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Taiwan-based manufacturer HTC Corporation recently unveiled a budget-friendly Android smartphone dubbed as HTC Desire 510. The 4G LTE-enabled device will sport a 64-bit capable quad-core processor, 1GB RAM and 4.7-inch display. While the release date hasn’t been determined yet, the phone will be made available in terra white and meridian grey colors. Select wireless companies in the U.S. will reportedly carry it as well as in select regions in Europe and Asia. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 clocked at 1.2GHz, Desire 510 will be among the few Android smartphones...Continue reading »

The most recent update to Yahoo Mail for Android, which was released on August 29th, allows users to create, update and remove filters on the go. While Android never runs short with email clients, nothing seemed to have ported the ability of desktop clients to sort messages more efficiently–not even Google’s Gmail app. This is good news for Yahoo users as they may be first to take advantage of this really useful feature. It may come as a slap to Google considering its rival Yahoo was the first to implement it on its primed mobile operating system, but for...Continue reading »

Welcome to the 4th part in our series of troubleshooting articles related to the iPhone 5S. As you may have already known we are providing a free service where readers can send us their questions and problems regarding their iPhone and we try to provide the best answer and solution possible. We have already covered models such as the iPhone 4S, 5, 5C and if you would like help with older models then feel free to contact us. If you own an iPhone 5S or any other iPhone model for that matter and have concerns with it send us an email at [email protected] We will...Continue reading »

While the Samsung Galaxy S4, the company’s flagship last year, is a powerful device, it isn’t free from problems and errors. In fact, many owners have been complaining about recurring issues, which range from hardware problems to firmware and app errors. Issues addressed in this post are among the most commonly reported problems for this device. If you are currently bugged by a problem or two, try to browse through this post to see if we’ve already addressed your problem. If you can’t find something related to yours, however, feel free to email...Continue reading »

Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles dealing with the iPhone 4S. As you may have already known we are answering questions sent to us by our readers through email concerning their iOS devices. We understand the value owners place on their iPhone’s and want to help them resolve any issues they may be facing regarding their device. If you own an iPhone 4S or any other iOS device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy to help you with your concerns. The best part of this is...Continue reading »

We’ve received hundreds of emails from Android users since we started publishing support articles for iOS and Android devices. This post is the first part of our Samsung Galaxy S5 Problems series, which I think will become the longest running series in this site considering the number of emails we already received. If you have problems with your phone, either its an iPhone or Android, feel free to email us at [email protected] and we will surely help you find solutions and workarounds. Moving files between phone and memory card in Galaxy S5 Problem: I won...Continue reading »

Welcome to the third part in our series of troubleshooting articles dealing with the iPhone 5S. This is the latest model from Apple that’s quite popular worldwide. Although this device is generally problem free there are instances when a few problems pop up. This is what we will be dealing with in these posts. Ever since we released the first part in this series we have been getting several emails from our readers seeking assistance for the issues they are facing with their device. If you own an iPhone 5S or any other iPhone model for that matter feel free to contact...Continue reading »

Ever since we’ve started posting support articles for various devices, we received a lot of emails from our readers who were bugged by problems while using their smartphones. This post will tackle, at least, ten of the most common problems and errors with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The actual emails from our reader are included here and right after each message is the solution to the problem. Remember that our solutions are based on what our readers told us about in their emails and we are always on the safer side of things. So, don’t expect us to provide...Continue reading »

Welcome to our second installment in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the iPhone 5C. Ever since we published the first part in this series we have been receiving several emails from our readers seeking answers to the questions and issues they have regarding their device. We here at StudentNews are more than happy to provide free assistance to our readers by providing the best possible answer and solution. If you have any concerns regarding your iPhone 5C or any other iPhone model for that matter feel free to email us at [email protected] We...Continue reading »

Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the iPhone 5. Ever since we released our first article we have been receiving emails from our readers asking for assistance on the issue that they are facing with their particular device. We of course are more than happy to help our readers and in fact provide this as a free service. If you have any issues with your iPhone 5 or any other iPhone 5 for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy to help you with your concern. The best...Continue reading »