If you can’t find your device, use Lost Mode right away to lock it and keep track of its location. If you have Family Sharing set up, you can turn on Lost Mode for family members’ devices, too. For more information, see the Apple Support article Family Sharing.
Lost Mode requires an iOS device that meets minimum system requirements. You can lock a Mac or iOS 5 device, but you can’t track it. If you lock a Mac, you can’t locate it if it’s not near a previously used Wi-Fi network, and you won’t be able to erase it remotely.
What is Lost Mode? Lost Mode locks your device with a passcode so that others can’t access your personal information. When your device is in Lost [...]
Today Google has announced that the Android One program has entered a new continent: Africa. So far, the company’s affordable smartphone initiative has been contained to certain Asian markets.
However, with the Infinix Hot 2 handset, Android One will debut in Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Egypt, and Morocco. These countries have combined populations of 379 million people. Infinix, Google’s partner this time around, is apparently “one of the hottest, fastest growing smartphone brands in Africa”.
The Infinix Hot 2 comes with a 5-inch 720p touchscreen, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, a 2 MP selfie snapper, a 1.3 GHz quad-core MediaTek [...]
Fax machines – remember them? No? Well, they were big in the 80’s but since then they’ve been getting smaller. In the days before email went mainstream they were really helpful – transmitting documents quickly and easily all across the world. Now though, most of these documents are sent over email. But despite the email explosion, fax is still useful and necessary from time to time; especially regarding documents that need a signature. The good news is that if you don’t have a fax machine, or are simply on the go, you can send a fax from your smartphone.
There are two ways of doing this – one is through an email fax service such as MyFax where you send and receive faxes from a [...]
If you think your OS X machine could be just a little faster — a little more efficient — this Essentials bundle features nine apps to sharpen your Mac’s performance for just $19.99 — roughly the same price you’d pay for any one of these titles on their own. Included in the mix are a number of popular apps, plus others that are seldom discounted. The lineup includes:Unibox: an innovative email client that makes email personal and enjoyable again Noiseless: one of the hottest new apps this year, which makes low-light photos beautiful again (be it from your iPhone or DSLR) Beamer: lets you stream virtually any media from your Mac to an AppleTV (1080p [...]