The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

…ess firmly and hold on the Safari tab to get a quick peek at the web page rather than switching to it. If that is the web page you’re looking for then you can press harder to pop into the web page. If that is not the one, then just release your finger, to switch back to the tab mode. Besides toggling 3D Touch on and off, you also can adjust the sensitivity of the feature if you choose to use it. Open the Settings app from the home screen. Navigate…

The Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

The Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

…iPhone 6 display, but running at 3x retina resolution, which works out to 2001 x 1125 (virtual) pixels. Here are some screenshots which gives a good idea of the difference between the zoomed and standard mode on the iPhone 6 Plus. In zoomed mode, the iPhone 6 acts like a virtual iPhone 5s display, but running at 2x retina resolution, which works out to 1136 x 640 pixels. So the zoomed mode makes each iPhone show the same UI as the standard mode of

Review: FileMaker Pro 14 continues to make the best better

Review: FileMaker Pro 14 continues to make the best better

…Improvements include expanding the number of concurrent users from 50 to 100. Unfortunately, this leads to the biggest problem with FileMaker Server in that you are charged for the number of concurrent connections (on Browser and FileMaker Go) based on units of 5. This starts at $1,440 per 5-pack per year. If you are a big business, this is money well spent. If you are a mom and pop store, it might be out of your league. A certain amount of the f…

A True Survivor: Songwriter/Melodic Rocker Jim Peterik Interviewed

A True Survivor: Songwriter/Melodic Rocker Jim Peterik Interviewed

…lling out the box set, signing them. We’re actually are selling the first 100, signed and numbered, box sets this Saturday. And we’re doing a short unplugged set. But we’re big supporters of the record store scene, and of course the 18th, this Saturday, is Record Store Day, which is quite an event within the record stores, so we’re excited about that. We’re doing a lot of that. So yeah, we’re going back to the stores. Whitman: That’s great, and we…

TechnologyTell Review: Flir FX wireless HD video camera

TechnologyTell Review: Flir FX wireless HD video camera

…Direct Mode, your device connects directly to the Flir FX camera (within 500 feet the box says, though my testing has maintained 143 feet so far) so you can watch the live feed as well as replay recorded video when you’re away from civilization (or at least any usable wireless network). Automatic recording is disabled in Direct Mode, which means you can’t use the Flir FX camera for your campsite security with motion/sound triggers. Although you c…

Apple iPhone 6s review: Pointing the way to a perfect ‘7’

Apple iPhone 6s review: Pointing the way to a perfect ‘7’

…n of a straight edge or two on the iPhone 7 in 2016, if only so that the $800 smartphone can be held more securely without having to resort to a $5 TPU case from eBay. The iPhone 6s display is as gorgeous as ever, of course. The raw resolution of 750p is now looking rather low compared to the 1080p and now QHD in competing flagships in the Android and Windows worlds, but don’t worry because it’s absolutely fine at 4.7″ here, with the full RGB matr…

10 Ways to Free Up Disk Space on Your Windows PC

10 Ways to Free Up Disk Space on Your Windows PC

…out CleanMyPC with the free trial version, which only allows you to clean 500MB of unnecessary files, resolve up to 50 registry issues, completely uninstall one application, remove one extension, turn off and on one autorun of an application of your choice, clean any amount of privacy data of your choice only once, and securely erase any number of files or folders only once. A single license of CleanMyPC costs $39.95 and is well worth the money. Y…

iPhone 8 Plus Review: The Last, Greatest ‘Classic’ iPhone

iPhone 8 Plus Review: The Last, Greatest ‘Classic’ iPhone

…hone 4 range. Unlike on the old ‘4’ though, the sides are curved aluminum rather than flat stainless steel, meaning that the 8 Plus is vastly more slippery in the hand (though slightly gripper than last year’s aluminium backed design). I had my review unit in a Spigen TPU case within an hour of starting to use this day to day – and you’ll do something similar. The biggest benefit of the glass back is that Apple can get cracking with the final part…

TechnologyTell Review: ARCHT One Wireless Audio System

TechnologyTell Review: ARCHT One Wireless Audio System

…stes. Now that I’ve had the chance to sit and stare at the ARCHT One, I’m rather disappointed in the choice of glossy plastic for the body. This is a $600 speaker that looks half its worth all because of the way gloss successfully cheapens appearances. Don’t get me wrong – I completely understand that the bulk of the purchase cost goes toward the hardware and electronics. But I think it’s a fair poke to the ribs, considering how the company touts…

TechnologyTell Review: Izon View Wi-Fi surveillance camera

TechnologyTell Review: Izon View Wi-Fi surveillance camera

…a lock which, when pressed, permanently saves the alert. Only a total of 100 can be saved as such, and only within with app. Everything else is automatically deleted after 7 days. There is no limit to the number of alerts at any one time, just an expiration date. Deleting individual alerts requires a press-hold to activate that option. For some, this can be very limiting. For others, not so much. Although 100 events can be saved within the app, n…