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Mac Tip: Emailing A Website or Webpage

Posted on 09/01/2012 by Mark Greentree


In this Mac Tip I take a look at the various ways to send a website to other people for new users to the Mac platform.


The Fifth Anniversary of the iPhone Launch: A Look Back

Posted on 09/01/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill


Five years ago today, the world saw the launch of a revolutionary device in the iPhone that would change nearly everything. It introduced apps, which created a whole new industry, multi-touch and a new style of phone that is today’s industry standard.


iOS Tip: Music Volume Limit

Posted on 08/01/2012 by Mark Greentree


In this iOS tip I take a look at how to limit the level of volume in iOS devices in order to prevent hearing damage.


Review: Crazy Hedgy – Roll Your Way Through This Excellent 3D Adventure

Posted on 08/01/2012 by John Manners


When I first started to play Crazy Hedgy, I had imagined that it would be a killer app. As far as the character goes, Hedgy is such an animated character, he can be a mascot of sorts. The game certainly has that kind of potential. Developed by Cybertime Games, Crazy Hedgy is a mix of Jump n Run, action, and adventure.


Review: P90x App by Beachbody

Posted on 08/01/2012 by Jim Gresham

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Ultimately, the P90x app is well worth the money if you want to track everything about the program electronically. However, with the struggling navigation and frustrating controls, it will take a little while longer to completely utilize the app. “I hate it, but I love it.”


Dijit Universal Remote for iPad Hits the App Store

Posted on 06/01/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Dijit’s universal remote app has finally arrived on iOS for both iPhone and iPad. The app combines a large-screen universal remote with social features to help you share what you’re watching.


CloudOn Office for iPad Returns to the App Store

Posted on 06/01/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Earlier this week we told you about an app called CloudOn – a free iPad app bringing cloud-based access to Microsoft Office. The app was pulled a day later due to overwhelming demand, but now CloudOn is back and open to new users.


In-App Marriage Proposal Leads to Real-Life Engagement

Posted on 06/01/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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In one of the most original marriage proposals I have ever heard of, an iPhone owner named Joe contacted a developer asking to have his wedding proposal incorporated into one of their games – and developer William Thurston gladly complied.


Apple Legally Powerless to Ban Steve Jobs Action Figure

Posted on 06/01/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Earlier this week we told you about an interesting ultra-realistic Steve Jobs action figure, which Apple is trying to ban from sales under threat of legal action. But according to Paid Content, Apple may be fighting a losing battle.


Digital Music Sales Surpass Physical Sales for the First Time Ever

Posted on 06/01/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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It was inevitable – the digital revolution was bound to catch up to the music industry sooner or later. And now it has. According to a new report from CNN, digital music sales have finally exceeded physical sales for the very first time.


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