Monthly Archives: March 2016

Sprint working on fix for customers hit with LTE connection issues in iOS 9.3

Since upgrading to iOS 9.3, a number of Sprint users have run into issues staying connected to the carrier’s LTE network. In a text message […] Read the original post by Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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It’s not just you: Snapchat is down for some

If you’re experiencing some hiccups using Snapchat this evening, it’s not just you. Snapchat’s support account confirmed on Twitter that some users are running […] Read the original post by Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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It’s not just you: Snapchat is down for some [Update: all clear!]

Update: Everything looks to be in the clear, folks. Feel free to Snap to your heart’s content. If you’re experiencing some hiccups using Snapchat this evening, […] Read the original post by Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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Daily App Deals for March 31, 2016 featuring Speed PRO Multiplayer, 5coins and more

We have some great apps for you today that are discounted for a short duration in the App Store, including Speed PRO Multiplayer, 5coins and […] Read the original post by Kelly Hodgkins

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Best iPad apps every new owner should download now!

Did you just get your first iPad? Looking for the top apps to download next? Here they are! You just got your brand new iPad. You’ve […] Read the original post by Lory Gil

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Some Sprint Customers Unable to Connect to LTE After Updating to iOS 9.3

Some Sprint customers, the ones using Apple’s latest generation iPhones, are experiencing issues connecting to the carrier’s LTE network after updating to iOS 9.3. Continue […] Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Samsung Portable SSD T3 (2TB)

The pricey Samsung Portable SSD T3 is one of the fastest portable drives we’ve tested. It’s an ideal choice if you need lots of speedy […] Read the original post by Steve Bush

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Dell XPS 8900 Special Edition

If you’re looking for a gaming PC that can handle VR, The Oculus-certified Dell XPS 8900 Special Edition has a relatively small and sleek design […] Read the original post by Steve Bush

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 review: When you need more than what Apple Photos has to offer

This past fall Adobe released a new version of their consumer-level photo organizing and editing application, Photoshop Elements 14. A mature and uniquely user-friendly application, […] Read the original post by Lesa Snider

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Whistle, maker of an activity tracker for dogs, acquired by Mars Petcare

Whistle, the maker of a GPS tracker and activity monitor for dogs, has been acquired by Mars Petcare. Speaking to TechCrunch, Whistle confirmed that […] Read the original post by Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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Lookout (for iPhone)

For Apple Watch and iPhone owners, Lookout is a great tool for making sure neither gets lost or stolen, but for everyone else it’s less […] Read the original post by Steve Bush

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Paragon Backup & Recovery 15 Home

Despite its simple-looking updated startup interface, Paragon’s backup software isn’t suitable for the average consumer, and it’s extremely slow. Read the original post by Steve Bush

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Tim Cook puts in Apple Store appearance for launch of iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro

To celebrate the launch of the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Apple CEO Tim Cook stopped by Palo Alto Apple Store near the company’s […] Read the original post by Joseph Keller

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IBM Buys Salesforce.com Cloud Consultant

International Business Machines is buying Salesforce.com cloud consultant Bluewolf for $200 million. Bluewolf works with key customers including Berkshire Hathaway and Stanley Black & Decker […] Read the original post by Seeking Alpha

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The 10 Mac games you need to play from March 2016

March’s Mac games We always aim to bring you a broad selection of games for our monthly Mac game roundup, but our picks from March seem […] Read the original post by Andrew Hayward

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