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Android Gingerbread 2.3 OS Features

The Gingerbread 2.3 OS update makes the Android more user-friendly than ever before. But beyond the intuitive interface, there are several shortcuts and tricks that dedicated Android fans will want to learn to get the most out of their phone. Here’s a list of some of the lesser known helpful features.


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Guide to Planning a Holiday Party Using Your Android Phone

Holiday parties always sound like a lot of fun, but planning one can be the last thing you want to do during this busy time of the year. A lack of adequate prep can result in a lifeless function without a bit of seasonal cheer. To pull off the party of the year with a minimal amount of effort, put your trusty Android to work with these fun (and useful) apps.


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Five Apps that Every Android User Should Own

With smartphones more popular than ever and crazy holiday deals right around the corner, there will be a lot of new smartphone owners, which means there are a lot of apps being downloaded. Apps come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you merely need to kill time or be more productive at the office, there’s probably an app to suit your individual needs and tastes. However, there are a select few apps that are so useful that no Android user should be without them. Here are the top 5 essential apps for any Android user. 


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How Wi-Fi Works

Wi-Fi, or wireless networking, allows electronic devices including desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones to access the internet without the need for wires or cables. By eliminating the need for expensive and tedious wiring projects, Wi-Fi has made it easier to create everything from secure home networks to public hotspots. As this type of technology has become more prevalent and more popular, manufacturers have been quick to advertise Wi-Fi capable products. If you're a little confused by these claims and would like to understand more about how Wi-Fi works, read through this simple explanation.

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