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Apple wrapped up its Q1 2015 earnings call this afternoon by announcing an unprecedented 74 million iPhone sales to go along with its $ 76.4 billion in revenue that broke the record for the most money made by a corporation in… Read more ›

There’s nothing more frustrating than a beautiful iPhone that has zero GB of storage left.Especially when you see that a lot of room is actually taken up a mysterious “other” section that just seems to grow bigger over time. In today’s handy video,… Read more ›

Many Mac users rely on the Messages app to converse back and forth with other Mac and iPhone owners, but unlike saving a picture or image from a message in the iOS side of things, OS X Messages app does not offer a share sheet download option or menu for saving specific photos and media … Read More

These days, any photo you shoot with your iPhone or other smartphone will typically contain location data (unless you have that feature turned off) to better allow apps like iPhoto place your images on a map. Even photo sharing services… Read more ›

Tweetbot for Mac disappears from the Mac App Store

In 2013, Twitter introduced a new policy that was designed to prevent third-party Twitter clients from gaining too much popularity. The design to the Twitter API basically capped the number of API “tokens” a third-party developer have. Each token is… Read more ›

When you click into the URL bar of Safari in OS X Yosemite, a panel menu of website bookmark icons appears directly under the address bar. This can offer a quick way to access web bookmarks in Safari from a Mac, but it’s fairly likely you’ll discover a few bookmarks in the icon view that … Read More

After failing to garner consumer interest for nearly two years, the fate of Google Glass is now in the hands of former Apple executive Tony Fadell. The Glass Explorer program is also being shut down on January 19th, which means… Read more ›

The iOS Photo Stream feature is a really great way to share photos between friends and family who also have an iPad or iPhone. Each shared Photo Stream and the associated images are kept in iCloud, viewable through the “Shared” tab in the Photos app, where they are cached temporarily as you look at them. … Read More

Blackberry gets caught tweeting from an iPhone

Blackberry isn’t quite dead yet, but don’t tell that to the person running their Twitter account. The classic Blackberry keyboard is great for pounding out 140 character tweets, yet whoever is tweeting from @Blackberry was spotted using an iPhone to… Read more ›