Getting a new smartphone is a great time to think about your regular routine and whether it’s working for you or not. For example, are you really trusting all your photos, voicemail and text messages to that mysterious iCloud backup in iTunes? What happens if that fails? That’s why I have a redundant weekly backup of my new Apple iPhone X onto my computer through AnyTrans. Here’s how it works…
If you’ve had an iPhone long enough, odds are good that at some point you have looked at your photos, voicemail or even text messages and been alarmed to find something was missing. A file, an important message, even a video snippet, gone when you thought it was safe and secure on your device.
I was reading on Facebook, of all places, about someone who said her LinkedIn account was hacked through a third-party app. Yikes. How do I check what third party apps have access to my LinkedIn account??
Got a weird one for you, Dave: I received an email from Google confirming my address as a backup and recovery email address for an account I didn’t create! Is someone spamming me or has someone stolen my identity on Google?
Lots of credit cards have a points system, but with the double points standard on the American Express Blue Business Plus credit card, a bit of savvy planning can turn out be a huge boon for your small business. And it’s true whether you’re a high flier or it’s a moonlighting gig with a desk that doubles as your dining room table.
Just upgraded to a new iPhone 8 and I’m really liking it. A huge jump from my iPhone 5s! Except for one thing: how do I shut up Siri telling me turn-by-turn directions when I use Apple Maps on my iPhone for driving directions?