2 01, 2014

New Technology in 2014

By | January 2nd, 2014|Free, Technology|0 Comments

What new technology do you want in 2014? Tell us, we'll make it happen! (by acting it out on camera) Cheers to a happy, healthy and safe 2014!

4 10, 2013

Facebook to offer free Wifi with check-ins

By | October 4th, 2013|Facebook, Free, Technology|0 Comments

Are you a serial Facebook check-inner? (that's a verb now, deal with it.) Good news for you! This Holiday season, Facebook is teaming up with Cisco to provide free Wifi with every check-in. The CMX for Facebook (Cisco Connected Mobile Experience with Facebook Wi-Fi) uses a merchant's existing router and broadband subscription in conjunction with [...]

25 09, 2013

Apple Logo Stuck on iOS7 update

By | September 25th, 2013|Apple, Free, iPhone, Tech News|0 Comments

Is your brand new Apple iOS7 stuck and you cannot get out of the recovery mode?  Here is a quick and simple solution.  Just follow our steps and we can get your  Apple iphone, ipad or ipod working with iOS7 again. Stuck on the iOS 7 Apple Logo. If your update is incorrect then you [...]

6 09, 2013

BBM coming to iOS and Android

By | September 6th, 2013|Apple, Free|0 Comments

At first I was like wooo!!! And then I was like - what? The news that Blackberry Messenger will be available in iOS and Android devices might have been a huge deal a few years ago, but with Blackberry going down quickly, this almost seems irrelevant. The announcement was first made last May, but Alex [...]

14 08, 2013

AppleTV3 jailbreak workaround

By | August 14th, 2013|Apple, Free, Technology|0 Comments

For everyone that didn't jump on board with the AppleTV2, it seems as though a jailbreak for the AppleTV gen 3 is further and further away. The jailbreak community has not done any progress on a possible jailbreak for the third generation of the product, causing ATV2 prices to soar up to $400. Worry not, [...]

1 08, 2013

How to Set up Google’s 2-Step Verification

By | August 1st, 2013|Free, Google|0 Comments

In recent weeks, several reports have surfaced about Google's Gmail having been compromised and passwords stolen all around the world. Due to these reports, the tech giant has recently implemented a 2-step verification procedure, buffing up security and making it nearly impossible for someone to hijack your account. What is two-step verification? 2-step verification requires [...]

24 01, 2013

Microsoft Office Alternatives

By | January 24th, 2013|Free, Program, Reviews, Tech News|0 Comments

Let's get one thing clear - Office for Mac is fully compatible with Office on Windows. Regardless of what operating system you are using, do not let anyone scare you out a particular preference, or into buying expensive software when there are many alternatives out there. There will always be differences when using two different [...]

22 01, 2013

Jailbreaking iPhones – Is it Legal

By | January 22nd, 2013|Apple, Free, iPhone, Tech News|0 Comments

Jailbreaking iPhone - a term that in itself appears illegal - is the process of exploiting iOS and allowing it to install third party applications. Exploiting… still sounds illegal. As a matter of fact, it's not. At least not for your iPhone. The Digital Millennium Copyright (DMCA) recently updated its rules to allow circumvention of [...]

9 12, 2012

Google Chrome Autofill Privacy Issues

By | December 9th, 2012|Free, Tech News|0 Comments

We’ve all been there - fill out a form for an online shopping spree and tada! Google Chrome magically fills in all your information. What you don’t see is all the extra information being inputted in the form. Did you know that Chrome still pushes out all the information saved even though it doesn't appear [...]

18 10, 2012

Remove FBI Virus Warning

By | October 18th, 2012|Free, Tech News, Virus|0 Comments

Most computer virus problems come from downloading a file on your laptop or desktop computer.  The newest virus is the MoneyPak or FBI Virus Ransomeware.  This computer virus takes over your computer and shows you terrible images of FBI Warnings and has a ransom which "requires" you to pay money to remove the warning.  This [...]

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