iPad mini 2 iOS 8.2 Review

The iPad mini 3 could feature a new 8MP camera.

Last Monday, Apple released a new iOS 8.2 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new update delivers the company’s new Apple Watch application and it also brings tons of enhancements and fixes for lingering iOS 8 problems. In the past week, we’ve spent some quality time with Apple’s new software and today we want to share our full iPad […]

How to Customize the Dock on Mac

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The dock in OS X is one of the best features of your Mac. Here’s how to customize it and get the most of it. The OS X dock is placed on the bottom of the screen and it includes a handful of Mac apps that you use most often (or at least it should). […]

iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8.2 Review

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The iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8.2 update arrived last week along with versions for other iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch. This is an essential iOS update for anyone interested in buying an Apple Watch because this update adds support with an Apple Watch app. That’s not all that is new in iOS 8.2, Apple includes many […]

iPad Air iOS 8.2 Review

Here are the best iPad Air deals in March 2015.

Last week, Apple released its new iOS 8.2 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update brings Apple’s new Apple Watch application and it also brings tons of enhancements and fixes for lingering iOS 8 problems. In the past week, we’ve spent some quality time with Apple’s new software and today we want to share our full iPad […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Lollipop Release Date Tips

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 Lollipop update continues to roll out to different variants in different regions around the world and it’s poised to hit more users here in the United States. With that in mind, we want to offer some useful Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop release date tips that will help those of you who are thinking […]

Why You Shouldn’t Download Cracked Minecraft

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If you’re on the fence about downloading what’s being billed as a cracked Minecraft that doesn’t require you to pay, don’t make the move. A new report indicates that people downloading cracked Minecraft could be comprising the security of their Windows PC. Malware Bytes Unpacked is reporting that what’s being advertised as cracked Minecraft isn’t […]

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy Note 4: 6 Most Important Differences

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy S6 Edge size comparison.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy Note 4 comparison is one that many shoppers will make this year as they try to decide which phone to buy. Samsung isn’t the only player in Android smartphones, but it is one of the most popular and for consumers upgrading from a previous Galaxy device the Galaxy S6, […]

10 Best iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks for iPad

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We’ve discussed a ton of iOS 8 Cydia tweaks in the recent past, but many of them focused on the iPhone, whereas the iPad was left out in most cases. However, here are the 10 best iOS 8 Cydia tweaks for your iPad. There are plenty of jailbreak tweaks that work flawlessly with both the […]

T-Mobile Will Pay Off Your iPhone Too

T-Mobile is ready for the iPhone 6 release date.

It seems that hidden within T-Mobile’s business related announcement yesterday was important news about how the company plans to aid AT&T, Sprint and Verizon customers to switching to its services in droves. The company now says it’ll pay off the remaining balance on smartphones like the iPhone and still pay off their Early Termination Fee […]

NCAA Bracket 2015 Tips, Expert Advice & Apps

Here are the best 2015 NCAA brackets to print, fill out online or use on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Amazon Fire or computer.

It’s time to fill out your NCAA bracket 2015 picks and you only have a few hours to do it. President Obama filled out his NCAA bracket picks and now you need to follow suit before the brackets close and you’re left without a great pick to win the 2015 National Championship. Here is a fast rundown […]

iPad Air 2 Review (2015)

The new iPad air 2 is thinner, lighter and available in gold.

The iPad Air 2 looks like the iPad Air, but it includes improvements and refinements that come together to deliver a vastly improved experience that is hard to completely understand until you make the switch. On paper it seems like such a small upgrade, but the thinner and lighter iPad also packs in a better display, Touch […]

5 Best AT&T Phones [March, 2015]

Learn how the LG G3 vs Galaxy S6 comparison shakes out based on rumors.

In just a few short weeks, AT&T will release the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. Those who can wait for those two phones should wait for those two phones. Those that need to but a new phone sometime in the last two weeks of March can check out the devices we think represent the […]

How to Use the Galaxy Note 4 as a Remote Control

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The powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is packed full of impressive features and sensors. From a fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor, UV sensor, and stylus, to even an Infrared blaster to act as a remote control. Just like the Galaxy S5 last year, and a few phones from LG, the Galaxy Note 4 can act […]

How to Fix Bad Nexus Android 5.1 Battery Life

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Google’s brand new Nexus Android 5.1 Lollipop update is here and it’s rolling out to select devices with feature enhancements and bug fixes for Lollipop problems. It also, according to Nexus users, brings some problems of its own including bad battery life. With that in mind, we want to take a look at how you […]

10 Samsung Galaxy S6 Release Date Tips

Surprise! You can remove the Galaxy S6 battery.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 release date still hasn’t been confirmed in the United States but with pre-orders set to begin on one carrier on April 1st and other countries starting to prep for its arrival, we should be close. With the Samsung Galaxy S6 release date in mind, we want to offer some tips to those that […]

DROID Turbo Android 5.1 Update Details Emerge

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The Motorola DROID Turbo was announced and released back in October, shortly after Google debuted the new Android 5.0 Lollipop update. And while that update is still slowly rolling out to many devices, including an array of smartphones from Motorola, the DROID Turbo is still on Android 4.4 KitKat. Android L was first announced as […]

iPhone 5 iOS 8.2 Review

Here's how to get better iOS 8 performance on iPhone 5.

Last week, Apple released its brand new iOS 8.2 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update brings Apple’s new Apple Watch application and it also brings tons of enhancements and fixes for lingering iOS 8 problems. In the past week, we’ve spent some quality time with Apple’s new software and today we want to share our full […]

Xbox Music Now Gives You Something Spotify Doesn’t

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As it promised it would, Microsoft just turned its Xbox Music service into another credible Spotify alternative. Moments ago the company turned on OneDrive integration for its music subscription service. The change means that anyone can upload their unprotected MP3s to Microsoft’s storage service and stream through a web browser or a compatible Xbox Music […]

Moto E 2 Review

The Moto E 2015 cameras are acceptable, but we really miss a flash.

The new Moto E 2 is a $150 Android smartphone that runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, offers fast 4G LTE connectivity and access to the apps and features that smartphone users need without a contract to drop the price to that level. With the Moto E 2015 release Motorola delivered key improvements over the original Moto E […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

A fingerprint reader is also likely part of the Galaxy note 4 specs.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is one of the fastest and most powerful smartphones available today, and as a result users will end up multi-tasking and opening a wide array of apps, or using the S-Pen stylus for tons of content consumption and creation. With 3GB of RAM and plenty of processing power you can run […]