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  • Has Your Phone Been Lost or Stolen? Here's What to Do

    Phones are a target for thieves and are also an object we can easily lose, from them falling out of pockets to being left forgotten on a table. As we rely on smartphones so much, not having one can feel like a huge loss. But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world, as there are some things you can do that can help you get your phone back and prevent personal information being stolen as well.

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  • 8 Reasons to Invest in a Smartphone Case

    Should you invest in a phone case when you’ve already forked out so much for the phone? If you’re someone who thinks no, think again. In the following feature, we’re going to go through all the reasons why a phone case is an essential rather than optional accessory.

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  • Is The Samsung Galaxy Fold Worth It?

    In the race to bring the first foldable phone to the general market, Samsung may have made a big mistake – according to tech reviewers. Reports from The Verge indicate that this “exciting technical showcase” may be “hitting the market far too soon”, the results of which could “sour everyone on the entire nascent category.”

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  • 10 Most Secure Phones on the Planet

    You’ll be hard-pressed to find a phone on the market nowadays that doesn’t have some hardware and software combination aimed at securing your phone. As hackers become smarter, phone manufacturers realise the need to prioritise security over superficial design elements to secure customers. These security features could include encryption technology, facial recognition and iris scanners, for example. Yet, even these security measures could be hacked by a person with the right know-how.

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