Is the battery in your iPhone 5s draining rapidly after upgrading to iOS 8?

Is the battery in your iPhone 5s draining rapidly after upgrading to iOS 8?

After I upgraded my iPhone 5s to the new iOS 8 I found my battery draining way too quickly!

I checked a few placed online to see if other had the issue and couldn’t find anything so I did some digging and found this…

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What do you do with a bunch of dead HDs?

What do you do with a bunch of dead HDs?

That was the question I put to two Google+ communities earlier today.

The answers ranged from the insane to some good ideas. Oh and what’s the deal with magnets, I know we’re all geeks here and love geeky ‘things’ but magnets?

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How to get good WiFi coverage in a large house

How to get good WiFi coverage in a large house

I was asked to visit a large 5 story townhouse in the centre of Utrecht (The Netherlands) as they were having difficulties with getting their WiFi coverage around the whole of the house.

It’s a large family, with a large house, and many Apple devices including iMacs, MacBook Pros, iPhone, iPads, you name it they have it!

So my job was simple, but did they have the right equipment?

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WordPress redirecting to homepage issue, fixed

WordPress redirecting to homepage issue, fixed

Today I had an issue with getting into my WordPress (3.9.1) admin panel, and checking the logs it seems that I’m getting ‘brute force attacked’ so I had a feeling of being hacked.

But I am very conscious of hackers so I lock down my, and my client’s sites so to date that has never happened.

So it came as a shock, so I looked round my server logs and .htaccess files to see if anything had caused the problem and couldn’t find anything, so I got more and more frustrated.

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OS X Server update to 10.9.2, on a live machine, with some issues

OS X Server update to 10.9.2, on a live machine, with some issues

Doing an OS X Server update to 10.9.2 this morning, hope all goes well, if not I have a back up.

Do you?

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Pristine 2009 MacBook Pro with an unfortunate virus

Pristine 2009 MacBook Pro with an unfortunate virus

If anyone tells you that “Apple does not get viruses” then turn your back and fire them, they simply don’t know what they’re talking about.

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How to turn on the Find My Mac service on your MacBook or Mac

How to turn on the Find My Mac service on your MacBook or Mac

Have you setup the Find My Mac service on your MacBook or in-fact any of your Macs? It’s about time you did.

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Understanding ‘Raid’ in one simple image

Understanding ‘Raid’ in one simple image

I found this image on the net of how some Raid systems works, you can’t get any easier than this.

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How to backup your MySQL Database on OS X Server

How to backup your MySQL Database on OS X Server

I setup a new OS X Server to test sites that I build, but I wanted a script that could backup the MySQL database automatically without me messing with phpmyadmin all the time.

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How to remove stripped screws from a MacBook Pro

How to remove stripped screws from a MacBook Pro

I had to replace a top case on a MacBook Pro 15″ unibody for a client, but had an issue with five of the six screws that hold the display assembly in place.

Two of the screws had been stripped before, seems like someone had tried this before, but the screws were in so tight that I managed to strip the remaining three.

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