How to Determine Travel Time in the Calendar for OS X Mavericks

How to Determine Travel Time in the Calendar for OS X Mavericks
If you have a busy work or social life, you’d probably find it useful if you could see how long it’ll take you to get from one appointment to the next. Better yet, wouldn’t it be great if your Mac or iPhone could just tell you when it’s time to leave? Thanks to the Maps Read more…

Another iPhone 6 Concept Turns It Into a Phablet

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I guess I should just say this from the get go: I dislike phablets. It’s a personal preference, and you don’t have to agree with me, but if the iPhone 6 goes down the route of this iPhone 6 concept video, then I’m sticking with my iPhone 5 till it dies – or till the Read more…

FirstTech: First Ever Apple Reseller Closing Shop

FirstTech: First Ever Apple Reseller Closing Shop
Not many may have heard about FirstTech, but it holds the distinction of being the first ever Apple reseller in the world. The store is based in Minneapolis and was founded in 1941. Back then, it was called Team Electronics. It wasn’t till the late 70s, though, when it first started selling Apple machines – Read more…

iOS 7.1 Limits Personal Hotspot Feature in Some Cases

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I don’t know about you, but I cannot live without using the Personal Hotspot feature on my iPhone and iPad. I work online and occasionally work outside, and while it is generally not difficult to find an establishment that offers free Wi-Fi, I prefer to rely on my carrier (well, one of them at least) Read more…

iBetterCharge for Mac: For People Who Forget to Charge Their iDevices

iBetterCharge for Mac: For People Who Forget to Charge Their iDevices
I only know of one person who regularly forgets to charge her iPhone. In spite having a more-than-decent portable battery charger, her phone often still goes dead – simply because she forgets to charge. Now I suppose that there is always an exception to the rule, and I will go out on a limb and Read more…

5 of the Worst iPhone Features That Need To Hit The Road

5 of the Worst iPhone Features That Need To Hit The Road
iOS 7 is for all accounts a hands-down winner when it comes to mobile operating systems. While there will always be some arguments as to the overall flat look and feel of the OS, the design is solid and the new features it carries along with it are in short, pretty great. This doesn’t mean Read more…

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Coming to iOS!

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Coming to iOS!
Get your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch ready, as RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is going to hit the App Store soon! The classic sim game for amusement park fans is in the works for iOS, and it’s looking good. RollerCoaster Tycoon has long garnered a reputation for being addictive – as most great simulation games are Read more…

Tim Cook on ‘Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs’ – Nonsense!

Tim Cook on ‘Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs’ - Nonsense!
I don’t know if you’ve read Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs, but I have to admit I never finished the book. It’s not about how bad or good the book is, really. I just cannot find the time to finish it. This month, another book on Apple and Steve Jobs (somehow he’s still in the mix) Read more…

How to Recalibrate Your MacBook’s Battery

How to Recalibrate Your MacBook's Battery
If you have a MacBook (any model) you might notice a little issue with your battery. Sometimes, no matter how much you charge your battery it won’t ever get to 100%. The issue probably isn’t with your charger or your battery itself, but rather it’s most likely with how OS X is reading your battery. Read more…

“Bad Apple” Petition Hopes to Stop Apple From Using Harmful Chemicals

Bad Apple
Apple is certainly no stranger to complaints – from every angle. This time, the company is facing pressure from activists, who claim that Apple’s factories in China are using chemicals that are harmful to factory workers.   Source The campaign is dubbed “Bad Apple” and is led by two groups: China Labour Watch (no stranger to Read more…