Today I will be reviewing a case for the Apple iPad Mini courtesy of our good friends at MobileZap. The case that we’ll be looking at is the Speck iGuy Case and Stand for iPad Mini 2 / iPad Mini – Chili Red.

 

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Today I’ll be reviewing a pair of wireless headphones, courtesy of the the good people at Mobilezap.com.au. Initially, when I was given the Avantree Hive Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones to review I thought I was getting a stock /standard pair of headphones. What I got was a great […]

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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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This weeks App of the week is FOX SPORTS Barclays Premier League Live. This app is simply amazing. As long as you have a subscription to Foxtel & the Fox Sports package, you can stream every game of the Barclays Premier League to your iPhone or iPad via 3G, 4G or WiFi.

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App Of The Week – mSecure

On September 9, 2012 By

This weeks App of the week is mSecure. Back up and secure your passwords all in one spot. Sync via drop box.

FOR ANDROID

mSecure for Android is the leading password manager and digital wallet in the Google Play Store. Your data is safe in mSecure because it uses the ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption […]

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This weeks App of the week is from the creators who usually make the most addictive games – ZYNGA.

At first you’ll play this game and you’ll have no idea what you are doing. You will start to get the hang of it and will want to find out why things work […]

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iCloud flaw exposed by Aussies

On August 6, 2012 By

Aussie’s have discovered a security in Apple’s iCloud service.

A Sydney Apple user discovered a flaw that “allows owners of second-hand Apple devices to be tracked by the original owner, who can also remotely wipe all the data off the device.”

A tech-savvy Sydney Apple user, who does not want to be named, contacted […]

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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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iCloud

On October 5, 2011 By

So it is official: Apple have announced the iPhone 4S with some very cool features. On it’s own, the upgrade seems a little underwhelming, however once you see what’s packed into iOS 5 you can’t help but feel impressed with it all.

Let’s take a look at iCloud…

Every new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch […]

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