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Search the Web for Selected Words & Phrases from Almost Anywhere in iOS

On the Mac, you may know that a right-click on just about anything can bring up a “Search the web” feature. When chosen, the selected term or phrase, whether from an app or from another web browser, gets quickly searched for using your default browser. This is great if you’re reading something and you want … Read More

Google Glass Sells Out In First One-Day Sale

On Tuesday, Google began selling Google Glass to residents of the United States for a 24-hour period. Costing $ 1,500 (plus tax), and coming bundled with either sunshade lenses or a prescription lens frame, Google warned in advance that numbers were… Read more ›

How Apple Should Fix iOS 7.1′s Horrible Shift-Key

Among Jony Ive’s many changes brought to iOS 7 was the tinkering of the keyboard’s Shift key which has inexplicably gotten worse over time. Streaks of successfully guessing whether the shift key is on or not should be award with showers… Read more ›

ChemCrafter Is Like Playing With Mr. White’s Chem Set On Your iPad

I didn’t pay much attention in high school chemistry class, which probably put my grades even lower than Jessie Pinkman’s, but if the study of matter and science gets your curiosity boiling, ChemLabs has a chemistry learning app that would… Read more ›

Pelican Voyager Provides Rugged Style With Less Added Bulk [Review]

Sometimes you just want an iPhone case that protects that beloved all-encompassing communications and gaming device from the vagaries of your crazy life, for sure. Voyager by Pelican ProGear Category: iPhone Cases Works With: iPhone 5/5s Price: $ 50 There are… Read more ›

How To Get Media Into iTunes Faster [OS X Tips]

I’m all for getting my stuff into iTunes more efficiently, aren’t you? The default way for media to get to iTunes is like this: drag and drop a folder full of music or a video you’ve converted from DVD to… Read more ›

3 Super Simple Finder Keystroke Tips Every Mac User Must Know

The Finder offers the primary means of navigating the file system of Mac OS X, and though most users will rely entirely on clicking, dragging, and dropping, there are no shortage of keyboard shortcuts to make things even better. If you’re not going to learn them all (and let’s face it, just about nobody does), … Read More

Relive Your Geeky Childhood For Free With Knights Of Pen & Paper +1 Edition

Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition combines two fantastic things: a brilliantly funny de-construction of a pen and paper role-playing game like Dungeons & Dragons and a mobile game that uses those very same mechanics to create a habit-forming… Read more ›

Shatter Alley Hates Bricks And You Equally [Review]

Video games have always had some weird vendetta against bricks. That paddle in Breakout, Mario, Simon Belmont in Castlevania … they all busted up blocks like they caught them stealing their lunches. Shatter Alley by Dojotron Category: iOS Games Works… Read more ›

‘Blink’ Knows That Sometimes You Don’t Have Time To Swipe

I don’t know if I’m just ridiculously clumsy or what, but I’ve had times where I saw something happening that I wanted to record, and by the time I got my camera app up and switched over to video, that… Read more ›