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Mac or PC: Which one is better for Remote Work?
Mac or PC: Which one is better for Remote Work?

Now that many companies have transitioned to part-time or full-time remote work environments, you’re probably wondering what computer you should get yourself to help you work better. You might also use a computer for hobbies like gaming, drawing, recording podcasts, or editing videos.

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Why It’s Important to Backup Your Data: 5 Ways to Safeguard Your Information
Why It’s Important to Backup Your Data: 5 Ways to Safeguard Your Information

Wondering why tech experts strongly advise you to always keep a backup of your data? Read on to find out why and how to do it yourself.

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Is Your Laptop On The Fritz? Now Is The Time To Repair It Before School Starts
Is Your Laptop On The Fritz? Now Is The Time To Repair It Before School Starts

Using a laptop for school? It’s time to check and see if you need to get something fixed before school work flows in. Read below to know what you should look out for, and what you should do when you spot an issue.

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Is It Worth Repairing a Broken MacBook, or Should You Sell It?
Is It Worth Repairing a Broken MacBook, or Should You Sell It?

Whether we’re talking about the MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro, one thing’s for sure -- anyone who’s used any of them long enough has experienced a problem or two, such as a cracked LCD, a bad battery, or some other hardware issue.

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Top 5 Phone Accessories You Should Seriously Consider Purchasing
Top 5 Phone Accessories You Should Seriously Consider Purchasing

High megapixel cameras, big touchscreens, thumping loudspeakers, and the likes aren’t just enough to satisfy the needs of today’s phone users. Some want more battery juice without the need for a wall socket, some need extra protection for their phones, while some love the convenience of wireless earphones and headphones.

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Everything You Should Know About the Latest iOS Update
Everything You Should Know About the Latest iOS Update

From unlocking your iPhone with a face mask on to having more control in terms of app tracking, here’s everything you should know about the iOS 14.5 .

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Play It Safe: Top 5 Family-Friendly Apps for Kids
Play It Safe: Top 5 Family-Friendly Apps for Kids

Thanks to COVID-19, kids are spending a lot more time on their devices. Whether it’s a MacBook Air for school, the iPad for music lessons, or just an iPhone 8 for regular screen time, kids are in front of screens more than ever before. Let’s use that time wisely! We’ve done our research and have found some of the top education apps for children. Check out a few of the options we’ve come up with:

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Sorting Through Old Photos and Contacts - Do You Need Them All?
Sorting Through Old Photos and Contacts - Do You Need Them All?

In this blog, we’ll cover a couple of reasons why you should consider sorting through your old photos and contacts. After all, 2021 could be your year of productivity and efficiency.

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Device Backup - How Important Are They Really?
Device Backup - How Important Are They Really?

In this blog, we’ll address that question and more, including the definition of a backup and how to backup all of your devices.

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