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  • Tired Of Being Attacked By Your MagSafe Extension Cable? Try The PowerCurl

    16 April 2014, 7:17 pm by: Andrew Kunesh

    If you’re a MacBook user, chances are you’ve experienced the wrath of your MagSafe’s extension cable when unpacking it. For those unfamiliar: the MagSafe extension cable is made out of a material that, for some reason, likes to flail about when being…
  • Apple Publishes New ‘Your Verse’ Page, iPad A Hit With Bollywood Choreographer

    16 April 2014, 10:29 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Apple has published a new “Your Verse” page on its website that highlights the iPad’s place in Bollywood film making. The page focuses in on all the tools Feroz Khan, a Bollywood choreographer, is able to leave behind, and even replace entirely with his…
  • Apple Voluntarily Agrees To Put Anti-Theft Kill Switch Into Next Gen iPhones

    16 April 2014, 10:09 am by: Joshua Schnell

    The CTIA has announced that a number of network and handset manufacturers have volunteered to include “baseline anti-theft tools” in all smartphones manufactured after July 2015. The move, an attempt to stymie smartphone theft, is being applauded by law…
  • Here, Have Some Desk Porn. Check Out Mac Desks

    16 April 2014, 9:41 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Ready for some desk porn? No, not the boobies kind. We’re talking about the sexily styled desk kind. If you’re looking for some inspiration you should head over right now and check out Mac Desks. There’s not really all that much to say. You should check…
  • TwistVolt Might Just Put An End To Blocked Power Outlets

    15 April 2014, 5:14 pm by: Nick Mediati

    It’s an annoyance that is part and parcel of modern life—power bricks that block other outlets on a power strip. While some power strips and surge protectors are designed to better accommodate power bricks, the creators of the TwistVolt have another idea.…
  • Microsoft Drops Office 365 Prices For Mac Users

    15 April 2014, 1:38 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    Redmond’s taking Office a little more seriously these days. Microsoft has lowered the single-user prices for Office 365 from $99.00 to $69.99 per year, making it just a little bit easier to keep using Microsoft’s office suite in a world of free, or cheap,…
  • Can’t Reinstall OS X On Your Mac? Try Resetting The PRAM

    15 April 2014, 10:39 am by: Andrew Kunesh

    Last night, when attempting to restore three iMacs to a fresh Install of OS X, I was left with an annoying and slightly frightening message: “OS X Cannot Be Installed On This Computer.” For some strange reason, this happened to me on three different iMacs,…
  • Apple Isn’t Losing Its Shiny With Teens According To Survey

    15 April 2014, 10:26 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Everything loses its glisten after enough time, but that doesn’t seem to the the case with Apple when it comes to the most fickle demographic in society. A new report from Piper Jaffary has teens still lining of for Apple products. Last year just 48 percent…
  • Focus 2 Pro Is A Powerful Way For Amateur Photographers To Edit

    14 April 2014, 8:10 pm by: Andrew Kunesh

    Photography is great, but beyond knowing how to use your camera well, a photographer also needs to know the ins-and-outs of at least one photo editing software to touch-up photos. However, most mainstream professional photo editing applications like Adobe’s…
  • The Wood Dock Keeps Your Desk Tidy

    14 April 2014, 8:08 pm by: Andrew Kunesh

    Bushakan, a design company specializing in wooden eye-ware storage, has recently released the Wood Dock, a hand-crafted wooden iPhone docking station and desk organizer. This dock is cut from a single piece of wood and has a cutout for a 30-pin or Lightning…
  • You Know That iPhone 6 Mold Going Around? Pft, We Found The Phone…

    14 April 2014, 2:02 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    The post You Know That iPhone 6 Mold Going Around? Pft, We Found The Phone… appeared first on Macgasm.
  • Apple Buys Hydroelectric Project To Power Oregon Data Center

    14 April 2014, 1:51 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    Apple’s now in the hydro power business. According to reports published in The Bulletin Apple has purchased a hydroelectric project from EBD Hydro. The end result of which would be providing power to its Prineville data centre. As originally envisioned, the…
  • Deal: 1Password 50% Off To Help You Squash Heartbleed

    14 April 2014, 10:15 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Everyone’s favorite password managing application is on sale. AgileBits has placed 1Password on sale for 50% off its sticker price in order to help you get back on your feet after the heartbleed security vulnerability. There’s no word on how long the app…
  • Alpine Bringing CarPlay Stereos To Market, No Fancy New Car Purchase Needed

    14 April 2014, 9:59 am by: Joshua Schnell

    It won’t be cheap, these things never are, but Alpine has announced that it will be bringing Apple’s CarPlay technology to the masses in after market car stereos this fall. It won’t be cheap but you’ll be able to pick one up shortly. According to…
  • This Stitched Leather iPhone Sleeve Keeps Your Phone Slim

    14 April 2014, 9:15 am by: Andrew Kunesh

    The main problem I have with iPhone wallet sleeves is how thick and bulky they can be. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want a huge iPhone case sticking out of my pocket when I’m walking around town. To solve this problem, the folks at Charbonize have…
  • Keep Track Of Your Google Analytics Stats With The Beautiful GAget

    13 April 2014, 10:47 am by: Andrew Kunesh

    GAget looks to be the sexiest way to keep track of your Google Analytics stats on the iPhone. This app, though it doesn’t aim to be a full-featured Google Analytics client, lets you view quick stats on up to eight of your Google Analytics-enabled websites…
  • Use This xkcd-Inspired Password Tool To Generate Secure And Easy To Remember Passwords

    13 April 2014, 10:44 am by: Andrew Kunesh

    Does the Heartbleed bug have you changing all of your passwords? Well, since you’re already doing it, why not make those passwords super-secure and easy to memorize? One of the best ways to do this is to create a random string of memorable words mixed with…
  • Reeder 2 For Mac Beta Released Into The Wild

    11 April 2014, 1:08 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like its day in the sun is finally here. Reeder for Mac has been updated and version Beta 1 is available for download right this second. Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, and Fever are all supported this time around.…
  • Office for iPad and One Note For Mac Are Our Apps Of The Week

    11 April 2014, 10:47 am by: Michael McConnell

    We try to keep a good array of apps across all types for this column. However, this week is both all-productivity and all-Microsoft. If you’re in the Microsoft is dead camp, or don’t have any use for another Office suite, then I’m sorry. This however, is…
  • Spotify Rolls Out A New Look, Shows That Black Is The New Black

    10 April 2014, 6:49 pm by: Nick Mediati

    This morning, the Spotify app on my MacBook Air alerted me to a new version and that I should restart the app to upgrade. So I did. And I was presented with a totally different looking app on the flip side. Gone were the various shades of light and medium…
  • Apple Quells Drama Over Greg Christie Exit

    10 April 2014, 10:24 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Rumors have been circulating for a few days that Greg Christie, Apple’s Vice President of Human Interface, was leaving the company after butting heads with Jony Ive over the direction of iOS 7. Stop the presses, it wasn’t entirely true. Apple has gone on…
  • Hands On With Carousel, Dropbox’s Take On Photo Management

    10 April 2014, 8:39 am by: Nick Mediati

    If it hasn’t been obvious enough to you by now, Carousel from Dropbox makes it absolutely clear that the company sees itself as something more than a data storage service. Carousel, a new app for iOS, is part photo viewer, part photo sharing tool, and while…
  • Give Your iPhone A New Look With These Wooden Panels

    9 April 2014, 6:51 pm by: Andrew Kunesh

    If you want to change up your iPhone’s look, these wood panels are just what you need. They’re made out wax-coated Red Oak wood and cover the top and bottom plastic panels on the back of your iPhone 5 or 5S. Paired with a black iPhone, these oak panels…
  • Dropbox Announces That Mailbox Is Coming To OS X

    9 April 2014, 3:31 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    If you use Mailbox on your iOS device, you know that the application has its benefits when it comes to clearing out your inbox clutter. The Dropbox, and Mailbox team will finally be bringing those benefits to OS X. Alongside the Carousel announcement today,…
  • Dropbox Announces Carousel, An App To Organize, Backup Your Photos To The Cloud

    9 April 2014, 3:05 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    I’m in photo hell right now, so the announcement that Dropbox has released Carousel couldn’t have come at a better time. Taking to the stage at a press event today, the company announced the release of an application that will instantly back up your photos…
  • Grab iTunes Radio Tracks For Later With AirPlay Recorder

    9 April 2014, 10:59 am by: Joshua Schnell

    Maybe it’s the equivalent of recording the radio onto audio cassettes, or maybe it’s just outright theft, depending on where you live. There’s been a long history of recording music from streaming services, and the legalities of it have always been…
  • Comedian Asks Siri Awkward Questions In Public. Public Cringes.

    9 April 2014, 10:12 am by: Joshua Schnell

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbJeZauhoQA Yup. Because we all want more voice recognition in our devices and homes… The post Comedian Asks Siri Awkward Questions In Public. Public Cringes. appeared first on Macgasm.
  • Deal: Save 50 To 80% On These 12 iOS Apps, Including Day One, TextExpander Touch, and Calendar 5

    9 April 2014, 9:21 am by: Joshua Schnell

    With the first ever iOS App Bundle, you can get up to 12 iOS apps at amazing discounts. And you get to design exactly what your bundle looks like, as you can pick and choose the apps that you want and install each one separately just by clicking on the link…
  • You Can Autoreplace Typed Words With Emoji In iOS

    8 April 2014, 1:56 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    I say shit a lot. Probably too much. Shit is four letters. That’s four characters I can’t use in a text message. The emoji icon for poop is one character, and instead of offending people with a written word, I can now offend them with an icon of poop…
  • Lightroom Comes To The iPad

    8 April 2014, 1:13 pm by: Joshua Schnell

    Surprise, Adobe out maneuvers Apple. Lightroom for iOS is now alive and well on the App Store. The app, while not a full-fledged Lightroom replacement, is a great companion applications for anyone who’s using Lightroom on their Mac and owns an iPad.…

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