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How to Reclaim Lost Disk Space by Deleting Old iOS Device Backups

Posted on 24/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Have a small hard drive? Running out of space? Your iPhone, iPod, and iPad backups may be partially to blame. TiPb shares a tip on how to reclaim that lost space. If you have multiple iDevices, and consider that each one can hold anywhere from 8 to 64 gigs of space, it’s easy to see how it can all add up. Here’s how to clean them up!

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How to Use a Raspberry Pi To Make A Cheap AirPlay Speaker

Posted on 24/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Raspberry Pi is such a versatile device, and as such it can quite often save you money if you have the technical know how. Jordan Burgess has used it to make a normal speaker into an AirPlay one, and while the audio quality might not be the best, it works perfectly and means you don’t have to buy an Airport Express or Apple TV.

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Apple Airs Incredible New iPhone Ad: ‘Music Every Day’

Posted on 24/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Following last month’s impressive “Photos Every Day” iPhone add, Apple has now begun airing a second at in the same series – only this time, the focus is on music. The new ad is titled “Music Every Day,” and highlights one of the iPhone’s primary features – and arguably, one of it’s most successful marks compared to the competition: Music.

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AT&T GoPhone Prepaid Service Gains iPhone and LTE Support

Posted on 24/05/2013 by Chris Hauk

AT&T’s GoPhone prepaid wireless service will be undergoing an expansion of its services starting this weekend, as it will begin offering support for AT&T’s LTE and HSPA+ data networks, and will also be adding support for the iPhone.

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Judge Says U.S. DOJ Will Likely Prove Apple Guilty in E-Book Price Fixing Case

Posted on 24/05/2013 by Chris Hauk

Judge Denise Cote says the U.S Department of Justice could likely be able to prove that Apple did collude with major book publishers to inflate the prices of e-books sold in the iBookstore. The remark came in a rare pre-trial “tentative view.” Apple, to no one’s surprise disagreed with the judges statement.

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MacTrast is Welcomed to the Flipboard Big Leagues

Posted on 24/05/2013 by Jim Gresham

For little over one year now, MacTrast conversed intermittently with the friendly folks in Italy on the MacTrast-Flipboard relationship. Sure, we are not as big as The New York Times or the Associated Press, but we think very highly of ourselves, with a steady stream of international Apple enthusiast fans visiting the site on a daily basis. Now, we are in the big leagues.

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Review: You Doodle for iOS – Inspire the Artist Inside!

Posted on 24/05/2013 by Jim Gresham

Ever since the days of MS Paint, you know, the old Windows 95 guilty pleasure, we as a simple and easily humored people have loved drawing doodles on things, of things, around things. This childish and rudimentary eagerness is now transformed to both iPhone and iPad with You Doodle. The devs at Digital Ruby have reignited the desire to bedazzle everything, but require IAP to really drive the fun.

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Review: Visual Watermark – A Quick and Easy Watermarking App for Mac

Posted on 23/05/2013 by C. Marie Johnson

Photography has become a huge part of people’s everyday lives with the introduction of the digital camera, smart phones and tablets everyone is a photographer. There are plenty of apps on the market to post and share photos, which leads to reproduction of those uploaded images, how do you ensure you get credit where credit is due? Meet Visual Watermark.

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