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Samsung Galaxy S4 update on the way with Note 2

As a bit of a holiday gift from the likes of Samsung, it would seem, both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have been added to …

Clear Ear’s Products Are Safe Alternatives To Cotton Swabs

Ear wax might not seem like a big deal, but for people who are hard of hearing or have issues with their middle ear, a build up of the substance can seriously impact their quality of life. Many people use cotton swabs to clean ear wax, but that can cause irritation and push wax deeper into ears, …

Mimosa Networks Launches Its First Gigabit Wireless Products

Mimosa Networks is finally ready to help make gigabit wireless technology a reality. The company, which recently came out of stealth, is launching a series of products that it hopes to sell to a new generation of wireless ISPs.<p>Its wireless Internet products include its new B5 Backhaul radio …

Your Lost Android Phone Can Now Call You

Did you know that Android has a built-in mechanism for locating or locking your lost phone? Google hasn’t done the best job marketing it, but it’s actually been baked right in since the release of Android 4.4*.<p><i>(It works with older Android phones, too — you just have to install the free app yourself)</i><p>…

Google releases Android Device Manager app

Google's new mobile app lets you manage and secure a lost or stolen phone or tablet from another Android device.<p>Google today released a mobile app for its Android Device Manager service. Available for free in the Google Play store, the app lets users manage and secure an Android tablet or phone …

Android Device Manager rolling out – have you got yours?

On Friday, Google addressed a longtime shortcoming of the Android platform – the lack of a built-in “lost phone” application, that would allow users to remotely manage, locate, block, or wipe their misplaced devices.<p>The new app, called Android Device Manager, has already begun to roll out to users, …