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The optional iOS Restrictions settings provides a way to limit access to adult themed websites from Safari on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, but for some purposes those default restrictions may not go far enough. For those looking to gain additional control over web access, users will find that individual websites can be added … Read More

Apple Brings Wish List Viewing To Library In iTunes

Today Apple released a minor update to iTunes that brings the ability to view your iTunes Store wish list directly in your local library. Support for Arabic and Hebrew has also been improved with other stability improvements. Source: Apple     

Mail icon for Mac OS X The Mail compose window has long had an auto-complete function that lets you start typing a name or email address to see a list of suggestions for completing the contacts email. That list is based upon who you’ve email and also what contacts you have in your address book, but now with the newest versions of Mail app in OS X, you can access all your iCloud  [Read More...]

Feedshare Lets You Share Your List Of RSS Feeds

  Feedshare is a great new service for sharing your RSS feeds. That is, you can upload the OPML file containing all your subscribed feeds and it will be available to anyone who cares. And you don’t just have to… Read more ›     

The Independent Games Festival (IGF), held every spring at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, is a celebration of the independent spirit. It’s both a gauge of the cutting edge in game design as well as an increasingly… Read more ›     

Heard of DoubleU Casino? Panda Jam? Farmville 2? Did you even know there *was* a sequel to that old chestnut? Do folks even play these things? Looking at the Facebook Games Of The Year, it’s pretty clear what kind of… Read more ›     

Jony Ive Makes WSJ’s ‘Books of The Year’ List

It’s the time of the year for lists: naughty, nice, best of, trends, Thirteen Surprising Bathroom Habits Of Tech Innovators. Stuff like that. All those listicles can make your eyes water, even though you can’t stop yourself from clicking through… Read more ›     

Jony Ive Makes WSJ’s ‘Books of The Year’ List

It’s the time of the year for lists: naughty, nice, best of, trends, Thirteen Surprising Bathroom Habits Of Tech Innovators. Stuff like that. All those listicles can make your eyes water, even though you can’t stop yourself from clicking through… Read more ›     

Get an Application list in iOS Spotlight

It’s easy to wind up with a lot of apps installed on our iPhones and iPads, and if you’ve ever wanted to see every single app on an iOS device you have probably noticed there isn’t any obvious way to do so without connecting to iTunes or looking at the Storage Usage list in Settings. Well, obvious is the operative word there, because it turns out  [Read More...]

How to Show the List View in Calendar for iOS 7

Calendar icon in iOS The Calendar List view is debatably the most useful way to quickly see what’s on tap with any given schedule on your iPhone or iPad. For whatever reason, as part of the Calendar apps dramatic overhaul with iOS 7, the list view seemingly vanished from easy access… or so many users thought. The List view actually does remain in Calendar for the newest versions of iOS… you just have  [Read More...]