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How to Turn Off the Frequent Locations Feature on iPhone

Frequent Locations is an intelligent feature on the iPhone that allows the device to track where you go and learn what places are frequently visited. Once the iPhone has determined some locations that are most common, say your home or work, the iPhone will then report to you some personalized data about that location, like … Read More

Get More Usable Screen Space on a Retina MacBook Pro by Adjusting Resolution

The MacBook Pro with Retina Display takes an ultra-high resolution display and scales onscreen elements down to effectively double the pixel count, providing for ultra crisp images and text on the screen. While the default resolution settings are undeniably gorgeous, you can also choose to manually adjust the screen resolution to either show more space … Read More   [Read More…]

Invade Earth And Score High In Arcade Game Captain Bubblenaut [Video Review]

The idea of aliens invading earth is a theory that has been created and expanded upon for many years. In the app Captain Bubblenaut the invasion comes to life as players help guide an alien as he obliterates Erf and… Read more ›

Identify Your Winged Neighbors On Sight With ‘Local Birds’

Spring is here, and–holy crap, do you see that bird? No, the other bird. It’s over by the tree. No, the tree by the shrub. Yeah. That bird there. Do we have those here, or is it some kind of… Read more ›

Search The Web For Terms In Mobile Safari [iOS Tips]

When you’re using OS X, you can search the web for any term you can right click on. You simply do so and then choose “Search Google for [highlighted word].” In iOS, there doesn’t appear to be any way to… Read more ›

RescueTime: Measure Your Digital Life And Your Productivity [Deals]

Let’s cut to the chase: if you’re not using RescueTime then you’re not being as productive as you could be. After all, RescueTime users typically see at least a 10% improvement in productivity. Aside from the fact that RescueTime has… Read more ›

How To Disable App Nap For Specific Apps [OS X Tips]

According to Apple, its App Nap advanced technology feature in Mavericks helps you save power when you’re working with more than one app at a time. The system knows when a certain app is in the background, completely hidden by… Read more ›

Get More Usable Screen Space on a Retina MacBook Pro by Adjusting Resolution

The MacBook Pro with Retina Display takes an ultra-high resolution display and scales onscreen elements down to effectively double the pixel count, providing for ultra crisp images and text on the screen. While the default resolution settings are undeniably gorgeous, you can also choose to manually adjust the screen resolution to either show more space … Read More

Hell Freezes Over: A Cool Fanny Pack Exists, And It Holds An iPad Mini

This is the Gallery Waist Pack. It’s the answer to the question “What if we made a fanny pack for the iPad?” That’s not quite as simple as it would seem. After all, the fanny pack is the preferred bag… Read more ›

Spotify For Beverages: Cups App Offers Unlimited Coffee In NYC

Cups is an amazing proposition, and it’s going to be fascinating to see if it works. The app/service gives you unlimited coffee in NYC, from $ 45 per month. Yup, subscription coffee, just like Netflix or Spotify. Download the app and… Read more ›