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What Do You Like (or Hate) About iPhone X?

The recently released iPhone X poses a pretty radical shift in terms of how iOS users interact with their smartphone from the moment they pick it up. It’s got a sizable screen, face-scanning technology, and a pair of cameras designed to make your subjects pop without toting a fancy camera.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Encrypt Your Flash Drive to Ensure Your Peace of Mind

We’ve all lost a flash drive or two. Whether it was a cheap USB drive containing some promotional material, or top secret one detailing the security protocol pertaining to a certain Queen of England’s travel plans, sometimes we forget things, and have to hope that our sensitive information doesn’t fall into the wrong…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Get iOS 11.2, Which Brings iPhone X Wallpapers to Older iPhones

Apple just released iOS 11.1, but it’s already testing out the next big software update (3:22 pm – updated to reflect the public release of iOS 11.1). The first developer preview for iOS 11.2 arrived this week, bringing some small but exciting improvements to the operating system.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Read Quick Fiction on Your Commute With The Shortly App

iOS/Android: Using your commute time to read is a noble goal in theory, and an uphill battle in practice, between crowded trains, interruptions for transfers, and the difficulty of focusing on a long read or massive novel in five-minute increments. But if you still want to get some reading done in the few minutes of…Read […]

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How to Stop iOS Apps From Secretly Spying Through Your Camera

There’s no doubt you’ve given some iOS apps access to personal data like your photo library or contact list. But if you’ve given them access to your camera, they could be doing a lot more than you’re aware of behind the scenes, including photographing you without your knowledge. Luckily, you can stop the surreptitious…Read more… […]

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How to Scan Documents With iOS 11’s Notes App

iOS: iOS 11’s new built-in document scanning feature is both a time-saver and a convenient way to capture information. It makes it easy to attach real-world documents to your digital musings without leaving one app for another. It won’t replace any dedicated document scanning apps, but it’s a great alternative to…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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