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5 Ways To Identify Legitimate New $100 Bills And Avoid Being Scammed

Last week, I listed my iPad mini for sale on Craigslist so I could get some of the cash I’d need for the new iPad Air I planned to buy. A few days later, I got a call from a guy who wanted to buy it and we arranged to meet at a local coffee [...]

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How To Undo Incorrect Autocorrects On iOS

The autocorrect feature on iOS is great—until, inevitably, it “learns” something that’s wrong. And then you spend half your texting time trying to fix what it’s already tried to, well, fix. This can be extremely frustrating. If you’re at the end of your rope and desperate to stop the madness, there is a way to [...]

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How To Hide Bitstrips From Your Facebook News Feed

Seemingly out of nowhere, cartoon photos from an app called Bitstrips have taken over our Facebook News Feeds. While some of your comedic friends might have some clever Bits, there’s an easy way to hide them all at once, without missing other posts from your pals. Hint: this tip works for other apps that overload [...]

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Roundup: Our Most Popular Blog Posts This Week

Over the past week our most popular blog posts have been Tweeted, posted on Facebook and LinkedIn along with being pinned on Pinterest. Get on the ZAGG bus and follow us to learn about the latest tech news, gadgets, apps, accessories and even our giveaways.  Here’s a rounded up list of the latest and greatest [...]

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How to Enable (Or Disable) DMs from Your Twitter Followers

For a few weeks now, Twitter has given you the option to opt-in to receive Direct Messages (DMs) from any of your followers, not just the ones you follow. For some reason, it just broke news today, with the blogosphere blowing up about it this morning. To be fair, a lot of the frustration is [...]

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How To Enable Two-Step Password Authentication On Google

Two-step password authentication is one of the best ways today to protect your accounts from being compromised by nefarious individuals. In most cases, like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, access to your account is tied to both a password, and to a unique code that is generated either via text message or through an application on [...]

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[How To] Get Bold Text Back on Your iPhone and iPad with iOS 7

One subtle change in iOS 7 is the thickness of text. Apple has changed the system font (and even the font of ‘iPhone’ on the back of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c) to a lighter, thinner version of Helvetica, the font they’ve used since the beginning of iPhone OS. While subtle, the change is [...]

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Roundup: Our Most Popular Blog Posts This Week

Over the past week our most popular blog posts have been Tweeted, posted on Facebook and LinkedIn along with being pinned on Pinterest. Get on the ZAGG bus and follow us to learn about the latest tech news, gadgets, apps, accessories and even our giveaways.  Here’s a rounded up list of the latest and greatest [...]

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How To: 7 Tips And Tricks to Get You Started With iOS 7

After months of waiting, you can finally get iOS 7 on your iPhone and iPad beginning today. You might have some trouble with the installer — lots of people on Twitter seem to be — but once you get everything installed, it’s a whole new world of iOS. Most of it will seem familiar to [...]

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How To Customize The Alarm Clock On Nexus 4 With A Song From My Library

Are you wanting to wake up to your personal motivation theme song, but having a hard time figuring it out? It’s really easy, and doesn’t require purchasing an outside app. Step 1: Connect your phone to your computer. Make sure you select “Connect as Media device (MTP). Mac Users – You will need to download [...]

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