About 140,000 Macs Remain Infected with Flashback

About 140,000 Macs Remain Infected with Flashback
Apple recently released the official removal tool and a patch that will remove and protect Macbooks from the Flashback malware, it is still installed on many Macs. In a blog post, computer security company Symantec reported that 140,000 Macs are still infected with Flashback. Even though it is a huge drop compared to the 600,000 Read more…

Protect Your Mac From Flashback: How To Disable Java

Protect Your Mac From Flashback: How To Disable Java
By now you’ve already heard of the Flashback botnet that has infected thousands of Macs worldwide. Hopefully, you’re not one of the 600,000 Macs that have been infected. Apple is already hard at work trying to make a tool that will finally stop Flashback in its tracks. Protecting yourself from Flashback is as simple as Read more…

10 Best iPhone DIY Projects and Crafts

It seems that nearly everyone has an iPhone these days. Thanks to two-year contracts with service providers, people are able to purchase them for much cheaper than they otherwise would. But buying accessories can be more than the wallet can handle. Just a dock alone can run you $60, if you are lucky. That is Read more…

Lessons from Steve

Lessons Learned from the Life of Steve Jobs
It’s been five months since he passed away, and for some of us it’s still hard to believe he’s really gone. Steve Jobs- who needs no introduction, certainly not on this blog- changed our world with his life. The lessons he left behind are nicely summed up in this infographic design from Infographic Labs: Read more…

8 Awesome Infographics About iPhones

Do you want to get a quick, effective picture about something? Blog posts and articles can provide you with a lot of information, but they don’t always stick. References slip from memory, and so many people are finding alternative ways to share facts at lightning speed while remaining in the viewer’s mind. Infographics are one Read more…

Cloud-Based Microsoft Office from OnLive is Available on the iPad

Cloud-Based Microsoft Office from OnLive is Available on the iPad
You may have heard of a cloud-based gaming service, called OnLive, that was rumored to come to iPad at some point, but never materialized past Apple’s approval process. The same service is available on Android devices, however, and offers users the ability to play console games with a Wi-Fi connection. Apple has, on the other Read more…

Neuroshima Hex: Tile Based Combat

Neuroshima Hex: Tile Based Combat
While searching for the best board game translations into iOS, I chanced upon Neuroshima Hex, a tile-based tactical game for 2-4 players. Based on its original Neuroshima franchise (a Polish RPG set in a post-apocalyptic world), Neuroshima Hex is the “Final Fantasy Tactics” of its RPG counterpart. The iOS conversion is essentially the same game, Read more…

Took an iPhone 4s underwater. This is what it looks like.

Took an iPhone 4s underwater. This is what it looks like.
A couple of days ago a friend lent me a Patima underwater casing for the iPhone 4 / 4s. It was rather intriguing because as far as I know this is the first commercially available “hardcore” housing for a mobile phone. And by hardcore we mean Patima. These guys build very high-quality professional underwater housings Read more…

Review: Gemini

Review: Gemini
MacPaw’s brand-spanking-new Mac app Gemini is the kind of duplicate finder program that Mac users love, boasting a super-slick interface and an entirely new file-searching algorithm. Read more…

Panamp: A better music app for iOS?

Panamp: A better music app for iOS?
It’s rare to find an app so good that you can use it to replace a staple on your iPhone. In this case, we’re talking about Panamp, an intuitive music app that’s stable enough to replace the Music application on your iOS device. Panamp takes a step back to figure out how people are listening Read more…