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New iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 expected to launch at Apple’s 22 October event

Is everyone ready for the new iPad 5 and Mini iPad 2 to come out?   “Apple is expected to unveil a new version of its full-sized iPad and a new iPad Mini, which is likely to get a crisper Retina screen. The new models are also expected to feature hardware upgrades, new processors and better […]

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iPhone 5S users report ‘Blue Screen Of Death’ reboots

“The so-called Blue Screen of Death is an error screen displayed by operating systems after a crash. It is generally associated with older versions of Microsoft’s Windows-based operating system.”   Can you imagine getting your new iPhone 5s and all of a sudden a Blue screen pops up and reboots your system for no reason at […]

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How to hide your connections on Linkedin?

Stealing your competitor’s leads is nothing new in the sales game.  The pressure is on for Sales people to fill up their weekly call quotas, leaving yourself vulnerable by not securing your contacts can end up hurting your business. Here is a simple step to hide your Linked in Contacts. For more information and to […]

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How to improve your chances of recovering a lost iPad or iPod Touch

“iPhones are easily tracked, but what happens when your tablet or Touch goes missing? Here are four ways that might help you find it.”  Have you ever lost an electronic device and didn’t have any idea where to start looking for it?  This article explain various ways how you can find your electronic devices.  For […]

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Security Experts Weigh in on Adobe Hack

“The massive theft of customer data and product source code revealed by Adobe this week has security experts concerned that the compromised data could be used to launch more criminal attacks on users of Adobe products.  Adobe said Thursday that the breach compromised the IDs, passwords, and credit card information of nearly 3 million customers, while a […]

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Microsoft opens Windows 8.1 preorders before Oct. 18 launch

“Windows 8.1 is not designed for installation on devices running Windows XP or Windows Vista,” Microsoft cautions on the Windows 8.1 preorder page, but those customers can buy Windows 8 now and then get a free upgrade to 8.1.” Do you want the new upgrade?  I’m excited to let you all know that Windows will […]

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New Apple iPad 5 debuting this month

“Looks like Apple’s new iPad 5 will come in at least one of the same colors as the new iPhone 5S: space gray. And it appears that the coming-soon updated iPad will be both lighter and smaller than the existing iPad 4. Read more at http://venturebeat.com/2013/10/01/this-is-apples-coming-ipad-5-in-space-gray/#0gA6VcfBO5RkFKuq.99.” Do you own an iPad?  If so, Apple is debuting the new Apple iPad […]

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How to increase your iPhone’s battery life on iOS 7

“An iOS 7 device with everything turned on can run down your battery faster than the same device running iOS 6. To avoid having to charge your iPhone so much, iOS 7 requires you to select which features are important to you.” Have you noticed your iPhone battery getting low after charging it for awhile? […]

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Apple releases iOS 7 to address lock screen bug

“The bugs were discovered shortly after Apple first released its redesigned system last week, and the company said that it was working on a fix. The bug allowed those with physical access to the phone to bypass the lock screen without punching in the code and make calls, see recently used apps and view or […]

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Hackers claim to have defeated Apple’s Touch ID print sensor

“A day after the iPhone 5S hit the streets, a group of hackers in Germany said they have bypassed the biometric security on Apple’s new Touch ID fingerprint sensor by using “easy everyday means.  The Chaos Computer Club announced late Saturday that it defeated the security system by photographing an iPhone user’s fingerprint from a […]

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