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There’s a line in 1990′s The Godfather: Part III when Al Pacino’s Michael describes his inability to extract his family from a life of crime, saying: “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Much the… Read more ›

Time tracking for clients can be a huge pain, but there’s a new iPhone app out called Hours to make the process easier. “Three years ago we got so frustrated with time tracking software that we decided to do something about… Read more ›

The Tile is a tiny plastic widget that never gets lost. In theory anyway. It talks to your iPhone via low-power Bluetooth and lets you track the Tile itself, and anything the Tile is attached to. I’ve been using one… Read more ›

Apple is continuing its push to diversify its leadership with the announcement this afternoon that Susan Wagner, a wall street insider who co-found one the world’s top investment firms, has been added to the company’s board of directors, taking the… Read more ›

Lightning ports haven’t even been around for two years now, but I think it might be time for Apple to consider replacing it with the MacBook’s most underrated feature: Magsafe power connectors. Cabin is a new a Kickstarter projected aimed… Read more ›

Lightning ports haven’t even been around for two years now, but I think it might be time for Apple to consider replacing it with the MacBook’s most underrated feature: Magsafe power connectors. Cabin is a new a Kickstarter projected aimed… Read more ›

If you need to remove a bunch of pictures from your iPhone, the iOS Photos app now includes a handy group selection tool that allows for bulk modification of many images without having to resort to tapping and marking a ton of pics or any of the other deletion tricks. Instead, mass deleting many multiples … Read More

No name in the world of iPhone hacking looms larger thank George Hotz. At only 17 years old, Hotz, aka geohot, became the first person in the world to jailbreak the iPhone back in 2007. He also released a few jailbreaks and ended… Read more ›

Earlier today it was reported that Bill Campbell, a.k.a. Apple’s longest-serving board member, has elected to step down after 17 years. In a timely interview for Fortune, Campbell (who has been involved with Apple dating back to 1983) reflects on several… Read more ›

The iPhone comes preloaded with many stock applications, but not all are as powerful as you wish they’d be. Luckily there are tons of developers pushing new apps into the App Store, and many of their creations upstage the stock… Read more ›