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SilverHawk
1 hour ago

How do you keep tabs on the voice quality of phone calls over a VoIP network? I occasionally hear complaints from customers about poor call quality, but...

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owen
5 hours ago

What do you need to do to be able to run Android apps on a Chromebook? In light of how closely related Android and Chrome OSes are, it wouldn’t seem to be...

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mandril
5 hours ago

I was asked to look at a relatives desktop because of a very noisy fan. When I opened it up, the case was full of dust and...stuff. To a degree, it is...

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jackson
5 hours ago

There was an announcement today that Google and Dropbox were starting something called Simply Secure to improve cloud storage security. What does Simply...

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stephenb
6 hours ago

There has been a lot of talk about Alibaba’s upcoming IPO, and how it could be huge. I’ve barely heard of Alibaba. What does the company offer that makes it...

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mandril
1 day ago

I bought my Nexus 7 (2013 version) over a year ago. It’s still a pretty good tablet, but I wouldn’t mind something a little newer. Have there been any...

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pcaulfield
1 day ago

There are delays with iOS8 because of problems with the “HealthKit.” I’ve never heard of HealthKit before. What exactly is it?

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rcook12
1 day ago

How much free space is needed on a iPad to install iOS8? I have an iPad Mini with 16GB, so I don’t have too much to work with.

Tags: apple, iOS 8, iPad mini |
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pcaulfield
2 days ago

The lightning connection audio standard for Apple devices was announced almost three months ago. When will I be able to buy headphones that take advantage...

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