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Android developers can restrict their apps to certain devices, countries, and minimum versions of Android. However, there are ways around these restrictions, allowing you to install apps marked as “not compatible with your device.”

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Our last edition of WIG for February is filled with news link coverage on topics such as identity fraud is on the rise in the U.S., a security flaw let a hacker access any Facebook profile, the PlayStation 4 will play used games, and more.

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Between the browser history and tracking cookies, it’s easy to feel like your browser is tracking and spying on you. But web browsers store this private data for good reasons.

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There is nothing quite like being able to relax as you walk through open spaces enjoying the warmth of the sun and feeling the wind on your face. Roam through these open and peaceful meadows on your desktop with the second in our series of Meadows Wallpaper collections.

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What is the Universe? When someone says that the Universe includes ‘everything’, just what do they include in their definition of ‘everything’? Minute Physics tackles the topic in this video about the observable universe versus The Whole Universe.

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If you have accidentally deleted files from your Windows computer or from an external USB drive, memory card, or other external storage device, there’s an easy way to recover those files using a free program.

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Many recent Android phones – and even Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets – have integrated NFC hardware and support Android Beam. Android Beam allows you to send content between devices just by pressing them back-to-back.

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We could all do with some extra screen space from time to time. It can be a battle to manage all of the windows you have open at any one time. Having a second monitor is not something that everyone is able to do, be it in terms of space or finances, but if you are packing a tablet you already have your second screen ready to go.

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Have you ever needed to backup your Citrix Xen Virtual Machines (VMs) but didn’t want to break the bank doing it? HTG has just the bash script for you with Xen-pocalypse.

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Old hardware often necessitates all manner of work arounds–in this case the question at hand is whether or not increasing the page file can compensate for the failure of a physical RAM module.

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Starting today Google has made the App Launcher feature built into Chromebooks available on Windows in the Chrome Dev Channel and Chromium releases. Read on to see what the new App Launcher feature looks like and how you can activate it on your Dev Channel or Chromium installation.

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You probably already know about Lorem Ipsum or perhaps tools such as Random Text Generator, however what can end up happening is – despite the nature of the text – people still focus on the text and attempt to read it. When situations such as this happen, using completely random or gibberish text can come in handy.

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We already live in the future. We have handheld devices that use satellites to pinpoint our precise locations almost anywhere on the planet. But have you ever wondered just how GPS works?

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Backing up our PCs is something we are all used to. It’s not something many people relish, but once an automated task has been set up, it is something that can be forgotten about until your suffer from hard drive failure or another disaster and need to think about restoring files. But things are not quite so easy when it comes to Android.

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How much do you know about the ‘phenomenon’ known as light? Do you think it is made up of waves or particles? Learn more about this common ‘phenomenon’ we take for granted every day with Veritasium’s reproduction of Thomas Young’s 1801 Double Slit Experiment.

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