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  • What to do when an AppleTV update goes bad

    Recently, Apple released an update to the Apple TV bringing that OS to version 6.0. Included in the update was iTunes Radio, the ability to play purchased music, new AirPlay features, and more. The sign that something has gone wrong Updating the Apple TV is usually pretty easy, but what if something goes wrong? It […]

  • How to send your Android device’s photos to Apple iPhoto with Dropbox

    A friend of mine recently got his first smartphone, and it happens to be an Android phone. He asked me how he could get his photos and video off of the phone and into iPhoto on his Mac. I had no idea, so I told him to try to connect the phone to the Mac […]

  • Who needs newspapers? Just use Flipboard

    In case you don’t know, Flipboard is a newsreader app. I’ve had it on my iPhone for some time now, loving the way that it pools together stories from a range of well-known media outlets and presents them to me using a “flip” interface that’s both intuitive and satisfying to use. When you first run […]

  • 5 do’s and don’ts for traveling with technology on vacation

    If you frequent this site, you probably are a tech fan and travels with gadgets on vacation. Here are some suggestions you may or may not already be doing that will make the tech portion of your trip a success. 1. Chargers It should go without say that you should bring every charger you need […]

  • 10 great iOS apps to grow and manage a business

    As apps become more prevalent and more powerful, businesses are relying on these savvy tools to help their businesses grow and run more smoothly. Slideshark This free app handily shows Powerpoint presentations and it displays your notes when you run your slideshow. It’s also a breeze to get your presentations into SlideShark; you can upload […]

  • Google and Dish Network: A potential new era in wireless

    Google and Dish Network have been in the news a lot lately, and for good reason: it seems as though Google is very interested in becoming a wireless carrier, potentially partnering with Dish and its wireless spectrum that was purchased back in 2008. This matters. And I think it matters a lot. Let’s talk hypothetically: imagine […]

  • Holiday Gift Guide 2012: iOS Edition

    Some  of the most popular gifts this holiday season will be the iPad, iPad mini, iPod Touch, and the iPhone 5. What if you want to get a cool accessory to go with that iOS device you are giving? Or what if you are giving a gift to someone who already has one of these […]