Simon Sage

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How to install the battery, SIM card, and microSD memory card on the Samsung Galaxy S5

How to install the battery, SIM card, and microSD memory card on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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If the Samsung Galaxy S5 is your first smartphone, it may be a little intimidating trying to get everything started and set up. We've got a handful of things you should do early on with your shiny new device, but there are some basic things you need to do before you get started. Don't be embarrassed if you're having problems this early in the game; Android Central is here to help with...

Facebook to kill in-app messaging in favor of using dedicated Facebook Messenger app

Facebook to kill in-app messaging in favor of using dedicated Facebook Messenger app

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Low-end devices with constrained resources can keep using in-app messaging Facebook is working on transitioning users somewhat forcefully to using their dedicated Messenger app. Warning messages have been sent out to some European users that in about two weeks time, they wouldn’t be able to use the core Facebook app to do their chatting. Though this change will be rolling out globally...

Award-winning abstract action game Impossible Road now available on Google Play

Award-winning abstract action game Impossible Road now available on Google Play

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An obscenely difficult tilt Android game launched today called Impossible Road. Basically, you have to guide a ball called “The Vessel” down an infinite, winding track without falling off the edge. You get scored based on how many checkpoints you cross along the way, though it’s possible to skip them if you fall off the edge but land further down the track. It’s a lot harder than it...

Sprint will pay rivals' termination fees when you sign up for a Framily plan

Sprint will pay rivals' termination fees when you sign up for a Framily plan

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Sprint is getting a little “uncarrier” themselves with a new promotion that offers to pay your early termination fees if you’re willing to switch to them. You can get up to $350 for every line terminated when making the switch; just snap a picture of your last bill, send it to Sprint, and they’ll send you a Visa card with the cash on it. There are a few terms and conditions here and...