How to Share Your iCloud Calendar from iPhone

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If you use iCloud, as well as the Calendar app on your iPhone, there’s a way that you can share your calendar with other iOS users, like your friends and family or even fellow members of a local club that you belong to. Apple allows you to sync your iOS calendar across your Apple devices […]

Looks Like There is an iOS Daylight Saving Time Bug in Calendar

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Apple can sure sell hardware, but it seems to be challenged when it comes to keeping time. It looks like once again there is an iOS Daylight Saving Time bug, albeit a lesser one. As we posted yesterday, when Europe, the Middle East, and other regions switched from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time last […]

Tempo Aims To Make The iPhone Calendar Experience Better

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New iPhone app Tempo aims to help users with busy calendars by incorporating all the information they might need for every meeting and event. Instead of just showing users their agenda Tempo uses its own algorithms to pull every bit of data users will need for each event. For example, Tempo can find the location […]

Fantastical for iPhone Review: A Fantastic iPhone Calendar App

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The great Mac app Fantastical comes to iPhone for just $1.99 bringing with it the quick natural language event addition that made the Mac app so popular and useful. The iPhone app looks great and shows all the important details one needs in a calendar replacement. The app syncs with the iPhone’s built-in calendar, which […]

How to Delete an Event on the iPhone Calendar

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The iPhone makes it pretty easy to add a new event to your calendar. Once added, the event will be synced to iCloud, Gmail or whichever calendar you have hooked your iPhone up to. You can edit your calendar and events on your computer or on your iPhone. If you need to delete an event or calendar entry on […]

How to Sync Email, Contacts and Calendar with iCloud

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The new iCloud replaces MobileMe, Apple’s previous tool for syncing personal information data like email, contacts and calendars. While I would recommend using something more feature-rich like Google Apps, which has all three and adds Google Docs and much more, you still might want to use the new iCloud feature to have a second copy […]

RIM Preparing for Major BlackBerry PlayBook OS Update?

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Leaked images of a BlackBerry PlayBook running the BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.0 are now beginning to emerge from Sun Yat-sen University. The update to version 2.0 brings with it many long-awaited features to RIM’s debut tablet, which launched without many apps and the most important omission is a suite of PIM apps, which the tablet-maker had […]

iCloud’s Web Interface Now in Beta, Storage Pricing Detailed

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With the flood of iPhone 5 rumors we get clobbered with every week, it’s refreshing to get some solid news about another exciting Apple launch that is approaching. Developers (and non-devs who have registered for an iCloud account) can now access Apple’s web portal for the upcoming iCloud (as reported by 9to5Mac) at iCloud.com. Any fears that […]

Apple’s New iCloud Service Will be Almost Free

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Apple announced their new iCloud service at WWDC 2011 confirming the rumors that have swirled for months that a cloud storage and syncing feature will become a free part of Apple’s device ecosystem. iCloud is free unless you want access to a new part of the music portion of the cloud version of iTunes. The […]

How My iPad Made Me Hate Paper and Helped Me Save Over $15,000

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I hate paper! It is everywhere but thanks in part to my iPad I don’t want to use it anywhere, except maybe the bathroom and dining room. So I’m gonna show you a few ways that my iPad has made me hate paper while saving literally thousands of dollars. Speaker Notes As a preacher I […]

RIM Makes Push Into Social Calendaring with Tungle Acquisition

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Research in Motion, makers of the BlackBerry smartphone, has announced that it has acquired Tungle, which integrates with existing social networks and cloud-based calendaring systems to share their appointments, events, and calendar regardless of platform. In its blog, RIM says, “The Tungle team is bringing their expertise in cloud-based, cross-platform, calendar management to the BlackBerry […]