 8 will feature wireless
charging for the first time, and possible biometric features
such as facial recognition or iris scanning. It’ll run the Apple
A11 processor and motion co-processor, and be devilishly fast.
1. 3 RAM
2. A10 chipset processor
3. It will run on iOS 11
2. HTC 11
HTC 11 UK release date: April 2017
HTC has launched its new phones at MWC in recent years,
but skipped the show in 2016 and held its own event to
unveil the HTC 10 (pictured). We expect its sucessor to be
launched in March/April 2017 and to have the upgrades
you’d expect: a faster processor, more RAM and – hopefully
– better battery life.
An early leak suggests HTC is about to reverse its
fortunes with the HTC 11 – if you thought the last two HTC
flagships were a little boring, prepare to be blown away by
the HTC 11. If true, it will have a Snapdragon 835
processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a higher-
capacity battery with Quick Charge 4.0 and a 5.5in Quad-
HD screen. That’s a very high-end spec, so we’d guess
that the standard model would have less RAM and
3. LG G6
LG G6 UK release date: 26 February 2016 (TBC)
LG is rumoured to ditch its modular design for the G6 and
potentially adopt a new glass front and rear. In common
with the Samsung Galaxy S-series with which it competes
it is likely to feature fast wireless charging and see a
processor and graphics bump to ready the phone for VR.
One of the most interesting rumours about the LG G6 is
that it will feature a new type of iris scanner that uses
the same sensor as the phone’s front camera, a space-
and cost-saving measure that is made possible through
use of a special filter.
1. UHD display same as 4k
2. 5 GB RAM
3. Snapdragon 830
4. 26 MP 4k supportable camera
4. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 UK release date: August 2017
Following the Note 7 problems there are a lot of whispers
about Samsung at the moment. The failure of the Note 7
has badly bruised its reputation, and it’s hurt its bottom
line. Some say it will look to mend its reputation by
announcing the Note 8 in February 2017 alongside the
Galaxy S8, while others say it will drop its Note line
altogether. Samsung thinks differently, and it isn’t about
to give up on its second annual cash cow just yet. We’d
expect to see the Note 8 in August 2017.
Surefire specs include a 5.7in Quad-HD or SuperAMOLED
screen with S Pen support, a powerful processor and RAM
combo capable of the very best mobile VR experience, a
dual camera, waterproofing and more.
5. Samsung Galaxy S8
& Galaxy S8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S8 UK release date: February 2017
Samsung traditionally holds an Unpacked event in which
it unveils its new S-series flagship the day before MWC. In
2017 this tradeshow runs from 27 February to 2 March, so
we expect to see a new Galaxy S8 on Sunday 26 February
2017. Expect it to go on sale in early March 2017.
For its now-discontinued Galaxy Note 7 Samsung merged
its ‘Edge’ and standard models, so perhaps we’ll see the
same with the merging of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge. We
think there will still be two Galaxy S8 models, but it will
only be the size differentiating their screens. In which
case the S8 edge might instead be known as the S8 Plus,
or similar. In any case you should expect more of the same
metal and glass front/back design it introduced last year
in the S6 and in 2016 has extended to the A-series.
A big change in the design, though, is likely to be the loss
of the Home button, with the fingerprint scanner built
into the now ‘bezel-less’ (at least on three edges) screen.
The headphone jack could go too, with Samsung expected
to favour USB-C for digital audio.
When it arrives, you can expect the S8 to be the fastest
phone money can buy, with a top-of-the-range processor
and 6GB (or even 8GB) of RAM. There will more than likely
be a super-high-resolution 5.1in screen – Samsung may
even move up from Quad-HD to Ultra-HD, which is all the
more likely given the importance being placed on VR in
Android Nougat, which this phone will run – although
there are rumours we could see a larger 5.5in or even
1. It will run on Android 7.0
2. Snapdragon 830 and Exynos 8895 processor
3. 6GB RAM Powered
4. 4k, screen 5.5-inch.
Now that Samsung has discontinued its Note 7, it’s going
to want to make the Galaxy S8 an absolute belter to mend
6. Microsoft Surface Phone
Surface Phone rumours have been few and far between,
leading some to think it’s nothing more than a myth. But
it was recently revealed by Wired that Microsoft Corporate
VP Panos Panay has been working on a prototype of a new
Should it truly exist, the Surface Phone is expected to
arrive in 2016, with a 5.5in Quad-HD AMOLED display, 4GB
of RAM, 64- and 128GB storage options (with microSD
support), a 64-bit Intel processor and 21Mp rear- and 8Mp
front cameras. The Surface Phone could also get a Surface
Pen and a USB-C port.
Microsoft is expected to hold an event in early 2017 to
unveil its updated Surface Pro 5, so this is the next
possible release date for the Surface Phone.
7. Sony Xperia X Series (Phone in
After denying the expected Xperia Z6 device in MWC
2016, they had announced the new Xperia X series
instead of continuing the old Z series, so may they bring
some extreme high-end best smartphone from X series
in 2017. We had already witnessed a high-end
smartphone from sony called Sony Xperia XZ Dual , which
comes with a 23 MP Primary camera and all other high-
end stuff. The next Best phone in 2017 will be highly
focused, and will pack more power, performance. As sony
is known for its camera which we have tested on its Z5 ,
XZ , this time it will come with more megapixels in front
and back. The smartphone will be good with water, as we
all know that Sony’s flagship smartphones comes with
waterproof Tech, which isn’t so new. The best Phone 2017
will be packed with some of the best specification which
we can look below, however that’s all are yet rumors
nothing is confirmed.
1. 30 MP camera
2. 6 GB RAM
3. Android 7.0
4. Snapdragon 830
8. OnePlus 4 (Phone in 2017)
The device will be the successor to its previous variant
named OnePlus 3T. We all know that each year OnePlus
create its best flagship smartphone, which is among the
best, so surely it will be the best phone of the year 2017
without any doubt. If we talk about One the upcoming
OnePlus 4, the rumors about this device is hot. In the
specs department it is expected to comes with
Qualcomm’s SD 835 processor. The phone is expected to
be powered by 8GB of RAM beacuse now, 6GB is common
and OnePlus is well known for it’s upgraded devices
every time so we can 8GB of RAM in this smartphone.
The battery capicity will be of more than 4000mAh. The
device is expected to come with a 4K resolutions display.
It will have 21MP rear camera and in the front. It will
start disclosing more things as we move forward in 2017.
Do you love some android apps but not yet ported to windows? here is a tutorial on how to install some of your favorite android apps on windows mobile. Please read the tutorial carefully before attempting it. If you are not still clear on the process you can watch the video tutorial. As this process can brick your device if performed wrongly.
How to install android apk on windows 10 mobile
Keep in mind that getting APKs without permission is piracy and you should be aware of local laws.
Before we start, keep in mind that this may damage your device. We wouldn’t recommend trying this, but if you really want to, you can feel free to do so at your own risk.
Here is the list of supported devices:
Nokia Lumia 920
Nokia Lumia 925
Nokia Lumia 929 (icon)
Nokia Lumia 830
Nokia Lumia 930
Nokia Lumia 1520
Nokia Lumia 635 (1GB RAM variant)
Nokia Lumia 730
Nokia Lumia 820
Nokia Lumia 435
Nokia Lumia 928
If you have one of the above devices, here’s how to install the apps:
Download wconnect and Android SDK’s ADB tool from here.
Unzip both of the files on the folder
Open the folder wconnect, then install IpOverUsbInstaller.msi and vcredist_x86.exe
Go to your Windows 10 Mobile’s Settings page, then head over to Update & Security > For Developers and enable Developers Mode, as well as Device Discovery
Now go to the extracted wconnect folder, then open an elevated command prompt (Shift+right click > Open command window here)
After that, you’ll need to connect to the phone — and there’s two way of doing that (USB method is recommended):
If you want to connect using USB, type wconnect.exe usb and hit enter
And if you want to connect over Wi-Fi, type wconnect.exe 192.168.xxx.xxx (replace the xxx with your network’s IP)
Then it’ll ask for the pairing code, just type the pairing code and hit enter
After that, navigate to the extracted adb folder and open an elevated command prompt
To make sure that your device is connected, type adb devices and hit enter to show the list of devices that are connected
Lastly, place the APK file that you want to install on the same directory (adb folder) and type in adb install APKNAME.apk (replace APKNAME with the APK file’s name)
Just wait for it to do its thing and you should be able to install the Android app on your Windows 10 device
Still not clear on the process, watch you can watch the video tutorial.
The latest version of Windows Phone isn’t called Windows Phone at all, it’s called Windows 10 Mobile, because rather
than being a bespoke mobile operating system it’s a version of the full fat Windows 10 that Microsoft is shipping on
desktops. That makes it powerful, versatile and unique from its mobile competition, the fiercest of which is Android Marshmallow .The latest version of Google’s smartphone OS is taking its time to arrive on handsets, but it’s worth the wait, thanks to smart features and a whole lot of polish. If you’re in the enviable position of buying a new phone and aren’t sure which OS to go for here’s what you need to know. The Look There was a time when Android wasn’t much to look at and it’s still got a fairly understated design, but it’s clean and attractive. It uses the Material Design language from Android Lollipop , but with a few tweaks, with clear icons, so you always know exactly what
you’re about to tap on and unity of design, where everything just works together. While it looks good, Android 6.0 Marshmallow operates in much the same way as Android and even iOS have for years. Apps are arranged in a grid of icons on your home screen and you can put favorites in a bar at the bottom which stays the same across all home screens. It’s an overly familiar design, but it does make it instantly intuitive. The open nature of Android also means you can customize it to your liking, with widgets, which add clocks, calendars, weather information and more to your home screen. Or you can even download a whole new skin, to completely change the look.
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What does this mean? While it has been previously reported that Apple will introduce wireless charging into its phones. new evidence for this rumor has been revealed in an exclusive report from Nikkei Asian Review. The report states that Foxconn Technology Group, one of Apple’s main charging modules for the 2017 iphone.
Wireless charging has been around for a few years, and other manufacturers like samsung have been quick to incorporate this technology into their phones. While this method of charging has yet to be adopted by Apple’s phones (The Apple watch does in fact use wireless charging) That does not mean that the company isn’t thinking about it. Previous report shows that Apple has been acquiring engineers from wireless charging companies.
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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 could have a whole lot of display, at least according to a recent report by Korean
publication The Investor. The report from The Investor, comes after the iMiD 2016 display exhibition that took place in Seoul last week. According to the report, Park Won-sang, an engineer for Samsung’s display manufacturing unit, said that the front of next year’s phone will be comprised of over 90 percentage screen space. The average display area ratio (which is the percentage of the front of the phone taken up by the screen) of current smartphones is around 80 percent, according to The Investor report. If this rumor is true, this would mean that the S8 could feature at least 10 percent more screen than earlier devices. It is unknown how Samsung’s famous curved displays would count for this percentage.But Samsung isn’t planning on stopping at 90 percent. According to the same engineer, Samsung could aim for a device that is up to 99 percent screen. This reflects an ongoing trend to make smartphones mostly screen. Recently we got to see the Xiaomi Mi Mix , a phone that is almost entirely comprised of screen.
Regardless of whether this Galaxy S8 rumor is true,
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