Tag Archive: Switch


Apple Maps has been out for over two years but it’s just finally completing its original mission to completely replace Google Maps in all of Apple’s products. Starting today iCloud.com users will see an online version of Apple Maps when… Read more ›

iPhone’s new kill switch cuts thefts dramatically

Smartphones have been linked to rising crime in New York and San Francisco thanks to its allure among thieves, and according to a new FCC report, that’s just going to get worse as 10% of all robberies now involve the theft… Read more ›

iPhone users now have the ability to choose their desired maximum cellular data speed from available options. This data speed toggle was added to the iPhone with iOS 8.1 and is not yet available on all carriers, but for those that do support the data choice feature it’s quite easy to use. As mentioned before, … Read More

Ever been annoyed by the placement of lightswitches in your house? Is there never around where you need one? The Avi-on Switch is a new light switch with an associated iPhone app that you can literally just stick onto your… Read more ›

There’s a really cool feature in today’s new iPads that got zero stage time during the keynote. Apple has built its own SIM card that allows the user to switch between different carriers and plans right from iOS. “The new Apple… Read more ›

Apple’s fabulous iPhone used to be the number one reason crime was on the rise in New York City, but now that Apple’s added Activation Lock to iOS 7, thieves have given up their iLust and are targeting Samsung phones like never before.… Read more ›

iCloud Photo Library is rad. The idea is that all your full-res photos (including RAW photos) reside on Apple’s servers, and you access them from all your devices. That’s a change from Photo Stream as it is now, which stores… Read more ›

SACRAMENTO — California just flipped the kill switch for smartphones, in a move to make iCrime a thing of the past. Governor Jerry Brown signed into law State Sen. Mark Leno’s Smartphone Theft Prevention Act (Senate Bill 962). The law… Read more ›

California closer to ‘kill switch’ law

SACRAMENTO — The state where the iPhone was born came a step closer to a law that might help keep it in your hands. State Sen. Mark Leno’s Smartphone Theft Prevention Act (Senate Bill 962) passed the state legislature this morning… Read more ›

Now that Apple has ceased development of Aperture, it’s time to start looking for alternative photo management and editing solutions. The obvious choice is Lightroom, which Adobe has committed to continue work on heavily in the future. Adobe is working… Read more ›