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HOWTO: Disable iPhone Bluetooth To Save Battery Life

HOWTO: Disable iPhone Bluetooth To Save Battery Life

3 Comments | Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

This article explains how to disable Bluetooth on your Apple iPhone 3, 3G or 4. Bluetooth is primarily used for a wireless headset and is often left enabled which drains battery unnecessarily. This article is a part of my iPhone Battery Life Saving Tips & Tricks series.

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HOWTO: Increase Battery Life by Fetching iPhone Mail, Don’t Push!

HOWTO: Increase Battery Life by Fetching iPhone Mail, Don’t Push!

2 Comments | Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Push Mail was introduced in iPhone 3G and to some it is as indispensable as their right arm. That’s all very helpful but what good is Push Mail when you’re gonna soon lose the one thing that makes it all tick, battery life.

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iPhone OS 4.0 BETA Not Connecting to Wireless Network

iPhone OS 4.0 BETA Not Connecting to Wireless Network

6 Comments | Saturday, April 10th, 2010

SOLVED: When attempting to connect your iPhone running iPhone iOS 4 Beta to your wireless (wi-fi) network you receive the message: “Unable to join the network {network name}”.

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iPhone: Battery Life Saving Tips & Tricks (Updated 19 July)

iPhone: Battery Life Saving Tips & Tricks (Updated 19 July)

5 Comments | Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

iPhone 4 and iOS4 promises better battery life but lets face it, this hasn’t yet being proven and even if there are improvements you can just never have enough. This page is a collection of battery life saving tips and tricks that I’ve collected since I entered iPhone land.

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Are You An ‘iPhone Hater’?

Are You An ‘iPhone Hater’?

0 Comments | Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Are we starting to hate the iPhone already? This article discusses public displays of affection for our touchscreen beauties and how we’re making those around us scream!

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Google Nexus One – Official Specs

Google Nexus One – Official Specs

0 Comments | Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

    Google Nexus One Specifications Display:  3.7″ AMOLED Display Trackball:  Multi-color Notification LED Processor:  Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz Sensors:  Light, Proximity, Compass, GPS, Accelerometer Thinness:  11.5mm Weight:  130g 5 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash Audio:  Stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm jack (4 contact points for mic and remote), Active noise suppression, two microphones Personalization:  Custom engraving OS:  […]

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Installing OS X on Acer Aspire One:  The Definitive Guide

Installing OS X on Acer Aspire One: The Definitive Guide

11 Comments | Thursday, October 8th, 2009

This step-by-step guide provides a detailed look at how to install Mac OS X on an Acer Aspire One netbook using either a bootable USB Thumb Drive or by using a bootable DVD.

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HOWTO:  Convert an ISO file to DMG file

HOWTO: Convert an ISO file to DMG file

8 Comments | Sunday, September 27th, 2009

HOWTO Convert an ISO file to a DMG file with no additional software. This article gives you two ways to convert an ISO file to a DMG file using nothing but your Mac & OS X.

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Mac OS X Snow Leopard for $29! | Shipping Aug 28th

Mac OS X Snow Leopard for $29! | Shipping Aug 28th

0 Comments | Monday, August 24th, 2009

In August 2009, Apple’s latest Operating System, Snow Leopard is due to be released. The key term being hyped when talking about Snow Loepard is speed. Apple promises an increase in the speed of many key aspects of the OS including it’s core – the Finder. Here are some highlights.

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Review | Cyberduck FTP for Mac OS X

Review | Cyberduck FTP for Mac OS X

0 Comments | Monday, August 17th, 2009

What is it exactly?

This is the mother of all FTP clients for MAC.

It’s an open source (yes free!) client that supports FTP, TLS, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3 and Rackspace Cloud.

Need I say more? Well ok then…read on.

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Dropbox Free Online Storage & Syncing Made Easy

Dropbox Free Online Storage & Syncing Made Easy

6 Comments | Saturday, August 15th, 2009

What’s Dropbox? Dropbox is a simple online storage solution that can sync files on multiple computers running Windows, Linux or Mac. There’s also an iPhone app and whilst it doesn’t sync files to your iPhone, it does allow you to view and work with your files via an internet connection. Basically you have a folder […]

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Quick Review:  NewsFire Free RSS Reader

Quick Review: NewsFire Free RSS Reader

0 Comments | Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Description: An easy to use, feature packed RSS reader for OS X that’s free for all since May this year. What’s Good? You can post articles you like straight to your Twitter, it has great integration and a clean, well designed interface. What’s Bad? Doesn’t validate feeds. If you add a dud feed, it just […]

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