Apple’s iOS 14.4 software update is available now for iPhones and iPads. The update has several bug fixes and also patches three security vulnerabilities found in the operating systems that the company believes hackers were actively exploiting.   In order to maintain security for their users, companies like Apple, Google and Samsung are consistently updating their operating systems. This update from Apple address vulnerabilities that have…

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“Go straight to the stuff that matters most.” – Android Android 11 focuses on people, controls and privacy.   Messaging- To start, they implemented dedicated conversation notifications. Messages from any texting app, whether it’s the device’s built-in Messages app or a third-party chat app like Facebook Messenger, now appear in their own section at the…

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iOS 14 was released September 16, 2020 and is one of Apple’s biggest iOS updates to date. They introduced Home screen design changes including widgets, an App Library, compact UI, improved search features, new messaging options, new Memoji features, improved Map features, a more user-friendly Translate and a brand-new Siri experience, just to name a…

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Social distancing and working from home may be a necessity for now, and while it is we have the gear to help! As many of us ride out the COVID-19 pandemic by shifting our workplace into the home, we are finding that we need our technology to be up to the task. Working from home…

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With Stay At Home Orders are in effect, fighting COVID-19 can be lonely and isolating–but it doesn’t have to be. You may already have some technology at home that keeps you connected with your loved ones despite the current social restrictions. A lot of people are familiar with “Skype” and “FaceTime”, but there are features…

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Your smartphone, as it turns out, is covered with 10 times the amount of bacteria found on a toilet seat. GROSS, right?! Some estimates say that viruses may be able to survive on your devices for up to 9 days. Your lifeline, the one thing that’s constantly in your hand. It’s pressed up against your…

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Have you ever broken or lost your phone and the pictures that were on it? Here’s a step by step guide to make sure that never happens again, by backing up your pictures through Google Photos. Google Photos lets you access your photos anywhere as long as you know your Gmail account login information. Using…

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If you have kids, have a phone, watch TV, get on the internet, know someone under the age of 30, or basically if you are alive, chances are you’ve had a moment like this, or at the very least have seen the white and yellow ghost icon that seems to be popping up everywhere. With…

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I’m guessing that, at some point in your cell phone owning career, you’ve either lost a phone, cracked a screen, maybe endured a little water damage, or you just needed an upgrade (unless you’re still rockin’ the Motorola Razr, in which case, I commend you). Regardless of the circumstance, I bet you got a new…

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1. Review your last steps where did you leave your phone? 2. Call Inland Cellular and get your phone turned off so that no one can use it. When we do shut your phone off that means that no one can use it for Text messaging or Calling, however they can still access all of…

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