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| July 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

季節を問わず流行のファッションを追いかけたい!いつでも綺麗な自分でいたい!美を追求するとそう願うことは当たり前ですがおしゃれをするうえで気になるのはやはり何といってもムダ毛の存在です。 ムダ毛処理の方法はたくさんあり、一 […] Thanks for reading and be sure to give us a follow on Twitter at @iDeviceGazette and you can now get the iDevice Gazette news on your FaceBook wall.

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Get Stock Market Details from Siri on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

Get Stock Market Details from Siri on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

| July 9, 2014

You may already know that you can add stock ticker symbols to the Notification Center on the iPhone, but if you don’t feel like tapping around, another option is to retrieve information on markets and equities through Siri. That also means you can get detailed stock market data on prices, highs and lows, dividends, and […]

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Where can I find Clash of Clans Support & Strategies?

Where can I find Clash of Clans Support & Strategies?

| July 8, 2014

Have you ever played one of the most popular game for iOS devices called Clash of Clans? or at least seen other people playing it before. If not, I must say you have been living under a stone with your iPhone too long there. But don’t worry since you’re reading this post keep going. Clash […]

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seeTime – Time Calculator Android App Review

seeTime – Time Calculator Android App Review

| July 8, 2014

seeTime – Time Calculator Tools 0Download A powerful time calculator, seeTime is an Android app developed by Gilles Kerhousse aimed at allowing you to take a look back in time and discover the future.   The App serves a purpose of being able to compare two dates in time and seeing how many months, years, […]

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Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Android App Review

Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Android App Review

| July 8, 2014

Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Adventure 0Download Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton, developed by Her Interactive, is an Android app based on the award winning Mac and PC game. The backstory finds Jessalyn Thornton’s fateful sleepover at the abandoned Thornton estate, which was supposed to be a pre-wedding celebration, turn sour when she suddenly disappeared. […]

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iOS 8 Beta 3 Arrives with iCloud, Handoff, etc Improvements

iOS 8 Beta 3 Arrives with iCloud, Handoff, etc Improvements

| July 8, 2014

Did you have a good weekend? Chances are, Apple’s iOS 8 beta team spent their 4th of July weekend at work. Yep, the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few and it’s our turn to enjoy! iOS 8 Beta 3 is here and there is a lot to talk about! Apple’s official […]

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iPhone 6 Sapphire Panel Revealed

iPhone 6 Sapphire Panel Revealed

| July 7, 2014

Apple has placed a roughly $600 million bet on sapphire crystal that more than doubles world supply of the material — BOOM! How will the Cupertino, California iPhone, iPad and Mac maker use all of that tough and durable sapphire crystal? Check out the iPhone 6′s sapphire front panel. The company has been using sapphire […]

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Apple released iOS 8 beta 3 for Developers

Apple released iOS 8 beta 3 for Developers

| July 7, 2014

Just a few hours ago, Apple has seeds the third beta of iOS 8 to developers and the build number is 12a4318c. If your iPhone or iPad is currently running on any iOS 8 beta version, you can go ahead and get this update by going to Settings > General > Software Update. According to […]

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OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Download Available to Developers

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Download Available to Developers

| July 7, 2014

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 has been released by Apple to all developers running current beta builds of OS X Yosemite, the next major version of Mac OS. The new build number of OS X 10.10 beta is versioned as 14A283o and will run on all compatible Macs. The simplest way for Mac developers […]

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Enable a Recall Email Feature in Gmail to Undo Sending Erroneous Messages

Enable a Recall Email Feature in Gmail to Undo Sending Erroneous Messages

| July 7, 2014

If you’ve ever sent an email that you immediately realized wasn’t complete, contained errors, or, even worse, was to the wrong person, you know that feeling of dread. For Gmail users, an optional setting offers a layer of forgiveness to those situations, providing for the ability to recall a sent email if acted upon quickly. […]

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