Which Is Tougher: Samsung Galaxy S5 or the Apple iPhone 5s?

iphone 5s
We’d love to say, off the bat, that the Apple iPhone 5s is the tougher of the two, and without hard facts supporting this, it’s not really that illogical to think so, is it? After all, one of the things that the iPhones have going for them is that they are made of aluminum (except some Read more…

What Kind of People Use the iPhone?

What Kind of People Use the iPhone?
A person’s choice of gadgets is probably not the most accurate measure of character or personality, there just might be something in there. In any case, we cannot deny the fact that many people have a perception about gadgets being a status symbol – at least in certain societies. I found this interesting post on Read more…

Apple “Genius” Publishes the “Ultimate Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain”

ios battery drain
I don’t know about you, but this is exactly what I have been looking for ever since I switched to the iPhone 5. I used to NOT understand why people would spend a hundred dollars or more for an external battery pack, but since the “new” phone, I have not gone out without my trusty Read more…

3 Simple DIY Tech Tasks You Thought Were Impossible

3 Simple DIY Tech Tasks You Thought Were Impossible
There was a time that you had to have a degree in computer sciences to get even the most rudimentary of tasks done with efficiency on a computer. While things like word processing and basic file management haven’t been above too many people heads since DOS was used, heavier tasks like designing a web site Read more…

Cortana Versus Siri: Who Takes Home the Cake?

Cortana Versus Siri: Who Takes Home the Cake?
Microsoft recently launched its version of Siri and calls it Cortana, a name well known to Halo players. We know just how sassy Siri can be, but it looks like Cortana can hold her own. The Arsenio Hall Show thought to have some fun and came up with a Cortana versus Siri showdown. Even as Read more…

How to Fix a Stuck Time Machine Backup

How to Fix a Stuck Time Machine Backup
Time Machine for OS X was first introduced all the way back in 2004 in OS X Leopard. Since then it’s become the best way to back up your Mac. This doesn’t mean that Time Machine is perfect, far from it. There are some issues that can come up from time to time, most notably Read more…

Coachella to Feature iBeacon Tech

iBeacon
In December of 2013, Apple launched iBeacon and enabled it in their stores. iBeacon uses Bluetooth and the Apple Store App in order to gather location-based information from iPhone users. While the technology has received mixed reviews – while it is a very cool concept (especially for retailers), some find privacy to be an issue. Read more…

Lightroom Goes Mobile on the iPad

lightroom for mobile
“Everyone’s” favorite professional photo editing software is now available on the iPad, making it easier for pro photographers – and amateur photography enthusiasts – to play around with photos while on the go. The new Lightroom for the iPad allows users to edit and organize their photos wherever they may be. Announced yesterday via the Read more…

Are 65-Inch Apple iTVs on Their Way?

Are 65-Inch Apple iTVs on Their Way?
Admit it. You’ve been wanting Apple to make its own TV set, just like the beautiful Samsung devices that have been sitting in many a living room around the world. There might be the baddest blood between Samsung and Apple, but even the staunchest Apple fan can’t deny that Samsung TVs do look nice. Now, Read more…

Why Apple Should Buy Dropbox

Why Apple Should Buy Dropbox
Apple could buy Luxembourg and still have more cash than most countries GDP in cash reserves. When you think about it that way, the weight of Apple’s $145 billion it has in cash reserves is staggering. While it’s far from likely that Apple will buy a sovereign nation any time soon, there’s always the chance Read more…