50 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks for iPhone

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The iOS 8 jailbreak has been officially out and available for all iPhones and iPads that are capable of running iOS 8 for a while now. Here are 50 iOS 8 Cydia tweaks that you should consider installing. The TaiG dev team is responsible for the latest jailbreak and they’re a recent addition to the […]

How to Turn Off Sounds in the Facebook iPhone App

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A recent update to the Facebook iPhone app re-enables in-app sounds, so here’s how to turn them off if you find it annoying. In the Facebook app, whenever you navigate around to different menus or refresh the News Feed, there are little “pop” sounds that play, which can be a bit annoying for some users, […]

Why Watch Lovers Aren’t Lining Up for the Apple Watch

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The Apple Watch is set to release in April, and many users are already discussing which model and what color they’re going to buy, except for watch enthusiasts. The new smartwatch will arrive with three models to choose from: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition. Prices will start at $350. The Apple […]

How to Enable Dictation in OS X Yosemite

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Typing away on your Mac is second nature, but if you’d rather turn your speech into text instead, here’s how to enable dictation in OS X Yosemite. Just like on the iPhone, Mac users can talk into the microphone and have it translated into text, saving you from having to type out long-winded responses. It’s […]

Apple Watch Event: What to Expect

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Apple has officially sent out invites for an event that they’re hosting on March 9, which will presumably revolve around the Apple Watch. Here’s what to expect on that day. The event will focus around the “spring forward” phrase that came with the event invitations, which is probably a play on words with the spring […]

How to Change Wallpaper on Mac

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The default OS X wallpapers aren’t terrible, but if you want to change your desktop wallpaper to something more appealing and suited towards your own taste, here’s how to change the wallpaper on Mac. Apple includes a handful of default wallpapers with OS X, and some of them are really cool, but we understand if […]

Prong PWR iPhone 6 Case Comes with its Own Outlet Plug

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The Prong case for iPhone first debuted in 2013 for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, but now an iPhone 6 version is available, allowing users to easily charge up their iPhones without the need for a wall adapter and cable. Prong is leaning to IndieGoGo as its funding platform for what the company is […]

How to Fix a Frozen Mac App

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It’s more than frustrating when you’re working on something on your Mac and the app just freezes on you, but here’s how to fix the problem in order to restore order to chaos. OS X Yosemite isn’t perfect, and it’s still a rather new operating system. Most of the popular apps have been updated to […]

How to Change Default Browsers on Mac

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Safari on Mac is a great browser, but if you’re not a fan of it and would rather use a different web browser, here’s how to change the default browser on Mac. Even though third-party web browsers don’t perform well on Macs compared to Safari (especially Chrome), many users still prefer using Chrome, Firefox, or […]

New Pebble Time: Major Upgrade, Affordable Price

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There’s a new Pebble smartwatch in town, and for the first time, it comes with a color e-ink display. Called the Pebble Time, it’s the company’s third-generation smartwatch that succeeds the original Pebble, as well as the Pebble Steel. Some of the big features of the new watch include the color display, seven days of […]

iOS 8.3 Release to Deliver Big Siri Improvements

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Apple released its first beta to iOS 8.3 last week, which will come with the obvious bug fixes and performance improvements, but it will also come with some big Siri improvements. One big new feature that Siri will gain is an improved speaking voice in order to make her sound more natural. The video demonstrates […]

ExoLens iPhone 6 Lens Kit Review

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If you want to take your iPhone 6 photos to the next level, then perhaps you should consider the new ExoLens iPhone 6 lens kit, which just released and is the newest addition to the handful of lens kits currently on the market. iPhone photography is growing in popularity, and there are already a few options […]

Switching to Mac from Windows: What You Need to Know

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If you’ve been a loyal Windows user but are thinking about making the switch to a Mac, here are some things you should know. OS X (the operating system that runs on Macs) and Windows are fairly comparable. They’re both operating systems and they both have a desktop user interface with a toolbar and even […]

How to Watch the Oscars Live

The 85th Academy Awards® will air live on Oscar® Sunday, February 24, 2013.

The Oscars take place later tonight, and if you want to catch all of the action while on the go, here’s how you can stream the Oscars live on your iPhone or other device. The Oscars is one of the highest honors that an actor or actress can receive, and this year many great stars […]

Synology BeyondCloud Review: NAS for Beginners

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If you’ve ever wanted your own cloud storage service with the ability to access your files wherever you are at any time without a monthly fee, you may want to consider the new Synology BeyondCloud series. Network-Attached Storage (or simply referred to as NAS) is usually pretty complicated and takes an experienced user to set […]

How to Clean Your Mac Keyboard

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A dirty keyboard is never a good thing, so if you’re wanting to make it look like new again, here’s how to clean your Mac keyboard. Apple’s keyboard is one of the best-looking keyboards on the market, with it’s aluminum design and the bright white keys that contrast the aluminum color nicely. However, dirt and […]

Why You Should Wait for the 2015 MacBook Pro

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The last MacBook Pro refresh was earlier last year with a slight upgrade from the previous version, and now that 2015 is here, we look at what we could expect from the 2015 MacBook Pro, as well as why you should wait until it comes out if you’re in the market for a MacBook Pro. […]

How to Clean a Retina MacBook Pro

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If you use your MacBook Pro often and have had it for a couple of years now, it’s most likely filled with dust that needs to be removed. Here’s how to clean your Retina MacBook Pro. MacBooks have fans on the inside that are used to cool down the processor during intensive tasks. Any time […]

How to Type Faster on Your iPhone 6

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Typing on a small virtual keyboard isn’t actually the quickest or easiest way to type, but here’s how to can make the most of it and type faster on the iPhone 6. Ideally, having a full-size physical keyboard is the best setup for typing, but when you’re out on the go and only have your […]

Apple Watch Price Rumors for Gold Edition Heat Up

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If you’re thinking about buying the Apple Watch Edition, which is the 18-karat gold version of Apple’s new wearable, prepare to pay a pretty penny for it, as the gold on the Apple Watch Edition itself could cost around $900. The entry-level Apple Watch price will be set at $350, but the gold version will cost […]