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Schedule Night Shift to Automatically Adjust Colors on iPhone

The Night Shift feature of iOS shifts the display color profile to be warmer, which reduces blue light output, and makes using an iPhone or iPad display much more pleasant in the later hours of the evening (or early morning). While you can toggle Night Shift mode on and off through Control Center anytime in … Read More

Google I/O schedule confirms Android M announcement

Google today published its schedule for Google I/O 2015, and a description for one of its talks all but confirms the unveiling of Android M, the next-generation Android upgrade. The Google I/O schedule aims to help conference attendees plan their week, but it… Read more ›

Kendrick Lamar’s album hits iTunes one week ahead of schedule

One of the most highly anticipated rap albums of 2015 has landed on iTunes a week early. To Pimp a Butteryfly, the follow-up to Kendrick Lamar’s highly acclaimed album good kid, m.A.A.d city is slated for wide release on March… Read more ›

Apple’s next-gen A9 processor is already ahead of schedule

Apple is still reliant on Samsung for many of the iPhone’s internal components, including the fabrication of its almighty A-series processors, but in an effort to secure more processor orders from Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is already ahead… Read more ›

The Official 100 Pushups App Has A Schedule, And You’re Sticking To It

Official 100 Pushups — Health & Fitness — Free Recently, I realized that I didn’t even want to look at myself without a shirt on. So I downloaded the new official 100 Pushups app, and it claims it can do… Read more ›     

Schedule Do Not Disturb in OS X to Stop Nagging Notifications on the Mac

Set Do Not Disturb on a schedule to stop Notification nagging

Notification Center in OS X sends a little pop-up alert in the corner of the screen when an event occurs. These are often in the form of a reminder originally made on an iPhone, a new inbound iMessage, a persistent software update or twenty, new emails, almost anything really. While obviously useful for many occasions, they can also quickly become a complete  [Read More…]

Schedule Do Not Disturb in OS X to Stop Nagging Notifications

Set Do Not Disturb on a schedule to stop Notification nagging

Notification Center in OS X sends a little pop-up alert in the corner of the screen when an event occurs. These are often in the form of a reminder originally made on an iPhone, a new inbound iMessage, a persistent software update or twenty, new emails, almost anything really. While obviously useful for many occasions, they can also quickly become a complete  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Employee Schedule Suggests Next iPhone Launch On September 20th

T-Mobile-sign-shopWe’re still waiting on Apple to send out the invites for its all-but-confirmed iPhone event on September 10th. While Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone(s) that day, nothing substantial has been rumored about in-store availability, until now. According to an internal T-Mobile employee schedule, it looks like this year’s iPhone launch weekend will […]

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Skip The Shell Script, Schedule Do Not Disturb Times In Mavericks Beta [OS X Tips]

Schedule Do Not DisturbBack in OS X Mountain Lion, it took a seriously complex shell script and recurring Calendar event to schedule Do Not Disturb times. While it’s fun to dig in and mess about with scripts, I much rather like the new Mavericks beta ability to just, you know, schedule Do Not Disturb using a nice, pretty […]

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OS X Mavericks Will Now Let You Schedule App Updates For The Evening

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This is a neat little new detail in OS X Mavericks: if there are updates available for your system, the Notification will allow you to delay installing them for an hour, or until the evening when your system isn’t busy. And you can actually dismiss the damn thing now without it just immediately popping back up!

For other things new in OS X Mavericks, check out our gallery round-up.

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