Archive for November 2016

It has been an almost tradition every year that Apple releases a new iOS version, along with a bunch of tips to share among its users. And just like with iOS 8 and 9, iOS 10 offers numerous tricks and improvements, which continue to multiply as it goes along the way. iOS 10 is also…

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With the release of the new MacBook Pros, which happen to be slimmer and more powerful than the Air, it seemed like that the latter has met its final days when Apple decided not to refresh its line. However, there are some retail stores that still sell obsolete products, so it’s no surprise if one…

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Deadspot is a term referring to specific areas of your home, office, or any place where there is a very weak signal to no signal at all. It can be a frustrating experience to realize that other Wi-Fi users are getting a good signal except you. This makes troubleshooting quite a challenge since your poor…

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Businesses should make IT infrastructure management one of its main priorities regardless of their size or industry, especially in today’s highly digitized world. According to a survey made by Fuse Technology Group, small businesses continue to increase their future investments in terms of IT infrastructure. Check out some of the reasons why businesses should not…

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There are many challenges one can face when explaining technical instructions to non-tech customers. First of all, you need to be aware that the customer’s IT vocabulary and know-how are quite limited. Second, the fact that they already contacted technical support means that they are already in a desperate, if not frustrated, situation. These could…

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Generation after generation, Android keeps a sweet line of names for its operating systems, and this time they did it again with Marshmallow. This version promises to follow in the Material Design made by its predecessor and focuses on even greater enhancement for the entire platform. Android 6.0 Marshmallow is present on a number of…

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