Hackers Focusing on Android, Give Up on iPhone

Hackers Focusing on Android, Give Up on iPhone
That ought to be good news to those of us who are iPhone users, yeah? If you think about it, it does not really come as a surprise, given that for the longest time, Macs were thought to be rather secure. Of course, we know how that story went. Still, Apple seems to hold its Read more…

New MacBook Airs for Cheaper!

New MacBook Airs for Cheaper!
Apple has dropped some very nice news for people wanting to buy a MacBook Air. With the latest refresh, new MacBook Airs now have more powerful processors – nothing but the latest Intel Haswell processors. Even the most basic model of the new MacBook Airs is faster – albeit only slightly – running on a Read more…

How to Use Screen Recorder in OS X Mavericks

How to Use Screen Recorder in OS X Mavericks
There was a time that to record screen activity on your Mac you had to purchase bulky software that never really interfaced well with the Mac and worst of all, was very expensive. Thanks to updates done to QuickTime in OS X 10.6, you can now record anything happening on your screen and save it Read more…

Bored of the Usual iPhone Case? Try This Glow in the Dark Sand Art iPhone Case.

glow in the dark sand art iphone case
We have to admit that there are just so many iPhone cases out there, that one doesn’t even know where to begin when looking for a new case. Then again, there are the outlandish iPhone cases that may not fit everyone’s taste, but certainly stands apart. Here’s one: the glow in the dark sand art Read more…

The Booqpad for iPad Air Doubles as a Paper Notepad

ipad air case
I could be wrong, but I think that I am not the only person who still likes carrying around a paper notepad/notebook. While I do use Trello and Evernote regularly, there is something extra satisfying about hearing the almost silent scratching of a pen on paper. There’s also something about firmly writing (or crossing out Read more…

The Feeling Skin Battery Case Also Shares Your Mood

battery case
The topic of how the iPhone (well, the apps) puts enormous strain on its battery hasn’t gone away, and I don’t think it will go away any time soon – unless the next iPhone actually comes with a better battery pack. So it’s not really surprising that we see battery case after battery case come Read more…

Does the Death of Nike FuelBand Mean the iWatch is a Go?

Does the Death of Nike FuelBand Mean the iWatch is a Go?
Earlier this week Nike laid off nearly the entire team it had working on the Nike+ FuelBand, announcing their departure from the world of wearable tech. Nike made it a point to say this doesn’t mean they’re out of the fitness tracking game, as they plan on continuing to support the existing FuelBands as well Read more…

Injustice Gods Among Us Gets an Update!

Injustice Gods Among Us
Finally! If you’ve ever played this game, you’re probably just as addicted as I am (although that would be a pretty mean feat, really), and you’ve probably been waiting for an update. And, guess what? They finally released an update JUST NOW. I was totally caught off guard when I started playing a few minutes Read more…

New Apple iPhone 5s Ad Is Awesome – If You Like the Pixies

New Apple iPhone 5s Ad Is Awesome - If You Like the Pixies
Actually, even if you’re not particularly into the Pixies, the new Apple iPhone 5s ad is pretty cool. Called “Powerful”, the ad does pack a punch, not only because of the music, but also the visuals. I like how the ad showcases the band members making use of their iPhones for various tasks – as Read more…

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS
It’s pretty likely that if you use iOS on a regular basis that you have more than one account loaded for email, contact, and calendar syncing. If you’re running more than one account it’s easy to get things confused and save the wrong account as default. Check out the steps below to set the default Read more…