Category Archive: Legal

Aug 10 2014

Incoming Gadget – Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset

Just a quick update. Given that my Logitech UE9000 wireless headphones broke at the end of June 2014 I’ve had to use other headphones until I sorted out my warranty claim. I’ll cover that in more detail soon but it took me four weeks to convince Logitech USA to replace the headphones as I purchased …

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Jun 29 2014

Broken Logitech UE9000 Headphones :(

A while back I unboxed my Logitech UE9000 headphones and I have really enjoyed their audio quality as well as the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity with my smartphone and computers. Unfortunately, after six months usage the plastic band across the top of the headphones snapped. The sound still works though but obviously there are problems …

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Jun 25 2014

iOttie Easy Flex Wireless Qi Charging Car Mount Review

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Introduction Again, I want to thank MobileZap for sending out the iOttie Easy Flex Wireless Qi Charging car mount for me to review on my blog. This car mount was one of a number of solutions physically and technically suitable for my new Nokia Lumia 1520 – this is just one of the wider range of wireless chargers on …

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Jun 16 2013

Beware of End of Financial Year Sales

Just a quick tip for those in Australia as we approach the end of year. No doubt, your inboxes will be bombarded with EOFY (End of Financial Year) sale promotions and various websites will have huge banners plastered on them spruiking offers. These offers may be very tempting particularly if you are justifying purchases as …

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Jan 23 2013

Ever Heard of Do Not Knock?

Perhaps not technically orientated but I thought this was a good tip to share nonetheless. I reckon a lot of us would of heard about the Do Not Call Register and even registered your phone numbers online to stop telemarketing calls from coming through. However, what if there was something to stop salespeople from knocking on your door? …

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Dec 25 2012

LastPass Sentry – Even More Password Protection

While this is a couple of months old I thought I would share this anyway as I thought this was a really neat feature. If you use LastPass as your password manager across your browsers you can execute a check of your account credentials through use of the LastPass Security Challenge. It will scan all …

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Dec 23 2012

How to Close Your Instagram Account

Following on from yesterday’s article about how to backup your Instagram photos the next step for some may be to delete your Instagram account altogether. It’s very easy to do – just visit http://instagram.com/accounts/remove/request/ and, if prompted, login prior to verifying your attention to close your Instgram account. Be careful though as this is a one way process. …

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May 25 2012

Call Me – Save Yourself a Call to Amazon

A couple of days ago I found that my replacement Kindle DX which I had in my possession for just two weeks succumbed to the screen failure issue that the original Kindle DX suffered. Needless to say I was a bit annoyed by this turn of events as I had not even had the chance to start …

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May 02 2012

Boydo’s Kindle DX Goes to Heaven

Well, just a few days out of warranty my Kindle DX went to heaven after suffering a fatal screen failure. Unfortunately, I was unable to get a free replacement unit (which is fair enough given that I am outside the warranty period) but my wife was able to get her Kindle replaced a few days …

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Apr 02 2012

An Easier Way to Monitor Google Apps E-mail Accounts

This tip is aimed at those of you who are using Google Apps with your personalised domain name and want to monitor the e-mail communications conducted under each e-mail address. For a variety of reasons, it’s important to be able to keep track of the e-mail communications undertaken by each user. It could be that …

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