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An Apple and iOS enthusiast, iOS app developer and general technology enthusiast. Developer of multiple Enterprise apps for Medical, Legal, Financial Investments and Print on Demand sectors. Amateur bodybuilder.


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It looks as though Apple could be about to follow in the footsteps of Google Project Fi by launching its own mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO as it’s more affectionately known as. According to a new report, Tim Cook’s Cupertino based company is currently in talks with partners over the possibility of effectively operating as its own carrier with operations in the United States and various European territories, thanks to deals with existing suppliers in those areas.

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All of the recent Apple speculation may have been focused on the upcoming iPhone 6s, and rightly so in all honesty, but now it’s the turn of the iMac to receive some attention. Prominent analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is back once again, this time with the prediction that Apple will imminently unveil a refreshed iMac range with an array of improvements, including a host of display upgrades, as well as potentially integrating Intel’s latest desktop processors.

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Here are step by step instructions on how to turn off Windows 10 Update Delivery Optimization feature which is basically turned on by default to share Windows Updates with other users around the world.

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Can you handle yet more information pertaining to Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s? A new set of photo and video renders have provided us with the best look yet of Apple’s next-generation iPhone. The renders also manage to provide us with some additional information that hasn’t been previously discussed in any great detail and raises the excitement levels for Apple’s new smartphone ahead of a potential release this coming September.

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It’s only a matter of weeks until Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ at its dedicated Unpacked media event on August 13. However, such is the thirst for knowledge within the smartphone industry that consumers just cannot wait an additional two weeks to see what Samsung has in store with its two new Android flagships. Thankfully, Evan Blass of @evleaks appears to have all of the gory details on the Korean company’s fifth-generation Galaxy Note and has shared them with the world.

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Nvidia may have been frantically chasing the dream of producing the ultimate gaming tablet when it designed and released its Shield tablet, but it seems like things have gone a little too far, even for the most hardcore mobile gamers out there. The Santa Clara, California, based technology giant has been forced to issue a recall on the entire Shield range due to the risk of a fire hazard that could potentially arise if the internal battery overheats. Not exactly the “extreme” performance that the company was looking for when the Shield gaming-tablet project was first conceived.

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Here’s a list showing all the keyboard shortcuts which are new in Windows 10. Whether you’re a general user who interacts generally in the web browser, or even a hardcore user who deals with new features like Cortana, Virtual desktops, Activity Center or recording of the screen, this list should have enough shortcuts to sort out your needs.

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Some good news for Android lovers across the world who are looking for a new smartphone. In light of its very recent, but yet another disappointing quarterly earnings, Samsung is reportedly planning on cutting the price of its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets in an attempt to boost uptake and revenue. Earnings calls are always a difficult time for companies that appear to be in a transitional period. Samsung reported a net profit of approximately $4.9 billion, which represents a reduced profit of 8% from last year; not great news for the South Korean company.

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Here’s how to disable Windows 10 Wi-Fi Sense password sharing feature on your PC and also on anyone’s PC who connects to your network. Complete step by step instructions for this are detailed below.

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How to reclaim your all important disk space after Windows 10 free upgrade installation on your PC. Step by step guide for this is detailed below.

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Apple has just taken the opportunity to release iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to those fortunate enough to be registered on the Apple Developer Program. The second beta seed comes two weeks after the initial beta and continues the progression of iOS after the final public release of iOS 8.4 was thrust into the world containing and upgraded Music app with immediate access to Apple Music.

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A new set of images have emerged that claim to show official components from Apple’s next-generation iPhone. The leaked set of images give us not only the first glance at some of the parts, but also a more detailed look at the purported internals of Apple’s iPhone 6s that’s supposedly set for a September release.

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After initially teasing the latest offering in the extremely popular franchise via its social media accounts, Rovio has now officially launched Angry Birds 2 for the iOS and Android platforms. Mobile owners may have seen a number of Angry Birds incarnations over the years, such as the Star Wars spin-off and the Transformers collaboration, but Angry Birds 2 is the official sequel to the biggest mobile game of all time, and promises to be “bigger, badder and birdier”.

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If you’re the type of individual who chooses a Sony over Microsoft when it comes to the gaming-console wars, then you’re going to love what American retailer GameStop have come up with. The Sony versus Microsoft console war has never been about plain old friendly competition, it’s always been about which company can best the other and claim the majority of the console market. Now, in an effort to outdo Microsoft’s recent announcement of the 1TB Xbox One console, GameStop is seemingly doing Sony’s dirty work for it by supercharging pre-owned PlayStation 4 consoles to serve up a whopping 2TB of internal data storage.

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Here are step by step instructions on how to create a bootable USB flash drive of Windows 10 the right way to do a fresh clean install on your PC.

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Here’s how to download official Windows 10 Pro ISO file legally without needing any product key directly from Microsoft. More info on this is detailed in the post below.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ launch dates have seemingly been confirmed by press invites that Samsung has started sending out for an ‘Unpacked’ event in mid-August.

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Windows 10 has reportedly started to download itself on the PCs that have reserved free copy ahead of launch tomorrow. A number of users who took advantage of Microsoft’s offer and reserved their free upgrade have noticed that Windows Update has already started pre-downloading all of the necessary bits to make the installation of Windows 10 as seamless as possible come launch day for those Windows 7 and 8.1 users who are eligible for the free upgrade.

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Third-generation Moto G (Gen 3) 2015 is now official. Here are all the features, specs, price, release date and everything else that you want to know about.

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Security researchers at Zimperium have some bad news for Android users out there who regularly send and receive multimedia messages. According to the researchers, a major security hole exists in the Android platform which could potentially allow malicious individuals to gain access to a device though simply sending a seemingly innocent text message to the targeted number. Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system on the planet, accounting for approximately 80% of smartphones in existence, so it isn’t difficult to understand why this is a serious cause for concern.

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