As much as I do enjoy taking pictures when I’m on vacation, I almost never get around to putting them in an album, or even organizing them in any way. Thankfully, there are some helpful tools that can automate the …Read More »
Apple fans recall the frustration and hilarity that ensued during the infamous Apple Maps debacle. Months later, there are still plenty of Apple Maps users who aren’t happy with the app’s performance. I had a really bad Apple Maps experience …Read More »
A new Galaxy phone is out, so you know what that means… that’s right! The return of Samsung’s iPhone-bashing commercials.
This latest ad takes place in a graduation pool party where all the adults have “outdated” iPhones and all the …Read More »
[iPhone] Morning Worm is an alarm clock that forces you to wake up… by making you solve a puzzle to close the alarm
I am not now, nor will I ever be, a morning person. As much as I want to be the kind of person who wakes up with that “carpe diem” feeling. My brain is just wired to stay up late, …Read More »
If you can’t help but laugh when you see pictures of tourists taking pictures where they appear to be holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa, then you probably like trick photography. If you want an app that will let …Read More »
Sometimes, one image just isn’t enough to capture your favorite moments in time. Whether you want to capture a stunning vista from your favorite vacation spot, or need to get a couple of different angles of the guests around the …Read More »
Almost as soon as it was invented, photography was used to commemorate important people, places, and events. Whether you prefer physical photo albums or flicking through the pages of a digital album, we love photography. Now, a new app promises …Read More »
Apple starts countdown to 50 billion downloads on the App Store with a contest to win $10,000 gift card
Apple’s App Store is about to hit another significant milestone — 50 billion downloads, which is a lot even if it includes a ton of free apps being downloaded. To celebrate the occasion, the company is a contest where one …Read More »
Summer vacation is right around the corner, and that means households all across America will soon be resounding with that all-to-familiar refrain, “I’m bored!” Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly activity to do with your kids, or looking for a …Read More »
Do you hate playing games on a laptop or netbook with a touchpad? Do you ever feel like there may be a better way to game? WanderPlayer for Android is an application that allows you to connect your Android to …Read More »
Gamers of a certain age will always have a soft spot for bad graphics. As much as I might love games with silky smooth graphics and amazing frame rates, I’m always gonna crack a grin when I’m playing a game …Read More »
Google Now has landed on iOS. Let’s see how it performs compared to Siri, shall we?Read More »
In a rather odd turn of events, Google’s much-acclaimed voice search/commands platform Google Now is available for iPad and iPhone users. Until now, Google Now was only available to Android devices running version 4.1 Jelly Bean and up.
If you’re …Read More »
If you’re of a certain age, then you undoubtedly have fond memories of playing Oregon Trail…and some not so fun memories of having your oxen die every time you tried to ford that darn river! In the summer of 2012, …Read More »
Don’t you hate it when your Internet is slow? There are tons of reasons that this can happen, but sometimes the culprit is an annoying neighbor who is hogging all your bandwidth. If you have an unsecured Wi-Fi connection, or …Read More »
I’m a fan of great advertising. And Apple, much like Google, is one of the industry’s best. Their recent more upbeat ads for the iPhone and iPad highlighting all the different apps, however, weren’t exactly great. In fact, I think …Read More »
I’m going to say something that will probably make you hate me: I despise Sudoku. Sure, it’s a great way to keep your brain active and youthful as you begin to age, but as a game…it’s not much of a …Read More »
[Windows] Securely store your passwords, contacts, notes, and more with Data Guardian [Mac OS X, iOS]
dotTech has a review on best free password manager for Windows, programs that not only securely store your passwords but other data too. If you have yet to find a program to you like using to securely store password and …Read More »
It looks like China isn’t the only one putting up convincing-looking fake Apple Stores — Afghanistan’s got one too. In fact, this is reportedly the only one in the country!
The unofficial Apple Store is located in Afghanistan’s largest mall, …Read More »
Discovery and TLC apps updated for iPad, adds second screen experience to go along with your Mythbusters
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Tablets are the future. While they may not be the perfect tool to replace a desktop, at least not yet, there are some pretty remarkable things they can do. For example, …Read More »
Apple has officially announced that their yearly Worldwide Developers Conference will be held from June 10-14 at its usual venue – Moscone West convention center in San Francisco.
Unlike previous years, Apple did not put tickets on sale at the …Read More »
Someone recently asked me what I found most rewarding about reviewing apps and iOS games. In any given month, I review dozens of iOS titles, and I do it because it is lots of fun. One thing I like the …Read More »
In 2008, a deadly earthquake hit the southwestern province of China, Sichuan. Tens of thousands were killed and thousands went missing. This past weekend, the province was hit with another massive earthquake, killing 186 people and sending almost 8,200 to …Read More »
As modern people, we’re all just busy, busy, busy. Whether you’re a housewife or a CEO, you have some project you’re working on. From launching a new product to picking out the perfect decorations for a graduation party, there is …Read More »
What happens when you put together Apple and Volkswagen? Why, the iBeetle of course. The two companies have collaborated to build the iBeetle… but don’t be fooled, this is definitely not the fabled iCar that Steve Jobs wanted to build.…Read More »
Okay, this is a little weird. No, you know what, this is pretty bizarre. Durex, the condom company, has announced this thing they’re calling the “Fundawear.” And as you probably already know from reading the headline is vibrating underwear controlled …Read More »
Not too long ago, we reviewed Juniper’s Knot, a haunting and atmospheric visual novel app. With gorgeously rendered characters, an intriguing story, and an intuitive design, this visual novel definitely whet my appetite for more apps in this underappreciated genre. …Read More »
My parents and my grandparents have stacks of photo albums. They’re not really into scrapbooking, so they just write notes in ballpoint pen on the back of each photograph as a way of recording when the picture was taken, where, …Read More »
Different countries have different habits and etiquette when it comes to communicating. For example, it is common practice in some parts of Scandinavia to first text a person before calling them, to ensure that now is a good time to …Read More »
The animators over at San Francisco-based Aatma Studio have made a concept for an iPhone 5S commercial — yep, an iPhone that may or may not exist in the near future. In it, the studio has imagined that one of …Read More »
A Chinese website called 7659 is bypassing Apple’s App Store and allowing its users to install pirated apps for free, without the need for jailbreaking. How are they doing this? It’s actually kind of clever.
The website is using Apple’s …Read More »
Unless you live in a big city, you can probably look up in wonder at the night sky. There are few natural wonders as majestic, or as beautiful. But if you’re like me, you wish you knew more about what …Read More »