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Android vs iOS

Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS are operating systems used primarily in mobile technology, such as smartphones and tablets. Android, which is Linux-based and partly open source, is more PC-like than iOS, in that its interface and basic features are generally more customizable from top to bottom. However, iOS’ uniform design elements are sometimes seen as being more user-friendly. You should choose your […]

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What is iMessage and how is it different to normal text messages?

What is iMessage and how is it different to normal text messages? By Dan Helyer iMessage is Apple’s instant messaging service for devices like iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Released in 2011 with iOS 5, iMessage lets users send messages, photos, stickers, and more between any Apple devices over the Internet. So what are the differences between […]

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Cell Phone Coverage in Canada: Who is The Best

Stop trusting carrier coverage maps and find out which networks offer the best coverage from those using them everyday By: JON STONE Having access to all the features of a modern smartphone is amazing — until you don’t have a signal or Wi-Fi available.  This makes coverage an essential element in choosing the best cell phone […]

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Rogers Wireless Phones: How to Use Call Forwarding

The following steps explain how to use the Call Forwarding feature on your mobile device. Note: Conditional forwarding will not work when voicemail is activated. Change Settings: To change the existing or the active number of Call Forwarding: Cancel the existing Call Forwarding. Reactivate Call Forwarding with a new phone number. Call Forwarding types: Unconditional Type […]