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Is Your New iPhone Paired To Another iTunes Library? Don’t Freak Out Yet

iPhone and iPad

Is Your New iPhone Paired To Another iTunes Library? Don’t Freak Out Yet

About a week ago I purchased an iPhone 5, and after having two models replaced and performing three restores via iTunes, I thought I was ready to rock. A few days later Algoriddim released their new video mixing app, vjay, and in order to pretend I am one day destined to become a superstar VJ, I decided to transfer some media using iTunes. Much to my surprise, my brand new – and recently restored using my own Mac – iPhone 5 wouldn’t sync without erasing everything first.

Tim Brookes December 6, 2012
Is Your New iPhone Paired To Another iTunes Library? Don’t Freak Out Yet
Managing Apps On Facebook – What You Need To Know

Internet

Managing Apps On Facebook – What You Need To Know

Facebook apps are a way for third parties to offer features and services inside Facebook. If you spend a lot of time on Facebook and love to share activities with friends, such as playing games or listening to music, apps are a godsend. The downside, however, is that most apps need access to your personal data and some require additional privileges. Hence, third party apps can become a security risk.

Tina Sieber December 5, 2012
Managing Apps On Facebook – What You Need To Know
Become a Wolfram Alpha Expert With These Useful Search Techniques

Internet

Become a Wolfram Alpha Expert With These Useful Search Techniques

Wolfram Alpha. For anyone that has never used it or heard of it, it sounds like the name of one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. For people familiar with it, it’s like having access to that magical hand-held device Dr. Sam Beckett had in the popular TV show Quantum Leap, that was linked to the computer known as Ziggy. In fact, it’s almost identical to Ziggy. In the show, Ziggy was ultra-specific to the point of being too literal at times.

Ryan Dube December 5, 2012
Become a Wolfram Alpha Expert With These Useful Search Techniques
TeamViewer 8 Is Officially Launched With Retina Support, A Windows 8 App & More [Updates]

Windows

TeamViewer 8 Is Officially Launched With Retina Support, A Windows 8 App & More [Updates]

Popular remote control application TeamViewer has received a significant update including, among other things, Retina support for Mac, a Metro (or Modern) version for Windows 8, and around the clock remote access to Linux computers. The new version, TeamViewer 8, is free to download for personal use, and is also available for business use with several new features targeted at enterprise users. If you’ve been using TeamViewer 8 Beta, you will be prompted to download the official release.

Yaara Lancet December 5, 2012
TeamViewer 8 Is Officially Launched With Retina Support, A Windows 8 App & More [Updates]
4 Surprising Ways To Encrypt Your Data

Linux Mac

4 Surprising Ways To Encrypt Your Data

Encryption is often considered the playground of geeks alone, but it doesn’t have to be. Encryption just means that information is scrambled and you can only access the real information with a special password or key. On an Internet where we don’t want our credit card numbers and other sensitive data exposed to prying eyes, encryption is an important tool.

Chris Hoffman December 5, 2012
4 Surprising Ways To Encrypt Your Data
The 5 Best Wii U Games To Buy For Christmas [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

The 5 Best Wii U Games To Buy For Christmas [MUO Gaming]

The Wii U, the latest home games console from Nintendo, is sure to be on the Christmas lists of many this year. Children who want the latest and greatest gadgets will want one to replace their aging Wii, while geeky adults who want to jump to the next-gen and cannot wait for Sony and Microsoft to cater to their desires will also seek one out. The Wii U was released just in time for the holiday season.

Dave Parrack December 5, 2012
The 5 Best Wii U Games To Buy For Christmas [MUO Gaming]
Mythbusters: Dangerous Security Advice You Shouldn’t Follow

Internet

Mythbusters: Dangerous Security Advice You Shouldn’t Follow

When it comes to internet security, everyone and their cousin has advice to offer you about the best software packages to install, dodgy sites to stay clear of, or best practices when it comes to passwords. Or perhaps you’ve never listened to others and have your own beliefs about internet security? In that case – this post is for you. Let’s take a look at some of the most common beliefs – some might say myths – about internet security.

James Bruce December 5, 2012
Mythbusters: Dangerous Security Advice You Shouldn’t Follow
HP TouchPad Not Charging? Don’t Worry, It’s Probably Not Bricked!

DIY

HP TouchPad Not Charging? Don’t Worry, It’s Probably Not Bricked!

The HP TouchPad is a remarkable piece of kit. This tablet computer with its dual core CPU was released with a buggy version of the webOS operating system back in mid-2011 and failed to capture the imagination of app developers, leading to HP dropping the device within weeks of its launch. The ensuing firesale resulted in tablets being picked up brand new for under $100 on both sides of the Atlantic.

Christian Cawley December 5, 2012
HP TouchPad Not Charging? Don’t Worry, It’s Probably Not Bricked!
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