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  Do you have an older MacBook Air that seems to be having issues? You’re not alone. There is a chance that you were sold a unit with a defective solid-state drive (SSD). It was discovered that the flash drives on older MacBook Air systems previously sold have been known to fail. This affects 64GB…

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In a recent article, author Kendra Pierre-Louis talks about how many manufacturers in this day and age push consumers to purchase new mobile devices rather than just fix the ones they have. We couldn’t agree with this more. With new models coming out almost every 6 months now, manufacturers are hoping that consumers will upgrade…

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If you are not sure what ‘rooting’ means, it is simply providing yourself with root permissions on your Android. It’s much like running Windows programs as an administrator or while in Linux, running a command with sudo. When your phone is rooted, you are able to run apps which might require access to specific system […]

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MacBook Keyboard Issues 2015-08-26 8:38

Accidents can occur in an instant and cause MacBook keyboard issues that are costly to fix. Certain issues are unrelated to anything you have done. Check out the following for more information covering common complications that cause MacBook keyboards to malfunction. Liquid Spill Common sense dictates that you would keep liquids away from your laptop […]

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