There’s been a lot of talk around the Web this week about the deficiencies of iCloud. As anyone who uses it likely knows, it never “just works” the way it’s supposed to. It’s buggy and confusing and unreliable, and several app developers have been griping about its woes lately.
Archives for March 2013
Flipboard has announced a major upgrade to its popular magazine-style news reader app. Now anyone can create their own magazines using content from the Web. Check out these Flipboard magazines we’ve put together, collecting our best and most popular features.
And make you envious at the same time! Apple and LEGO are no strangers to each other, thanks to the seemingly coincidental thing that AFOLs love their Apple products as well. We’ve seen proof of this with Apple stores that have been remade in LEGO, Chris McVeigh and his LEGO Apple creations, and other amazing […]
When Scott Forstall left Apple last October, Jony Ive took over most of his responsibilities at the Human Interface department. This means that Apple’s hardware design genius is now dipping his hands into software design. Ive is said to have a large influence in the development of a future version of iOS, and if the […]
You have two days to get yourself over to MacUpdate and download nine highly useful apps being offered in this terrific freebie bundle.
You may have heard of one or two of Apple’s spinoff companies. But can you name all six? That’s right, there are six companies Apple has spun-off from Apple Inc. And in chronological order, here they are.
Humor website Funny or Die is one of the funniest sites on the internet. The site has been responsible for so many comedy clips that have actually gone viral. Now the site is releasing a new ambitious project – a biopic. The subject of the Funny or Die biopic is one that fans will surely […]
How are you enjoying your iPad Mini? Your iPhone 5? When the news about the “new” Lightning connector was announced, there were some unhappy responses, understandably. After all, if you have several iDevices, you are comfortable with the convenience of having to use a single charger for everything. Upgrading to the iPhone 5 (or iPad […]
Seems like everyone’s got an opinion on the rate of innovation of smartphones these days. Samsung’s just announced its next Galaxy S phone, which comes with several new features. But for many users, the feature that trumps them all is the Galaxy S’ huge screen. It begs the question: Is screen size really that important?
[Updated: December 16, 2014 – Now even more apps!] Need some extra cash? Or how about gift cards to your favorite stores? Here’s a comparison of 15 free apps that reward you for checking in, performing simple tasks, or taking surveys.
I use Firefox on my Mac. Sometimes I use Chrome. I never use Safari. When it comes to my iPad, I’d much rather use Firefox. But that’s not happening anytime soon. Here’s why.
Even gadget hoarders have to get rid of some of their devices at some point. What they do when they eventually decide to let one go, I don’t know exactly, but one of the smartest things to do is to sell your old Apple device. It’s not like no one wants a used iPad 3, […]
How big of an Apple fan are you? I love this infographic that lets you score yourself based on your devotion to the world’s greatest electronics maker.
I’ve seen mentioned a few times lately how investors and critics are concerned that Apple hasn’t introduced a new class of product since before Steve Jobs’ passing. Is this a valid concern? Let’s break down the time between past product announcements to compare.
Google Maps has provided an actual working alternative to the very buggy maps app that Apple rolled out with iOS 6. But even though it is THE maps app to have on your iOS devices, Google is not content with just providing a working app. The company has released its first update to its app […]