DanielDD
DanielDD
DanielDD
Sep 10 2014
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I'm sorry but I rarely see Apple fanboys like the ones you described (and I frequently visit Apple related blogs and forums)... I hate them too, because other people tend to generalize and think that if someone likes Apple, it must be non-techsavy (at best), dumb or even an ignorant with too much money on his/her Read more

Sep 8 2014
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1st world problem: I know all the answers... I can't use statistics to guess them :/

Aug 28 2014
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I find Office 2011 the best suite a student can have. If you are a student like me and your college provided you with an institutional e-mail, odds are that that e-mail is powered by office 365. Check your email address to see if you have an microsoft office subscription for free you did not know about.

Aug 27 2014
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The sweet spot for me is iCloud and OneDrive - iCloud for Calendar, Reminders, Notes and Phone/Tablet Backup and OneDrive as a File Storage, personal backup and File Sharing

Mar 25 2014
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I use Documents by Readdle to zip the files I want to send. But that's quite a nice app. I'm going to give it a try

Feb 19 2014
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It is no secret that Google is constantly "spying" on us. Read more

Feb 19 2014
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I'm going to hell for this joke but: Dat magnifying glass in chrome's icon :D

Feb 17 2014
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Naturally. But when I need to wake up earlier than say, 8am, I usually ask my mom to call my phone. Nothing like a "Good Morning Son" by my mom instead of the alarm pre set of most phones.

Feb 17 2014
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The companies were not hacked in the traditional form. Yes, there is a flaw, but strong password, a second factor autenticator, not associating your credit card with any account and not linking emails together solve many problems. Or delete all my internet accounts and live in a cave. No way I can be hacked!

Feb 15 2014
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Although there's no replacement for the service that Kickstarter provides, this is exactly why I only use the services delivered by the "big players": Apple, Microsoft and Google because that have very little change of being successfully hit by a hacker attack. Read more

Jan 28 2014
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I'm not an expert in this department but I do like appreciating some music. I gotta say I am pretty impressed with the sound quality of the new Apple headphones (30€). They sound amazing and use them all the time. They also offer some good quality low frequencies (much better than Beats by DrDre in my opinion).

Oct 29 2013
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Nutrition wise, of course not. But my doctors always tell me that the amount of salt you need is naturally on food. In order to get food to taste better, it is healthier to use spices and herbs, especially herbs.

Oct 29 2013
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I've been living alone (that's right ladies, I'm all single :D) since September last year and I never had salt in my house. And it turns out I don't need it to cook - there's a whole world besides salt tempering: Read more

Oct 17 2013
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Windows 8.1 is better than Windows 7. I have been struggling since last year with the new start screen and I have to say that, with this upgrade, I'm going to ditch the Start 8 (and Start Menu from Windows 7). The start screen is very customizeable, but that's not all: The way the mouse works with the Metro part has

Oct 5 2013
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I must disagree with you. I prefer having apps' setting away from the app because I barely use them. The idea of having all setting from all apps in a single specific app is much more efficient than having a settings tab in each app that differ from each other. But to each is own...

Sep 12 2013
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Seems like you need Documents by Readdle to browse your files on your iPad

Sep 12 2013
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Am I the only one who finds Enchange much better than imap?

Sep 9 2013
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Nothing like the good and old Reminders app

Aug 19 2013
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Mac version of the article: just use the default browser of the operative system and click "Reader"