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‘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 ›     

NPR Channel Brings News To iTunes Radio

When iTunes Radio launched last spring, music streaming services like Pandora and Spotify took cover from the impending Apple invasion, but radio streaming apps like TuneIn Radio might be in Apple’s sights now as well. Starting today iTunes Radio will… Read more ›     

Google Now Comes To The Mac Through Chrome

Google Now notifications can now be seen in your Mac’s menubar thanks to today’s Chrome update. The feature has been in beta for awhile, and now it’s finally available for all. Google Now cards can display contextually aware information relating… Read more ›     

Undo an Accidental “Don’t Trust” Computer Tap with iOS Devices

Every time you connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a new computer, you’ll get a “Trust This Computer?” alert dialog popping up. If you’ve updated iTunes or reset an iOS device to factory settings, sometimes you’ll even see this Trust dialog box on a computer you’ve already chosen to trust from that device. … Read More

Write And Record A Song Right On Your iPhone With Tunedra

Wow, is this app fantastic. Even if you’ve never written a lyric or performed music, you’ll be able to create and share a professional-sounding song recording with new music app, Tunedra. As a musician, I’m simply stunned by the ability… Read more ›     

Stunningly Simple iPhone Stand Offers Flexible Form And Function

Need a way to hold your iPhone up in portrait or landscape mode? Hate wrapping it in some bulky case that hides the natural tech-beauty of Apple’s best smartphone design? The Breffo GumStick aims to solve your problems, friends, with… Read more ›     

iPhone 5c May Be A Flop For Apple, But It’s A Huge Success For Pegatron

Tim Cook might have claimed that iPhone 5c demand “turned out to be different than we thought†on Apple’s recent quarterly earnings conference call, but there’s one company that doesn’t seem too upset about the 5c’s performance: Apple supplier Pegatron.… Read more ›