5 Essential Summer Travel Apps for Your iPhone

5 Essential Summer Travel Apps for Your iPhone
Summer is here, and the chances are your travel plans are getting as hot as the temperature outside. Whether your bags are packed and you’re ready to go, or you’re still waiting for that last minute deal, you’ll want some useful apps loaded on your iPhone. After all, we’ve gotten so used to relying on Read more…

6 Little Known Tips for Finder

6 Little Known Tips for Finder
If you’ve ever used a Mac before you’ve used Finder. Finder is an odd program since it’s always running, can’t be shut off easily, and basically controls all your files in OS X. This backbone of your system does a lot of heavy lifting for your Mac, but it can be customized and tweaked just Read more…

5 Tips for Working with PDF Files in OS X

5 Tips for Working with PDF Files in OS X
OSX loves PDF files. Unlike Windows, Macs come pre-installed with a stock application for viewing and editing PDF files, something that Windows users have to download and even purchase separately! Most people just use Preview to view PDF files and think that’s all it’s good for, but lucky for you, Preview can do so much Read more…

8 Fresh Uses for Your Old iPhone

8 Fresh Uses for Your Old iPhone
So your contract is up and you’re ready to buy a shiny, new iPhone, but your current iPhone still works fine, it’s just not new. Most of us toss our old iPhones in a drawer in case our new one meets an untimely death and we need a backup, but we rarely use them, so Read more…

4 Health and Fitness Apps to Help You Get Ready for Summer

health and fitness apps
I’ve always been a sucker for apps that are supposed to help you get fit and keep track of your health. That’s a result of a combination of spending too much time in the kitchen and a love for tech. With the amount of food apps and recipes that I constantly look at, I certainly Read more…

3 Simple DIY Tech Tasks You Thought Were Impossible

3 Simple DIY Tech Tasks You Thought Were Impossible
There was a time that you had to have a degree in computer sciences to get even the most rudimentary of tasks done with efficiency on a computer. While things like word processing and basic file management haven’t been above too many people heads since DOS was used, heavier tasks like designing a web site Read more…

These Wooden Apple Accessories by Nordic Appeal Will Make You Look Twice

Nordic Appeal
And they just might make you the object of envy of your coworkers, as well! Nordic Appeal is a Danish design company, which has the mantra “comfort and sustainable design”, and  even if you don’t buy into the sustainable trend, the wooden Apple accessories that this company has made will appeal to your sense of Read more…

New iWatch Concept Goes Round

iWatch concept
We’ve seen quite some creative iWatch concepts, and not too long ago, we featured Todd Hamilton’s iWatch concept, which I said you’ll want to wear – especially if you’re into that fitness band look. Today, I ran into another iWatch concept which takes a different approach. Instead of going sleek, slim, and rectangularish, designer Tomás Read more…

Modded 1981 DeLorean Beats CarPlay to the Punch

modded 1981 delorean
News – and speculation – about Apple’s CarPlay can be found all around the place, but YouTube user DMCPat is not waiting for CarPlay to be ready. Nor does he seem interested in getting a Ferrari, a Mercedes-Benz, or a Volvo. Instead, he has something that is arguably way cooler than any of those brands: Read more…

Did You Know that Carl Sagan Sued Apple?

Carl Sagan Sued Apple
Not once, but TWICE! In a brilliant story over at TUAW, Yoni Heisler tells a tale of hilarity, made even more hilarious because of the parties involved AND Apple’s “because we can” attitude. Source As the story goes, Sagan sued Apple back in 1994 due to using his name as a code for the Power Read more…