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Apple iPhone X user? 5 tips and tricks

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1) A more secure way to pay With the iPhone X, you can utilise the Face ID facial security technology to activate Apple Pay, allowing you to secure online payments as well as in-store. This function takes a 3D scan of your face using the phone’s TrueDepth camera, which Apple claims is far more secure than the Touch ID fingerprint scanning tech it replaces. Head to […]

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How to “hard reset” an iPhone

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The apple iPhone is essentially a computer and like many other computers it needs a reboot from time to time. Now a reboot is different from just turning it off and on again, a special process has to be followed to tell the device to fully close down all applications and start them again from the scratch (this does not mean wiping off everything you […]

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BlackBerry seeks “strategic alternatives” – who is set to pounce?

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On the 12th August 2013 the board of directors at BlackBerry announced they have formed a special committee to “explore strategic alternatives to enhance value and increase scale in order to accelerate BlackBerry 10 deployment. These alternatives could include, among others, possible joint ventures, strategic partnerships or alliances, a sale of the Company or other possible transactions” Two phrases stick out for me on this […]

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How important is size? Which one should I buy?

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There is no doubting that the “new iPad” is flying off the shelves everywhere. The main question we seem to be fielding about the latest and greatest from apple is not, “should I buy one?” but actually “what size do I buy?” It will depend, as ever, on the media you may want to store on the device, how many songs, how many films and […]