How to Watch NHL Games Live

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The NHL season is starting back up and today is opening day, where many teams will be competing for the first time in the 2014-2015 season. Here’s how to watch all the action all season long. In order to watch NHL games, you don’t need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. Instead, you […]

Siri Hands-Free Interaction Still Dangerous While Driving

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Many states have banned cell phone activity while driving, and for good reason. Texting while driving is extremely dangerous, and even talking on the phone is distracting you from focusing on the road. However, a new study conducted by AAA provides even more details about using cell phones while driving. Let’s face it: we’ve all […]

iOS 8.1 Release: 5 Things Users Need to Know

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While iPhone and iPad users continue to struggle with a variety of iOS 8 problems, there is hope on the horizon. That hope is Apple’s brand new iOS 8.1 update, an update that it’s tucked away inside Apple’s beta program with a release date rumored for October. Here, ahead of Apple’s October event, we preview […]

iPad Air Sale Offers $100 Gift Card at Target

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Target is giving customers a $100 gift card if they purchase an iPad Air, effectively lowering the price down to as low as $399 for the flagship tablet. This is one of the best deals that we’ve seen frequently throughout the year, and while you’ll still have to pay the full $499 for the iPad […]

October Apple Event Confirmed: 5 Possible Announcements

The October Apple event is confirmed. Here are five things you can expect to see.

The October Apple event is confirmed with new media invites for the event where we expect to see the new iPad Air 2, learn the final OS X Yosemite release date and possibly see a new iMac Retina. The October Apple event invites show an Apple logo and the tagline It’s been way too long. […]

Does Your iPhone 6 Really Need a Screen Protector?

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We’ve shown you how to apply a screen protector on your iPhone 6, but perhaps a question you should ask yourself before you even buy a screen protector is whether or not you actually need one. The iPhone 6 comes with ion-strengthened Gorilla Glass, which is to say that it’s scratch-resistant and less prone to […]

Why the Galaxy Note 4 Beats the iPhone 6 Plus From Samsung

What the Galaxy Note 4 isn't is why it beats the iPhone 6 Plus according to Samsung.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ads explain everything the Galaxy Note 4 isn’t, and a little bit about what it is. This is an interesting take on showing off the most important Galaxy Note 4 features and a nice change from ads that simply call out Apple. Even though Samsung doesn’t mention Apple the message is clear, […]

Apple Pay Release Most Likely Arriving with iOS 8.1

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Apple unveiled its new digital wallet payment system (called Apple Pay) last month during its iPhone 6 event, but the platform has yet to release to the public. The company noted that we would see it at some point this month, and new details suggest that we’ll see it arrive with iOS 8.1. Developer Hamza […]

iOS 8.0.2 on iPad 3 Review

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This iOS 8.0.2 review on the iPad 3 looks at how the new software performs on this older iPad. Although not as old as the iPad 2, there are some issues with iOS 8 on the iPad 3 that users need to know before upgrading. After spending a week using the iPad 3 on iOS […]

iPad Air 2 Photos Leak Revealing Touch ID, Thinner Design

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The iPad Air 2 is rumored to be unveiled on October 16, which is the date that Apple is expected to host their annual iPad event. Ahead of the launch, several photos have leaked claiming to be images of the iPad Air 2. The photos come from Vietnamese website Tinhte.vn and show a clear view of […]

OS X Yosemite Release Date Getting Closer

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Apple’s long awaited OS X Yosemite release date is inching closer as the company has released its second Gold Master candidate to developers ahead of the OS X Yosemite release later this year. In June, Apple took to the stage at WWDC 2014 and announced a slew of new products including iOS 8 for iPhone […]

5 iPhone 6 Accessories That Can’t Arrive Fast Enough

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The iPhone 6 has been out for several weeks now, and while there are many buyers who still have yet to receive their units, there are millions of users who are already enjoying their iPhone 6 devices. There are plenty of accessories already available for the iPhone 6, including cases from OtterBox, Joby’s GripTight XL for […]

9 Exciting iPad Air 2 Details Leak

The iPad Air 2 cameras may be much better.

The iPad Air 2 release may be weeks away as rumors focus on a new Apple Event on October 16th where rumors point to a new iPad Air, iPad mini 3, Retina iMac, OS X Yosemite release and more. A new report outlines key iPad Air 2 details that buyers will certainly want to know […]

8 Common iOS 8 Problems & How to Fix Them

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Apple’s iOS 8.0.2 update was released to fix lingering iOS 8.0.1 problems and iOS 8 problems. However, in the days since its release, we’ve heard numerous iPhone and iPad users complain about a slew of iOS 8.0.2 issues and here, we take a look at some of the most common iOS 8 problems and possible […]

How to Remove Bubbles from Your iPhone 6 Screen Protector

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If you’re worried about scratching up your new iPhone 6′s display, then getting a screen protector is a great way to prevent that, but while you can easily apply a screen protector to your iPhone 6, getting those wretched bubbles out is another story. Screen protectors come in all different styles, but most of them […]

iOS 8.1 Release Date Inches Closer

After a week, here's our iOS 8.0.2 iPhone 5s review.

The iOS 8.1 release date has inched closer today which means that we’re now one step closer to an update that could solve several iOS 8 problems and iOS 8.0.2 problems. Last month, Apple rolled out its brand new iOS 8 update, an update that delivered a number of brand new features to iPhone and […]

How to Turn Off Parallax Effect in iOS 8

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iOS 8 was released last month with a wealth of new features, but one feature that remains unchanged from iOS 7 is the infamous parallax effect. The parallax effect was first introduced in iOS 7 and was a new feature that also makes its way to iOS 8. Essentially, it gives your iPhone or iPad’s […]

How to Use Cycloramic with the iPhone 6

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Panorama photos are a great way to get a sense of the shear size of the landscape or environment that you’re looking at, even if you can’t be there live. While Apple has its own panorama feature in the iOS Camera app, there’s only been one app that takes panoramic photos hands-free. The app is […]

MacBook Air Retina Release: 5 Reasons to Wait

The MacBook Air Retina is reportedly thinner and more portable.

It’s very possible that the MacBook Air Retina release date is just weeks away as we approach an event where Apple will undoubtedly announce the OS X Yosemite release date and other hardware for the holiday push. Shoppers continue to wait for a MacBook Air release dat to deliver a new MacBook Air with a […]

How to Recover Deleted Photos in iOS 8

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If you accidentally deleted some photos off of your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8, it’s now easier than ever to recover them, and frankly, iOS 8 marks the first time that iOS users can actually recover deleted photos without restoring from a backup. iOS 8 launched to the public last month with a handful […]