Android’s Best Lock Screen App Comes From Microsoft

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One of the unique things about Android is that users can simply pick it apart and replace important features with apps made by companies other than Google. In its effort to encourage employee tinkering Microsoft may have just stumbled into what could be the best Android lock screen app available. To be clear, Microsoft isn’t actively working […]

Apple Pay Problems Plague iPhone 6 Users

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Apple Pay officially launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1. However, initial use of the new payment platform has hit a few roadblocks so far. Some users are getting double-charged when using Apple Pay at stores, with one user claiming he was charged twice while shopping at Whole Foods using his Bank […]

Apple Pay on iPhone 5s: Not Without an Apple Watch

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Apple Pay was launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1. While the latest update is compatible on the iPhone 5s, it turns out that Apple Pay is not. Instead, you’ll have to have an Apple Watch to get Apple Pay to work on older iPhones. Apple Pay is the company’s own digital […]

Is Apple Pay Safe and Secure?

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Apple Pay was launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1, allowing users to buy goods with their iPhones at a number of stores, but where exactly can iPhone users take advantage of Apple’s new digital payment platform? Apple Pay is essentially the company’s own digital wallet service to take on the growing […]

Where iPhone Users Can Use Apple Pay

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Apple Pay was launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1, allowing users to buy goods with their iPhones at a number of stores, but where exactly can iPhone users take advantage of Apple’s new digital payment platform? Apple Pay is essentially the company’s own digital wallet service to take on the growing […]

How to Send & Receive SMS Text Messages in OS X Yosemite

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OS X Yosemite comes with a really cool new feature that lets you send and receive SMS text message on your Mac. Here’s how to set it up. Previously, you were only able to send and receive iMessages on your Mac, while SMS text messages had to be handled on your iPhone. However, you can now […]

Giants vs Royals World Series Game 2 Live Stream Details

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The 2014 World Series is here, and it’s the Giants vs Royals this time around. Here’s how you can keep up with all of the action and live stream all the games. The San Francisco Giants won the World Series in 2012 and 2010, and they look to continue the every-other-year pattern with a victory […]

How to Set Up Apple Pay

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iOS 8.1 was released today, and with it comes the launch of Apple Pay, which is the company’s own digital payment platform for iOS users. Here’s how to set it up. Apple Pay allows you to store your credit card information on your iPhone and use it to buy stuff at any store that supports […]

Gmail 5.0 Brings Support for Outlook, Yahoo and More

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Google has been busy updating many of its popular Android apps to support the new Android 5.0 Lollipop update, and its accompanying material design styling, but one that’s yet to be updated is Gmail. Today though the brand new Gmail 5.0 has leaked on video showing off the new design and some much-requested features. Gmail […]

How to Use Logitech Keyboards & Mice with OS X Yosemite

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OS X Yosemite was just recently released, and tons of Mac users are flocking to the Mac App Store to download the latest version, especially since it’s free. However, as with any new piece of software, it’s not compatible with everything yet. For example, Logitech’s software for its keyboards and mice don’t yet have full […]

How to Set Up Handoff in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite

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Apple first announced iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite earlier over the summer in June during the company’s annual WWDC developers conference, and a new feature called Handoff allows users to seamlessly integrate a Mac and an iPhone or iPad in order to start work on one device and finish it on another. Here’s how […]

Apple Pay Support List Continues to Grow

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Apple announced yesterday that it would be officially launching Apple Pay on Monday, October 20, and while the initial list of retailers was quite small when the company initially announced Apple Pay last month at the iPhone 6 event, the list has gotten longer ahead of the payment platform’s launch. Apple announced that a ton […]

Giants vs Cardinals Live Stream: NLCS Game 5 Details

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The Giants vs Cardinals live stream offers an easy way to watch the 2014 MLB playoffs on your iPhone, iPad, Android or computer using services that are free with many cable and satellite subscriptions. This guide will show you how to watch the Giants vs Cardinals NLCS live stream of game 5 from pretty much […]

Pixelmator is Apple’s iPad Air 2 Showcase

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During its iPad keynote earlier today, Apple needed an app to showcase just how powerful the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 were. To that end the company who gave watches of its live stream a first look at Pixelmator, a picture editing application made by a team in Lithuania. During the iPad Air […]

Free Apple iWork Update Available Today

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Apple’s popular and increasing more impressive iWork productivity suite received its last major update back in April, but today along with the release of its next-generation Mac operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, they’ve confirmed a new and improved free update to iWork is available starting today. Apple, Microsoft, and Google each have competing apps […]

Camera Roll Coming Back to iOS 8

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One giant feature that users loved about iOS was the Camera Roll inside of the Photos app, but iOS 8 got rid of it in favor of a new organizational system. However, Apple has announced that the Camera Roll is coming back to iOS with the iOS 8.1 update. Apple announced some of the new […]

Apple Pay Release Date Confirmed by Apple

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While rumors have been wildly flying around about a possible release date for Apple Pay, the company announced today that it will be officially launching its digital payment platform on Monday, October 20. Apple unveiled Apple Pay last month during its iPhone 6 event, but the platform has yet to release to the public. However, […]

Official Reddit iOS App Arrives with Free Pro Upgrade

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If you visit Reddit frequently and are an iOS user, then you most likely have heard of Alien Blue, which is the most popular unofficial Reddit app for iPhone and iPad. However, the app is now under Reddit’s official control, meaning that iOS users now have an official Reddit app to rely on. The company […]

HBO Web-Only Subscription Arriving Next Year

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HBO users have been begging for it for years now, but the premium cable network is finally giving in and will offer users web-only subscriptions starting at some point next year. This means that viewers can pay for HBO and watch all of its great shows without having to pay for cable. Currently, the only […]

How to View the Desktop Version of a Website in iOS 8 Safari

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Mobile versions of website are really convenient to view on your iPhone or iPad, but navigation can be quite limited due to the simplification of the user interface. However, in Safari on iOS 8, users can now choose to view the desktop version of a website if they want to, especially if the user interface […]