Posts Tagged ‘Sync’


Top Tips For Using A New IPad

Are you interested in learning about an iPad? There are so many benefits to owning one. First, consider these things about your iPad. The following paragraphs are full of useful information and ideas that will assist you in making a wise buy.

The current applications should be something that you pay attention to at all times. Many of the apps the iPad runs are able to stay in the background when you’re doing other things. To check what is running on the iPad, just double click the Home button. The apps currently running will appear in a bar at the bottom of your screen. Swipe downwards to make the bar disappear when you’ve finished.

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How To Learn About The Right Tablet

Most people would agree that their iPad is a fantastic example of how far technology has come along. Learning about the iPad is the perfect way to improve your experience with the device. Read this piece to find out how useful an iPad is.

You may need to plug your tablet into the back, not the front, of your computer for charging to work. USB powers tend to have lower power in the front of the computer, as USB powers can be different. When your iPad still doesn’t charge, buy a wall adapter.

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Guide On How To Efficiently Use Your Ipad

Are you interested in learning about an iPad? This is a major purchase that will help you have fun and be more productive. You should know a few things before you start using your iPad. Read on to get a great basic education in the iPad.

When your volume buttons don’t work, go to Settings, then General, and click on Sounds. Be sure you have the feature that allows you to change volume with buttons enabled. It is also possible to utilize your volume slider as a means to adjust sound.

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Firefox 11, live this week, gets dev tools and add-on sync, but not much more

Firefox 11 goes live this week. Will the new edition of the popular browser help revive Mozilla’s fortunes? 



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How do I sync my PC with my Kindle?

A reader is having problems loading ebooks onto her Kindle

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Scrawl Lets You Store Text Notes and Sync Them Between Your Macs

The application makes good use of iCloud, letting you keep simple notes in sync between your Macs using an interface that’s elegant and simple.



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Microsoft SkyDrive for iOS mini-review

Despite having its own mobile platform to support, Microsoft is still understandably keen to keep its fingers in other pies, particularly those tasty iOS desserts. As such it should come as no surprise that there is an app that can be used to access the files you have chosen to store in the cloud in your SkyDrive from your iPhone, iPod or iPad. There is now no shortage of online storage services to choose from, but from the offset this is one that will prove popular with anyone looking to not only store files online, but to benefit from integration with other Microsoft services such as Hotmail.

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Mendeley: where academic research meets the cloud

The world of academia and research thrives on organization and collaboration. And when it comes to keeping your research, notes, journals and other documents in order, Mendeley is just the service you need.

It’s cloud-based, allowing you to not just back up and sync your research library online and across multiple computers via the cross-platform Mendeley Desktop tool and Mendeley (Lite) for iPhone and iPad, but you can also collaborate with others, too, thanks to the tools it provides in conjunction with its group sharing capabilities.

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Scare up one of these 25 downloads released this week

It’s the end of October, but the relentless release rate of software shows no sign of abating. The last seven days have been at least as busy as usual, so it would not be surprising if you managed to miss a few titles here and there. Thankfully, we’ve had our finger on the pulse and have compiled a roundup to help you get up to speed. One of the biggest releases of the week is undoubtedly Google’s browser, which has come out of beta with the release of Chrome 15.0.874.106 FINAL. As well as speed and stability improvements, there is also a redesigned tab interface that fans of portable apps can take advantage of.

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One day before iCloud and iOS 5, Apple drops iTunes 10.5

The attention of Apple fans has been focused on the imminent release of iPhone 4S on October 14, but before that there is iCloud and iOS 5 — tomorrow. To make the most of both, a new version of iTunes is needed.  iTunes 10.5 includes iCloud support as well as a number of other important additions.

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