Flaw in iOS 8 could brick your phone
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Flaw in iOS 8 could brick your phone

iOS is no stranger to different problems (Anyone remember 8.0.1?). But this most recent vulnerability is probably one of the most dangerous ones yet. We all know that,…

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Apple Watch hands-on
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Apple Watch hands-on

With the launch date of the Apple Watch looming, Apple decided to give the public an opportunity to have a hands-on with their newest product. This would give…

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YouTube for Kids Walkthrough (Video)
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YouTube for Kids Walkthrough (Video)

Over the past 10 years, YouTube has grown into a mass of cat videos and how-to’s, which at first glance can be quite intimidating. As the content variety…

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Apple to begin iOS Public Beta: 8.3 in March, 9 this summer
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Apple to begin iOS Public Beta: 8.3 in March, 9 this summer

The date is September 17, 2014. You’ve been waiting for this day ever since Apple unveiled iOS 8. You finally hit the ‘update and download’ button in your…

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Google Play Music for iOS updated, brings iPad app and more
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Google Play Music for iOS updated, brings iPad app and more

A couple of days ago, my iPhone and iPad decided it was time for their daily automatic updates. They’re usually unexciting, but this was different. One of my…

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Apple Watch to start at $349.99, £226
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Apple Watch to start at $349.99, £226

If you’re already thinking of this year’s birthday presents, then the Apple Watch will be one item you will want to own this year. The Apple Watch is…

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How to download music from Google Play Music
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How to download music from Google Play Music

Google Play Music is the standard music player on many Android devices, bundled with many of Google’s other applications. Beyond just being a music player, it also includes…

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Apple may start storing TouchID fingerprints in iCloud
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Apple may start storing TouchID fingerprints in iCloud

TouchID was Apple’s pride and joy when it was introduced with the iPhone 5s, and rightly so. The system itself is pretty good. The best part is, according…

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Find My iPhone now free of Google Maps
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Find My iPhone now free of Google Maps

In an attempt to remove almost every vestige of Google, and be completely independent, Apple has removed the use of Google Maps in their Find My iPhone service.…

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HyprKey Password Manager lanuches on Android, Chrome, iOS
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HyprKey Password Manager lanuches on Android, Chrome, iOS

Today, HYPR Corp, the New York City based startup who wants to “make Bitcoin easy and safe for the average consumer,” has released HyprKey. The app wants to…

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