If you use Firefox as you primary browser and own a Retina display Mac, you’ve no doubt been having problems due to the resolution incompatibility. However, from today, that should no longer be a problem.
I ran into Atlas President and Co-Founder Michel Bayan while at CES 2013 today, and he was kind enough to show my an intriguing time management platform his company is working on.
What a year it’s been for the App Store. The figures released today by Apple are quite astonishing. Over 40 billion apps have now been downloaded, and 20 billion of those were in 2012.
So you want to travel the world, see the sights, and learn about the places on rock we call home… Earth 101 for iPhone and iPad let your explore some of the worlds greatest monuments and structures from the palm of your hand.
Yup, it’s that time again, the new year is upon us, and just like every other new year, you’ve made the resolution to take better care of yourself. You’re going to workout, eat right, and finally lose that spare tire…
Want to share the slideshow you’ve created in iPhoto with others? Here’s the easy way to export your slideshow so it can be viewed online, on a DVD, or from a removable drive.
CNET reviewer Rick Broida thinks podcasts are awesome. But Apple’s iOS app of the same name? Not so much…
The Angry Birds just keep soaring! Out of the 17.4 million iOS and Android activations on Christmas Day, it seems almost half of those users almost immediately downloaded an Angry Birds game!
I live in Phoenix, AZ. Some see that as miles of endless desert, but anyone who lives here, knows there is also endless beauty in the area. But how do I find the best spots to take photos? Where can I find the most intriguing landmarks and natural beauty? Enter Pashadelic.
According to a new rumor, Apple may be seeking to improve its beleaguered iOS Maps app by acquiring popular crowd-sourced traffic and navigation service Waze.
The celebration over the closure of the popular Installous a few days ago has been cut short, as several new services are appearing to fill the gap left in its demise. The new services are offering easy installation of pirated apps, and they even work on devices that have NOT been jailbroken!
The iPad has truly changed the way we work in business settings. Legal pads and pens are out, and iPads and bluetooth keyboards are the new wave of productivity… Beesy is a complex, multi-functional productivity app for the iPad, that is looking to change how we do work.
Picnics are wonderful, at least until THEY show up! You know who I’m talking about, the ants! UGH! You’ve brought enough food for you and your friends, but the ants are hungry too. How do you protect your food? Why, tap-tap on the ants of course!
Consumer research firm Nielsen haas combed through their mobile app data for the year, and have put together a list of the top 10 iOS apps of 2012. The apps were selected based on the largest number of unique users, and most of the results are pretty unsurprising.
Earlier this year, we wrote about a new virtualization app called BlueStacks, which allows users to run Android apps on a Mac. The initial alpha released in June only featured support for 17 apps – but as VentureBeat notes, the app has now entered beta, and includes support for every current app on the Google Play store.
Normally, leaks and rumors come from online or China, however this one is different. An upcoming book title on the Canadian Amazon, ‘Aperture X: A Workflow Guide For Digital Photographers’, suggests that Apple will be releasing a new version of its pro photography software soon.