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The Nexus 5 a whole lot of phone for very little money. Here are a variety of Nexus 5 tips for you that range from the basics, to the lesser known.
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The problem with using a password for authentication is that it doesn’t prove your identity. All it proves is that you know the password. Fortunately there are alternatives.
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How to Install Applications On a Mac: Everything You Need to Know. from HowToGeek.com