02/21/2014, Updates are always a welcome thing, right? Since most updates tend to do away with bugs and introduce new features, it is understandable why they are, for the most part, welcome. However there are times when an update might be too drastic, thus holding users back from updating, like when iOS 6 was updated to iOS 7, and when Microsoft introduced Windows 8. That being said, a study conducted by […]
01/28/2014, Apple’s fiscal 2014 first quarter ended on December 28, 2013 and soon after trading closed for the day, the Apple Q1 2014 earnings were officially announced. The company had a record quarter as far as iPhone and iPad sales are concerned, even if it didn’t exactly meet Wall Street’s expectations. An all-time quarterly record was established in Q1 2014 as Apple sold 51 million iPhones and 26 million iPads. During the […]
01/22/2014, Snapchat, the service that lets people send self-destructing photos and videos, has become very popular over the past year and a half. Sure it has seen its fair share of ups and downs, such as the security breach that compromised phone numbers and usernames of more than 4.6 million users, but it has reportedly peaked the interest for two behemoths. Google and Facebook were both reportedly trying to acquire the […]
01/10/2014, As most of you guys know, Apple’s Mac computers don’t quite have the same market share as their Windows competitors. There are many reasons for it, such as Windows computers being more affordable, more familiar, and also having more software available for it that is used by professionals around the world. However Apple’s Mac computers are slowly gaining traction, thanks to a research by Gartner where it was found that […]
01/07/2014, Android is everywhere, commonly in our smartphones and tablets, and its slowly making its way into our cars and even onto our heads. In fact, recent market stats from Kantar Worldpanel reveal that Android’s share in the global smartphone market has surged almost nine percent in the last three months alone. Research group Gartner predicted today that in 2014, more than one billion Android devices will be shipped to consumers in […]
12/29/2013, One of the features that Google has installed on its Android operating system is the ability to automatically backup your photos taken on your phone to Google+, the company’s social networking website. In a way it is similar to Apple’s iCloud service although admittedly Google seems to be putting much more effort into getting users to use its Google+ services as we have seen in the past with YouTube, the […]
12/13/2013, If you learn anything from the Internet, it’s that you shouldn’t take much of what’s on it serious. There are some people out there who enjoy watching the world burn, which is exactly what we saw when Internet pranksters released instructions to “unlock” the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility option or an option in iOS 7 that magically makes your iPhone waterproof. It looks like owners of Apple products have yet another bogus […]
11/14/2013, One of the tactics that Apple likes to use to edge out the competition would be to invest heavily in machinery, buying themselves an exclusive deal or locking out their competitors due to them placing many orders, but how much has Apple spent so far on creating exclusive deals for unique supply chain machinery? Well according to a report from Bloomberg, they claim that Apple has committed themselves to spending […]
11/05/2013, So we have seen how Atama’s Sesame fob allows users to lock and unlock their Mac computer wirelessly, and if you’re after a similar solution, here’s an alternative in the form of “Knock”. The good news is that unlike Sesame, Knock is not an external device but rather an iOS app that allows the user to knock on their phone a couple of times to unlock their Mac computer. Similar […]
10/29/2013, It would seem Amazon is on a role today as not only did they launch their Kindle Matchbook service, but they’re now announcing they have expanded their Cloud Player app to be available for Mac owners.
10/08/2013, Earlier this year at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced OS X 10.9 Mavericks. This is the first time in years that Apple has not named a major OS X release after a big cat. That’s not the only change that has been made. Mavericks brings as many as 200 new features and improvements. Since WWDC 2013, Mavericks has only been available to developers. Apple is yet to roll it […]
07/16/2013, Let’s face it, there are probably a good many of us out there who download music or movies illegally, and those of us underage who click “Yes I Am Over 18” when viewing adult websites: basically things we’re not supposed to be doing. However what would you do if you were caught? Well it seems that there is a browser trojan making its way around the internet infecting Mac computers, […]
07/03/2013, Martin Hajek has created a concept for an all-glass Mac Pro.
07/02/2013, Apple's Back to School promotion offers gift cards for the purchase of an iPhone, iPad or Mac.