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29
Sep
Best Games 2014

5 Mind Blowing iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch games released in 2014

If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, chances are one of the primary uses for the device is gaming. Nobody can really blame you, though – the devices are perfectly suitable for the task, and the ever-increasing number of games make this segment a bit hard to ignore. Be that as it may, [More...]
17
Sep
No Trespassing

No Trespassing: How to Increase Security and Privacy on All of Your Devices

In a world that is increasingly device driven and internet-based, it is important more important than ever to protect yourself and your information. You’ve probably been warned about basic precautions to take, but you can always stand to be more protected. Odds are that your friends and contacts, information about your job and home, [More...]
22
Jul
5 iPhone problems

5 Most Common iPhone Problems (and How to Solve Them)

Everyone loves a smartphone, and the iPhone is the undeniable king of the market. For proof, you need only look at the advanced orders that pour in whenever Apple announces an iPhone upgrade, and the long lines of expectant fans/customers that wait impatiently outside their local shops for a chance to get their hands on [More...]
16
Jul
3 ways to make the most out of your photos

3 ways to make the most of your iPhone photos

Pictures are now part of our everyday lives. We are taking photos of everything at every opportunity – from family and friends through to food and flowers. Whether we own a DLSR, compact camera or a mobile phone, we are snapping away and sharing our creations with the rest of the world online. But is there [More...]
02
Jul
Six Non-Traditional Devices that Can Charge Your Smartphone

Take Charge: Six Non-Traditional Devices that Can Charge Your Smartphone

Ever since the smartphone became hugely popular, many inventors have been seeking to eliminate its Achilles’ heel: battery life. Numerous options exist for smartphone users who want to get their batteries charged on the go or in emergencies. The most obvious ones include power banks, which are basically just back up batteries for your smartphone [More...]
26
Jun
Words of Wonder

Words of Wonder – coming soon to iPad and Android tablets

Words of Wonder is a new game that combines word play with a unique story line. The colors in the Words of Wonder book have been stolen by an evil curse that left the world in grey. Your job is to bring back color to the land, and you do this by traveling around and spelling [More...]
10
Jun
Festival apps

5 app-tastic ways to get through the festival season

Whether you’re a seasoned festival-goer or a Glastonbury virgin, everyone needs a helping hand now and then – and never more so than when you find yourself stranded in the middle of a busy campsite in what feels like 3 feet of water. Come on, you know it’s inevitable. Have you forgotten where your tent is? [More...]
01
Apr

5 Universal iOS News apps

  Whenever you watch a show staged in the 60s you often see a scene where the family is sitting around the breakfast table, a full breakfast spread is laid out, and the Dad is sitting there reading the newspaper. That is no longer the case. Newspapers are a dying art form. Why wait entire day to [More...]
29
Mar

Apps Your Grandparents Will Get a Kick Out Of

  Grandparents often avoid the latest technology because they don’t think it applies to them. With these apps, though, you could show your grandparents that mobile technology offers something for everyone, regardless of age. [More...]
21
Mar

Top 7 Health and Fitness Android Apps of 2013

Here are some health and fitness apps for your Android phone. Some of the apps you may recognize, as they are from popular websites, and others will be new additions to your Android’s home screen.  The list is in no particular order and all of the apps will be available at some point during the [More...]