Is it time to clear the dust and shift your sights to a swanky new version of Windows? There’s a conversation buzzing around office watercoolers and social media at the moment and it’s a bigger controversy than Kanye West running for president in 2020 (I kid you not). The big question on everyone’s lips is […]

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TechHelper 2012 Annual Report

On January 15, 2013 By

Some statistics TechHelper recorded in 2012 via JetPack…

In 2012, there were 20 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 41 posts. The busiest day of the year was March 8th with 138views. The most popular post that day was iOS 5.1 – what’s new. Some visitors came searching, mostly for facebook […]

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iOS 6

On September 20, 2012 By

This morning we were greeted with iOS 6. Whilst there are some fantastic features I must say that the Maps are a major let down. A brief summary of the included updates:

Maps Apple-designed, vector-based maps Turn-by-turn navigation with spoken directions on iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (2nd and 3rd generation) Real-time traffic information […]

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Update to iOS 6.0 Beta

On June 18, 2012 By

Recently Apple announced iOS 6.0 to be released later this year. iOS 6.O thus far includes the following:

 All new Apple Maps with turn by turn navigation and 3D Maps. The only downside to the Map so far is that it does not include Walking Map. I am sure this will be rectified in the […]

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How Facebook uses your data

On February 7, 2012 By

Last week, Facebook filed documents with the government that will allow it to sell shares of stock to the public. It is estimated to be worth at least $75 billion. But unlike other big-ticket corporations, it doesn’t have an inventory of widgets or gadgets, cars or phones. Facebook’s inventory consists of personal data – yours and mine.

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Meet My Representative

On October 19, 2011 By

I’m Anthony, a 27 year old sales trainer, author at artofconversations.com and guest blogger at Techhelper (thanks Nick). In my quest of ‘Mastering the Art of Conversation’ I spend a fair amount of my time using technology to communicate with my friends, family and business colleagues but as technology evolves I have […]

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WordPress Plug-ins

On October 18, 2011 By

The power of WordPress for Authoring websites resides in a number of places. The first being the vast variety of templates, the next and what we will be looking at today are the plug-ins.

One of my favourite things about the Internet from a support aspect is the fact that you can find the answer for just about […]

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(Magnifying glass image by HeptagonCC BY-SA 2.0; CBSi)

The tracking, done with cookies on users’ computers, has prompted criticism from lawmakers and now a lawsuit, while privacy groups and regulators in Ireland are concerned about a new sharing feature that automatically posts user activities to newsfeeds […]

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