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How to Replace a Cracked Samsung Phone Screen

How to Replace a Cracked Samsung Phone Screen

Samsung offers some of the most advanced mobile phones on the planet, but even popular models such as the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, and Galaxy S III are rendered useless by a cracked screen. A cracked Samsung phone screen can be devastating, especially if you rely on your mobile phone for business, school, […]

ecoATM: Quick Cash for Old Cell Phones or Criminal Honeypot?

ecoATM: Quick Cash for Old Cell Phones or Criminal Honeypot?

Nearly everyone has old cell phones laying around or stuffed in "junk" drawers, but not everyone knows they can sell old cell phones for cash. Many online and retail outlets buy old cell phones (you can compare cell phone buyback offers on Flipsy, for example), but ecoATM has a different approach: self-service cell phone buyback […]

How to Replace a Cracked Cell Phone Screen

How to Replace a Cracked Cell Phone Screen

Most cell phones withstand minor bumps well, but a cracked cell phone screen can render an otherwise good phone unusable. The last thing any cell phone owner wants to see after accidentally dropping their phone on the sidewalk or leaving it on top of the car (or whatever it may be) are the telltale spiderweb […]

How to Repair a Scratched Cell Phone Screen

How to Repair a Scratched Cell Phone Screen

Your cell phone serves as the mobile portal to your digital world, which is why a scratched cell phone screen can range from a minor inconvenience to a major obstacle to your social and business life. At the very least, a scratched cell phone screen devalues your investment; in an era when you can sell […]

Where Can I Sell My Rare Book?

Where Can I Sell My Rare Book?

Thomas Jefferson said “a room without books is like a life without meaning,” demonstrating our founding father’s fondness for the written word. Avid readers and book collectors alike share Jefferson’s sentiment today, but there is another oft-repeated quote that carries significant relevance in the book world: “money talks.” This is especially true for rare books, […]

How Much is the 2010 15th Edition of Encyclopedia Britannica (Last Print Edition) Worth?

How Much is the 2010 15th Edition of Encyclopedia Britannica (Last Print Edition) Worth?

Since the March 2012 announcement that the 2010 15th Edition of Encyclopedia Britannica would be the 244-year-old reference publication’s last print edition, consumers have scrambled to purchase the 32-volume set and prices have skyrocketed to as high as $21,303.71 in the online marketplace. Despite the recognition that the Digital Age has largely negated the need […]

How to Replace an Embedded Cell Phone Battery

How to Replace an Embedded Cell Phone Battery

Embedded batteries might be the future of cell phones, but if yours goes kaput that doesn't mean you have to purchase another expensive phone. With a bit of technical savvy and the ability to follow simple directions, you can replace your cell phone battery – even if it isn't meant to be removed. The following […]

How to replace the HTC Evo 4G LTE battery

How to replace the HTC Evo 4G LTE battery

Replacing the embedded battery in your HTC Evo 4G LTE is very similar to the general battery replacement instructions detailed above. 1. Use your fingers to pry the top snap-on back cover off the phone (it's the one around the camera lens) 2. Use your fingers to pry the bottom snap-on back cover off the […]

How To Replace Your Cell Phone Battery (before it’s too late)

How To Replace Your Cell Phone Battery (before it’s too late)

If your cell phone randomly shuts off, won’t turn on, or doesn’t hold a charge, it’s likely time to replace the battery. Fortunately, battery replacement is perhaps the easiest do-it-yourself cell phone repair – at least, for most current phone models. A new breed of cell phones (along with the iPhone) feature embedded batteries that […]

Are My Encyclopedias Worth Anything?

Are My Encyclopedias Worth Anything?

While the digital age has revolutionized the way information is shared and digested, it has also rendered longstanding reference tools obsolete. Encyclopedias, once considered indispensable tomes for higher education, have largely gone the way of the dodo: extinct. The print encyclopedia format simply cannot compete with online resources in terms of information accessibility, volume, price […]

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