Tag Archive: Missing

Apple was responsible for 15% of the world’s smartphone shipments in 2013, and as much as 56% of all the profit. Sony, on the other hand, accounted for only 3.8% of the world’s smartphone shipments in 2013, and is barely… Read more ›     

Tablet Stealth Pro Keyboard Case by M-Edge Category: Keyboard Case Works With: iPad Air, iPad mini Price: $ 79.99 When should you take your iPad and when should you take your MacBook? If you use your iOS devices for work on… Read more ›     

iPhone in Lost Mode Lost Mode is an outstanding feature of Find My iPhone that allows you to remotely lock an iPhone with a passcode and an on-screen message, rendering the device unusable while in “Lost Mode” until the passcode is entered correctly. Making this feature even better is the ability to choose a contact phone number for the locked device, and calling that number becomes the only actionable item on the lock  [Read More...]

Fans of Games Magazine will know the puzzles in developer Casual Labs’ Paint It Back as “Paint by Numbers.” Owners of the Nintendo DS portable system might recognize them as Picross, and giant puzzle nerds might know them as Nonograms…

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The post I See Art Missing, And I Want To Paint It Back [Review] appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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iTunes Radio is a really great streaming music service from Apple accessible with iTunes on the desktop and iOS for the mobile world. But a peculiar bug is impacting some iOS devices where the Radio button disappears entirely at random from the iOS Music app for many iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users. This obviously causes the entire iTunes Radio service to also go missing from iOS 7, here’s what this looks like when you launch Music app:

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Ecoute is one of the best third-party music players for iPhone, and it just got a whole lot better thanks to its latest update. In addition to the ability to download missing artwork, it also has a new feature, and supports a new URL scheme that allows it to play nicely with Launch Center Pro.

If you’ve added music to your iTunes library from burned CDs or alternative sources, some of your  [Read More...]


iTunes links mysteriously began disappearing from Google search results earlier this month, and Google was quick to confirm that a technical issue was the cause — and not that it was pulling them intentionally. As it turns out, the problem may have actually been Apple’s fault.

According to a report from search engine experts SISTRIX, Apple may have been blocking Google’s crawlers accidentally.

SISTRIX claims that Apple begins blocking connections to its  [Read More...]

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App Store links mysteriously disappeared from Google search this week, making it more difficult to find iOS apps with a simple web search. Some suspected Google may have killed them intentionally, but it turns out that a technical issue is to blame for the glitch.

Google says it’s now working with “the team” to get it fixed.

Although most App Store links weren’t removed from Google’s search  [Read More...]

Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features a casual, and engaging game for your Apple Mac computer to play over the weekend. This week, put on your mommy shoes, travel to a mysterious town and find your missing son. Download it and try the free demo now

Whispered Secrets: The Story of Tideville Collector’s Edition (hidden object/adventure) – This hidden object adventure game might sound like there’s  [Read More...]


If you lose a smartphone and you use a service that can track its location via GPS, ignore it when it tells you that your handset is a Wayne Dobson’s house. For the past two years, this 59-year-old retiree has had cellphone owners showing up at his Las Vegas home demanding their devices back. They turn up at all hours of the day, yelling and threatening to call the police.

But Dobson is  [Read More...]