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iPhone 6 Wait Lengthens or Not

iPhone 6 Wait Lengthens or Not

| July 31, 2014

The delay of unannounced products? Yes, lads and ladies we are talking about Apple and the iPhone 6, which has at various points in time been rumored to arrive in Fall 2013, Sprint 2014, Summer 2014 and now, September and/or October 2014. The iPhone 6 wait lengthens and plot thickens for longer lasting satisfaction. Rumors […]

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Formula Force Racing iOS Game Review

Formula Force Racing iOS Game Review

| July 31, 2014

Formula Force RacingThe Pixel BulliesGames$ 0.99Download Do yourself a favour… pop over to the iTunes App Store and have a quick browse through the iOS-based racing games available there. Lots of them, aren’t there? Between the free indie titles, expensive big name franchises, promising upstarts asking just a dollar, and those shiny but sneaky freemium releases […]

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iPhone Slow, No? iPhone 6 Will Change Your Mind

iPhone Slow, No? iPhone 6 Will Change Your Mind

| July 30, 2014

Everything’s relative. Right now, that aging Apple smartphone in your pocket is a brilliant example of engineered valued that’s designed to stylishly perform, year after year. However, the closer we get to the iPhone 6 launch, the more likely you are to ask yourself, “Is my iPhone slow?” Fundamentally, people tend to be satisfied with […]

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Poker Anyplace iOS Game Review – A Few Cards Shy Of A Full Deck

Poker Anyplace iOS Game Review – A Few Cards Shy Of A Full Deck

| July 30, 2014

  Poker AnyplaceAppnetto LLCGamesFreeDownload Coming from its roots in smokey casinos and dingy basements, tournament poker has shot into the spotlight in recent years – both online and in high-profile televised events across the world. Many mobile developers have whipped up poker games of their own to cash in on this upswing in public opinion, with […]

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MacX Video Converter Pro Mac App Review

MacX Video Converter Pro Mac App Review

| July 30, 2014

MacX Video Converter Pro is a software application designed for Mac computers. It was designed by Digiarty Software, Inc. MacX Video Converter Pro lets you do pretty much anything you’d want to do with video or image file: convert videos, download videos, make photo slideshows, capture video from your screen, and edit your videos. This […]

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Blackberry Dies, Lives a Little More Every Day

Blackberry Dies, Lives a Little More Every Day

| July 30, 2014

Ford loves Blackberry. Ford loves Blackberry not… Yes, the big news is that the giant international automaker that is Ford is adopting Apple iPhones for its employee. Blackberry dies, right? Yes, fewer Ford employees will be carrying ‘em but Ford cars will have Blackberry under-the-hood. What’s it all about? Perception and changing market fundamentals. Yes, […]

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Advanced Mac OS X Diagnostics & Troubleshooting with sysdiagnose

Advanced Mac OS X Diagnostics & Troubleshooting with sysdiagnose

| July 30, 2014

Mac users who are dealing with particularly complex or troublesome issues with OS X can turn to an advanced diagnostics tool available from the command line in Mac OS X. The tool, called sysdiagnose, offers detailed technical analysis and reports of a huge variety of components of OS X and the Mac hardware, making it […]

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2014 MacBook Pro Delivers Faster Chips, Lower Prices

2014 MacBook Pro Delivers Faster Chips, Lower Prices

| July 29, 2014

So far, this has been a very successful strategy. Earlier this year, Apple revealed the 2014 MacBook Air product line with faster chips, more RAM and lower price. That helped drive Mac sales up by nearly 20 percent. Now, here comes the 2014 MacBook Pro product line up with faster chips, more RAM and lower […]

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iMobie PhoneRescue Software Review

iMobie PhoneRescue Software Review

| July 28, 2014

The magical process of conjuring deleted data from the abyss is a sort of Holy Grail for many. We’ve all been there – you do a bit of housework, clearing out unused contacts on your phone, and the very next day you suddenly need one of the numbers you’ve just deleted. Photos, text messages containing […]

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Make Your Own iPhone Speakers with a Paper Towel Roll & Two Keg Cups

Make Your Own iPhone Speakers with a Paper Towel Roll & Two Keg Cups

| July 28, 2014

Don’t have any iPhone or iPod speakers handy, but really want to boost the volume of the music or audio coming from your iOS device? If you have a paper towel roll and two plastic cups, you’re good to go with this goofy and sort of effective DIY iPhone speaker solution. Precision crafted by Twitter […]

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