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Up until recently Apple Pay has been restricted to the US and UK, but a recent announcement by Tim Cook revealed a partnership with American Express to launch the service in Australia and Canada this year, with 3 more countries on the cards for 2016. At this stage specifics are unknown, such as w... Read More
November 05, 2015
Many users have reported trouble staying connected to Wi-Fi upon upgrading to iOS 9. Whilst there is nothing especially unusual about Wi-Fi issues with a major iOS update, if the usual tricks like a soft restart have failed you, give some of the following a go:   Soft restart! We already... Read More
October 28, 2015
Got bill-shock? As posted on our blog back in September, iOS 9 saw the incorporation of a new feature for Apple users called Wi-Fi Assist that left a few Apple users in exactly that boat. The principle is great, endeavouring to deliver a seamless experience for users by defaulting back to 4G data... Read More
October 28, 2015
We simply couldn’t let this one pass without sharing for a bit of a Monday morning giggle.   In a rather cute and cheeky blog post yesterday, Simon Gladman talks about his new app, the Plum-O-Meter. A hilariously funny tongue-in-cheek app, Gladman designed it to allow him to be able ... Read More
October 25, 2015
Sure, your smartphone running out of juice before you run out of day may be a bit of a first world problem, but it’s a darn annoying one. And new iPhone users seem to have pinned down another little battery drain issue in the new 6S and 6S Plus, but it’s not likely to be the culprit y... Read More
October 19, 2015
The lines are getting ever blurrier between phone/phablet/tablet and laptop/desktop, and are set to get even more so if Microsoft have their way with their new range of Lumia handsets, the 950 and 950 XL.   Microsoft have been trying to crack the nut of proper desktop/portable integration ... Read More
October 19, 2015
A new study by a group at Cambridge University has put numbers on what many of us already knew – Android devices have some serious security vulnerabilities, and it’s far worse than many might think.   The study, which is an ongoing project with rankings adjusted regularly as n... Read More
October 18, 2015
Yup. You read that right. We are not quite sure just yet if this should be getting filed under "innovation" or just "plain old weird". But Sharp is calling it innovation and appear to be super pumped about their first real attempt at a consumer focussed brand-drive in a while.    To b... Read More
October 15, 2015
If you have an iPhone, the chances of you having experienced that annoying issue of inter-app navigation are high. You know the one we mean. When you click a link in Safari for example, that then opens in YouTube, requiring a “double-tap home key/swipe right/tap” combination that you ... Read More
October 12, 2015
Apple “scandals” seem to be a standard part of new handset launches these days. Every time a new handset is released, within weeks there is a new “-gate” to accompany it. We’ve had Antennagate with the iPhone 4, where holding your iPhone a certain way apparently redu... Read More
October 10, 2015
October 10, 2015

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