Microsoft’s Virtual Assistant, Cortana now Available for iOS

Looking back at my experience with Windows 10, the newly introduced Microsoft’s virtual assistant that goes by the name Cortana, was one thing I wished I had on my Macbook. Wishes are not horses, they said – but I have some good news – and some bad news too. The good news is that Microsoft has just … Continue reading Microsoft’s Virtual Assistant, Cortana now Available for iOS

Feeling Intimidated by your ipad? We found a way for you to own and control it

Do you sometimes get afraid of your iPad device, or you feel like your iPad is in control of how you should use it? Here is a chance to take charge over your device by using the following steps. these lesson is to teach the user of an iPAD few of the advanced features of … Continue reading Feeling Intimidated by your ipad? We found a way for you to own and control it

Video: An iPhone Working With An Android Wear Watch, No Jailbreak Required

Have an iPhone, but want to use an Android Wear watch? Too bad! Google and Apple are focusing their smartwatch efforts on their own platforms for now, with all signs pointing to them avoiding cross-platform friendliness for as long as possible. Fortunately, the world has talented modders who can make things right. Here’s a video … Continue reading Video: An iPhone Working With An Android Wear Watch, No Jailbreak Required

‘I installed Windows 95 on a brand new iPhone 6 Plus’, Says a Chinese developer

What did you do when you first got your iPhone 6 Plus device? Today in “putting stuff onto things on which they don’t belong,” a certain Chinese developer prefered to try out Windows 95 on his brand new iPhone 6 Plus. He used a tool called iDos, an open source DOSBox-like app to install the … Continue reading ‘I installed Windows 95 on a brand new iPhone 6 Plus’, Says a Chinese developer

Apple says it has taken action against the infected apps in China

Conventional wisdom suggests that the vast majority of mobile malware cases impact Android devices. Or at least that those who do not jailbreak their iPhones are safe most threats — even Apple CEO Tim Cook has bashed Android for “dominating” the mobile malware market. Yet a new virus found in China by US-based researchers could … Continue reading Apple says it has taken action against the infected apps in China

Apple CEO Tim Cook Reveals he is Gay on Bloomberg Business Week

Today the CEO of Apple Tim Cook wrote a long essay on Bloomberg Business Week magazine in which he proclaim that he considers “being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.” Below is an extract from Bloomberg Business Week published on the 30 October, 2014. Throughout my professional life, I’ve tried to maintain a basic level … Continue reading Apple CEO Tim Cook Reveals he is Gay on Bloomberg Business Week

Apple Pay’s Could Emulate Bluetooth File Share and Enable Phone-to-Phone Payments

The launch of Apple Pay this week is giving many people their first taste of NFC payment technology, which allows them to buy things in a store by bringing an iPhone 6 close to a compatible terminal. But the NFC standard also allows payments to be made directly between smartphones. Apple and its competitors, such as Google … Continue reading Apple Pay’s Could Emulate Bluetooth File Share and Enable Phone-to-Phone Payments

You can now Add Friends by Username in Telegram Messaging App

Telegram, the security-focused messaging app, now lets you add friends without necessarily knowing their phone number (See step to step guide on how to add username in Telegram). An update to the iOS and Android apps today has introduced the option to register a username, although all users must still bind their account to a … Continue reading You can now Add Friends by Username in Telegram Messaging App

Roughly 1,000 Transactions Made with Apple Pay Were Logged Twice in Customer Accounts

Some Bank of America customers have been double-charged for purchases made with Apple Pay, the payment system Apple launched on Monday. Roughly 1,000 transactions made with Apple Pay were logged twice in customer accounts, said Tara Burke, a spokeswoman with Bank of America, which is one of the largest U.S. banks and was an Apple … Continue reading Roughly 1,000 Transactions Made with Apple Pay Were Logged Twice in Customer Accounts

Getting Started With Apple Pay? See How it Works

Apple Pay is now available for anyone to use, provided they’ve got all the prerequisites, both for physical stores and for online transactions. But you can’t just walk up to your local brick-and-mortar store and wave your iPhone and walk out with whatever you want – that would be theft. Instead, you’ll need the following … Continue reading Getting Started With Apple Pay? See How it Works

New Generation of Mac Mini’s RAM cannot be upgraded

After encouraging customers to upgrade their Mac Mini RAM in 2012, Apple has decided it’s time customers lives with what they are offered. Apple excited its users when they announced their newest Mac Mini some few weeks ago. However, Brian Stucki, who runs a Mac Mini hosting farm in Las Vegas has taken to twitter to announced that … Continue reading New Generation of Mac Mini’s RAM cannot be upgraded

You can Now Pre-order your iPad Air 2 And Mini 3 Online, Starting from Today

Apple revealed new iPad models on Thursday, and they all go on sale starting today via Apple’s online store. Today is just the beginning of pre-sales, with iPads officially shipping to pre-order customers and arriving in stores sometime “late next week,” according to Apple. Pricing for the new iPad mini, which is essentially the same … Continue reading You can Now Pre-order your iPad Air 2 And Mini 3 Online, Starting from Today

The Gold Apple Watch Could Cost As Much As $1,200

A jewelry contact familiar with the matter told TechCrunch that the gold, 18-karat version of the Apple Watch could cost around $1,200 retail when it launches in January. This has been corroborated, based on size and weight, by jewelers familiar with the material Apple is using to make its Apple Watch Edition pieces. It should … Continue reading The Gold Apple Watch Could Cost As Much As $1,200

Top 7 Best Photo Editing App for iPhone

The best photo editing app for iPhone is determined by the purpose for which the app is used. Instagram has become an established brand though there is stiff competition in the market. Although these apps are not perfect Graphic software, they make user experiences much easier and create more independence with regards to quick editing … Continue reading Top 7 Best Photo Editing App for iPhone

Download Free Tribesports Training App for iOS

When London-based Tribesports — a social network for people doing rather than watching various sports — rebooted its business model last year, kickstarting what it calls the world’s first “community-powered” sportswear brand, you’d be forgiven for thinking the young company had become less tech and more clothes-maker. But, actually, Tribesports very much still sees itself … Continue reading Download Free Tribesports Training App for iOS

Ultimate Guide to Jailbreak iPad, iPhone and iPod with Sprint

Before we proceed to this topic proper, I will like to explain what jailbreaking your device means.Naturally, Apple’s rules for AppStore are way too limiting. Some apps are not allowed to be listed in the AppStore since they break one or more of Apple’s rules. These rules keep control of the device platform in Apple’s … Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Jailbreak iPad, iPhone and iPod with Sprint

Tips for Creating Custom Themes with Growl for OSx

You might install Growl for design purposes or simply by accident. There are numerous applications that provide support to it. There are even some applications that are available along with Growl. It is one of the few applications that many will consider to be usable with OS X only. Growl is perhaps the coolest notification … Continue reading Tips for Creating Custom Themes with Growl for OSx