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App Developer Beats Donald Trump in Court Without a Lawyer | News & Opinion

Not only did engineer Tom Scharfeld win, he managed to get other Trump trademarks canceled or withdrawn. Donald Trump, now President Trump, is always quick to defend his name using a team of lawyers representing The Trump Organization. If you release a product or service that includes the word “Trump,” expect a letter demanding you stop. That’s exactly what happened to 40-year-old engineer Tom Scharfeld, developer of the iPhone app iTrump. According to Bloomberg, Scharfeld developed the iTrump app to…

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The Best VPN Apps for the iPhone

Why You Need an iPhone VPN When you hear about the latest outbreak of ransomware, the news almost always refers to something happening on Windows or Android devices. You don’t hear nearly as much about trouble for macOS devices, and even less for iPhones. Apple built security into iOS from the ground up, which means that it’s really tough for malware to get a foothold. However, Apple can’t do a thing to protect your data as it travels between your…

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How to get Portrait Mode on any iPhone: Manually add bokeh effect to photos

The bokeh effect is a photography trick used by many to change the context and presentation of a picture. The name derives from the Japanese word boke-aji, which directly translates to ‘blur-quality’. The effect blurs a certain part of the image and adds depth to your image. The bokeh effect technically comes from the lens, but not just any lens – you need a lens that can change focus, as is the case with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. But with that being…

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Best free iPhone apps: Fantastic iOS apps that cost nothing

Looking for the best free iPhone apps? We’re here to help, with our roundup of 85 fantastic free news, photography, entertainment, work and social apps for the iPhone. (If you’d rather know about software for tablets, take a look at our roundup of the Best free iPad apps.) Nobody likes spending money if they can avoid it. Luckily there are masses of free apps on the App Store, many of which are just as good as the paid-for alternatives, enabling…

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How to get wireless charging on your iPhone

You may soon be able to wirelessly charge your iPhone – the rumours suggest that at least one of the new iPhones due to launch this September will offer wireless charging. We look at what that might entail below and we also show you how you can add wireless charging to your iPhone right now. First a disclaimer. Wireless charging isn’t truly wireless. If you were thinking your device would just charge over the air then you will be disappointed.…

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How to Speed Up a Slow iPhone: Faster Performance Tips

Lots of our readers ask us how to speed up a slow, old iPhone – it’s a common problem. If you’re still using an iPhone that’s two or more generations old, the chances are that it isn’t as fast as it used to be. You may also find that your phone is a bit slow if you haven’t got a lot of space free, even if it’s a newer model. Or maybe your iPhone has been performing more sluggishly since you updated iOS.  All computing devices are prone…

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Best Antivirus 2017: Free & Paid Antivirus Reviews

Your Buying Guide for the Best Antivirus in 2017 Why you need antivirus Unless you’ve got some sort of security software installed, your Windows PC or laptop is vulnerable to viruses, malware and ransomware. The latter is particularly important right now, given that a second huge ransomware attack of 2017 has hit the headlines: Petya follows WannaCry, which earlier this year hit huge organisations including the NHS. The best solution is to install antivirus protection, and you’ll be pleased to hear it…

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At What Age Should a Child Get Their First Phone?

Unlike driving a car, there’s no law on when you can buy your child a phone. You’ll be the one paying for the contract or pay-as-you-go SIM, so a child of any age can have a phone. But the question for many parents is when is an appropriate time to hand them a phone? We’re primarily talking about smartphones of course, since they bring internet access – and its associated dangers – along with plain phone calls and text messages.…

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Best Routers 2017: Wi-Fi Router Reviews

Also see: Best Tech Deals Your buying guide for the best routers of 2017 There are two types of routers, those with built-in modems and those without. Although we still call them wireless routers, there’s no need as there aren’t any ‘wired’ routers any more: all have built-in Wi-Fi. That’s what makes them wireless. (Actually, there’s now a third type of router – mesh Wi-Fi network systems. These comprise two or more Wi-Fi routers which work together to deliver a…

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UK Drone Registration Soon to be Law

For the last few years, you’ve been able to buy and fly a drone in the UK anonymously. You just had to obey the rules of the UK Dronecode and fly only where you were allowed. Now, though, the UK government wants to increase safety and mitigate risks by bringing in drone registration and safety tests. So far there hasn’t been a significant incident involving a drone, but the latest report shows that drones weighing more than 250 grams ”…

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Gear Fit2 Pro Review: Hands-on with Samsung’s new fitness tracker

Samsung used IFA 2017 to unveil new wearables, including the new Gear Sport Smartwatch and an update to its Fit2 fitness tracker, which is now called the Fit2 Pro. Introducing swimming capabilities, continuous heart rate monitoring and more, the Fit2 Pro offers small but important improvements over its predecessor for fitness enthusiasts. Here, we share our first impressions of the new model. Gear Fit2 Pro: Price & Availability The Fit2 Pro doesn’t come cheap. It’s £209 / $199, which is…

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How to cancel Netflix in iTunes: Turn off subscription renewal on iOS & Mac

When you sign up for Netflix using the iPhone, iPad or Apple TV app then you are given the option of using iTunes billing to pay for your subscription. The ‘iTunes billing’ feature makes it easy to subscribe to services like Netflix, by paying for it monthly using your App Store account, just as you would any other app. But what happens when you want to cancel your Netflix subscription? While you can’t cancel via the Netflix website, you can…

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How to delete all photos from an iPhone: Take control of your Photo library

With a camera built into the iPhone, it’s easy to get carried away with iPhoneography. It’s easy to get carried away taking photos of your travels or selfies with your friends, but it doesn’t seem so easy to quickly delete them afterwards if you need to free up space on your iPhone. Here, we share top tips to help you get rid of unwanted photos fast. How to delete a single photo on iPhone We’ll start with the easiest way…

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iPhone 9 News: UK Price, Release Date, Features & Tech Specs

What’s the future of the smartphone? When will the iPhone 9 be released in the UK, and how different will it look from today’s smartphones in terms of features, design and tech specs? At Macworld we spend a lot of time wondering about the next generation of Apple devices. (If you share our curiosity, take a look at our iPhone 8, iPad mini 5, iPad Pro 2, Apple Watch 3 and Apple Car rumour articles, and our What will Apple…

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Moto X4 Review: Hands-On with Motorola’s Impressive New Mid-Range Phone

Motorola’s mid-range X series of smartphones is back with the new Moto X4, which follows 2015’s Moto X Play, X Style and X Force line-up. This time, Motorola has opted to go back to just the one model to keep things simpler, and it’s certainly a compelling new offering with plenty of interesting and impressive features. Take a closer look at the Moto X4 in our hands-on review. Moto X4 price and availability Starting at £349, the Moto X4 firmly…

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Best free iPhone games 2017

In this article we round up the best free iPhone games, from fighting and sports games to puzzles and RPGs – starting with our 12 favourite freebies of all: Asphalt 8: Airborne Beneath The Lighthouse Cally’s Caves 3 Circle Affinity Clash Royale Crossy Road Frisbee Forever 2 Imago King Rabbit Leap Day Super Stickman Golf 3 Threes! Free But there are many more – including reviews of the games above – in our main list. When considering free iPhone games,…

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How to take Live Photos on iPhone

Live Photos was introduced with the iPhone 6s along with a 3D Touch-enabled display and an improved camera – but what is Live Photos, and how do you use it? Read on to find out and learn our top Live Photo tips. (We also have a great round-up of the 47 best iPhone camera tips that you might like to read next). First, let’s talk about what Live Photos actually does. When you capture a Live Photo you’re actually getting a…

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Best Security Cameras for Home 2017: Top Smart Camera Reviews

Everyone likes to know that their home is secure and that everything and everyone inside is safe while we’re gone. In years past, that meant using a CCTV system to record, but few had remote access or alerts. Now you can buy a Wi-Fi-connected camera you can view from your phone. Also see: Best Camera Deals Modern home security cameras are very easy to set up. Some use cloud storage, so any evidence is saved online and safe from thieves who might steal…

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Fitbit Ionic Review: Hands-on with Fitbit’s First Fully-fledged Smartwatch

Fitbit has long been a leader in the activity tracker market, and is now taking on the smartwatch market with its new Fitbit Ionic. With a health and fitness focus, the Ionic sticks to what Fitbit does best, but takes things to a new level with on-board music, built-in GPS, contactless payments and more. We spent some time with the Ionic at IFA 2017 to bring you our first impressions of the wearable. You can find out more about the…

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Sonos Smart Speaker News: Release Date & Features

Sonos might be coming late to the smart speaker party, but it appears to be coming in style. Rather than have us argue about whether it should have included Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant or Microsoft Cortana, a document filed at the FCC suggests the upcoming speaker will support multiple virtual assistants. And that is music to our ears. Codenamed S13, the Sonos Smart Speaker will more than likely please our ears for other reasons, too. While Amazon Echo and Google…

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