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 […]

How to Record Slow Motion Videos on the Moto X 2014

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As many have already concluded ever since Motorola announced it, the Moto X 2014 is an attempt by appeal to high-end smartphone buyers by giving them the features they already know and love. One of the features that have been catching on lately is slow-motion video. The Moto X 2014 has a pretty fast Snapdragon […]

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 […]

How to Downgrade from OS X Yosemite to OS X Mavericks

Learn how to downgrade from OS X Yosemite to OS X Mavericks.

“Can I downgrade from OS X Yosemite to OS X Mavericks?” is a common question after updating to the new version of software for your Mac. We’ll show you two ways to downgrade to Mavericks on your Mac. Keep in mind that any changes you made will not be there when you downgrade from OS […]

How to Update to iOS 8.1 Without Any Problems

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iOS 8.1 is out in full force today as Apple released the update for all devices capable of running iOS 8. Here is how to update to iOS 8.1 without any problems, or at least minimize any problems from occurring. With this new update also comes the launch of Apple Pay, which is the company’s […]

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 […]

How to Turn Off Twist to Camera on the Moto X 2014

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The days of carrying around a smartphone with a mediocre camera that doesn’t offer flash are almost behind us. Smartphones like the Moto X 2014 are meant to be point-and-shoot camera replacements. As such, they feature everything that a person who is into taking photos and recording memories might need. The Moto X 2014 has […]

How to Make Phone Calls with Hangouts Dialer on a Nexus 7

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Recent updates to the Google Hangouts app and a newly introduced Google Hangouts Dialer app makes it possible to turn an Android tablet like the Google Nexus 7 into a phone. This works over Wi-Fi or on LTE versions of the tablet. Using Google Hangouts and the new Hangouts Dialer app on a Nexus 7 could potentially save […]

How to Auto Play Music on the Moto X 2014 With Moto Assist

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A lot of smartphones offer large screens and faster processors. Motorola’s Moto X 2014 offers those things, but with the device users are also getting an experience that’s tailored to their lives. Take Moto Assist for example. Motorola doesn’t add much software on top of the Google Android KitKat experience. One thing Motorola does do […]

How to Install Android 5.0 Lollipop Right Now

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This guide will show you how to install the brand new Android 5.0 Lollipop update so that you can try out Google’s latest version of Android early on your Nexus 5 or 2013 WiFi Nexus 7. Google released an early developer preview of what was then called the Android L release back in June when they […]

How to Setup iCloud Drive on iOS 8 & OS X Yosemite

Learn how to set up iCloud Drive and use it on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Windows.

Apple’s iCloud Drive is a new online storage option that works across iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. This iCloud Drive setup guide will show you how to turn on iCloud Drive, set it up and how to use the service. With iCloud Drive on your iPhone, iPad and Mac you can make sure that […]

How to Perform a Clean Install of OS X Yosemite

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OS X Yosemite is officially out and ready for the public. It’s the latest OS X version from Apple and it comes with a heap of new features, including an all new look and Handoff (which lets you go back and forth on your iPhone or iPad with certain tasks). OS X Yosemite is available […]

How to Watch the Apple Event Live on iPhone, Windows & Mac

Watch the Apple Event live on the iPhone, iPad or Mac.

You can watch the October Apple Event live on Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad to see Apple announce new products that we expect will include the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.1 as well as a Retina iMac. We’ll show you how to watch the Apple event live from […]

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 […]

How to Customize Notification Center in iOS 8

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One of the big new features in iOS 8 is the improved Notification Center. The design remains largely unchanged from iOS 7, but it includes more options for customizability. However, one big difference is the change in tabs at the top. iOS 7 used to have three tabs, which consist of “Today,” “All” and “Missed.” In […]

How to Stop iOS 8 Apps from Refreshing in the Background

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If you updated to iOS 8 and are experiencing decreased battery life or your monthly data allotment is going down the drain, it might be because iOS 8 automatically refreshes apps that are running in the background, even if they aren’t being actively used. At first, you may think that when you exit an app […]

How to Sell Your iPad Air

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If you’re preparing to buy the new iPad Air 2 and are looking to get rid of your iPad Air, here are a few ways to sell it for as much money as possible. We have a few tips that you may find handy once you decide to walk out into the deep, dark world […]

How to Sell Your iPhone on Craigslist the Right Way

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While there are plenty of places online to sell your old iPhone, nothing quite compares to the local marketplace like Craigslist. Here’s how to sell your iPhone on Craigslist the right way. Craigslist is pretty easy to use: Create a listing, find a buyer, meet up somewhere, get paid in cash, and be on your […]

How to Make Your iPhone 6 Display Less Blinding at Night

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The iPhone 6 comes with a larger display than the iPhone 5s, going from a 4-inch screen to a 4.7-inch display or even a massive 5.5-inch display with the iPhone 6 Plus. With that comes more light that’s produced from the screens, and as a result, the iPhone 6’s screen can be a bit bright […]