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  • Should Apple be Legally Obligated to Develop Apps for Rival Operating Systems?

    Fri 10:00am By Kraig Becker
    We all know that net neutrality has been a hot topic of late with content providers, broadband service companies, and the Federal Communications Commission butting heads with one another over the future of the Internet. But earlier this week BlackBerry CEO…
  • Free iOS Apps Today [Plus One New Must-Have]

    Fri 8:30am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Let’s start the weekend early (again) with some free iOS apps today. We’ve got four free apps, which are normally paid. But more than that, we found a gem of a game that will make children of the 90s totally go nuts. Enjoy! Free iOS Apps Today Ghost Blitz…
  • NimbleBit Shows Mockups for an Apple Watch Game

    Thu 8:30am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    As the Apple Watch release draws ever nearer, the hype continues with tidbits coming out left and right. Developers have the “fortune” of having access to the WatchKit API, of course, but there really isn’t much we know about what apps will be available,…
  • Best Apps for the Modern Entrepreneur

    Wed 1:00pm By Apple Gazette
    Small businesses are incredibly difficult to manage, and only the people who have undertaken this task know how time-consuming and tiring it actually is. Thankfully, we live in a modern world and nowadays we can rely on hundreds of tools and services that can…
  • Is Apple Hiding Secret Spyware on the iPhone?

    Wed 10:00am By Kraig Becker
    As if we didn’t have enough to worry about with various governmental agencies constantly listening in on our phone calls and reading our private emails. A new report from Russian news site Sputnik indicates that National Security Agency whistleblower…
  • LastPass Finally Available as Standalone Mac App

    Wed 8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    We all know that thing called security, which requires us to choose strong passwords, different passwords for each account, as well as remember all of them. While that would have been a relatively easy thing 10 years or so ago, with the number of online…
  • You Can Now Download the Charlie Hebdo Apple App

    Tue 8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Did you know that five years ago, Charlie Hebdo’s staff thought of creating an app and submitting it to the Apple App Store for approval? Understandably, they didn’t go through with their plans, what with Apple’s infamous stringent policies on app…
  • 6 Recent App Updates You Shouldn’t Miss

    Jan 19, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    There has been a lot of activity on the App Store since the start of the new year with plenty of interesting new releases and wonderful updates finding their way out to iPhone and iPad users. While new apps are always welcome of course, it is also interesting…
  • See Astounding “Apple Art”: Start Something New

    Jan 19, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    I’ve always thought that the iPhone is the only camera the average person needs. While I am no photography enthusiast, I did have my fair share of digital cameras – from the compact ones to a DSLR. It reached the point where I ditched all of them, though,…
  • Why Apple Probably Isn’t Making a Camera to Compete with GoPro

    Jan 16, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    Earlier this week it was revealed that Apple had been granted a patent for a wearable camera similar to those made by GoPro – the company that has the dominated the POV action-cam market for years. The news was startling enough to investors that it…
  • The Original Macintosh Reimagined – It Looks So Good!

    Jan 16, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Who’s lucky enough to have had an original Macintosh? While you won’t find it on the Apple Store or a regular computer store these days, there are still existing units – for the price of an arm and a leg. The original price was $2,495, but in 2012…
  • XG Virtual Reality Headset Takes VR to Your Living Room

    Jan 15, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Virtual reality has always been an interesting proposition, with endless possibilities awaiting the human race. Remember Caprica, the “prequel” to Battlestar Galactica? Virtual reality was certainly taken to a new level in that TV show, although that…
  • 10 Great Hidden Features of iOS

    Jan 14, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    While one of iOS’s strengths has always been its simplicity and ease of use, the mobile operating system that powers the iPhone and iPad isn’t without its complexities too. In fact, since its initial release back in 2007, iOS has continued to gain…
  • Will Apple’s Video Camera Kill GoPro?

    Jan 14, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Yesterday, the USPTO granted Apple another patent, this time for a video camera that is supposed to rival GoPro. With the official title “Digital Camera System Having Remote Control“, the patent was filed in March of 2012 with three inventors named.…
  • Hate a Dirty iPhone Camera? Get an EyePatch Case!

    Jan 13, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    How often do you clean your iPhone? I’m a stickler for clean gadgets, so all my devices get a “sponge bath” once a week. If you’re like me, then the cameras on the iPhone is one detail you pay attention to. The last thing you want is a smudged camera…
  • How to Print From iPad or iPhone

    Jan 12, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    One of the more forgotten features of the iPad and iPhone is the ability to print documents, photos, maps, and other items directly from the device. Apple first added this functionality with the introduction of a protocol called AirPrint back when it…
  • Beware “iPhone Separation Anxiety” – It Makes You Less Smart

    Jan 12, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Ever had that experience wherein you left your iPhone at home, and you just can’t stop thinking about it? Even though you have tons of work to finish, you just can’t focus because you keep thinking what you’re missing. You probably even post on all your…
  • 5 Products From CES Apple Fans Should Be Excited About

    Jan 9, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    Over the past few days the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been taking place in Las Vegas. Each year, CES is one of the largest trade shows to take place anywhere in the entire world, with hundreds of tech companies on hand to show off their…
  • Lawsuit Over Faulty MacBook Logic Boards Dismissed

    Jan 9, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    A judge has just dismissed a class action suit against Apple over faulty MacBook logic boards, which the company supposedly was aware of. The lawsuit was based on the claims that Apple knowingly sold the MacBooks with faulty logic boards. The plaintiffs are…
  • Change Your Keyboard’s Look Drastically With Custom Keyboard for iOS 8

    Jan 8, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    With iOS 8 came the capability of changing the default keyboard, and judging by number of keyboard apps that have been – and are being – released, this feature is very much in demand. Not too long ago, we wrote about Themeboard, an app which gives you a…
  • Has Software Become Apple’s Achilles Heel?

    Jan 7, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    Apple has long been known for its unique ability to create products that are both beautifully designed and provide amazingly useful functionality. Over the years, the synergy of hardware and software developed under the same roof has been one of the…
  • Kensington MiniSaver Mobile Lock – the World’s Thinnest Security Lock

    Jan 7, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Yesterday, Kensington announced a new product, which they are touting as the world’s thinnest security lock design for ultrabooks and tablets. Kensington has long been a trusted name in security locks for mobile devices, up to the point that coffee shops…
  • Get a Sweet Deal on a Quirky Apple Cords Kit

    Jan 6, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    I’ve always loved Quirky products, although the I have to admit that they have some pretty useless ones. The Apple accessories, however, are a whole different story. Truth be told, the ‘spaghetti incident’ is not a problem that’s solely in the domain…
  • 5 Things You Need to Know About Mac Security Vulnerability Thunderstrike

    Jan 5, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    In case you missed it during the busy holiday rush over the past few weeks, a computer security expert has discovered a vulnerability in the Mac’s much vaunted Thunderbolt port that is causing some concern amongst Apple fans. This major security flaw has…
  • Bandstand Apple Watch Dock Unveiled at CES 2015

    Jan 5, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Even though the launch for the Apple Watch has no definite date yet, we are already seeing signs that it will not be ignored by accessories manufacturers. If CES 2015’s offerings are any indications, some manufacturers may even be putting their money on the…
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