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Spring 2012 – What news do you want to hear?

So the clocks have gone forward an hour in sunny England and a whole host of new things are to look forward to.

Will the iPhone 5 be out at the end of this Summer?

Is a new Call of Duty going to be released earlier this year?

 

What news / reviews / tutorials would you like to see us doing?

Please give us your suggestions and we can make it happen!

 

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Tech Towers YouTube Channel

 

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Introducing – TechTowers YouTube Channel!

Hello readers! I would like to introduce you to our new way of connecting with everyone out there with our new Tech Towers YouTube Channel!

It is something we have been concentrating on lately as it gives more of a visual understanding of how to’s, walkthroughs, tutorials, whatever you want to call it!

 

 

Have a browse of our uploaded videos now by going to our channel here.

http://www.youtube.com/TechTowers

 

Through our Tech Towers channel we will keep you updated on any major issues as well as videos for reference to help you when you need it most!

So please subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out on the latest technology stories / how to’s / walkthroughs / tutorials!

 

iOS5 for Apple iPhone available to public today!

Apple iPhone users have been anticipating the release of the new operating system iOS5 for months. Today it is finally being released to the public as an update through iTunes.

As briefly summarised in our iPhone 4S reveal post, there are over 200 new features which improve the usability of your iPhone.

iMessage – Similar to BlackBerry‘s messenger (BBM) allows iPhone users to instant message each other through either wifi or mobile internet without paying for sms costs.

Notification Centre – Similar to HTC and other Android mobiles a drop / pull down notification menu allows you to easily see all of your incoming / outgoing communication in an easy to view format.

Reminders – Before iOS5 you would have to input reminders through your calender which isn’t the fastest or most ideal way.

Calendar – The calendar has also been improved allowing you to see events easier.

Photo Editing – So you don’t need a separate app anymore.

Camera Access – Now you can get to your camera from the lockscreen which hopefully means you’ll have more time to be able to capture those priceless moments not forgetting being able to use the volume up button as a dedicated shoot button!

Wireless Syncing – No need to plug your device into your computer anymore by syncing your music, videos and photos over wifi.

For more info go to the Apple site!

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