Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 13

Making the most of your keyboard

I have this friend in England and he just purchased a house for £345,000 which in Spain would have cost him a whopping €441,161. This is quite an accomplishment because he has a very mundane job, you see he is the guy who goes around putting the © symbol on everything before it leaves the factory. Now that, as the …

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Nov 12

New iOS Malware. Be aware but don’t be concerned

UPDATE 18TH NOV, 2014: The individuals behind the Wirelurker malware were arrested and the rogue App Store closed down by Chinese aithorities. My brief for this website has always been to wade through all the websites, filter out the rubbish and give you what is – admittedly in my opinion – the important (and factual) remains. …

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Nov 02

Alternatives to google

It is the pits when you are forced to admit that while the guy on the corner is the rudest barista you have ever known in your life….he makes the best coffee in town! In a similar way most people don’t really like using google because they sift through everything you do – a bit …

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Nov 02

Some neat things you can do with Yosemite

Despite Yosemite’s horrible icons (that I have changed by the way) it is a very good OS. A lot of what hits you straight away is mostly cosmetic, including those gag worthy icons, but behind the badly applied makeup lies some really cool features. Using your Mac as a hands free phone So picture this. You are …

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