How to Browse iCloud Drive Files in Time Machine

How to Browse iCloud Drive Files in Time Machine
Earlier this week Apple released the latest update for OS X Yosemite, bring Mac users up to version 10.10.2 of the operating system. This long-awaited update to the OS delivered a number of important bug fixes and security patches, many of which users felt were long overdue. For instance, the software patch not only addresses lingering issues Read more…

Sundance Hit, Tangerine, Shot Using the iPhone 5S

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I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: for many people, the iPhone has taken the place of dedicated digital cameras. Go out, and you’ll see more people using iPhones (or tablets) to take photos and videos compared to digital cameras. But making an entire film using the iPhone 5S is a totally different Read more…

The Truffol Station 5 USB Charger Combines Beauty and Function

The Truffol Station 5 USB Charger Combines Beauty and Function
You know just how much we dislike having a mess of cables, and while this is inevitable in some parts of the house, if one can employ solutions like Quirky’s, then we’re all for it! While I am a huge fan of Quirky, there is something to be said about wooden accessories. This is especially Read more…

6 Ways to Improve Battery Life on iPhone 6

6 Ways to Improve Battery Life on iPhone 6
Battery life has always been a primary concern for smartphone owners, many of whom struggle to make it through a single day without needing to recharge their devices. With the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple has made significant strides in improving the overall battery life of their phones, but there are times Read more…

Prynt Case: the iPhone Polaroid

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Remember those cameras which allowed you to instantly print photos that you’ve just taken? Of course you do! Polaroids are still being made and sold today, but at a ‘nice’ price. If you use your iPhone as your main camera, and you want something Polaroid-y, then you’ll want to have the Prynt Case. It can Read more…

Is 2.5 Hours of Battery Life Enough for Apple Watch?

Is 2.5 Hours of Battery Life Enough for Apple Watch?
As we get closer to the nebulous “early 2015″ release date for the Apple Watch, nuggets of information about the new product have started to slip out to the public at last. While the exact ship date for the device remains a mystery, inside sources have given us hints as to what to expect in Read more…

Apple Doesn’t Like Pot: Marijuana iOS Apps Keep Getting Rejected

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Marijuana for medical purposes has been legalized in many states. From Alaska to Washington, there is a total of 23 states (plus DC) where medical marijuana is legal. Unsurprisingly, other sectors have dipped their toes in the niche. App developers, in particular, have been quick to create software that cater to pot users. From how Read more…

Should Apple be Legally Obligated to Develop Apps for Rival Operating Systems?

Should Apple be Legally Obligated to Develop Apps for Rival Operating Systems?
We all know that net neutrality has been a hot topic of late with content providers, broadband service companies, and the Federal Communications Commission butting heads with one another over the future of the Internet. But earlier this week BlackBerry CEO John Chen posted a letter that he sent to members of the U.S. Congress that looks Read more…

Free iOS Apps Today [Plus One New Must-Have]

Free iOS Apps Today [Plus One New Must-Have]
Let’s start the weekend early (again) with some free iOS apps today. We’ve got four free apps, which are normally paid. But more than that, we found a gem of a game that will make children of the 90s totally go nuts. Enjoy! Free iOS Apps Today Ghost Blitz Normally priced at $2.99, Ghost Blitz Read more…

NimbleBit Shows Mockups for an Apple Watch Game

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As the Apple Watch release draws ever nearer, the hype continues with tidbits coming out left and right. Developers have the “fortune” of having access to the WatchKit API, of course, but there really isn’t much we know about what apps will be available, much less what these apps can do. That doesn’t mean people Read more…