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HackSource Forums – Free Hacking Community

Are you new to internet marketing? Need to improve your website ranking? Or maybe Improve your social networking performance. Or maybe you’re just looking for nulled, cracked software? All that and much more is available for free at HackSource forums. Hacks, exploits, SEO optimization, coding, programing, gaming, content writing. Those are just a few of many other topic found at...

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Sky Q tips and tricks

  Here’s how to get the most out of your Sky Q box If you’ve recently got your new Sky Q box, you’re awaiting its arrival or you’ve not quite hit that buy button just yet then you’re probably seeking out the ways to make the most of a box we described in our Sky Q review as ‘the best...

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How to download Android 7.0 N right now

Android is the most popular operating system in the world, installed on millions – if not billions – of devices, from smartphones and tablets to smart appliances such as TVs and fridges. So it’s always exciting when a new version is released, and Google is busy working on Android 7.0 N. The current version of Android, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, hasn’t...

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10 things you didn’t know your smartphone could do

The secrets of your smartphone Smartphones are great; they’re basically a computer in your pocket packed full of features to make your life easier. In fact, the chances are you don’t fully appreciate exactly how powerful or useful your mobile is. Here are ten things you may not have realised your smartphone could do, and some tips on how to...

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How to build your own Raspberry Pi NAS

Do you have a bunch of USB disks that you juggle between your various computers? Did you know that you can plug all of them into a Raspberry Pi, which you can then use as a network attached storage (NAS) box? Using the Raspberry Pi as an always-on NAS box sounds like a wonderful use of the silent little device....

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How to set up a Raspberry Pi-powered cloud service

Do you want the convenience of an omnipresent Dropbox-like storage service without doling out wads of cash and your data to a third party? OwnCloud is one of the best pieces of opensource software to help you create your own private and protected cloud-sharing service. Using OwnCloud, you can sync and share your private data, and access it from any...

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A beginner’s guide to #Android

Time for a confession. I grew up with Mac OS X. I’ve owned just about every Apple machine and mobile device the Cupertino-based company has produced since 2000. I learned to type on an eMac in elementary school. In my teens I made homemade skateboard films on iMovie. My best friends all owned Macs and my first girlfriend even emailed me using iMail...

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How to Turn Your Computer into a Retro Game Arcade

Whether you’re looking to relive the past or experience the origin of gaming you missed in your youth, your Windows, Mac, or Linux PC can take you back to Mario’s salad days, the birth of the Final Fantasy series, and much more. Here’s how to get started with retro game emulation and turn your computer into the ultimate retro arcade...

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HTC One M9 Tips and Tricks

HTC was one of the first Android phone makers to settle on a brand and style for its Android skin: HTC Sense. It has changed a lot over the years, but the last few design iterations have been really good. While we might like the Galaxy S6 better than the One M9 overall, it’s hard to ignore how powerful and...

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How to ROOT Samsung Galaxy S5

Root Your Phone (Advanced Users Only) By rooting (aka gaining admin rights to) your Samsung Galaxy S5, you can install a custom ROM, run rooted apps, undervolt or overclock the processor and even remove all the bloatware your carrier put on the phone. A popular programmer from the XDA developer forums named Chainfire has created an exploit to gain root...