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Six Tablet Apps For Making The Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner

Cooking Thanksgiving dinner can be daunting. Not only must you prepare tons of food—some of it you’ve rarely cooked before—you’ve also got to make sure that it’s all ready to hit the table at the same time. And you’ve got to keep all those plates spinning under the watchful eye of family members ready to […]

September 5th, 2014

Snapping Photos On The IPhone

DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE ARE OTHER WAYS TO SNAP PICTURES THAN USING THE SOFTWARE BUTTON ON THE CAMERA APP? You can also use the physical “Volume +” or “Volume -” buttons on the edge of the phone. What’s really handy is that the physical “Volume +” or “Volume -” buttons on the headphones (or […]

September 5th, 2014

Special Siri Commands When Dictating On IPhone Or IPad

Speech to text dictation is getting better by leaps and bounds, and Apple’s Siri on iOS is one of the best implementations of the technology. While you may have known that you could punctuate your dictation by just speaking it aloud (comma) you may not know that there are some more commands that you can […]

September 5th, 2014

Staff Picks: Favorite IOS Apps

Adam’s Favorites: Around Me Amortization MileBug Sleep….eLite Gayborhood Sit or Squat iLumination Delta Bank of America CNN Papa Johns Mobile Card (Starbucks) Find My iPhone Find My iPad RedLaser (iPhone) Cameron’s Favorites: SyncSpace Roambi Penultimate Wunderlist Plaintext 1Password Net news wire Spotify Keynote Pages Keynote Remote Airport Utility Alex’s Favorites: FlipBoard Pandora Xfinity TV Zendesk […]

September 5th, 2014

Stupid Reasons Not To Buy An IPad

Article found by: Cameron Champion With every Apple announcement comes new complaints that Apple is intentionally holding back their products so that they can bring old technology in as new features and make millions. Then people start saying ‘I’m not going to buy it because it doesn’t have purple unicorns!’ Here are the Purple Unicorns […]

September 5th, 2014

T-Mobile Preparing To Ditch Traditional Subsidies, Move Entirely To Value Plans In 2013 With IPhone Launch

T-Mobile’s not skimping on the big announcements at its Capital Market Days conference: it’s now declared that it plans to move entirely to its Value Plans in 2013. These plans, which are readily available, net you a lower monthly tariff in exchange for an omitted device subsidy — in other words, bring your own phone, […]

September 5th, 2014

Three Painless Ways To Get Photos Off Your IPhone

They say that the best camera is the one you have with you. By that measure, smartphones are the best cameras around. As I’ve previously reported, iPhones are the number one camera used to upload photos to Flickr, and I can attest to the fact that it fits in my pocket better than my Nikon […]

September 5th, 2014

Three Smart Ways To Use The IOS Shortcuts Feature

Typing on my iPhone keyboard is not my idea of fun. (Oh, for an Android-style Swype or SwiftKey Flow option.) That’s especially true when I have to type the same things over and over again, like my e-mail address. You know the drill: You install a new app, then have to register or sign up […]

September 5th, 2014

Use Google Apps On An IPhone

Use Google Apps on an iPhone Step 2: Sync an iPhone with Google Apps After you enable Google Sync for your domain, have each user follow these instructions on their iPhone. Open the Settings application on the iPhone’s home screen. Open Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Tap Add Account…. Select Microsoft Exchange. In the Email field, enter […]

September 5th, 2014

Use The IOS Calendar Smarter & Faster With These 5 Tips

Calendar is one of the most useful features of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and many of us wind up managing our schedules entirely through the app. But even if you’re just a casual Calendar user, you’ll still get some great use out of these five tips aimed at improving the speed of your […]

September 4th, 2014