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Every year sees the release of a new list of most commonly used passwords obtained in data breaches, and every year, the list is SO not pretty. Whilst some struggle to manage the never ending list of passwords we have to remember just to get through our day to day existence and others rely on pas... Read More
January 25, 2016
But perhaps not the one you are expecting (i.e. really sh**ty battery life).   That said, a unique group of users - those who regularly travel between time zones - have been reporting the bug for months. That is, when traveling across time zones the battery life indicator doesn't update, l... Read More
January 23, 2016
We hate paying for ringtones. When you’ve already paid for access to a song that you like enough to actually make it a ringtone, having to pay for it again in a clipped down 30 second version really rankles. There are plenty of “how-to” pages out there, but they are laden with a... Read More
January 21, 2016
The Financial Times has reported the apparent feat, citing "unnamed sources". We would probably like a little more solid confirmation than that before we get too excited, but if it turns out to be true, well, that's pretty impressive. To put it in perspective a little, Swedish rival Spotify took ... Read More
January 18, 2016
As BYOD becomes more prominent in schools, and tablet use in the classroom continues to rise, Apple has recognised the growing trend and addressed it with a new suite of changes aimed at making iPad use in the classroom as simple as can possibly be. Beta testing in iOS9.3 started just yesterday, ... Read More
January 14, 2016
So, many of the rumours we have been hearing and reporting on the blog are getting more backing it seems, with additional reports that the 3.5mm jack is going in favour of the Lightning port (or Bluetooth connection). Further to that, the same source (spilling to Fast Company) indicated that othe... Read More
January 11, 2016
As we previously reported back in early December (bit.ly/1kSiMaF), Samsung once more had their appeals denied in their ongoing patent dispute with Apple, and were ordered to cough up $548 million bux (approximately half of what Apple were originally after).   Both companies have been fight... Read More
January 08, 2016
Apple announced in mid-December an agreement with Chinese bankcard processor UnionPay, to provide Apple Pay services in China, starting early 2016. The Chinese bankcard network, which operates the nation's inter-bank clearing and settlement system, has issued 5 billion UnionPay Cards that can be ... Read More
January 08, 2016
Some of the tips coming through the blog in future may be a little more well known than others, yet some are quite obscure. Even we were surprised at a couple of the really simple ones we didn’t know when resesarching for this series of articles. We will start you off with some handy keyboa... Read More
January 05, 2016
We’ve all seen it before, a million times over. Sensationalist news reports of kids racking up massive bills on iTunes and their parents subsequently sticking it to Apple to refund the bill. But in this modern era of all things online, where do we draw the line between corporate responsibil... Read More
January 03, 2016

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