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How to Buy Dota 2 Items using Globe GCash AMEX

September 24, 2014 |

Of the many available MOBA games, I’m particularly fond of Dota 2. It may not be forgiving to the casual player, but it can be a fun, challenging pastime once you’ve got the hang of it. Customizing your heroes with items enhances the experience even further, which this guide will teach you how to buy through GCash American Express Virtual Pay.

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How to Buy Apps/Games on Google Play Using Globe Prepaid/Postpaid

August 31, 2014 | | 12 Comments

Globe introduced a feature that let their users legally buy any content from the Google Play Store (Apps, Books, Music, etc.) as well as making in-app purchases. All transactions will be credited to the customer’s prepaid/postpaid accounts. The total amount of purchased Play Store content will be charged in a postpaid user’s monthly bill while prepaid users shall be charged with their current load balance. Read More

15-Year Old from the Philippines Invents Shoes That Can Charge Your Phone

June 6, 2014 | | 2 Comments

When I was 15, I was still in the middle of getting through the awkwardness that was high school. I’m pretty sure a lot of you were doing regular teenage stuff at the age of 15, but Angelo Casimiro, a 15-year old kid from the Philippines actually did something brilliant. Read More

How to Transfer your WeChat Message History

March 20, 2014 |

We often take our WeChat conversations for granted, only to later on regret why we never backed them up. To-do lists, dates, and other important information may be mixed within your messages with friends and co-workers. Before any unfortunate loss of data happens, read on to learn how to transfer your WeChat message history.

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How to use Android tethering and share your mobile internet connection

November 19, 2013 | | 6 Comments

One of the good things of having an Android smartphone (or other devices running on Google’s mobile operating system) is the ability to share its mobile data connection with your computer. This guide will show you how to use this technique, also known as Android tethering.

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How to disable cellular data usage for certain apps in iOS 7

November 18, 2013 |

Are you using cellular data more than you’re supposed to? Luckily for iPhone users, there’s a setting in iOS 7 that lets you disable cellular data usage on apps you specify.

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Clash of Clans: How to link your iOS and Android device

November 14, 2013 | | 4 Comments

I’ve just started playing Clash of Clans and, so far, I’m really enjoying the game. If you’ve recently switched to Android from an iOS device and want to continue where you left off, there’s an easy way to import your progress.

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How to disable Android apps

November 8, 2013 | | 2 Comments

Disabling apps that were preinstalled by the manufacturer or cellular carrier used to be a feat only available to tech-savvy users who are willing to root their mobile device. Fortunately for the average Juan, the later versions of Android have the innate ability to disable, if not totally remove, any unwanted apps.

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Do a complete KitKat makeover of your Jelly Bean device

November 6, 2013 | | 4 Comments

Giving your Jelly Bean device a launcher is a start, but the makeover is not complete without apps and the other aesthetic changes in Android 4.4 KitKat. Continue reading to learn how to add them on your device.

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Install Android 4.4 KitKat Launcher on your Jelly Bean smartphone

November 3, 2013 | | 11 Comments

The launcher in Android 4.4 KitKat has underwent a major overhaul and introduces an unlimited number of home screens, new and bigger icons, and more visual changes. If you want to give it a try, the APK is already available online and can be installed on devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or later.

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How to set up your own Google+ vanity URL

November 2, 2013 |

No longer will Google+ users have to share a long and forgettable URL for friends to find them on the popular alternative to Facebook. The search giant is finally rolling out Google+ vanity URLs to let users customize their profile link.

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Productivity Boost: How to Add Multiple Displays to Your Laptop

October 28, 2013 | | 7 Comments

Working in front of a laptop can be daunting, especially when the screen is cramped with so many open programs. The solution? Multiple displays.

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How to disable Google’s Shared Endorsements

October 21, 2013 |

There’s a chance that you’re endorsing a product or two online without your knowing. If you’ve been using Google products and services for a while now, you’ll probably become subject to the search giant’s Shared Endorsements, which puts your profile name and pic next to ads and recommendations.

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Granite Portable: How to Hide Your Important Files Inside a Secret USB Flashdrive Vault

October 2, 2013 | | 3 Comments

USB portable drives are so common these days that it’s safe to assume everyone has them. After all, there’s nothing more convenient for carrying files while on the go. But small as they are, they are easily lost. In such cases, you might want to use encryption for sensitive data, something the nifty Granite Portable tool is good at.

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How to install iOS 7 on your iDevice right now

September 19, 2013 |

Apple finally unwrapped iOS 7 to the public and is now available for down to everyone with a compatible iDevice. However, many are still not seeing the update as Apple’s servers are currently being hammered down due to high traffic. But in case you really want to have it right now, then check out the direct download links below. Read More