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How to disable Siri on a Mac

December 20th, 2016|0 Comments

I don’t know about you but my experience of Siri has been mixed to say the least. On iPhone and iPad the digital assistant is very useful. It speeds up my phone use no end and can perform a range of useful tasks that make my life a little easier.

Siri […]

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Apple planning to build an autonomous vehicle

December 8th, 2016|0 Comments

In one of the worst kept secrets in tech, Apple have finally come clean about their plans to build an autonomous car. In a letter sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Apple finally admit they are ‘excited about automation in numerous fields, including transportation.’

It also said there were […]

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What to do about those annoying iCloud Calendar spam invitations

November 28th, 2016|0 Comments

If you use iCloud Calendar to manage your life, you will probably have experienced an uptick in spam lately. Somehow, spam calendar invites are being sent to users through Apple’s own push notification system. So if you have been seeing special notifications from the likes of Oakley or Luis Vuitton, […]

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How to flush the DNS Cache in OS X El Capitan

November 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Flushing a DNS cache is occasionally necessary if you are making network changes, changing DNS server, testing a website or website access. There may also be occasions when DNS doesn’t work correctly. A quick reset or flush can have things working properly again in no time. Here’s how to flush […]

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How to transfer files between Mac and Android

November 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Just because you use a Mac doesn’t mean you always have to use a Mac. The different operating systems available right now all have something to offer and there is nothing to say you have to use one to the exclusion of all others. If you happen to use a […]

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How to change your Apple ID

November 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Your Apple ID is your gateway into the Apple ecosystem and is used in just about every interaction you have with the company and its devices. You need it for the App Store, iMessage, FaceTime and for the Genius Bar to name just a few.

If you’re fed up with your […]

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Tame iOS autocomplete by removing entries

November 11th, 2016|0 Comments

The more we use them, the more we seem to depend on autocomplete functions. I know I do, especially when using my cellphone. My fingers are just too big for that tiny keyboard and I depend on autocomplete a lot. The iPhone version is pretty good but does have a […]

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How to speed up a slow Mac

November 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Macs, like any computer can get clogged up with programs, settings and clutter and slow down as a result. As they cannot be easily upgraded like a PC, it is even more important to keep that clutter to a minimum. With that in mind, I have put together some quick […]

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Five awesome iPhone tricks you probably don’t know about

November 5th, 2016|0 Comments

As someone who just cannot leave things alone, I’m always taking things apart, fiddling under the hood and trying to figure out how things work. Sometimes it ends in tears as I ruin a perfectly good device and sometimes I find some neat tricks that I otherwise wouldn’t know existed. […]

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How a Power Nap can keep you up to date

October 31st, 2016|0 Comments

We all know how an afternoon power nap can help us recover from a heavy lunch or a poor night’s sleep but did you know it can also keep your Apple Mac up to date too? Power Nap in Apple-speak is a mac-OS feature that enables your system to update […]