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Apple Wants To Refund Parents For All Those Smurfberries

Has your child bankrupted you in Smurfberries? Had a child who maxed out your credit card on in-app purchases? Good news. Apple is now writing to some iTunes account holders, telling them they may be liable for a refund. Here… Read more ›     

Support Jailbreaking With The Official Team Evad3rs Skin

Between their jailbreak solutions for iOS 6 and iOS 7, the hacker collective known as Team Evad3rs has done a lot for OS X device owners. Despite what they’ve done to help liberate people’s iOS devices, though, Team Evad3rs has… Read more ›     

Play YouTube Audio In The Background With iOS 7.1 [iOS Tips]

Seems like all the kids these days are using YouTube to listen to songs. It used to be trivially easy to play videos in the background, though, by just starting a video in the YouTube app or in Safari, and… Read more ›     

Apple Will Ship Two Larger iPhones, Just Maybe Not At The Same Time [Analyst]

If the rumors are indeed true and Apple is planning to release a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone this year, both screen sizes may not arrive at the same time. Steve Milunovich, an analyst for UBS (the biggest bank in Switzerland)… Read more ›     

How The iPad Helps Diagnose Athlete Concussions

Just over a month after Apple launched the second story on its ‘Your Verse’ microsite, chronicling how iPads help mountaineers climb the world’s tallest peaks, Apple has released a new update, detailing how the tablet can help diagnose athlete concussions.… Read more ›     

Mac OS X Became A Teenager Today… Happy Birthday!

Yup. Thirteen years ago today, on March 24, 2001, Apple and Steve Jobs unleashed the first version of Mac OS X 10.0 (code named ‘Cheetah’) on to the world. Despite officially being a teenager, OS X is holding up better… Read more ›     

‘Apple TV Air’ Concept Turns Apple’s Black Box Into A Dongle

The last Apple TV concept we saw had us swooning for a redesigned Apple remote/gaming pad, but if Apple decides to reduce the Apple TV’s size to take on the Chromecast and the new Roku stick, this Apple TV Air… Read more ›     

New iOS App From Google Uses Chromecast To Turn Your TV Into A Live Photo Collage

Today Google released Photowall, an iOS and Android app that beams photos through a Chromecast to be displayed on a TV. Photos can be doodled on and rearranged in a grid interface that updates as new photos are added. Photowall… Read more ›     

How to Find Wi-Fi Security Encryption Type of a Router from Mac OS X

Have you ever needed to know what type of security and encryption method a wireless network is using? While the Mac will figure this out itself when joining most networks, you may need to relay the information to others, or specify it yourself when joining other networks. You can get the encryption protocol in use … Read More

“The Collider” Adds Addicting Twist To Endless Runner Gameplay [Video Review]

Seeing how far you can go has been a common theme in many games in the app store. Since the release of hit apps like “Temple Run” and “Subway Surfers” players everywhere have become fans of this endless runner genre.… Read more ›