Cult of Mac Dropbox update for iOS adds swipe gestures, multi-file sharing Engadget Dropbox's latest update for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch solves some of the minor niggles we've had with its iOS version.
One of the features I’ve been most looking forward to in OS X Mavericks is the ability to send directions from my Mac to my iPhone, to be able to take my directions on the go, even when I’m searching on my Mac.
Summer school with iOS Macworld Kids forget what they've learned in the previous nine months and in order for them to not be completely mind-numbed from June to early September, you may want to do a few things to exercise their little gray...
It’s been a stagnant year so far for new Apple product announcements, and Foxconn, Apple’s biggest manufacturing partner, is starting to feel the pitch: sales are down 12.6 this year, against a target of 15% growth.
Apple Insider Apple Abroad: What if the World Doesn't Want iPhones? Businessweek The same iPhones that fly off American shelves are losing ground in key markets abroad—an example, in case one was needed, that what works in the U.S.
Apple has brought its iOS Maps to OS X Mavericks, adding enhanced error reporting tools to leverage crowdsourcing in order to improve its mapping service, search results, location information and directions.
I asked Siri something yesterday, and s/he – as usual – misheard me. Whatever I actually asked, Siri thought I said “Election Tacos,” and as that didn’t really fit in with Siri’s abilities, he did a web search.
Amazon.com: Tech Armor Apple iPad Mini Premium HD Clear Screen Protector with Lifetime Replacement Warranty [3-Pack] - Retail Packaging: Computers & Accessories (#9: Tech Armor Apple iPad Mini Premium HD Clear Screen Protector with Lifetime...
Network Toolbox (for iOS) PC Magazine There is a really cool app that turns your iPad (or other iOS device) into a network toolbox, and that app is named, appropriately enough, Network Toolbox for iOS.
Christian Science Monitor iOS 7 Beta 2: Siri has a brother Christian Science Monitor In the meantime, Apple has already circulated one beta version for developers, and yesterday, it introduced iOS 7 Beta 2, which incudes support for the iPhone,...
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