The (5) things you should do after buying an iPhone 6

Dec 27th - So, you are the lucky owner of a shiny new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus--now what? For the veteran iPhone owner, the process of setting up an iPhone hasn't changed much over the years. However, if this is your first iPhone, perhaps you are a little intimidated. If that's the case--here are the (5) things you need to do to get you off and running

iOS app Holiday Sales!

Dec 25th - So, you got a new iPhone or iPad for Christmas. Well, you're in luck, because there are some great apps that are now on sale just in time for the holidays. We scoured the App store for some great deals--and here are some of our favorite deals.

How to authorize your computer in iTunes

Dec 20th - Ever want to access your iTunes content on multiple devices so you can download and update your iOS device? Or perhaps you simply want to stream your iTunes content via AirPlay to your Apple TV? Here's how...

How to download the complete Apple iWork suite for free on your Mac

Dec 15th - All new Macs come with the complete iWork suite for free. However, if you're like me, and you have an aging (albeit fully functional, older Mac) then you need to pay full price ($20) for each of the the three iWork suites.

(7) Reasons why FaceTime on your Mac is a big deal

Dec 8th - With Yosemite, Apple updated many of the more common front-facing features that users interact with most commonly. One of the more intriguing updates was to FaceTime.

How to use Guided Access to restrict users to a single app on your iPhone or iPad

Dec 4th - For those of us with kids who use our iPhones and iPads, one of the main complaints has always been finding a way to make sure they stay in the app you set them up with. Here's how to use Guided Access to do just that.

(4) Reasons why Handoff is a game changer in Yosemite

Dec 2nd - With the addition of Handoff in OS X Yosemite, there has never been a better time to be fully integrated into the Apple ecosystem. There are may benefits from a shared relationship between iPhones, iPad's and Mac's. However, none are more important and useful than these four features.

The (9) best uses for Spotlight Search in iOS 8

Dec 1st - With the release of iOS 8, Apple added some extra useful functionality to your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch when you launch Spotlight Search. The newest iteration of Spotlight does much more than its predecessor. Now, when you search using Spotlight your search results will expand far outside the confines of your phone. Here are the top 9 best uses for Spotlight search on your iOs device

The (3) reasons you’ll love to use AirDrop in OS X Yosemite

Nov 29th - AirDrop has always been a handy feature that many Mac users have taken advantage of way before OS X Yosemite came along. However, now, along with integration in iOS 8, you'll love using AirDrop even more--here's why.

Black Friday deals you don’t want to miss [UPDATED]

Nov 28th -  image: credit Black Friday is that notorious time of year where everyone goes crazy for the best deals they can find.  The tech world pretty much fully embraces this same notion and typically offers some of the best savings on apps, computers, tablet, phones, accessories and more. Here you will find our growing list of […]

How to customize you iPhone app-switcher in iOS 8

Nov 26th - In iOS 8 the app-switcher finally received some overdue attention. In addition to being able to view your current open apps, now when you double-click the home-button and the app-switcher is activated, you will also see your favorite contacts, as well as the most recently viewed/interacted with contacts. Here's how to set-up and customize yours