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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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Paul has blogged 2537 post(s).

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It’s an undeniable fact that smartphones are becoming increasingly important in our day-to-day lives. As technology progresses and our palm-sized devices become more powerful and capable, it’s almost inevitable that our reliance on them will grow. That’s why forgetting to take your smartphone, or even worse, taking it with you but running out of battery, is the stuff of nightmares. Let us introduce you to MemoriesCable; a portable lightweight charge and sync cable that not only offers the ability to charge and synchronize on the go, but also packs a massive surprise to the tune of 128GB.

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It’s that time of year again. Here are all the phones (iPhone, Android and Windows Phone) which you shouldn’t buy today. Updated for July 2015.

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The latest iPod touch is finally with us and it looks like it could prove to be a hit with the consumers. After suffering a little bit from neglect since 2012 Apple popped up with an iPod announcement last week that saw its iPod touch product get a revamp featuring a the new A8 CPU that powers its iPhone 6 models. There’s also the shiny new colors and 8-megapixel iSight camera thrown into the mix. What’s more interesting though is the significant jump in processing power that accompanies the A8 chipset, something that is immediately evident in this EverythingApplePro video that compares the latest iPod touch’s speed capabilities against a list of its predecessors.

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Here’s how to check if your Windows based PC is infected by the Hacking Team malware using Milano tool. Step by step instructions can be found here.

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Isn’t it amazing how quickly technology progresses and changes without us even really realising it? The latest ‘Kids React’ video does a really perfect job of showing just how far technology, and in particular Apple’s personal music player the iPod, has changed since 2001. It doesn’t contain an internal speaker. It doesn’t have a multi-touch display. It doesn’t have the App Store. Watch this group of kids react to the madness and confusion that is the original Apple iPod.

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This week’s free gift courtesy of Apple’s App Store allows gamers to dive head first into all of the wonderful adventures in Bikini Bottom. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in a pineapple under the sea, or work long hours at the Krusty Krab then this is something you just aren’t going to want to miss. As part of the cupertino company’s weekly tradition of serving up a free app of the week Nickelodeon’s adolescent favourite “SpongeBob Moves In” is free for the next seven days.

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We’ve already seen what is purported to be the rear casing of the upcoming iPhone 6s so naturally it’s now the turn of the front of Apple’s next-generation iPhone to make an appearance. French website Nowhereelse.fr has acquired and shared a photograph of what is believed to be the front panel of Apple’s next smartphone. Previous leaks from Apple’s supply chain have provided us with a chance to see the small changes made to the internal structure of the next iPhones casing, but this is the first time that we’ve actually seen the front panel and display of what we will be receiving this fall.

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Following hot on the heels of the recent Android update, YouTube for iPhone and iPad has now received the latest update as well. Google’s mobile development team has been full of busy lately with the recent release of the beautiful Spotlight Stories, and now, thanks to this latest update, the updated YouTube app on the iOS App Store finally has a fix in place for those annoying vertically captured videos that seem to cause everyone so much anger and fury.

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For those of you who love the Phantom jailbreak tweak for Snapchat, there’s some good news. A new version is now available that solves the recent issue of Snapchat locking accounts of those who use jailbreak tweaks to enhance Snapchat app’s functionality.

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Google has continued to expand its growing arsenal of native mobile apps by releasing its new Spotlight Stories app for iPhone onto Apple’s iOS App Store. If you’re a a follower of the Google Motorola saga then you may remember that when the Google sold the smartphone maker to Lenovo, it kept Motorola’s ATAP Division which was responsible for the creation of Spotlight stuff that featured on Motorola devices. After initially creating a dedicated app to showcase the content for the Android platform back in May, Google has now launched with the same delightful content on Apple’s iOS.

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Apple’s official hardware accessory programs that exist to allow third-party manufactures to create accessories that comply with Apple’s own manufacturing standards have proved to be extremely popular. The third-party accessory market is rapidly expanding with users always keen to get the latest dock, protective case or stand that carries the official emblem to signify that it was made as part of Apple’s accessory initiatives. Now, it looks as though Apple Watch owners should prepare to part with some more cash as Apple is reportedly expanding its Made for Apple Watch program to allow third-party manufacturers to build Apple Watch docks/stands with integrated chargers.

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Photos of Motorola’s 3rd-generation Moto X 2015 have leaked into the wild. The hardware itself is not exactly spectacular to look at but it certainly isn’t a mutant of a device, comes with a certain elegant aesthetic appeals and will undeniably appeal to certain Android fans who want to to step away from the usual big hitters in this market. It also comes complete with a cool front facing flash that should assist in solving the horrendous phenomenon of low-light selfies.

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It’s undeniably important that large corporations such as Apple recruit as many people as humanly possible to test and put beta software through its paces. It’s even more important when that software is actually the underlying operating system that powers most of its mobile devices, namely iOS. With that said, it’s also extremely important that those beta testers aren’t allowed to penalise third-party app developers who work tirelessly to ensure that their apps and software are compatible come the final public release. You could almost hear the app development community chant in harmonious unison today when Apple finally banned iOS beta testers from leaving App Store reviews.

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OnePlus 2 photos and specs have been leaked ahead of launch next week. If you’ve been looking forward to the highly anticipated launch of the second-generation OnePlus smartphone then the wait is nearly over. Potential consumers will get an official look at the device next week when it officially launches to the public. Until then, we have what is undoubtedly the clearest look at the OnePlus 2 to date all thanks to one notoriously frequent leaker of details, the Chinese wireless regulator, Tenaa.

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Download the official Windows 10 Insider ninjacat wallpapers from Microsoft. These wallpapers are available in various resolutions intended for various devices and platforms. Downloads range from a whopping 3840 x 2160 to a rather depressing 310 x 102 designed for the Microsoft Band fitness device.

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Speaking during Apple’s third quarter earnings call, Tim Cook informed the Apple loving masses that the company is seeing its highest ever number of individuals moving across from the Android operating system. In short, Apple CEO Cook is claiming that more people than ever are leaving the competing Android platform to move across to iPhone and iOS.

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Renowned video game accessories company PDP will soon be launching an officially licensed PlayStation 4 media remote control that is all set to be made available for purchase later this year. The company is yet to actually officially announced the existence of the Sony approved remote control, but the pre-sale listings on Amazon and GameStop have given the game away. Amazon is currently listing the item as “released on October 31, 2015″, with GameStop showing as launching the device on October 15, 2015.

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Say what you like about Microsoft Windows and its fairly obvious shortcomings and issues, but you can’t deny that Microsoft has found a seriously regular rhythm when it comes to pushing out security updates and critical fixes to the operating system. The unofficial term “Patch Tuesday” is a reflection of that hard work and dedication, referring to the weekly regularity of Microsoft’s updates. However, when those updates start to filter through on a Monday, which is what happened, you know its time to take things seriously. You may want to get to that Windows update mechanism right now if you haven’t already.

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If you actually stopped and took time to consider the power that you hold within your hand when using your smartphone you’d probably be shocked at how far devices and manufacturers have come in such a short space of time. The announcement and release of the Apple iPhone back in 2007 lit a fire under the smartphone market which for the first time saw mainstream users start to part with as much cash as business users and executives alike. Now, thanks to a brilliantly put together video by CNET, we can take a look at the evolution of smartphone design over the last eight years.

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If you happen to be the adventurous do-it-yourself (DIY) orientated type of individual who likes to sink their teeth into an exciting technology based challenge then this one could be for you. Marc Jensen, James Squires, and Shawn Roske from Make: have produced a walkthrough video that shows how you can “automatically” open doors at home or work by simply tapping on the display of an Apple Watch.

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