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Whether you found an iPhone or managed to forget your own password and can’t access your phone, it’s a real problem. You can try and guess, but most of the time, it won’t work. Continue Reading…

In 2001, Apple released its first iPod, making digital music accessible for the first time to millions of people in a realistic and streamlined way. Digital files had obviously been around for some time, but Apple was the first to capitalize on this and make a quality device capable of storing and playing thousands of songs. The release of the iPod dramatically changed the music industry in a variety of ways. Media giants like Borders and Best Buy, longs purveyors of large music selections, were forced to go in different directions or were driven out of business entirely. Continue Reading…

It seems like there are so many great apps on the market. Social media, games, instructional apps, weight loss apps: everything from the very practical to the immensely absurd is floating around out there somewhere. Given this proliferation of applications for smart phones, there are two things that are almost statistical certainties. One: some of those apps are bound to be pretty terrible. Two: iPhone or iPad users are bound to install at least one of them in the life of their product. Removing iPhone apps is actually quite a breeze, and can come in handy if you run into an app that is crash-prone or slows your phone down. Continue Reading…

I’m sure you’ve seen the sites. They are popping up all over the place. They go by a lot of names, but are commonly called penny auctions. They promise inexpensive offerings like cheap iPads, TVs, and other high-end pieces of technology. But are these sites, that often claim to have cheap iPads at as low as $40 or $50, too good to be true? Continue Reading…

OK, so it doesn’t actually do virtually anything. But you can learn to do almost anything using Snapguide, an easy-to-use and great looking app for iPhone or iPad. It is one of the more underrated iPhone apps out there, and it just keeps getting better. Continue Reading…

Long drives used to be murder on families, especially when there were young kids involved. Many children can’t read while on the road due to motion sickness, and there are only so many rounds of 20 questions or I Spy you can play before a child’s attention span is somewhere else. Apple devices can help with this conundrum. While they are certainly excellent social and business tools, you can also find a tremendous variety of educational applications for iPad that can entertain kids while they learn. Continue Reading…

In October of 2012, Apple released the iPad Mini, a smaller and more portable version of the tablet PC that was almost single-handedly responsible for reviving the tablet market. Already, though less than a year old, the iPad Mini and similar 8-inch display tablets are expected to reach almost 12% market share in 2013, according to market research firm TrendForce. There are some obvious advantages to the smaller iPad, but the older size has distinct benefits as well. Continue Reading…

Technology sometimes gets a bad rap. Video games have become one of the most popular varieties of entertainment in the United States. In 2010, it was estimated that approximately sixty-seven percent of households own a video game system. The prevalence of smart phones has made video games even more universal in recent years, since high-quality games are now available on the go. Video games and television are often blamed for contributing to obesity in the U.S., and there is certainly no question that an active lifestyle will do more for one’s health than sitting around using technology like smart phones, video games, and TV. Continue Reading…

The patent problems relating to Apple’s touchscreen inherent in all of its iDevices have been widely publicized. Apple claimed that other smartphone manufacturers infringed on its touchscreen technology patents. The technology that received the most press was the zoom screen that we all know and love. Continue Reading…

With the proliferation of smart phones and tablets one of the biggest concerns is how to keep your iPhone and iPad safe and secure. Continue Reading…

If you have just bought your very first iPhone you want to know everything it does. One of the first things you probably want to do is download music to your device. There is no point in carrying along your MP3 player anymore when you can connect your iPhone to your iTunes library. Here is a step by step guide showing how to sync your iPhone and your iTunes accounts. Continue Reading…

Amazon made many iPhone and iPod Touch users happy by announcing that their MP3 store can now be used by both these Apple devices that can access it using Safari. Everyone using Safari that goes to Amazon’s web store will see a new site that’s optimized for mobile devices. Continue Reading…

For people who are living in the past and want to remember everything, iPhone’s new app called Heard is a great find. This new app is also called “the iPhone Time Machine“. It records all the sounds it hears using the mic of the iPhone and saves the last 5 minutes in its memory. Continue Reading…

Sharing videos taken with your iPhone is not as easy as sharing pics, but there are still several options how to do that. Let’s take a closer look at some solutions to this problem. Continue Reading…

According to studies, in 2009 about 40% of all new HIV infected people were aged below 30. This was a 21% increase from a few years earlier. Scientist Kim Hieftje, who took part in the studies discussed a new game developed for iPads to help  prevent HIV in the Games for Health forum in Boston. Continue Reading…

Apple is said to release both the iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 in July, but there is still speculation about whether or not they will include iOS 7. There have been reports that both tablets will be ready for the masses in July but Apple has said that iOS 7 won’t be ready before fall. Even though some experts say that it may be ready earlier as scheduled, in August, but that will be after the two iPads have been released. Continue Reading…

Now that Apple has released their second beta version for iOS 7 it is clear that there are several new features. One of the most interesting ones is the possibility to control most of the interface options by using your head. No, it’s not the same as controlling you iPhone with your mind – yet. For now, you have to tilt your head, which will trigger iOS to perform certain actions. The iPad or the iPhone can see your movements. Continue Reading…

A Chinese blog has posted photos of what seems to be the display of Apple’s new iPhone 5s that is bound to hit the market soon. How credible this source is is yet to be seen. Continue Reading…

Have your kids appropriated your iPhone while you were away and purchased in-game junk worth tens or hundreds of dollars? Probably not, but you’ve certainly heard of other kids who did just that, sometimes amassing charges of thousands of dollars which their parents had to pay. Continue Reading…

The iPad isn’t only for grownups and children, it’s for cats too! There are a couple of awesome apps for pets in the App Store that can turn your device into a wonderful toy for your cat. But before you grab them you’ll want to buy first a nice protective case/screen for your device, to make sure that no furry paws will scratch it. Continue Reading…