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700apps is a story of success

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700apps is a story of success

700apps started its journey  at 2012 it have been worked for 4 years till now ,in this four years 700apps faces a lot of challenges.

700apps has a professional, well-trained team, that following and using the latest technologies and tools to produce professional applications.

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All the Hidden, Awesome Stuff in iOS 10 Apple Didn’t Announce!

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All the Hidden, Awesome Stuff in iOS 10 Apple Didn’t Announce!

iOS updates aren’t as exciting as they used to be, so the best stuff is often the little features that slip through the keynote cracks but make your iPhone or iPad work much better. Case in point, some of the hidden stuff in early iOS 10 betas is way more exciting than what Apple actually announced.

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Microsoft will stop making the Surface 3 in December

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Microsoft will stop making the Surface 3 in December

Microsoft is planning to end production of its Atom-based Surface 3 tablets in December 2016. Will there be more devices coming in the Surface line this year or next? There’s no official word.

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iOS 10 can hide Apple’s built-in apps, but won’t delete them

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iOS 10 can hide Apple’s built-in apps, but won’t delete them

 

Apple revealed that most built-in iOS apps could be removed from the home screen in iOS 10, and the world celebrated. But shortly thereafter, Apple revealed one very notable caveat: you’re only removing the apps’ icons — the app itself is still loaded on the phone.

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5 settings every new Android owner should change

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5 settings every new Android owner should change

New Android phone? Take a peek at its settings. So many categories, so many options within those categories. It’s enough to make your head swim.

And you might find yourself wondering, are the factory settings ideal? Right out of the box, is your new phone really configured for optimal performance, productivity and battery life?

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Android vs iOS in Encryption

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Android vs iOS in Encryption

Did you as a Consumer thinking of encryption when you decide to buy a mobile? According to a report in The Wall Street Journal about 95 percent of all iPhones are encrypted, compared with less than 10 percent of Android phones, iPhone owners much more likely to use encryption than Android users, Where Most Android phones are not encrypted, either by user choice or manufacturer design.

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Google Opens Project Fi to Everyone in U.S.

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Google Opens Project Fi to Everyone in U.S.

Project Fi is the mobile phone service by Google that relies on Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity, is now available to everyone without an invite. That is, of course, assuming you have a Nexus 6, 6P, or 5X smartphone. And you’ll still have to be a U.S. customer Relevant Products/Services to take advantage of the offering.

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