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Aviation apps for iPhone

September 20th, 2013 · Comments Off

This article will tell you about some of the best Aviation apps for iPhone. You can download these apps and and enjoy them. Detailed description about some aviation apps is given below: 

Lately, the iPhone ecosystem has experienced the “big bang” with apps almost exploding every niche. There is something in it for everyone. Just like, if you are an aviation expert, iPhone’s league of aviation apps is surely going to make the ordeal of the day for you.

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How to find device id in android tablet

September 18th, 2013 · Comments Off

You all must be wondering that how to find device id in android tablet. So this article is all about  this only. Each and every detail of searching a device id is given below.

There are multiple ways of finding the device ID of your Android phone. One of the easiest ways to find device ID of your Android tablet is by entering the below code in your phone dialer,

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Cell Phone Recycling Oklahoma City

September 17th, 2013 · Comments Off

Here in this article we will tell you about the recycling of old cell phones in Oklahoma City. Here are the complete details of cell phone recycling in Oklahoma City.

Cell phones have become part and parcel of human existence- not sure about it! Just take a look around! Jokes apart- it has led to the accumulation of old cell phones that are being discarded every now and then. As soon as a newer version is available the older versions go into oblivion because the technology savvy human minds want only the latest. On an average,  most Americans get rid of their old phones in 18 months to two years, as soon as they get a low cost or free upgrade with the new mobile phone.

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How to Unlock Android Phone Patterns

September 17th, 2013 · Comments Off

This article is about unlocking the pattern lock in android devices. The complete description of how to unlock android phone patterns is given below:

Pattern lock screen is a user interface that can help you in reducing the sudden access to your android devices without enabling the permission of the administrator. This interface is used in devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops where you store personal and official data.You can use pattern locks for all the Windows, Android and iOS devices. It is like the conventional way of locking the devices with the username and password.

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How to Recover Gold from e-Waste

September 15th, 2013 · Comments Off

Did you ever knew that your gadgets contains a small amount of Gold? Yes, it is true that your gadgets contains some amount of gold. With the help of this article you can dig the Gold in your E-Waste.

The demand for the new tech gadgets is increasing day by day, not only because it is getting advanced but also because, the devices live a short life. This not only brings in loads of electronic devices to the world, but also loads of electronic waste dumped in the atmosphere. The presence of lead and mercury and other toxic components has made the disposal of the e-waste a great headache.

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Android App for eWaste Recycling

September 13th, 2013 · Comments Off

This article is all about the various Android apps for e-waste recycling. Some of the best apps are given below, you can download them from Play Store.

It is often told that the emerging devices and the existing devices lead to the dumping of e-wastes in the planet. People are moving towards the positive side and are getting the support of the apps for saving the ecosystem by recycling e-waste. There are also apps that let you find the e-waste recycling centers close to you. Most of these apps are available for free of charge.

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How to Increase Memory card size

September 11th, 2013 · Comments Off

In this article we will tell you about how to increase memory card size. Here’s the complete detail about it.

A Flash card or Memory card is one of the electronic devices which are used in storing some essential information in the digital format. They are being used by many devices such as digital cameras, mobile devices, Laptop, computers, MP3 player and also in video games. It is one of the smallest forms of data storage and a real utility gadget. Generally each and every memory card has a specific capacity of storage. Some store larger capacity which could be unlimited, but some may have only 2 GB of storage space. Now the problem crops up when you have to store the data beyond the capacity of the device. The only option left with you then is increasing the memory card size.

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Why is E-waste Recycling Important

September 10th, 2013 · Comments Off

In this article we will tell you why E-waste recycling is important. Here is the complete details about it.

Nothing is waste in this world.

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Install Android Development Ubuntu 12.04

September 9th, 2013 · Comments Off

In this article we will tell you how to install Android development environment on Ubuntu12.04. Here is the complete procedure:

Ubuntu is a Linux based operating system and is distributed with debian and unity. It is based on open source ideologies and distributed as free software. It is one of the most commonly distributed Linux forms in the open source estate.

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Electronics recycling in Oklahoma City

September 8th, 2013 · Comments Off

In this article we will tell you about Electronics recycling in Oklahoma City. Here are the complete details about it.

The word electronics is actually broad faceted! We use it in different forms around us almost everywhere for various purposes. We buy it, test it, use it, throw it, sell it, dismantle and then we again buy a new one. This the general scenario and life cycle of almost all electronic products are available throughout the world. Old and unused electronic products are non-bio degradable which are extremely harmful for the environment as they cause different types of pollution. So instead of throwing that old toaster in the junkyard and letting moss grow on it, it is advisable to recycle it and put it to good use!

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