Vernee Active in review, rugged 6GB + 128GB waterproof phone

Vernee is one of those telephone manufacturers that does not stop expanding their catalog in order to satisfy all types of users. They have large battery mobiles like the Vernee X, top of the range like the Vernee Mars Pro or more affordable terminals like the M5 and M6 models. Now, they have entered the realm of ruggedized phones with the Vernee Active.

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How to backup WhatsApp to the cloud

WhatsApp makes backup copies of our chats daily, backing up our chats and files up to a maximum of 7 days in the internal memory of our mobile. It is undoubtedly a useful function that allows us to restore WhatsApp in the event of any unforeseen or unwanted deletion. What not everyone knows is that we can also do a backup of WhatsApp in the cloud.

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My 10 Favorite Movies of 2018

Today we have to do a bit of retrospective. I've been trying to remember for a couple of days, and I can't believe that 2018 has been such a mediocre year when it comes to movies. But I have even struggled to find 10 movies that I really think are worth it! Pretty sad, really.I am also aware that my tastes tend a lot towards science fiction, thriller and adventure films, so my vision will always be more limited than that of a good cinephile with a monocle and a notebook.

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Xiaomi Mi A2 in analysis, a Mi A1 with better cameras and more CPU

The successor to the Xiaomi Mi A1 has just seen the light. This time, the Asian giant has decided to put on sale several models of the new Xiaomi Mi A2. On the one hand, we have the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, a lighter version with a lower CPU and more humble cameras (but with notch and much more battery). On the other, the standard Mi A2 version that comes in 3 variants of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB of storage.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 in analysis, new "flagship killer" for the mid-range

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 or "Redmi Note 7" to dry. It does not matter, it does not matter. From now on, Xiaomi's mid-range is considered a totally independent brand. Something like Huawei "Honor" phones. And it is not for less, since we are facing a smartphone that shines with its own light, as we commented in this recent post about the best Chinese mobiles of 2019.

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WhatTheFont, the "Shazam" to identify typefaces

WhatTheFont is a free app for Android and iOS that is used to identify any typeface. It's kind of like the Shazam of typefaces. Until now, WhatTheFont was a well-known web application hosted on MyFonts, a delight for designers from all over the world that has finally made the leap to the app format.

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How to send free SMS by activating the RCS protocol on Android

It seems incredible, but for more than a year we have been talking about the RCS protocol on the blog, Google's great project to replace traditional SMS with a much more complete, versatile and updated tool for current times. Colloquially known as "Chat", this new utility is nothing more than an application update "Posts” that we can find on any phone with Android operating system (yes, the app to send SMS of a lifetime).Wh

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How can I reuse my old PC?

Whenever we buy a new computer, the same question arises. What do I do with the old man? Many times the change is usually caused by a breakdown, and people usually end up throwing the old equipment in the trash or storing it until it accumulates enough dust to make a sand castle. But hey! In the event of a breakdown, the components can always be used.

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