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LogMeIn Axes Free Version of Their Remote Desktop Software

Remote Desktop

Giant’s LogMeIn have recently axed their free remote desktop software and offered users a subscription only offer. No doubt LogMeIn is very useful and popular for business owners but by axing their free version they are bound to lose a lot of customers that won’t want to upgrade to the subscription based service especially if you only need to fix one or two computers several times a year.

Configure Apple Mail Email for Hotmail IMAP

Setup Outlook.com for Apple Mail

Microsoft announced a few months ago that they were to introduce IMAP support for anyone with a Windows Live, Hotmail, MSN email account. This tutorial we will configure Apple Mail to use IMAP instead of the default POP. We will be using Mavericks the latest version of the Mac operating system although the settings will be the same for any Mail Client on Windows, Mac, Linux and any mobile client.

How Market Share And Use Of Cell Phones Is Increasing

SmartPhone

As technology has advanced over the years so have mobile cell phones. The days when you had to have arms of steel to carry one around to now being able to easily lose it without even knowing it. Smartphones have been wildly adopted at an increasing rate over the last few years. The following infographic highlights how the market share has increased. Will Android win the battle over iOS? Will relative newcomers Windows steal a percentage? Who do you think will win? You might just be surprised.

Top Time Saving WordPress Plugins

Top Time Saving WordPress Plugins

Navigating the WordPress plugin directory to find the right plugin can be difficult. Some people may think that there is too much choice where as some will think there is not enough. Over the past couple of weeks I have tested some top time saving WordPress plugins from just under the 28,000 plugins that are on offer from the WordPress plugins directory to save you time, boost your productivity and possibly make your blog even better.

Review – Hands on with the Sony Xperia SP

Sony Xperia SP

I have been hands-on testing the Sony Xperia SP for the past week. The Sony Xperia SP is a mid-level phone which is not as feature rich or as powerful as the Xperia Z series. Although this is my first time with a Sony Smartphone I once owned the extremely popular Sony K750i a number of years ago which was as solid as a rock and featured one of the best cameras around for it’s time. Would the Sony Xperia SP stand up to the challenge?

Wow Weekly Friday 13th September

Setup Outlook.com for Apple Mail

Sorry I haven’t posted for a while I have been designing my new WP theme and organising my content to suit. Meanwhile I have decided to hand pick a selection of news and favourite articles from around the web, something I plan to do on a weekly basis when I have got my new theme up and running. Read more on Wow weekly….