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4.3.1

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How to move the SwiftKey number pad to the left

SwiftKey's update to 4.3.1 now lets you move the number pad to the left, making it easier to reach for left-handed users.

By November 25, 2013

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Google Nexus 7 arrives on Three without 3G

The new Google Nexus 7 has landed on Three, but there's no 3G model unless you buy a dongle too.

By October 4, 2013

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iOS 4.3.3 jailbroken, let the iPhone unlocking commence!

Apple's iOS 4.3.3 has already been cracked open, and it was easier than expected.

By May 6, 2011

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Web speed tests: Tablet tournament!

Three recently released tablets duke it out for the privilege to challenge reigning Web speed champs, the Xoom and the iPad 2.

By April 27, 2011

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Jailbreak for iOS 4.3.1 arrives, except for iPad 2

Less than two weeks after iOS 4.3.1 gets released, the latest in a long series of tools for users to gain a higher degree of control over their iOS devices begins making the rounds.

By April 4, 2011

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Fix hanging iPad, iPhone backups

Some users have been experiencing issues when attempting to backup their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, especially when installing iOS updates like 4.3.1.

By March 30, 2011

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Speed tests: iPad 2 vs. PlayBook vs. Xoom

The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook, the Motorola Xoom, and the Apple iPad 2 go head-to-head in Web speed tests.

By April 13, 2011

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iOS 4.3.1 update goes live, but iOS 5 may not be released until Autumn

Apple has pushed out a minor update to its iOS software, version 4.3.1, although it's all about bug fixes. There is also new speculation about what may be in the next major release, iOS 5.

By March 28, 2011

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Report: iOS 4.3.2 coming soon

Apple is said to be nearing a release on another minor update for iOS 4.3, which will bring with it a handful of bug fixes and patch some security holes.

By April 7, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1441: In: Living Social. Out: Groupon. So five minutes ago: Your privacy (Podcast)

In the news today, Google is coming under the antitrust microsope, your privacy is breached left, right, and center by everyone from Pandora's mobile apps to the growing Epsilon email breach scandal. The MPAA files the least shocking lawsuit ever (sorry, Zediva), two venerable tech names become one, and the leaky ship of the NY Times paywall gets yet another loophole. --Molly

By April 5, 2011