Displaying items by tag: repair

Swezo, an automotive marketplace solution, offers auto parts for vehicles (both brand new and second-hand) and provides mechanic services that can restore, upgrade, and fix cars.

Published in Business IT
Tuesday, 18 August 2020 10:16

Review - CAT Video Repair Software

REVIEW PROMOTION No matter how careful we are, and no matter how digital the age, there will always come a time we need to repair a precious video.

Published in Software
Monday, 23 March 2020 15:47

Percussive maintenance on Mars

If you can't make it work, just lean on it, with a shovel.

Published in Space

Have you ever thought of going through your old videos just to relive special moments - but then discovered some of the video files had problems and were corrupted? 

Have you ever thought of going through your old videos just to relive special moments - but then discovered some of the video files had problems and were corrupted? 

Published in Home Tech

Britons are breaking their mobile devices in ways that we in Australia, people in the US and those around the world are likely doing in the exact same "loo-dicrous" ways.

Published in Home Tech

Julian Shovlin, the entrepreneur behind the UK’s "leading high tech repair brand", iSmash, comments on Samsung's new Note9, the difficulties he envisages with the repair process and his predictions for future models.

Published in Home Tech

Youth-focused "cameraphone manufacturer" Oppo, which is a fancy way of saying smartphone, has opened a service centre for same-day, walk-in, send-in and/or send-back repair services, and it looks pretty good!

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 18 November 2016 13:23

Apple touch disease cure – US$149 to fix it

Repair experts globally have reported on a widespread display problem with iPhone 6 and Plus handsets – it is called the “Touch Disease.”

Published in Mobility

Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro owners will be relieved to hear that Apple has finally agreed to come to the party and fix screens with substandard anti-glare layers.

Published in Hardware

When is a bricks-and-mortar or online retailer obliged to offer a refund, replacement or repair - and when isn’t a retailer obliged to do so?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 04 February 2011 12:36

Next G not neutered by cyclone - unlike NBN

The perils of fixed fibre cables flapping about in cyclonic winds has been exposed in Townsville, which was 'almost completely fitted out for the NBN', but due to Cyclone Yasi is likely no longer, while Telstra's Next G wireless broadband network (WBN?) was apparently unaffected.

Published in Mobility

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