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    Apple’s share price drops on earnings news

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    SudoCast Episode 5

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iOS makes US gains, Android looses share.

iOS makes US gains, Android looses share.

According to a report on AppleInsider, Apple’s iOS gained 1.5% market share this summer, hitting 40.7%, with Microsoft’s Windows Mobile being the only other riser, grabbing 0.2% to the dizzy heights of 3.2%. While Android gets the bulk of the ...

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iMessage problems since iOS7? Here’s how to fix it!

iMessage problems since iOS7? Here’s how to fix it!

There is a known glitch in iOS 7 which has been causing some iMessages not to send as normal, they simply hand and don’t default to using the normal SMS service which is what the software should do, in the ...

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Gmail for Android to include advertising

Gmail for Android to include advertising

It looks like the next version of Gmail on the Android platform will include ads, according to a software teardown over at Android Police. While the web version has been ad supported for a long time, the app has avoided ...

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Windows Ups App Roaming for 8.1… too little too late?

Windows Ups App Roaming for 8.1… too little too late?

Full disclosure. I’m a Mac user, and have been for a couple of years. We got a Windows 8 PC in the office a few weeks ago for a new member of staff, and it confuses the hell out of ...

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Extending your battery life in iOS7

Extending your battery life in iOS7

iOS7 turns 5 (days old) tomorrow – but how many times have you needed to charge your iPhone or iPad since it arrived? If its becoming a bit more of a habit for you than before the update, then take ...

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Apple Pulls TV 6.0 update following bricking problems

Apple Pulls TV 6.0 update following bricking problems

Apple released version 6.0 of their TV version of iOS on Friday, two days after iOS 7 made the internet say they hated it, and 20 mins later say how wonderful it is when they’d got past the new look. ...

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Musings on Crowd Funding

Musings on Crowd Funding

I originally wrote this for the WRD systems blog a few months ago but since it’s a subject that still annoys me I thought I would share it with you all. Like any good tech company we seem to constantly ...

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Multiple users on new iPads?

Multiple users on new iPads?

Could Apple’s new Touch ID Fingerprint sensor have a second, more useful day to day function on top of the security feature it’s pitched as? The fingerprint data (apparently not in image form, but presumably key points which is how ...

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Ready for iOS 7?

Ready for iOS 7?

The latest version of Apple’s mobile software platform is set to be released into the wild on Wednesday 18th Sept 2013 ahead of the new handsets which land on Friday, but are you ready for the change?   iTunes: If you’re ...

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Facebook kills credits, moves to local currency

Facebook kills credits, moves to local currency

It seems that finally the world is beginning to realise that credits are not the future… In August, Microsoft announced that it was dropping its Microsoft points system, which involved users purchasing points to then purchase content within its online ...

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