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Win One Of Three One-Year 30GB SugarSync Accounts [Contest]

We are big fans of stuff that keeps us organized, and one of the best ways to keep your digital life in order is with a cloud storage service like SugarSync. Perhaps not as well known as their competitors, SugarSync has expanded from being a simple multiple-computer synchronization program to a mobile-friendly platform that emphasizes collaboration.

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New Rogers unlock policy now in effect, available after 90 days

Do you have a Rogers-locked phone for 90 days with an account in good standing? You can now officially unlock your device for $50, either over the phone or in-store. The policy change, which was announced back in February, comes after Rogers began unlocking devices in December 2010. Back then, however, you had to wait

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Chrome Beta For Android Updated With Improved Video Playback

Chrome beta for Android has received a nice little bump to version 26.0.1410.49, bringing with it a few fixes and some performance improvements. Most notably, the browser no longer chokes when watching non-fullscreen video, as it now properly hides the controls and continues playback smoothly. Chrome has been iterating quickly on Android as it catches up

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Zinio Launches Its Magazine Subscription App As A Nokia Exclusive On Windows Phone 8

Zinio, the popular magazine subscription portal with homes on Android, iOS and Windows 8, has announced it will launch its Windows Phone version exclusively on Nokia Lumia smartphones. The company, which operates in Canada with a far more limited selection than its U.S. counterpart, has successfully competed with Apple’s and Google’s in-house services, though perhaps

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Action Launcher 1.5 Introduces Shutters To Make Your Widgets Useful Again

We’ve spoken about Action Launcher before, as it was developer Chris Lacy’s first project after he shuttered the excellent Tweet Lanes project. The alternative Android home screen provided a quick and easy way to access apps — via either a left-side scroll bar, or the quicklaunch tab — and inrtoduced Covers, a way to combine single app

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