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Here’s why you must back up your iPhone and iPad before upgrading to iOS 10.3

CNET/CBS Interactive Apple is expected to release the iOS 10.3 update before the month is out, and it’s vital that you have an effective backup mechanism in place for your iPhone before you upgrade. Here’s why. Must read: Learn to become a Google Chrome power user iOS 10.3 sounds like a minor update, but it actually contains a pretty big ... Read More »

Activate your iPhone’s hidden magnifying glass feature

It’s amazing just how useful many of the hidden accessibility features built into the iPhone are. I’ve already talked about how amazingly useful the hidden shortcut menu is, but here’s another one I’ve been using lately — the Magnifier app. Must read: Learn to become a Google Chrome power user The Magnifier app works a bit like the Camera app, ... Read More »

Best iPhone or iPad apps (March 2017)

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IFROGZ Impulse Wireless headphones are worth every penny

Bluetooth headphones aren’t a new accessory category created by Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. What was created, however, was a market for inexpensive wireless headphones that don’t cost hundreds of dollars. Even Apple’s own offerings, both through its Beats brand and under the Apple name, are over $150. While I still think the Apple ... Read More »

Android Wear 2.0, LG Watch Style, and Watch Sport available Feb. 10

LG Watch Sport is one of two new Android Wear watches launching alongside Android Wear 2.0. Google Nearly a year ago, we saw our first glimpse of Android Wear 2.0, Google’s smartwatch operating platform. It’s now finally becoming a reality. Android Wear: What you need to know What is Android Wear? Here’s what you need to know about Google’s plan ... Read More »

Best iPhone or iPad apps (February 2017)

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IBM and United Airlines collaborate on enterprise iOS apps

United Airlines is turning to IBM for a suite of iOS apps to help its employees deliver more efficient customer service. The deal, part of IBM and Apple’s global partnership, will include both market ready and custom iOS apps for United employees. The airline has so far deployed more than 50,000 Apple devices to its workforce. The apps will be ... Read More »

Hands-on with Pixie Points: A fun, interactive accessory that uses AR to find lost items

I lose my keys and my wallet at least once a day. No matter how hard I try to consistently put them in the same place, things happen, I get sidetracked and before I know it my wallet has disappeared. After finding my wallet, it’s time to find my keys. This process wastes a good 10 minutes of my day, ... Read More »

The evolution of iPhone through the years

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It’s time to stop dreaming: iOS and Android have won the mobile war

I’ve seen a lot of mobile platforms come and go, and it’s now pretty clear that nothing can touch the duopoly created by iOS and Android. Must read: iPhone: What will the next 10 years bring? Cyanogen’s recent hasty exit from the market, along with the failure of Microsoft to make any headway in the arena despite throwing billions of ... Read More »

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