15 Cool, Funny & Weird Things Siri Can Do For You

15 Cool, Funny & Weird Things Siri Can Do For You

You may know the essentials of Apple’s voice assistant Siri, however, she’s, in reality, more powerful than you think. With Siri, you can now check what numbers of calories are in the soda you’re drinking and even see how many planes are flying miles above you in the sky. Fortunately, all it takes are a couple of key phrases to master the miraculous things Siri can do for you. The Helpful Side of Siri! Post…

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Why It’s Important To Choose The Right Hosting Provider

Why It’s Important To Choose The Right Hosting Provider

Most business owners today use the internet and their website to promote the business that they are into and get in touch with their potential customers. While business owners spend a lot of money on focusing on the content that is updated on the website and various other design factors, the truth is that one of the best ways to determine whether or not a potential customer will get a good experience by visiting your…

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Do Anything With your Mac and iPhone

Do Anything With your Mac and iPhone

With a Macbook, you can do a lot of things. From editing your photos, your videos, watching vlogs, making music, writing a book, stream video games, send messages and voice messages to someone else, record yourself singing, to even make a PowerPoint presentation. This is what you can do with a portable computer like a Mac. But you can also do everything that is written with your Apple smartphone. Technology has been allowing the recent…

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Super Bomber Boy by AT GAMES STUDIO is Set To Launch for iOS Next Month

Super Bomber Boy by AT GAMES STUDIO is Set To Launch for iOS Next Month

The critically acclaimed Indie game developing studio, AT GAMES STUDIO, is set to launch a new improved version of the classic bomber gameplay in Super Bomber Boy, a game that they currently offer only on Android. Classic gameplay with amazing features Super Bomber Boy is an arcade action game with game-play and game mechanics inspired by the famous Bomberman NES classic. Super Bomber Boy is a more sophisticated take on the old classic, with better…

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What Norway’s New Gambling Laws Mean For Online Casinos

What Norway’s New Gambling Laws Mean For Online Casinos

Norway has recently introduced some of the strictest online gambling measures in the world. It is notoriously hard to track down a real life casino in Norway, and has been for many years; the suspicions about gambling have evidently translated into the online world as well. Elsewhere in Europe the gambling laws are much more relaxed, but unfortunately Norway is not part of the EU, so isn’t subject to the same communal pressure as its…

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Shark DuoClean with Flexology IF250UK Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Review

Shark DuoClean with Flexology IF250UK Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Review

Cleaning the house should be a simple task, however, it isn’t and it can sometimes become tedious. Thanks to the Shark DuoClean Cordless Vacuum, boring cleaning is a thing of the past. I picked one up from AO.com and thought that it’s worth me taking some time to tell you more about it. The days of plugging your vacuum cleaner have long gone and if you haven’t got a cordless one then you might want…

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Candy Crush: The Science Behind the Addiction

Candy Crush: The Science Behind the Addiction

(Ad) Candy crush is a colorful game worth $7.1 billion dollars that has the potential to get players incredibly addicted. You’ve likely seen your friends or family in a corner concentrated on matching a variety of colored sweets. Likewise, you may have probably also seen them asking for clues on how to get to the next level or purchasing new lives and boosters to conquer the new level they’re on. Aside from candy crush being…

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How to Make iOS 11 More Power-Efficient

How to Make iOS 11 More Power-Efficient

Apple’s new iOS version offers many new features and improvements, as well as various security patches. One good thing is that upgrading your device to iOS 11 is quite easy. However, owners of older devices, such as iPhone 5S, may notice reduced battery life. This could convince people to avoid upgrading their devices to iOS 11. So, if you notice reduced battery life on your older devices, then you should do the following: 1) Identify…

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How to take a screenshot on your Apple Mac

How to take a screenshot on your Apple Mac

There are a number of reasons why you would want to take a screenshot on your Apple Mac. Maybe you want to capture something on a website or you which to share the look of your desktop to someone. However, if you own a Mac you soon find that there are no manuals to show you how to do a lot of things. Luckily for you, we can show you just how to. It’s much…

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How to find your HomePod’s Serial Number

How to find your HomePod’s Serial Number

There are 3 ways to find the serial number of your HomePod. You can look at the bottom of the device, check it through the settings app and also through the Home app. Knowing the serial number of your HomePod is key for when you register your device with Apple and when you need support. The steps are below: Find your HomePod serial number in the Settings app 1) Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch must be…

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UK Vaping Regulations

UK Vaping Regulations

Fortunately for vaping enthusiasts, the UK government is relaxing its restraint of the e-cigarette users. There are arguments that vaping products may contribute to the reduction of the proportion of people who smoke regular cigarettes. Bans of vaping products in public spaces and at the workplace may cease in the near future to accommodate safer alternatives to smoking. Regulatory barriers have made e-liquids weaker and they don’t work too well as a cessation aid. The…

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How Safe is the iPhone X Face Mapping Feature Really?

How Safe is the iPhone X Face Mapping Feature Really?

(Ad) The iPhone X introduced a new feature, Face ID, as a new way to secure the smartphone. It uses a mix of visible light and infrared and 30,000 data points to uniquely identify your face. However, a raft of news stories has led to concerns about the face mapping feature. It is supposed to update over time so that it recognizes you as you age or change. But how safe is the iPhone X…

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Apple’s HomePod is Now Available for Pre-order

Apple’s HomePod is Now Available for Pre-order

Just like Google home and Amazon Echo you have Apple HomePod. Did you really think Apple would just sit around and let others try to take over being your home assistant. HomePod is Apple’s attempt on the intelligent home assistant and what an amazing attempt it is. HomePod is available for pre-order for customers in US, Australia and UK with delivers scheduled to arrive on February 9th. Pre-order are only available in these countries with…

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Apple Just Updated How iTunes App Preview Looks on Web Browsers on Desktop

Apple Just Updated How iTunes App Preview Looks on Web Browsers on Desktop

This was unexpected and I came across purely by chance but Apple have recently update how iTunes App Preview look on Web Browsers when users are on their desktop. If you’re use to viewing App links on your Mac or Windows computer then you will now notice that it’s got a fresh new look. Which to be honest I like and a lot will as well. Check out the difference below: Old iTunes App Preview…

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How to Build a Top Ranking Mobile app as a Newbie

How to Build a Top Ranking Mobile app as a Newbie

The degree of personalization, engagement and satisfaction that is possible via mobile apps is difficult to achieve by any other medium. This is why, we find business of all shapes and sizes making use of this medium to retain and expand their clientele. No wonder, the global mobile app market has generated an impressive revenue of 77 billion USD in 2017 alone. These annual revenues are expected to surpass a whopping 189 billion by 2010….

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Apple Confirms Intel Glitch has Affected All iPhones, iPads and Macs

Apple Confirms Intel Glitch has Affected All iPhones, iPads and Macs

Now don’t go panicking, although Apple confirms that the flaws of the Intel processor known as Meltdown and Spectre could leave customers exposed to hackers. There are no evidence as yet that the flaws have been exploited by hackers. The flaw which causes computers to dramatically slowdown whilst performing everyday task came to light a few days ago. The National Cyber Security Centre, warns that device users continue to protect themselves by updating any patches…

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