Another Rumor of a Budget iPhone, May Not Be Distributed in The US

Another Rumor of a Budget iPhone, May Not Be Distributed in The US
  Another rumor about the upcoming iPhone has surfaced and this involves the much-speculated budget iPhone. The rumors, if they are to be believed, may confirm that an iPhone targeted towards the budget conscious is indeed on its way. The new budget iPhone rumors has been reported by the DigiTimes and the source of the Read more…

Grab These Two Mac App Bundles Now

Grab These Two Mac App Bundles Now
I love these Mac bundle deals where you get a truckload of great apps for a tiny fraction of their standard prices. Here are two you absolutely cannot afford to miss — and you need to act fast. Read more…

How to Set Up a VPN On Your Mac

How to Set Up a VPN On Your Mac
You can secure your computer, your web browser, and your WiFi router, but that still won’t keep the hackers (or The Man) from seeing what you’re doing online — or outright stealing your data. For that kind of absolute security, you need a Virtual Private Network. Here’s how to get a VPN and how to set it up on your Mac. Read more…

How to Build Your Own LEGO iPad Lightning Connector Dock

How to Build Your Own LEGO iPad Lightning Connector Dock
How are you enjoying your iPad Mini? Your iPhone 5? When the news about the “new” Lightning connector was announced, there were some unhappy responses, understandably. After all, if you have several iDevices, you are comfortable with the convenience of having to use a single charger for everything. Upgrading to the iPhone 5 (or iPad Read more…

10 iPad Mini Cases That Make Me Want to Buy an iPad Mini

iPad mini cases
The day after the iPad Mini was announced, I was not too keen on getting one, for reasons I expressed – whether clearly or vaguely, it’s for you to decide in a previous post. Since then, I have had the chance to use the iPad Mini, thanks to my brother-in-law who decided to go for Read more…

When Siri and Raspberry Pi Collide

Siri and Raspberry Pi
When Raspberry Pi was announced, it piqued the interested of DIY enthusiasts simply because it opened up a world of possibilities for those so inclined. It also provides a way for children to actually learn how to dabble with hardware and software without having to spend an arm and a leg for equipment. True enough, Read more…

Got MacBook Battery Issues? Make Sure You Get the Firmware Updates

Got MacBook Battery Issues? Make Sure You Get the Firmware Updates
Here’s a quickie for you who have older MacBooks (MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs). Apple just rolled out three small firmware updates that address potential battery problems on the older models. If you’re struggling with yours, then you will definitely want the update as it is supposed to give your battery a new life. Well, Read more…

Travel Apps That Actually Give You Value

Travel Apps That Actually Give You Value
Got travel plans this year? You probably do, and if you’re thinking of how to make your travel planning – and the trip itself – relatively painless, you are also probably thinking of tools (read: apps) that can help. The truth of the matter is that there is a glut of travel apps out there. Read more…

Best Stocking Fillers for Apple Addicts

  It’s fun to think of things buy your loved ones and friends as stocking fillers for Christmas. A good idea would be to make thematic stocking fillers since it is a more unique way of following a beloved Christmas tradition. A great theme for stocking fillers would actually be Apple related products. With so Read more…

Apple Launches Blue Sky Program for its Employees

Apple Launches Blue Sky Program for its Employees
Google’s 20 Percent initiative program is a marvelous employee-driven idea. Under the program, a Google employee can spend 20 percent of his time on personal projects that he deems worthwhile. It is a chance to break out of the monotony of work and flex their creativity. The program has been so successful that some notable Read more…