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Xbox Games with Gold

Here’s a simple trick for all the Xbox 360 owners out there who are waiting for Halo/Sunset Overdrive/Forza Horizon 2 to buy their Xbox One console, if you have an Xbox Gold account, you can pick up the free month game for the Xbox One simply by logging onto Xbox.com and using the same email address and password you use …

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iPhone 4S iOS updates yes? no?

Many of you will no doubt be running with a trusty, reliable, non-bendy iPhone 4S and will of noticed the prompt telling you iOS 8.0.2 is available to install, now before you rush to click on that download button read this; Don’t bother iOS8 will not add much apart from some notifications/quick replies to the iPhone 4S and will cause …

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Anyone seen Grand Designs last night?

Cutting away a complete side of a shipping container seems to of weakened the overall structue.  Cutting away the side of your iPhone to move the power button and making your volume buttons elongated rather than the circles of the previous versions seems to of weakened the structure of the phone, maybe.  Or perhaps, and we’ve not seen a brand …

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Keys to the castle

The boss is away and I have the password, prepare for something possibly controversial!

iPhone 6 concepts pick up pace

Apple’s iPhone 5 has only been on the market for 5 months, yet our attention has already turned to the iPhone 6, with some cool concepts particularly the lack of a home button. http://mashable.com/2013/02/28/iphone-phablet-mini/ Apple came in for some criticism at the lack of a step forward with the iPhone 5, which saw Samsung sales outstretch Apple’s, the effect hitting …

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Study shows iPhones are 300% more reliable than Samsung Smartphones

A new report from product Q and A website ‘FixYa’ found that the iPhone was more reliable than Smartphones made by Motorola, Samsung and Nokia. The study looked at recorded data from 722,558 problem reports listed on the website, and combined that information with market share data from StatCounter to create an ultimate reliability score for each Smartphone manufacturer. Apple …

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Fix My launch iPhone colour customisation

Fix My has launched a new range of colours to enable iPhone users to replace their front screens, back panel and home button. It’s funky, bright and gives your iPhone4 and iPhone 4S a personalised look. The materials used are of the highest quality and professionally fitted by our team of technicians. All you have to do is go to …

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When it comes to Apple, cheap might not be worse…

According to reports – Apple in response to its potential declining position in the huge smartphone market, is said to be working on a ‘cheaper’ version of the iPhone. Perish the thought. Or is it not as stupid as it sounds. The more modest version of the iPhone, often code-named the ‘iPhone Mini’, could out there later in the year. …

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iPhone 5 screen up for a quick repair

With their good looks and slick glass bodies the iPhone 4S and 4 so sophisticated, there could be nothing more upsetting but to drop it, only the once and your heart will sink expecting the worst and there is no quick ‘undo button’. The glass is smashed and so far with the iPhone 4S and 4 if you show up …

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Broken iPhone screen, then do not worry . . .

The iPhone Screen replacement is one of the most common repairs accounting approximately 90% of all repairs! But if you have broken iPhone screen or LCD, this can be repaired pretty quickly with no loss of data.   Did you know? The display on a typical phone is made up of two parts, the LCD display plus a transparent cover, …

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