7 Tips for Better Mac Security

7 Tips for Better Mac Security
It’s tough to disagree with the fact that Macs are amazingly secure machines. They are affected by only a small fraction of the number that infect PCs, and are far more difficult to add keyloggers and other spy software onto. This doesn’t mean that your Mac is perfectly secure however. Without a password, it’s still Read more…

Apple’s Top Reasons for App Rejection

app rejection
This one’s for developers. Whether you’re working on your first app, thinking about making an app, or you’ve been at it for a while, you know that app rejection is one of the things you have to worry about. Apple has never been easy when it comes to approving apps for its Store, and now, Read more…

Pixlr for Desktop Is Here, and It’s Free!

pixlr for desktop
Editing photos can be a pain, especially for people who don’t really have a touch for this kind of activity – people like me, to be honest. When working online, however, it is rather important that you know at least the basics so that you can manipulate images for your blog or site. Source And Read more…

Apple Applies for iPhone “Superdock”

iPhone superdock
You know how sometimes you get a little too rough when plugging your iPhone into its dock or charger? Maybe you’ve had a glass of wine too much, or you’re just having a rough day. Doesn’t matter. If it happens too often, you might end up with a damaged iPhone – at least the contact Read more…

Will the Smartphone Kill Switch Mean Fewer Stolen iPhones?

Will the Smartphone Kill Switch Mean Fewer Stolen iPhones?
A newly signed bill in California is taking the act of smartphone theft seriously. In this bill is the requirement that any smartphone sold in the state must have antitheft technology installed into it. Originally introduced in February of this year, SB-692 requires smartphones to have a “kill switch” that can be either hardware or Read more…

The Smiley Alarm Clock App May Put the Good in Your Morning

Smiley Alarm Clock
This may or may not be the best app you’ll discover this week, but I just couldn’t resist. I’m not a morning person, although lately, I’ve been waking up way too early; and for the longest time, the default alarm clock on the iPhone has worked for me. The trick: set up multiple alarms. After Read more…

iPhone 6 – Could This Be Our First Meaty Hands-On Preview?

iPhone 6 Second City preview
Pretty much since the iPhone 5s was released last year, there has been speculation and rumors as to what the next iteration of the iPhone will look like and what features it will contain. Search YouTube and you’ll find a plethora of either intentionally mis-titled and deceptive “leaked” iPhone preview videos that, even if they Read more…

Like Lists and Grocery Shopping? Check Out Grocery App “Heap”

grocery app heap
I have a confession: I am addicted to the supermarket. Grocery shopping is my therapy, which may or may not be cheaper than actually seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist. Grocery apps are not always at the top of my list of apps to download, though, as I like roaming the aisles and just getting whatever Read more…

How to Fix the Most Common iPhone Issues

How to Fix the Most Common iPhone Issues
While most mobile contracts are up every two years, allowing you to get a new phone at a steep discount from full retail, it’s pretty common for the iPhone to hang around a little longer than these two years thanks to the array of apps and quality of the internals. While battery life can diminish Read more…

Apple Launches iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program

iPhone 5 battery replacement program
It’s a good week for Apple users who have been experiencing hardware issues. Yesterday, we reported that you might be able to get your frayed lightning cable replaced without cost. Today, we hear about Apple’s iPhone 5 battery replacement program. As it usually is with these hardware defects, Apple issues an announcement about a recall Read more…