Sunday, October 19, 2014

  • Best iPhone RPGs

    For those that keep losing their twenty-sided die and are tired of hauling around sourcebooks, we've put together our favorite role-playing games for iPhone. You'll find plenty of action , strategy , puzzle , and gamebook elements throughout these RPGs, but the core fun of slaying bad guys,…

  • Best Tweaks of the Week – [October 14 - October 19]

    It's that time of the week again for the best tweaks of the week! Now, this week we don't have as many as we usually do because it seems like it was a pretty quiet week in Cydia. So today, we'll be going over 3 tweaks, ColorfulKBD Pro, EQUALarm, and QuickMusic. Let's check 'em out! …

  • How to use Private Mode while browsing in Safari on OS X Yosemite

    OS X Yosemite ships with Safari 8, Apple's updated browser, that adds a whole new tab view, a new design, a faster rendering and JavaScript engine, and an improved Private Browsing mode. Continue reading →

  • How to add and use Today widgets in Notification Center in OS X Yosemite

    Just like iOS 8, OS X Yosemite also supports Today widgets, where you can quickly scan through information from various apps at one place. The Notification Center now features two sections at the top: Today and Notifications. The Notifications section has all your notifications, while the Today…

  • How to Set Up and Use Handoff in OS X Yosemite and iOS 8

    Handoff is a new feature in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that lets you seamlessly switch back and forth from iOS and Mac without losing your progress in a document you're working on. In Apple's words, the feature "lets you pick up right where you left off." Continue reading →

  • How to use the new Spotlight Search in OS X Yosemite

    Spotlight in OS X Yosemite comes with an all-new design, that covers up the middle rather than the corner of the screen. It also adds a number of new capabilities like unit conversion, place suggestions and more. Continue reading →

  • How to use Mail Drop to send large attachments up to 5GB in size with OS X Yosemite

    The OS X Yosemite Mail app has a new feature called Mail Drop that lets you attach files as large as 5GB in size. Here's how to use it. Continue reading →

  • How to use Markup in Mail in OS X Yosemite to edit and annotate image attachments

    The Mail app in OS X Yosemite now lets you edit image attachments right within the app with Markup, a new image editing tool. Here's how to use it. Continue reading →

  • Top 11 hidden features in OS X Yosemite

    OS X Yosemite was publicly released last week after a series of developer previews and public betas. The update comes with an all-new design, in line with the changes Apple introduces in iOS 7. Continue reading →

  • RAM in the New Mac mini is Soldered and not User Replaceable

    We've some more disappointing news if you're planning to get the new Mac mini. Users were disappointed that the new Mac mini that Apple stopped offering a build-to-order quad-core processor upgrade and dual-drive storage options that exceed 1TB.  Continue reading →

  • iCloud Photos web client opens just before iOS 8.1 launch

    With Monday's scheduled release of Apple's iOS 8.1 update, the first major upgrade for the latest version of the iPhone/iPad operating system, to include a new iCloud Photos service, it appears the web version has rolled out a few days early for those with beta access. Registered developers…

  • Fitbit is gearing up to launch the Surge, its new 'fitness superwatch'

    Fitbit is apparently gearing up to introduce another flagship fitness tracker. Fitbit is gearing up to launch the Surge, its new 'fitness superwatch' is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Best Tweaks of the Week – [October 14 - October 19]

    It's that time of the week again for the best tweaks of the week! Now, this week we don't have as many as we usually do because it seems like it was a pretty quiet week in Cydia. So today, we'll be going over 3 tweaks, ColorfulKBD Pro, EQUALarm, and QuickMusic. Let's check 'em out! …

  • So Long #Gamergate. What Did You Teach Us?

     The hashtag is still going, as are the fervent speculations and plans for operations on 8chan and Reddit, but the movement that is #Gamergate is dead. But what, if anything, did it teach us? Read More

  • Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

    Welcome to another week of apps. We had some big additions to our smartphones from Skype and Microsoft recently, but iOS, Android, and Windows Phone once again has some new additions worth taking a look. Read more...