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How to find the exact setting you need in iOS 9

iOS has so many settings in one app, it’s kind of ridiculous. Whether you want to change preferences for an app or the operating system itself, a trip to the crowded Settings app can often be a frustrating experience. iOS 9 — still in beta — has a solution for that information overload though: Search. […]

Although Apple’s September 9th event looks like it will super charge the Apple TV into a PlayStation-killing video game console, it’s not the indisputable king-of-the-hill of streaming media boxes right now. Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast… all have their advantages over the Apple TV except for one killer feature: AirPlay Mirroring, which allows the Apple TV […]

Apple is planning to unveil its new Apple TV set top box in a little over a week, and it looks like the company may be considering funding its own TV shows to go with its big play to dominate the living room. The iPhone maker has held preliminary conversations in recent weeks with executives […]

Hit iOS game pulled for Apple Tax evasion

Free-to-play mega hit Monster Strike was pulled from the App Store this past weekend for trying to get around Apple’s in-app purchase system. The app was offline on Saturday the 29th of August from 5:30 pm until around 1 am Sunday morning, costing the Japanese developer an estimated $ 600,000 in revenue. The Android version was […] [Read More…]

We’re not quite through 2015 yet, so app developers still have time to make the prophecies foretold by director Robert Zemeckis’ documentary Back to the Future: Part II come true. And to that end, The Weather Network’s latest app update uses radar and algorithms to predict when, exactly, it is going to start and stop […]

Electronics-sniffing dogs can root out USB drives

Criminals don’t just have to worry about someone finding their drug stashes anymore, as police have started to employ highly trained, electronics-sniffing dogs to root out illegal material on USB thumb drives and SD cards. Only five dogs have acquired this particular set of skills that can make them a nightmare for cybercriminals and child […]

Selfie-obsessed driver slams into tree, injures all

Enough with the constant need to take photos of ourselves, ok? According to a report in the Bangor Daily News, 29-year-old Jordan Toner decided to lean in to a selfie taken by one of his seven passengers while driving along Deering Lake Road at about 1:30 pm this past Saturday. Needless to say, it turned […]

A monthly magazine where your life is the subject

It sounds cool and convenient to say your photo album is in your phone. But your life spread across the pages of a glossy magazine sounds a whole lot better. A new iOS app called Recently turns the camera roll on your iPhone into a monthly magazine. The one-step app is free and for a […]

Pop culture blows it when it comes to Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs is often portrayed as an egotistical tyrant in the books, movies, and documentaries that try to encapsulate the Apple CEO but according to someone who was both one of Jobs closest friends and a bitter rival, pop culture has totally blown it when it comes to portraying Steve. Former Apple CEO John Sculley […]

The Weeknd blows up VMAs with trippy Apple Music ads

The Weeknd’s performance of ‘I Can’t Feel My Face’ at last night’s MTV VMAs was so hot, even Kanye got up to dance to the song of summer. The singer didn’t go home with a moon last night but Apple Music debuted a new two-part ad that features John Travolta and a trippy club scene. […]