Tag Archive: Control

“A keyboard? How quaint,†said C. Montgomery Scott, the USS Enterprise’s Chief Engineer, when it was suggested he use a keyboard instead of voicing commands to a computer. How quaint indeed. Now, with Dragon Dictate for Mac 4, you can… Read more ›

We know that Apple is interested in giving the Apple TV Kinect-like motion sensing abilities — they bought the 3D motion tracking company behind the tech last year, after all — but who knows when, if ever, it will actually… Read more ›

In a much-requested feature, paying Spotify users can now use their iPhone or iPad to control the songs playing on their desktop computer. Thanks to the update, you can now easily switch between desktop and mobile — perhaps using your… Read more ›

GIFs are one of the finest gifts god has given the internet. I can’t get enough of them. And once iOS 8 drops it’s going to be easier than ever to have non-stop reaction GIF conversations with friends thanks to… Read more ›

Normally a story about a stolen iPod touch wouldn’t be worthy of major news coverage. That changes, however, when the iPod touch in question is used to control its war veteran owner’s prosthetic hand. The iPod touch belongs to Afghanistan… Read more ›

When surfing the web or using one of your favorite applications, chances are your iPhone is burning through mobile data. Unless you have unlimited data on your wireless plan, this can quickly become a costly habit. Luckily, it’s easy to… Read more ›

More than a century after Thomas Edison created his version of the light bulb, General Electric — the company founded by Edison — has introduced a new smart LED light bulb called Link. What’s neat about Link light bulbs is… Read more ›

Modern versions of iOS allow iPhone and LTE-enabled iPad users to control exactly which apps can use cellular data. Additionally, the settings control panel can help to make the decision easier to allow or disallow a specific apps cellular access by displaying how much cellular data a specific app is actually using. This can be … Read More

You can finally control music volume from your Pebble

  You can now use your Pebble to control music volume on your smartphone and tablet, thanks to a new Pebble app update that’s available now on iOS (and coming soon to Android). It’s accompanied by a version 2.2 firmware update… Read more ›

How to Control What Apps Can Access Photos in iOS

iOS allows users to control what apps can access the images and photos stored on their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This is handled through the Privacy settings and offers granular control over which specific third party applications are allowed to pull images from the Photos app, Camera Roll, and also whether or not they … Read More