Steam Locomotive 0

This security measure is supposed to protect me how exactly?

I’m not going to name the company here as this really is a question of what was the intent? I attempted to log into a

July 21, 2017 Editorials
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Tasker 5.0 is available via Google Play Store

If you are into Tasker, it comes as no surprise to you that Tasker 5.0 is available via Google Play. The beta builds has been available

July 20, 2017 Tasker
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Azulle announces new Byte 3

We walked away impressed after reviewing The Access and Byte plus from Azulle. It appears they’re not content to rest on their laurels and are gearing up for back

July 20, 2017 Pocketables
Syncwire UnbreakCable 0

You can replace your failing cords often, or get an UnbreakCable

The Syncwire UnbreakCable(s) is a line of USB C, Micro-USB, and Lightning tough little cables sold at Wal-Mart that come with a lifetime warranty in

July 19, 2017 Accessories, Reviews
Kensington VeriMark 0

Add Fingerprint Authentication to Windows 10 With the VeriMark Fingerprint Key

Not too long ago I had the chance to review PQI’s My Lockey fingerprint reader for Windows 10. Now, I’ve been offered the chance to

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Lexar 256gb 1000x UHS-II microSD review

  When we looked at the fastest card we’ve reviewed it impressed everywhere except capacity. With that said sometimes you need just a little more

July 18, 2017 Accessories, Pocketables
News Republic wants back in... no 0

How to uninstall News Republic without root

This works for any pre-installed bloatware and doesn’t require root. You’ll need a computer, a working ADB setup, and a phone with News Republic preinstalled.

July 18, 2017 Good and EVO, Tutorials
HTC U11 0

HTC to stop placing advertising on HTC Keyboard (TouchPal)

In the never ending quest to nickle and dime you and turn every experience into a subscription or transactional based one, HTC started putting advertising

July 17, 2017 Good and EVO
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Video Tutorial Building Your 1st Mycroft skill with python & an API 6:30pm EDT

We’re excited to announce that guest poster Brian [email protected]@btotharye is back with another Mycroft adventure! As you’ll remember from Brian’s last Pocketable’s article, Mycroft is an OpenSource

July 13, 2017 AI, Hacks, IoT, Linux, Tutorials
Koogeek P2 Smart Plug 0

Koogeek P2 WiFi Smart Plug lets you toggle power remotely

The Koogeek Smart Plug P2 is a relatively inexpensive solution to turning the power on and off remotely without having to purchase a smart home

July 13, 2017 Accessories, Reviews
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