Brazenly calling itself the “ultimate defense” for protecting passwords, documents, credit cards, bank accounts details, images, videos, and all your other private stuff, FaceCrypt is being advertized as one of the most secure ways of controlling access to your iOS… Read more ›
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The login screen wallpaper in OS X Mavericks is a pretty boring dark gray linen picture, with the Apple logo in the center. Yawn. Far better to put in your own image, thereby customizing the login screen for your very… Read more ›
Springpad launched on the heels of Evernote in 2008. Though the two are superficially alike â€” they’re both cloud-based note-taking services often accessed though their respective iOS and Android apps â€” Springpad was always a little more geared toward… Read more ›
With the new Mac Pro, Apple has once against shifted manufacturing of one of its products to the United States. Could other products follow? Even, say, the iPhone? Foxconn chairman and president Terry Gou has hinted yes, saying that the… Read more ›
In OS X Mountain Lion, Apple made sharing files between two Macs easier than ever before with AirDrop… but that only works if you’re on the same network. What if you want something as easy to use as AirDrop, but… Read more ›
Friday afternoon I checked out the Retina iPad mini at a local Apple reseller (spoiler: itâ€™s awesome), and I tried it right after Iâ€™d hefted the iPad Air. And I noticed something I hadnâ€™t heard about in any reviews:… Read more ›
The genre of tower defense has been fairly represented on iOS over the past several years, with notable entries like Fieldrunners and Kingdom Rush turning in fantastic examples of fixed and variable path classic tower defense gameplay. RoboMouse HD by…
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The iPad Air is the first 9.7-inch Retina iPad to ship without an A-X series chip. Put more simply, it’s the first such iPad to forego bolting more graphic cores onto the core chip to drive the massive 2048 x…
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The fourth-generation iPad with its dual-core A6X processor was certainly no slouch, but it looks like one when you put it up against the new iPad Air. Thanks to that new 64-bit A7 chip, the iPad Air is an incredible…
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