A new book has hit shelves, and it’s full of useful advice.

In The No-Nonsense Tech Guide, author Ian Bailie tells readers how to get a head start on learning how to use the latest technology.

Topics include: What to do when a new app launches, how to find a new video app, what to do if you can’t make it to the launch party, and more.

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“The No-n-sense tech guidebook will be a handy resource for anyone looking to make the leap into the digital world, or just for those who want to brush up on their digital skills,” Mr Bailies book says.

The book, which is available to pre-order on Amazon for $25, contains advice on how to make things easier for those with learning disabilities, such as a guide to video-sharing services, or how to set up a free cloud storage account.

It also includes information on how the new iPhone 6s Plus can be used for video streaming.

Mr Bailys book also includes advice on getting started with a business and how to start building an online presence.

There are a few different sections on using the new Apple TV, a device which offers a new way to watch TV online, and a guide on the new Google Chromecast dongle.

What you need to know about the iPhone 6S and the Apple TV: What to know before buying an iPhone 6: The iPhone 6 comes with a 5.5-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 576 x 1280 pixels.

It’s a full-HD display and can display up to 720p video and audio.

The device is designed to be able to run apps on it, and supports dual-SIM card slots, a headphone jack, a microSD card slot and a Lightning connector.

How to get an iPhone 5s: Unlike the iPhone 5, the iPhone 7 will come with a 3.5mm jack on the bottom, so you can plug it in to an iPhone or a computer.

Apple is also introducing a new model of iPhone called the iPhone X, which will include an all-glass design and be thinner.

The new iPhone X will be available in white and gold colours.

If you’re in the market for an iPhone, you can pick up the new model for $1,299 (AU$1,599) from November 18.

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