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iOS 8.2 Beta: All About Apple Watch, WatchKit

iOS 8.2 Beta: All About Apple Watch, WatchKit

| November 22, 2014

Still having troubles with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch even after installing iOS 8.1.1? You will probably have to live with those issues until next year. While Apple may still release another bug fix upgrade, right now the company and its developers are busy with iOS 8.2 Beta. What’s that about? It’s about that […]

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iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Play 4K Video, But Apple Won’t Tell You

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Play 4K Video, But Apple Won’t Tell You

| November 22, 2014

Shhh, Apple doesn’t want you to know! Call it an Easter Egg, or hidden feature, inside your shiny new Apple smartphone. Yes, boys and girls, the powerful 64-bit A8 chip that comes with every iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus can playback 4K video. Although the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus offer native resolutions […]

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iPhone 7 Camera: The Next Revolution

iPhone 7 Camera: The Next Revolution

| November 21, 2014

In 2005, the world’s best selling mp3 player was the iPod mini. Apple stunned analysts and customers by replacing it with the iPod nano, which went on to become the best seller. Who does that? If John Gruber is right, Apple’s going to do it again with the iPhone 7 camera. On last week’s The […]

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How To Read Thoughts iOS App Review

How To Read Thoughts iOS App Review

| November 21, 2014

How to read thoughtsANDREI LAZAREVEducation$ 0.99Download Hang on a moment, don’t get too excited just yet. If the headline caught your attention because you’re looking for some kind of magical app which will let you prod around inside people’s minds and know what they’re thinking, you’ve come to the wrong place. If, however, you’re curious […]

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Delete Specific Pages from Safari History in iOS

Delete Specific Pages from Safari History in iOS

| November 21, 2014

Safari in iOS has always had the ability to clear all browser history on the iPhone and iPad, but up until the latest versions of iOS, it was either delete all history or nothing. That has changed however, and if you would rather selectively delete individual pages from history instead of clearing out all browser […]

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OS X 10.10.2 Beta 1 Available to Developers

OS X 10.10.2 Beta 1 Available to Developers

| November 21, 2014

Apple has released the first developer beta of OS X 10.10.2, arriving as build version 14C68K. The notes attached to the OS X Update Seed 10.10.2 download don’t specify any particular focus areas, but presumably the update aims to address bugs and issues that have gone unresolved after the recent OS X 10.10.1 update. Developers […]

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iPhone + Beats: Will Music Win?

iPhone + Beats: Will Music Win?

| November 20, 2014

Between a rock and a hard place. Digital download sales are falling, but streaming music service revenues, though rising, aren’t keeping pace. Artists, like Taylor Swift, are caught in the middle. Could Beats Music streaming service installed on every new iPhone be the solution? “I think that people should feel that there is a value […]

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CopyTrans Shelbee Windows App Review

CopyTrans Shelbee Windows App Review

| November 20, 2014

As it turns out, not everyone is as keen on running Apple software on their Windows PCs as you might imagine. iTunes in particular isn’t universally loved by the Windows fraternity, for various reasons – often it’s purely because these users have their own media player of choice. But iTunes is still the most obvious choice […]

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Goodbye Google? Firefox + Yahoo Pair on Search

Goodbye Google? Firefox + Yahoo Pair on Search

| November 20, 2014

Now is Marissa Mayer saving Yahoo? Who knows, but the soap opera that is the technology business just got a bit more interesting. Yes, Mozilla Firefox + Yahoo have inked a deal whereby Firefox will list Yahoo as the default search engine. Mozilla’s in-house news blog is reporting a five-year deal making Yahoo the default […]

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How to Disable Reachability on iPhone If You Accidentally Open It

How to Disable Reachability on iPhone If You Accidentally Open It

| November 19, 2014

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus gained a feature called Reachability which, when activated, brings all onscreen icons and elements closer to the bottom of the display and Home button, thus making it easier for your thumb or finger to reach the desired touch points. While Reachability is proving to be a popular tool […]

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