Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 12. If you’re tired of sending another boring card or flowers, here are some ideas for tech presents for Mom, even if she’s not a tech geek herself.
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Here are my 10 favorite tips and tricks on doing things more quickly with your iPhone.
Are you adequately entertained? We thought not. That's why we're here to provide you with an update as to what's out there in the world of home entertainment, so you can fill every moment with digital content on every screen you have, large or small. We're focusing on products that are easy to use and relatively inexpensive, and which don't require a professional installer to set up.
Hello friends! Welcome to 2013. To kick off the new year, we thought we'd answer the question we hear all the time: What is iCloud, anyway?
iCloud is a free service from Apple, available to users of Macs (with at least OS X 10.7 Lion), and PC's (with at least Windows Vista), and iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches (with at least iOS 5).
Perhaps to steer media attention away from the iOS 6 Maps debacle, Apple introduced a bunch of cool new stuff this week. Here's what's on offer:
In case you have been traveling in the Himalayas in the last month, you may have heard that Apple introduced a new product. It's the long-awaited iPhone 5.
Apple just released a new version of their Mac operating system, as you are probably aware. So, what's it all about?
Yesterday, at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced a whole great big pile of new Apple stuff. Here are the top 8 new products and services.
Well, the sad day finally came, as we knew it would, where there's been a major malware (or, as more commonly and inaccurately called, virus) outbreak on Macs. It's called Flashback, and you don't want it.
Apple has made a bunch of noise about iCloud, its new free online service for users of Macs, iPhones, iPads, and Windows PC's. Here's what we think is useful in iCloud, and what we think is not so great.