Tag Archive: Work


Continuity is one of the best features of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, allowing your iPhone, iPad, and Mac to all operate more seamlessly together than ever before. But there’s a problem: Continuity requires Bluetooth 4.0 LE to work,… Read more ›

One of the easiest ways Google could compete with Apple Watch is to make its Android Wear devices compatible with iOS. Some say it’ll never happen, but according to Android Wear product manager Jeff Chang, support for other platforms is something the search… Read more ›

If you love learning about the technical intricacies of your favorite gadgets, chances are you’ve heard of the website AnandTech. The founder of the 17-year-old site, Anand Lal Shimpi, has been a highly regarded tech reviewer for years. Over the… Read more ›

Top 3 iPad apps that let you get real work done

Though our iPads can be great for relaxation, sometimes it’s crucial to use these mobile workhorses for business. Luckily, when there is a lot being asked of you and deadlines are to be met, there are applications that can help… Read more ›

Last week there was a big furore when it turned out that a Reuters report about the National Federation of the Blind taking issue with the accessibility of Apple’s apps was based on inaccurate reporting. Given how seriously Apple takes the issue… Read more ›

Steve Jobs has an enormous reputation for eeking out every last drip of performance from his talented employees, but even in the early days of Apple, that maniacal drive for success came with the huge trade-off of driving away his… Read more ›

Steve Jobs has an enormous reputation for eeking out every last drip of performance from his talented employees, but even in the early days of Apple, that maniacal drive for success came with the huge trade-off of driving away his… Read more ›

Samsung wants to be one of the world’s top 10 places to work by 2020, but according to the latest third-party labor conditions report, working for the South Korean smartphone maker is still a horrible experience, especially if you’re one… Read more ›

iOS 8′s third-party keyboards work like a charm

Custom keyboards are landing on iPhones and iPads this fall after Apple finally decided to give users more options than Jony Ive’s horrible shift key. We’re still a few months away from finished keyboards being ready for the public, but this morning… Read more ›

Handoff was one of the most exciting iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite features announced at WWDC, giving you the ability to begin a task (say, an email) on one platform and seamlessly transfer it to another. It’s a great… Read more ›