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Is The iPhone 5 About To Become Obsolete?

Clinging to your iPhone 4S, 5 or 5C? Then you defiantly do not want to load the latest software update. Soon you will be seeing that familiar red circle in the settings field, prompting us to download the latest software update, older iPhones and iPad will not run the program. That's because Apple...
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App Aims To Bring Balance In A Polarizsing News World

It is no surprise that politics is a subject of frustration, anger and mystery today. A recent Pew Research Center study found that Americans in each political party express “very unfavorable” views of members of the opposing party; the highest number in nearly two decades and those views are...
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Apps To Help Identify Phone Scammers Before You Answer

From time to time you've received a phone call with an unidentifiable number. Most times, you let the call go to voicemail, with your suspicions of a potential scam confirmed when no message is left. This leads to some wondering who had called? Or perhaps you are waiting for an important call and...
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Apple Rumored To Ditch The Lightning Cord on New iPhone

Now that you've finally switched over all those wide 30-pin charging devices for your Apple products to the now standard lighting connector, get ready to spend some more money on a new connector! With a lot of tech talk focused on the upcoming iPhone 8, the biggest news so far is appears Apple will...
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iPhone's Siri Moonlighting As The Batcomputer

Label this one as one of the best movie promotion gimmicks ever. iPhone users, press and hold your home button until Siri activates. Then simple say "Hey, computer", or Americanize it and say "Hey, 'puter". What Siri responds with is nothing less than bat-tastic. A recent Siri update to plug the...
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A Teenager's Messy Bedroom Can Be Hazardous To Your Feet

Teenagers can leave a lot to be desired with the upkeep of their bedrooms. 18-year old Julia Pecher is no exception as her mess also includes Christmas decorations still up and room of half-opened drawers, clothes laying all across the floor and phone charger adaptors and cords hidden under...
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99% of Third Party Phone Chargers Fail Safety Test

Earlier this year we discussed the dangers to your smart phone by using a third-party charger in which it could damage the phone. Now a new report out not only confirms that information, but says the cheaper iPhone cords do not adequately protect users from an electrical shock. Underwriters...
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Google Mail App for iPhones Comes With Undo Send option

Rejoice iPhone and iPad users, Google's email app is here with one nifty remorse setting; you can recall a sent email if your angry fingers got the best of you. The newly updated Gmail app includes the "undo send" button popular of its desktop app, it now travels with you. but there is a catch, you...
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Apple Urges Software Update To Fix Glitch That Can Infest Your Device Through A Picture

Apple is urging its customers to update the IOS 10 software after a glitch was discovered that can render your device vulnerable to hackers just by viewing a picture! Known as the CoreGraphic bug, if you view a maliciously-crafted JPEG graphic (for instance, by browsing a website or opening an...
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Don't Drill a Headphone Jack Hole In Your iPhone 7

Common sense should chime in that drilling a hole in the bottom of your iPhone 7 so that you could plug in your ear buds, isn’t going to work. In case there is some confusion, do not drill a hole in your phone. Last week, YouTube prankster TechRax created a video of him using a drill to make a...
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