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iMobie PhoneRescue Software Review

July 28, 2014 | 1

The magical process of conjuring deleted data from the abyss is a sort of Holy Grail for many. We’ve all been there – you do a bit of housework, clearing out unused contacts on your phone, and the very next … Read More

Mail1Click Email Service Review: Secure Your Messages

July 25, 2014 |

Mail1Click is a secure, encrypted email service. Developed by United Arab Emirates-based Kryptotel, this service will definitely appeal to the privacy-obsessed.

Back in the day, a service like Gmail seemed like a great deal. It was free, and offered a … Read More

Tim Cook: Best Ever Apple Q3 on Soaring iPhone, Mac Sales

July 22, 2014 |

Apple’s third quarter 2014 results beat those post for the third quarter of 2013, which in turn beat all previous tallies for that accounting period. Yep, Tim Cook and his Cupertino, California-based crew are killing it. Nevertheless, although no … Read More

iTunes Pass Comes to the US, Australia

July 17, 2014 | 1

Good on ya, Apple! On Tuesday, July 15, few on this side of the Pacific Pond noticed that Apple rolled out the iTunes Pass program in Japan. Two days later, the company has brought the service to customers in … Read More

ClipUp iPhone App Review: Organize Your Plans

July 13, 2014 |

ClipUp is an elegant productivity tool for iOS. This iPhone app was developed by Peter Fischer.

If you’re looking for a new app that will help you organize your digital life, ClipUp is a relatively new arrival to the App … Read More

What’s New in iTunes 11.3: HD Movie Extras

July 10, 2014 |

Hey, cats and kittens, Apple has pushed out an out-of-cycle (ie no one was expecting) iTunes 11 update that brings iTunes Extras for HD movies. Not a revolutionary feature by any stretch of the imagination, but yet another reason … Read More

iWatch News: Apple Hires Swiss Watch Exec

July 4, 2014 |

Are you an iWatch believer? Yeah, belief is a rather poor substitute for actually knowing. However, it is increasingly looking like Apple will indeed deliver a wearable computer for the wrist.

Why would Apple hire the sales director at … Read More

Wine4.Me iOS Review

July 4, 2014 |

Wine4.Me is a fantastic app that takes some of the hassle out of picking a wine that you will enjoy from the countless options out there. With so many varietals of wine on the market it can be daunting to decide what … Read More

iWatch Killer App: Sensor Driven Voice Messaging?

July 2, 2014 |

Pretty much every agrees that Apple is working and soon will ship a wearable computer, call it the iWatch. While pretty much everybody and their dogs (image below) say they want one, the question remains — what will the … Read More

Facebook Psych Experiments Revealed, Idiot Outrage Ensues!

June 30, 2014 |

Stunning news flash from the world of commerce — corporations are trying to manipulate you and your emotions in order to get your money. More shocking still? Facebook psychologists and data scientists have purposely tweaked user new feeds to … Read More

US Supreme Court: ‘Aereo Is a Cable System’

June 25, 2014 | 2

While most people will mull over the “legal” merits of the ABC vs Aereo case, specifically how the Copyright Right Act of 1976 should be applied, the bottom line is this — Hollywood, broadcasters and the cable companies get … Read More

Android 4.5 Lollipop: Candy for Android Fans

June 23, 2014 |

As product marketing names go, Android 4.5 Lollipop — welcome, suckers! — is perhaps less than optimal. That obvious bit of foolishness covered, Google’s next mobile operating system will, at the very least, be introduced to developers (and the … Read More

T-Mobile UnCarrier 5 Promises Music Freedom, Free iPhone 5s Trial

June 19, 2014 |

Tech companies both large and small are making a streaming music play. Amazon Prime Music and Apple’s Beats acquihire, of course, come to mind. However, Music Freedom could shake things up.

However, while Bezos schilled the Fire Phone, T-Mobile’s … Read More

Amazon Fire Phone: Firefly Wants to Scan Your World

June 18, 2014 |

Amazon has officially entered the smartphone sweepstakes. Everything store CEO Jeff Bezos has introduced the world to Fire Phone, which is mostly “me too” but has some interesting Amazon only features that could help set it apart.

And, Amazon … Read More

Amazon Launches Prime Music, Joins Streaming Scrum

June 12, 2014 |

Need another reason to pay $99 a year for an Amazon Prime account? Then Amazon’s new Prime Music could be just the thing. With more than 1,000,000 songs from over 10,000 albums, this isn’t serious Spotify let alone iTunes … Read More