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6 Ways to Recycle Your Cell Phone

If you've just purchased a new smartphone, don't just toss your old one in the trash. Instead of contributing to the growing amount of electronic waste in the nation's landfills, use one of these creative and responsible ways to recycle your old cell phone.

 

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How to Create QR Codes

Suddenly, everywhere you look you see QR codes. From websites to product labels, both businesses and individuals are taking advantage of these odd little boxes to store massive amounts of information in a scannable format. If you'd like to follow suit, use these steps to make your own QR codes:


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10 Things You Didn't Know About Angry Birds

In early 2009, Finnish mobile game company Rovio decided to develop a game around an employee’s sketch of an abstract, wingless, and agitated bird. Two years and 350 million downloads later, Angry Birds is a bona fide global phenomenon.

 

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WiFi: Getting the Most Out of Your Smartphone

Your Cricket Android or Blackberry Smartphone can connect to the Internet over virtually any WiFi connection. When you connect to WiFi you may benefit from faster download speeds, so movies, games, and apps will be even better than they are now. Plus, data transferred over a WiFi connection doesn’t count toward any data usage level or allowance that may be associated with your plan. To find out how to enable a WiFi connection on your Cricket Smartphone, please visit our phone tutorials.

 

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