Tip of the Day: iPhone AF/AE Lock

By |January 25th, 2013|

Want your iPhone’s camera to stop trying to adjust focus and exposure all the time?

With the camera app open, tap to select a focus point and keep your finger on […]

Tip of the Day: Switch Keyboard Layout Faster

By |January 24th, 2013|

iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch Users:
Do you get tired of tapping the language icon on the keyboard multiple times to select “emoji”or any other layout?

Instead, keep your finger on the language icon and […]

Tip of the Day: Change iMessage Avatar

By |January 22nd, 2013|

iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch users:
You can change the picture (avatar) shown when you send messages via iMessage by adding a contact for yourself.

Simply go into Contacts, add a new entry with your […]

iPad Multitasking

By |January 21st, 2013|

Do you own an iPad? Do you know about multitasking in your iPad? Did you know can open the app switcher, return to the home screen, and even switch between one app and another directly without using the home button? All this can be done by swiping your fingers on the screen in a specific way…
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Tip of the Day: iPhone Volume Troubles

By |January 19th, 2013|

There is a bug on the iPhone speakerphone option that may cause system sounds to be very low. This includes ringer, alerts, typing sounds, etc. If you are having problems […]

Tip of the Day: iPhone Shutter Release

By |January 18th, 2013|

Tip of the day:
You can press the iPhone camera button for as long as you want, the picture will not be taken until you release it.

This is particularly helpful to […]

Tip of the Day: Website position with quality content

By |January 17th, 2013|

Tip of the Day:
A website’s position among search engines is determined by many different factors:

#2.
Google actually penalizes websites that try too hard to improve their ranking.
Make a habit of […]

Tip of the Day: Website position with incoming links

By |January 17th, 2013|

Tip of the Day:
A website’s position among search engines is determined by many different factors:

#1.
Having many links from random sites is not as helpful as having a few […]

Safe Internet Browsing: VPN

By |January 15th, 2013|

The Internet is accessible from nearly everywhere you go: the airport, your favorite cafe, the corner bookstore and even in some open spaces like parks or town squares. You sit in the spot of your choosing, open your laptop and start browsing. Have you ever stopped to think about the security in all of this?

Picture your typical day at Starbucks – do you… Check e-mail? Chat with friends? Read the news? Watch movies? Listen to music? Engage social networks? You might not know this, but many of this information is transmitted openly and can be intercepted by others sitting nearby.
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