5 New Features in OS X Yosemite that Will Help You Be More Productive

OS X Yosemite
  When Apple released the first “gold master” candidate of OS X Yosemite to developers earlier this week, it was an indication that the next version of the Mac operating system is nearly ready for release. The update is expected to come later this month, bringing a host of new features and performance enhancements along with it. Read more…

Easy Ways to Boost Your Internet Speed on a Mac

boost your internet speed
There’s nothing worse than paying hundreds – nay, thousands – of dollars for a Mac device and having to deal with Internet speeds that make you want to tear your hair out. You try opening a page, and before it loads, you can get up, brew a pot of coffee, and go to the loo Read more…

The Best and the Worst of iOS 8

The Best and the Worst of iOS 8
In case you’ve been hiding in a Faraday cage without Internet access for the past 24 hours or more, you probably already know that iOS 8 has been released into the wild for all of us to download in all of its glory. Even though it’s somewhat of an overstatement that this update is what Read more…

Will Emerging Markets Get Their Own iPhone?

Will Emerging Markets Get Their Own iPhone?
It’s common to walk down almost any street in a country like the United States and see more than one iPhone. Whether it’s used for simple phone calls or checking Twitter, the iPhone is the definition of pervasive technology in developed countries. While this is true for nations like the United States and many European Read more…

How to Change Folder Icons in OS X

How to Change Folder Icons in OS X
Folders in OS X generally all look the same, and while that’s great for knowing what’s a folder and what’s an application, it doesn’t really make it easy to distinguish one folder from another. Folders like those for Dropbox, Google Drive, and your Home and Library all have icons that are different from all the Read more…

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…

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…

6 Ways to Change Up iOS7’s Appearance

6 Ways to Change Up iOS7’s Appearance
The move to iOS 7 brought with it some pretty wild changes in how our iPhone, iPads, and iPod Touches looked. So wild in fact that it was the single largest update to iOS since the inclusion of the App Store. While most have accepted these changes in appearance as-is, many people have issue with Read more…

We’re Giving Away a Waterproof iPod Shuffle Swimbuds Headphones Bundle!!!

Waterproof iPod Shuffle Swimbuds Giveaway
Haven’t you always wanted to go swimming or take a shower with your iPod blasting music in your ears? Okay, maybe not, but having a waterproof iPod plus earbuds is always handy. Whether you’re lounging by the pool, or you’re at the beach, or you’re walking in the rain, waterproof gear is always handy. That’s Read more…

Take a Look at the Apple Solar Farm that Powers iCloud

Take a Look at the Apple Solar Farm that Powers iCloud
Apple is no stranger to criticism, especially when it comes to its carbon footprint and its efforts (or the lack thereof) to be more environment friendly. At this point, however, even the harshest critics cannot deny that the “lack” is not that huge anymore. Apple has been making considerable steps in going green, from the Read more…