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5 ways iCloud Drive will upgrade your life

While iCloud has been a trusty storage companion for photos and documents, Apple’s recently announced iCloud Drive upgrades what we already know and love about the service. In today’s video, we take a look at five ways iCloud Drive will…Read more ›

Want to Learn How to Quit VIM? Here Are 10 Ways to Exit VI

VIM is a very powerful command line text editor that is loved by experts and often hated by novices, mostly because it has a fairly steep learning curve that may seem unintuitive to those who aren’t familiar with it. Even something as simple as quitting out of VIM can seem like a challenge to those … Read More

The Great Martian War Has A Thousand Ways To Kill You [Review]

The History Channel has gotten a little weird over the past few years. The Great Martian War by Secret Location Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Price: Free It used to be all about World War II…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Four Ways To Clear Your VoiceMail In iOS 7 [iOS Tips]

I hate voicemail, I truly do. It’s like a fax machine: outdated and unnecessarily complicated. The introduction of visual voicemail in iOS was a good step toward updating the technology, but I’d still much rather get an email or text…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple Starts Patenting Ways To Make iPhones & iPads Out Of Liquidmetal

Apple has the exclusive license to liquidmetal, prompting all sorts of speculation that we would sooner or later see liquid metal iPhones, iPads and Macs. Despite this, so far, we’ve only seen Apple release one “product” using liquidmetal: the iPhone…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple Highlights Different Ways iPad Is Used By Professionals With New Webpage

Apple has erected a new webpage that highlights different ways the iPad is used in various professions, from wind turbine technicians to Broadway dancers. Originally tweeted by Apple Interactive Art Director Davy Rudolph, the new “Life on iPad” webpage also includes…Read more ›    [Read More…]

2 Ways To Avoid Losing Your iOS Data [Deals]

CoM - ios_recovery_mainframe_630x473Since we’re so reliant on our iPhones and iPads – especially as iOS becomes more prevalent – that we need to give thought on things beyond security on these devices. We need to think about what to do in order to keep our data safe from accidental deletion — including looking at software solutions beyond […]

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2 Ways to Change the Default Application to Open Files With in Mac OS X

Each file type has a default application that is associated with it. This means that when you double-click a file from the Finder it will open a specific application, for example on a fresh Mac OS X installation, all image files (png, jpg, gif, pdf, etc) will default to opening in Preview, and all text documents (txt, rtf, etc) will open in TextEdit. Over time, the default applications and file associations can change as you install more applications, which sometimes  [Read More…]

The 6 Ways Apple Should Copy Google

IMG_1122-1500It feels like Apple is falling way behind. But I don’t think that’s true. I believe Apple puts enormous brain power and good judgement into envisioning the Next Big Thing. It takes them a long time to get it to market. But once it’s there, they iterate to perfect the original vision. In the year […]

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3 Ways to View Zip & Archive Contents Without Extracting in Mac OS X

Wondering what is in that zip file or archive you downloaded, but you don’t want to extract it to find out? Maybe you are hunting around in a see of archives for a specific file you zipped up a while ago, but you’re not quite sure which archive contains it? You can easily peer into zips and other archive formats to view their contents without actually unzipping or uncompressing them, which is an excellent way to check if a particular  [Read More…]