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Bryan Ware

Web Developer

I am co-founder of Ware Repair. I primarily work all the digital and web presence but also work on computers, phones and other projects at Ware Repair. Other then being a web developer at Ware Repair, I am also a web developer at Scheels Corporate Office. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

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Latest Posts

Top tech for Christmas 2018

Writen by Bryan Ware - November 27, 2018 in Computers
With Thanksgiving done for the year, the holiday season is spicing up – Christmas is right around the corner! Have you decided what gifts you are getting yet? Or have you told friends and family what gift you would like to receive? Here is a list of the top tech we think you may be interested in for this upcoming holiday season. Whether you’re a tech lover or shopping for someone who enjoys tech, this list may help you find the perfect gift. Smartphone More than likely you probably already have a...
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Top Tech June 2018

Writen by Bryan Ware - June 25, 2018 in Software
2018 has been a fun ride so far up to June. As technology becomes more and more a part of our lives, we should all bask in the light of what to expect for the future.  Janurary 2018 Augmented Reality (AR) I’ve long agreed that augmented reality would outpace virtual reality, and this year’s CES event reinforced that for me. Don’t get me wrong—VR is sti...
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2017 Tech Rewind by Month

Writen by Bryan Ware - January 09, 2018 in Computers
Seems like 2017 went by too quickly. Maybe because of all the new technology coming at us, time just rushed by. Maybe because of  Moores Law - you know, the law that says technology exceeds itself every three months - we were so preoccupied with all the new tech advancements and gadgets, we didn't notice time slipping on by. Whatever the reason, in case you missed it, here is a run-down, per month, of some of the biggest tech news events in 2017.  
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Samsung Galaxy S8 First Impressions

Writen by Bryan Ware - May 09, 2017 in Software
If you're like me, you always want the newest in innovation when it comes to phones and computers. When I first heard of the Samsung Galaxy S8, I knew immediately; I had to get my hands on this magnificent new hardware. I've used many phones over the years, just about every iPhone model and several other Galaxy models. This phone is by far the most impressive, at least based on Moore's law. This phone comes with some pretty hefty resources to support just about a...
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Free Tune-up Month of February 2017

Writen by Bryan Ware - February 01, 2017 in Software
Free Tune-up Get a free tune-up the month of February, 2017. Disclaimer information. This is for In-store service only. Tune-ups are limited to Windows desktops, laptops, Windows tablets, Macbooks, and iMac devices. Tune-ups will not be performed on mobile devices such as Android devices, Apple devices, and other cellular devices. It will include only a tune-up. It will not include virus removal, hardware repairs, software repairs, or any other type of service/repair. If we det...
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AssistiveTouch Instructions - Accessibility

Writen by Bryan Ware - October 25, 2016 in Software
Use AssistiveTouch on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch We (at Ware Repair) recently ran into an issue where we needed to use our Apple device without the home button. Apple has a nice handy feature where you can enable AssistiveTouch. AssistiveTouch is a built-in accessibility option that allows you to control your iPhone (iPad and iPod as well) with a screen navigation system.     You can use AssistiveTouch to control your device, help you perform gestures like a pinch, multi-finger swipe, or 3D Touch, and us...
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Cortana, Microsoft’s AI personal assistant, actually has a sense of humor!

Writen by Bryan Ware - September 24, 2016 in Software
I have to admit something; when I first heard Cortana, Microsoft’s intelligent personal assistant (think artificial intelligence, AI), interact with a user on a Windows phone (see this  Youtube video), I really didn’t like her. Annoying. Too intelligent, and too smart-alecky. And I’d much rather type in something and have it just appear onscreen for me instead of having some know-it-all robotic entity speak to me. However, the more I researched on Cortana, th...
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Windows 10 – Microsoft’s Latest OS

Writen by Bryan Ware - September 24, 2016 in Software
Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest version of its operating system. And, since no one has received a definite release date as of today, this newest version of Windows should be available sometime this summer, 2015. So what does Windows 10 have in store for us? Some cool surprises. For one, Windows 10 was designed to be an operating system that will work well on many devices, namely tablets, cell phones, PCs, and Xbox. This enables developers to design one type of software and then just tailor the...
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