Just about every iPhone user loves the iPhone 5, but if there is one thing to complain about it’s almost always about the devices battery life, or rather, lack thereof. Nearly all who use their iPhone 5 constantly will offer some variation of this complaint, and for many of us it’s the first iPhone that has to be charged throughout the day too, rather than charging it exclusively overnight and [Read More...]
It seems crazy that iOS is six years old now, and Apple still hasn’t introduced a way to trial apps before buying them. Apple’s motivations in this aren’t clear — are they concerned that trialing apps will give users less incentive to buy them, and therefore make it less likely for Apple to get a 30% cut? — but it seems obvious to me that trial versions of apps would ultimately be [Read More...]
One of the advantages of Mailbox only working with Gmail is that a lot of the conventions you’re already used to are present in this fantastic on-the-go email app for your iPhone. If you spend a lot of time on your iPhone using Mailbox, you might have wondered what it does with your mail when you archive, set to later, or add to a list.
Well, it’s really quite simple.
Four out of the five highest-paid executives in the United States work for Apple,Â Bloomberg BusinessweekÂ reports, but not one of them is CEO Tim Cook.
According to fiscal 2012 compensation figures for top earners filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Apple’sÂ Bob Mansfield, Bruce Sewell, Jeffrey Williams, and Peter Oppenheimer join Oracle CEO Larry Ellison to make up the top five corporate earners last year.
Mansfield was the highest-paid Apple employee, [Read More...]
I have done a lot writing in my day, and there are times when I want to just let the words fly freely faster than I can possibly type them. When Iâ€™ve worked on my talks for seminars or wanted to work out some thoughts on a major piece of writing, I have given the reins to Dragon Dictate.
This Cult of Mac Deals offer has a huge savings on [Read More...]
Looks like even Steve Wozniak wants Apple to release a Siri API to third-party developers, and he has a pretty good idea how it would work: a lot like AppleScript, basically. For example, to do something in Foursquare, you’d launch Siri, say “Foursquare” and then anything you said after that would be parsed through the Foursquare app. Sounds good to me… maybe with iOS 7?
Bye-bye sweet iPad blogging setupâ€¦ For now.
As I never tire of telling people, I do all my work using an iPad. Research, communication, writing and photo editing â€“ all of these are now second nature for me on both the iPad mini and the full-sized iPad 3. I love the portability, I love the stripped-down â€œworkflowâ€ which lets me get stuff done way faster than I can on the Mac, mostly due to [Read More...]
Bem’s Wireless Speaker Trio: Fully charged and ready for action.
If you’ve ever had a party with people in various rooms of your house, maybe even outside, Bem’s Wireless Speaker Trio was made just for you.
Wireless Speaker Trio by Bem Wireless Category: Cases Works With: iPod, iPhone, iPad, Mac, or anything with Bluetooth Price: $ 299.99
The Trio is a neat idea: [Read More...]
BlackBerry has today announced that it is extending its gold standard security service thatÂ provides complete separation of work and personal data on your mobile devices to Android and iOS.
Called Secure Work Space and managed through BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, the service includes secured client apps for email, calendar, contacts, tasks, memos, and more to allow you to have one device for both work and personal use without compromising security.
â€œWith BlackBerryÂ® [Read More...]