Watch Apple CarPlay in Action in a Ferrari

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We know that CarPlay is on its way, and it is just one of the exciting things that Apple has lined up for consumers. SlashGear’s Chris Davies has been a very lucky guy, as he was able to play with different cars – with giving CarPlay a test run in mind. The same publication goes Read more…

New Apple Ad, Strength, Wants You to Get Off Your Butt

New Apple Ad, Strength, Wants You to Get Off Your Butt
We saw it coming, what with HealthKit being one of the highlights of the recently concluded WWDC. We’ve also seen the plethora of health and fitness apps that are supposed to help up get our (health) act together. With the new announcements, though, there are certainly a lot more exciting things coming for Apple users, 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…

iOS Users Prefer Planes, While Android Users Take the Bus

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It’s another one of those “let’s compare iOS users and Android users”, but this time, the comparison zones in on travel preferences. In a study conducted by Battery Ventures, an investment group, it was revealed that iOS users prefer to take planes, while Android users take the bus. Obviously, what some are taking away from Read more…

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

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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…

WWDC 2014: The Good, The Bad, and The Unimpressive

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Well, WWDC 2014’s yearly opening keynote is just a memory, but as the World Wide Developer’s Conference is just getting started, the rest of us are left examining the barrage of new features and announcements that ranged from amazing to fairly lackluster to missing entirely. Here’s our list of the good, the bad, and the Read more…

Craig Federighi, Apple’s Man of the #WWDC Hour Joins the Twitterverse

Craig Federighi, Apple's Man of the #WWDC Hour Joins the Twitterverse
I have a secret: I didn’t stay up to watch the livestream of WWDC or follow any live blogging coverage. I have a perfectly good excuse, but I won’t go there. (I live in the future, by the way, relative to North America.) Image source From what I have heard, seen, and heard again when Read more…

How Much C4 Will a Mac Pro Hold? [Video]

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Here’s a simple, albeit probably useless, question for you: How Much C4 Will a Mac Pro Hold? Interestingly enough, while the Mac Pro is probably one of the best designs Apple has come up with, it has been the subject of so much “fun”. It’s been called the most expensive trash can you can buy Read more…

Japan Apple Store Goes One Step Further in Going Green

Japan Apple Store Goes One Step Further in Going Green
Going green has been part of Apple’s mantra for some time now. In their dedicated page for Environmental Responsibility, they boldly say “We want to leave the world better than we found it.” If only everyone thought (and acted) the same way! While that may “only” be a web page, Apple has taken concrete steps Read more…

Why the Apple Smart Home Makes Sense

Why the Apple Smart Home Makes Sense
The rumors have been flying over the last week that Apple is planning on releasing their own Apple Smart Home technology at the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) on Monday. This could mean big things for 3rd party hardware and application developers, but could mean even more to Apple’s bottom line. With a world of options Read more…