Pocket sweet Pocket

Pocket sweet Pocket

I’ve tried Instapaper for over a month. This morning I’ve decided to go back to Pocket, for a number of reasons that I want to explain.

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Be Evie.

Be Evie.

Today I want to talk to you about a new Android launcher I discovered yesterday among the Play Store suggestions. Its name is Evie Launcher.

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Compromises

Hello folks, this is the first post of 2017. If you remember, last week I had an issue with the home banking app that cannot be installed on my tablet (a Lenovo A3500H, the Play Store says that the app is not compatible) and that doesn’t work on rooted systems.

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Ah! You’ve been gmailified!

Ah! You’ve been gmailified!

I have several email account: my serious Gmail one, my less serious outlook one, my family’s company email, and so on.

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The home banking dilemma

I know, it looks like the title of one of “The Big Bang Theory” episodes. As the title says, I’m facing a great dilemma about my home banking app.

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Chromebook is the real convergence, maybe

Chromebook is the real convergence, maybe

It’s well known that Google has always been one step ahead, for years, and maybe, silently, it has come first in the rush for convergence, overperforming folks like Canonical and Microsoft, folks which have been going after convergence like it was the Saint Graal.

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RAM management in Android

RAM management in Android

Let’s start from scratch. RAM, random access memory, is a volatile memory installed on all computers, tablet smartphone and other devices such as routers, smartwatches, decoders, tv box, calculators.

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