Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Apple Wants to Brighten Your Day With its Newest iPhones

Posted by | Filed under News, Tech News | Sep 9, 2013 | Tags: , , , , , , | No Comments

On the eve of Apple’s media event in San Francisco, fans are buzzing about new iPhones and Apple’s hinted promise of more color options. Ever since Apple released its invitation last week, rumors have been circulating about the expected features on two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, a lesser-expensive plastic version of the […]

New App Simplifies iPhone Photo Search

Posted by | Filed under News, Tips and Tricks | Jun 3, 2013 | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments

With the at-the-ready convenience of smartphone cameras, most iPhone owners now use the device as their primary method for taking pictures. But the ease and simplicity of snapping memorable moments on your phone can quickly lead to a library of hundreds or even thousands of photos. Going back to find that perfect shot to post […]

Take Live TV Wherever You Go With Belkin’s New Mobile TV Receiver – No Internet Required

Posted by | Filed under News | May 22, 2013 | Tags: , , , , , , | No Comments

Just in time for finale season and the beginning of summertime shows, Belkin released its Dyle Mobile TV receiver for Apple devices. The mobile TV receiver is designed to enable live broadcast television content to be watched on your iPhone or iPad using the Dyle TV App. What makes this device stand out from other […]

Is Microsoft Office Finally Arriving For iOS?

Posted by | Filed under News | Feb 22, 2012 | Tags: , , , , , , , , | No Comments

Rumors have been circulating for quite some time that Microsoft is working on a version of Office for your iOS device.  If you’re inclined to believe some screen shots that have recently been circulating, the release may be imminent. Handling of Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents has been a question mark for users since the […]

How to See the World While Traveling for Business

Business travel can be your favorite perk or your job’s biggest pitfall. That really depends on your opinion of travel. But whether you love racking up those frequent flyer miles or dread consistently packing and unpacking, making the most of your time away is something everyone can benefit from. So rather than killing downtime on […]

Keep Up With the NYC Marathoners this Weekend Using the Mobile Spectator App

The ING New York City Marathon is this weekend, and the New York Road Runners have teamed up with the developers of MapMyRun to create an app that allows spectators to track specific runners, receive news reports and find out about events and entertainment occurring along the route. The NYC marathon attracts more than two […]

Trick or Tech

It’s that time of year when everything seems to go bump in the night. But these geo-location apps can make Halloween a little less scary for parents as they send their little monsters out into the neighborhood in search of treats. Trick or Tracker is an app for Android smartphones that sends updates to parents […]

My Apple Turnover

Nowadays it’s pretty hard to escape the draw of Apple and their line of products. As a lifelong Windows user (at least since my Commodore went out of style), I found myself in the situation last year where syncing my beloved iPhone and iPad with my Windows machine was becoming extremely frustrating. Let’s face it; […]

New York Times Tech Tips: Travel Edition

For the second installment in our series of tech tips – courtesy of The New York Times’ resident tech-guru, David Pogue – we’re highlighting technology that eases travel. Pogue suggests a few must-have apps and websites for travelers that take the stress out of getting there. Here are a few of his finds: Tripit.com is […]

Word Lens Put to the Test in Spain

Posted by | Filed under Personal Computing, Tips and Tricks | Jul 21, 2011 | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

Last month, we told you about Word Lens, an application that translates printed words in real time using your smartphone’s camera. With a trip to Spain coming up and a knowledge of the Spanish language that hasn’t progressed since 11th grade, this application was very appealing to me. So with slight apprehension, I made the $9.99 […]

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