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gMail or iCloud

I have had a gMail account since gMail was invite only but moved to iCloud when I had an iPhone 4S through work. It made sense at the time to use iCloud as it syncs perfectly with my iPhone and … Continue reading

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The leap in memory technology from 2005 to 2014 – from global nerdy The jump from 2005 to 2014 is mental, SD cards now have more space than my MacBook Pro!

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Thank you waze

I really like to be reminded to rate your app update, especially when I’m in the middle of driving somewhere. It’s also really useful that this is about the only screen that doesn’t auto-dismiss forcing me to pull over to … Continue reading

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Apple maps

Apple should link their map search with a search engine. So many times I have searched for something for it not to be found: Which is annoying when you can see what you’re looking for on the map! : I … Continue reading

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www.icloud.com moved over to new style

In preperation for the new iOS7 look, iCloud has moved over to the new look previously available on beta.icloud.com. In the UK the new iOS7 is said to be available from 6pm – or when the servers are under less … Continue reading

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iCloud.com

Is iCloud.com becoming a more unstable the closer we get to September 10th? For a few days now I have issues trying to log on to iCloud.com to read my mail. I check the status page and everything says everything … Continue reading

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Where Nokia Went Wrong : The New Yorker

Where Nokia Went Wrong : The New Yorker. It’s a pity really, I always had and loved Nokia phones before Smartphones appeared. Nokia really missed the boat on that. Had Nokia made an Android handset I’m sure they would be … Continue reading

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