Thin and Curvy: The Case For a Curved Screen MacBook Air

Thin and Curvy: The Case For a Curved Screen MacBook Air
Ever since its launch, people have loved the amazingly thin design of the MacBook Air. As time has progressed the ultra-thin notebook computer has gained features and become more and more useful. With the expected inclusion of Retina screens coming in the next refresh, one has to wonder what else Apple will include. While there’s Read more…

“The Collectables” Comes to iOS

"The Collectables" Comes to iOS
Who’s looking for a new game to play? Here’s something that will get your attention: The Collectables. This is not just any game, mind you. Developed by Crytek and DeNA (known for Crysis and Ryse), The Collectables runs on the CryEngine, which has been lauded by gaming experts as “impressive”. The Collectables is a tactical Read more…

“Transparent iPhone” Will Help You Avoid Accidents When Texting While Walking

transparent iphone
You can’t fix stubborn. Or stupid. But we certainly can’t blame anyone who tries. Perseverance and persistence are virtues after all. Then again, there’s perseverance, and there’s creating solutions to what shouldn’t be problems in the first place!  Source Anyhow, someone has unearthed a patent filed by Apple that would create a “transparent iPhone”; transparent Read more…

Are We Going to Get Smudge-Resistant Sapphire Screens From Apple?

smudge-resistant sapphire screens
This is how my iPad Mini Retina looks. Obviously, the games I play tend to concentrate on certain spots on the screen. And, despite my habit of cleaning my devices regularly – at least once a week – I still get these smudges. How does yours compare? While it does not really bother me all Read more…

So Microsoft Office Is Now on the iPad

Microsoft Office for iPad
Haters will be haters, and whether it’s Apple or Microsoft that is the target, there is no arguing with those people who have a blind hatred of these particular brands. If you’re more open-minded, though, you probably are not averse to the idea of using Microsoft Office on your iPad – or Mac, for that Read more…

Hot Career Opportunities for Apple-Loving IT Professionals

IT
It may be a generalization, but most people we know who love Apple are involved in IT or the creative niche. As I said, it is probably a generalization, but we cannot ignore the fact that people who are passionate about using Apple products have strong leanings toward the tech field.  Source While some industries Read more…

What’s In a Name? How to Change Your Short Username in OS X Mavericks

What’s In a Name? How to Change Your Short Username in OS X Mavericks
Every user in OS X has two account names. The first is your Full Name and the second is your Account Name. Your Full Name is the name you log in with and the one you see any time you enter your password when you make system changes. Your Account Name however is the name Read more…

Will OS X Tout The Flat Look for 10.10 Syrah?

Will OS X Tout The Flat Look for 10.10 Syrah?
Love it or hate it, the flat look is here to stay with Apple. iOS 7 was a gigantic leap in the mobile OS’s look and feel, which made for a real love it or hate it feeling amongst Apple fans. With OS X 10.9 Mavericks the flat look as started to sneak in little Read more…

iOS 7 Adoption Rate Is Impressive

iOS 7 adoption rates
Adoption rates for new operating systems are always a good measure of success, and if the iOS 7 adoption rate is anything to go by, Apple’s latest mobile OS is certainly a success. In spite of all the “issues” that have been attributed to iOS 7 – from excessive battery drain (it’s an iPhone guys!) Read more…

Apple to Turn Ethnically Sensitive With Emojis

emojis
How long did it take you to get into Emojis? If you’re like me, you were late to join the bandwagon; however, once that line was crossed, there was no going back, was there?  Source Emojis came from Japan – where else? – and quickly became popular, perhaps even more than emoticons we manually type Read more…