Kids React to Old Apple Computer, and Some Reactions Are Pretty Cool

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Kids are exposed to technological devices at a very early age these days. My 1-year-old nephew knows how to unlock the iPhone/iPad by swiping. He also knows how to swipe and tap to find an icon that is familiar to him. He knows how to end a FaceTime calls. He even accidentally sends text messages Read more…

How to Make the iOS Calendar Start on Monday

How to Make the iOS Calendar Start on Monday
As with most calendars, the calendar app in your iOS device starts on a Sunday, but if you work a traditional Monday-Friday job, you probably think of the week starting on a Monday and ending on Sunday. If you’re a weekday warrior, there’s good news. You can change the calendar to show the week starting Read more…

New Apple Ad Features Composer Esa-Pekka, and It’s Elegantly Moving

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Apple’s “Your Verse” ad line has been consistent in making a good impression, but this new version featuring classical music composer and conductor Esa-Pekka is something else. Esa-Pekka Salonen is a Finnish composer and conductor and is currently the Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London and Conductor Laureate of the Read more…

Team DoulCi Hacks Apple Activation Lock

Apple Activation Lock
You know how reassuring Apple Activation Lock can be? If the dreaded thing happens – your iPhone gets stolen by some miscreant – you have the power of the “kill switch”, thanks to Apple. With this recent news, though, one can’t be too cocky about having the built-in anti-theft protection. A hacker duo, who calls themselves Team Read more…

What Should We Expect From WWDC 2014?

What Should We Expect From WWDC 2014?
With Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference coming up in a few weeks, speculation on what Apple will choose to showcase in the keynote is in full swing. From a new Apple TV to a 17-inch iPad, the rumors run the gamut from reasonable to ridiculous. Looking back at previous keynotes and releases, however, we’ve been Read more…

3 Charts About Apple Stock Which You’ll Want to See Today

Apple stock
If you’re into monitoring and buying stock, that is. The Motley Fool just published an article pointing to the fact that while Apple stock may not be at its best and is at the receiving end of many a critic’s rant, it has made a comeback – and a notable one, too. First up – Read more…

How to Turn Off App Nap for All Applications in OS X

How to Turn Off App Nap for All Applications in OS X
App Nap is a feature introduced in OS X 10.9 Mavericks and has helped to boost battery life for portable Macs as well as reduce power consumption for the non-portable variety. While the feature is pretty great, sometimes App Nap can mess with your apps and put them to sleep when you don’t want them Read more…

Ditch Your Douche-tooth for the Invisible Bluetooth Headset

Invisible Bluetooth Headset
Remember wearing this? I don’t. Image source I suppose there are very good reasons for a person to wear a Bluetooth headset, but if one constantly has that thing plugged in one’s ear, then it looks ridiculous. I can’t even imagine how uncomfortable it would be to have that in your ear all day long! Read more…

Apple Scores Big Time on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Data Protection Report

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No one can deny that the government does what it can to get its hands on private data which it thinks is necessary for one reason or another. While some conspiracy theories are still way out of this world, there is no doubt about the government wanting to know everything that’s going on in the Read more…