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The Most Common PIN Number

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According to analysis conducted by Data Genetics, the most common PIN number used by people and accounted for 11% of the 3 Million passwords in the world is 1234. I am pretty sure that you are also guilty in using this PIN number once in your life and or 1111 which is 2nd place (6%) in the list. See the complete list of the PIN analysis after the jump.

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Upgrade To iOS 6 Is Now Available

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iOS 6 Has Finally Launched. Is It Time To Upgrade?Just earlier I received an unlock email notification for my previously AT&T locked iPhone 4. Thanks to this proven service, my iPhone is unlocked forever. Upon plugging my iPhone to my computer to complete the process, iTunes prompt me to upgrade to iOS 6. Since I plan to sell my iPhone 4 anyway, I opt to upgrade and here are the features that worth the upgrade.

- Maps app. Cool voice-guided turn-by-turn directions.
- Smarter Siri. It can launch apps, update your Facebook or Twitter status and make restaurant reservations. Unfortunately for iPhone 4 users, Siri is not available on your handsets.
- Facebook Integration. Similar to Twitter, Facebook is fully integrated on the entire iOS.
- FaceTime over your carrier's 3G connection. With iOS 6.0, your are free from Wi-Fi's mercy.

More new features after the break!

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Pay Your MS Office License As Low As $99.99 Per Year

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Pay Your MS Office License As Low As $99.99 Per YearHere is another reason to stop using pirated Microsoft software. Microsoft announced on their office blog the newest Office 365 subscriptions for consumers and small businesses which lowers down MS Office licenses pricing to:
- $99.99 annually or $8.33 per month for home users with Office 365 Home Premium subscription.
- $149.99 annually or $12.50 per user per month for small business with 1-10 employees with Office 365 Small Business Premium.

This move shows that Microsoft is redirecting toward subscription-based pricing instead of requiring multiple licenses for each device. Do you agree with this licensing model? let me know what you think, hit the comment.

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iPhone 5 is Officially Here

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iPhone 5 is Officially Here
OK so it is officially here. Are you surprise? really? because I wasn't. I wasn't because all speculation which I had seen on the mock ups
were at least 99% correct. It is taller, thinner than 4s, 4-inch wider screen, aluminum body (I like the glass body more), 20% lighter than 4S, 8 megapixel shooter, faster A6 processor and smaller connector which they call lightning connector. Some of the new stuffs that I'm looking forward to are the new iOS 6, panoramic camera mode, and FaceTime HD!. Its pricing? the new iPhone will come in 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB versions, with the 16GB version starting at $199.99. My overall impression of the new iPhone? Im a bit disappointed. Like I said before, I am more into looks and in terms of how Apple designed the iPhone 5, there's not much of a difference compare to 4S. It is simply an elongated iPhone 4.

Will I Upgrade to iPhone 5? Yes for sure because I'm an Apple user. My life is built around iPad, iMac, iPod and iPhone. Changing to new environment would be like moving to a new neighborhood. It would be a dumb decision for me.

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iPhone 5 is Finally Here

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iPhone 5 launching
It is already September 12 but I live in the philippines which is 15 hours apart from San Francisco where the iPhone 5 launching is expected to happen. If your Apple fanatic, for sure you want pull the time so can you can confirm the rumors on how this newest phone would look like and what new features it would bring to already crowded competion of mobile devices. For now... We have to wait for few hours more. Gotta go to sleep. I'm excited on what tomorrow tech news would bring.

 

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Attach More Than 5 Photos In iOS Email With Instamail Photo

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Apple iOS is arguably by far the most user friendly mobile platform ever invented in the past 10 years but sometimes its simpleness put limits to what user can do. If you already noticed, you can only attached at most 5 photos in one email in iPhone, iPod or iPad. This could be a problem for people who use to attached several pictures on their email. Fortunately you can overcome the said limitation with Instamail Photo app. Once your done downloading Instamail app from App store, just launch the app and hit the black middle button.

Attach More Than 5 Photos In iOS Email With Instamail Photo

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