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HackSource Forums – Free Hacking Community

Are you new to internet marketing? Need to improve your website ranking? Or maybe Improve your social networking performance. Or maybe you’re just looking for nulled, cracked software? All that and much more is available for free at HackSource forums. Hacks, exploits, SEO optimization, coding, programing, gaming, content writing. Those are just a few of many other topic found at...

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How to improve autocorrect on iPhone and iPad

Improve autocorrect Even if you’ve never experienced a full-on, mortifying ‘Damn you, autocorrect!’ moment, you’ve probably still had irritations with the system on your iPad. We happen to think it’s quite good, but even if you opt to switch off the Predictive engine it’s still useful to know how to manage autocorrect. The first thing to remember is that you...

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Sky Q tips and tricks

  Here’s how to get the most out of your Sky Q box If you’ve recently got your new Sky Q box, you’re awaiting its arrival or you’ve not quite hit that buy button just yet then you’re probably seeking out the ways to make the most of a box we described in our Sky Q review as ‘the best...

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10 things you didn’t know your smartphone could do

The secrets of your smartphone Smartphones are great; they’re basically a computer in your pocket packed full of features to make your life easier. In fact, the chances are you don’t fully appreciate exactly how powerful or useful your mobile is. Here are ten things you may not have realised your smartphone could do, and some tips on how to...

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How to unlock hidden OS X features

Delve into System Preferences or the preferences of many Mac apps and you’ll find a lot you can customise. Curiously, though, many commands and features are hidden from you, especially when it comes to Apple’s own apps. Outside of Apple, no one knows why. Perhaps these things aren’t considered fully baked, or Apple believes they would negatively impact the user...

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LG G5 tips and tricks

LG G5 tips and tricks LG has unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the LG G5, at this year’s Mobile World Congress – and it’s much more than a simple iterative update from the LG G4. It has an innovative modular design that enables you add even more features to the handset, as well as a premium aluminium body and a...

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How to set up a Raspberry Pi-powered cloud service

Do you want the convenience of an omnipresent Dropbox-like storage service without doling out wads of cash and your data to a third party? OwnCloud is one of the best pieces of opensource software to help you create your own private and protected cloud-sharing service. Using OwnCloud, you can sync and share your private data, and access it from any...

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A beginner’s guide to #Android

Time for a confession. I grew up with Mac OS X. I’ve owned just about every Apple machine and mobile device the Cupertino-based company has produced since 2000. I learned to type on an eMac in elementary school. In my teens I made homemade skateboard films on iMovie. My best friends all owned Macs and my first girlfriend even emailed me using iMail...

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Apple Watch Tips and Tricks

There are a host of tips and tricks to bend the Apple Watch to your will, and with watchOS 2, it gets even more versatile. watchOS is one of the most complex wearable operating systems going, and while it makes for a steep learning curve, it also means there’s an incredible amount of opportunity for customisation. In short, it’s the...

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iPhone 6S Tips and Tricks

Have you got a decent handle on what your new iPhone 6S or 6S Plus is actually capable of? It may look just like its predecessor, but your new iPhone has hidden depths. Apple adds all sorts of new capabilities with each new model, but they’re not always obvious. If you want to uncover all the new features and functionality,...