In this iOS Tip I take a look at how to change the name of your iOS device without connecting it to a computer.
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In this Mac Tip I take a look at how to waste time at work by playing games in the Terminal.
Among iOS 5’s more subtle features is the ability to snap photos on the iPhone by using the volume up button on your Apple earbuds. This is a great new feature for avid photographers, as it helps you to keep the phone steady while taking photos.
In this Mac tip I take a look at how to waste time at work by playing games in the Terminal.
In this Mac Tip I take a look at how to present hidden files by using the Terminal application.
In this iOS Tip I have a look at how to be more creative with your photography using an iPhone by locking the exposure and focus.
In this iOS Tip I take a look at how to remove phone calls from your iPhone when you have something to hide!
Looking for an interesting new way to keep your shopping list up-to-date? Here’s an interesting way to create a shopping list using Siri and the iOS 5 Reminders app.
If you own an iOS device and use Google’s web services, you’re probably that it can be a pain to set up Google’s Gmail, Contacts and Calendar on your device. Here’s an easy way to do it in just one step.
If you have multiple e-mail accounts, and find the fact that iOS only supports one signature a bit frustrating, don’t worry! iOS 5 provides a simple (and somewhat sneaky) way to set up and use a second one.
Since converting my MacBook Pro into a full desk setup, I’ve noticed that boot modifier keys don’t seem to work with Bluetooth keyboards. Fortunately, there is a simple solution.
In this iOS Tip I take a look at how to print directions from the built in Maps app.
In this iOS Tip I take a look the basic photo editing tools now included with iOS 5.
In this Mac Tip I take a look at how to turn the Dock from the default 3D mode to 2D.
Apple has advertised their new iCloud service as doing a number of things, such as syncing contacts, calendars, and even iWork documents. iCloud has one unique feature that Apple hasn’t spoken up about, however: a Dropbox-like way to sync files across multiple Macs.
In this Mac Tip I take a look at how to preview files directly from a Spotlight search.