If you’re in the market for a new digital camera, it usually pays to wait and see what’s announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which is winding down in Las Vegas this week. Unlike previous years, digital cameras were eclipsed by other consumer electronics technology this time around -- but that doesn’t mean we weren’t able to find a handful of shooters worth talking about.
Apple's in-store Genius Bar is...well, genius. Unfortunately, driving to an Apple Store and waiting in line for tech support isn't always a practical solution. And in some areas, there isn't even an Apple Store nearby. But, there are a hefty number of online resources -- some published by Apple -- that can help you almost as well as your fellow geniuses. Read on to find out what they are and start bookmarking.
Brrr! If you live almost anywhere in Northern America, it's getting pretty cold outside. Even San Diego is a toasty 43 degrees as we're writing this. Don't let the cold prevent you from enjoying your iOS devices to the fullest outdoors, though. These 5 accessories will help you use your iPhones and iPads no matter how brisk it gets!
Both the iPad and iPhone are fantastic devices for displaying images. Whether you're flipping through the pages of digital magazines or simply browsing photo-heavy websites, no devices are better for putting a little visual pop in the palm of your hands. These 10 apps take great advantage of the beautiful screens of iOS devices to bring a potentially much-needed pinch of inspiration to all you visual artists out there. From interior design and painting to web design and photography, there's something for every artist in these apps.
The iPhone 4S has a slew of new features -- a better camera, a faster processor, and everyone's new favorite companion, Siri. While the iPhone's newest personal voice assistant isn't always the most practical helper, she sure can be funny. Need some inspiration on what to ask Siri? Try these 10 questions -- the results are pretty hilarious. She won't actually tell you the meaning of life, but hey, who will?
Have you gotten any other funny answers out of Siri lately? Let us know in the comments!
Thank goodness Flash is going bye-bye. After all, HTML5 does everything Flash can do without the additional bloat, and it actually works on iOS devices thanks to Apple's stamp of approval. While most of these sites look great on your desktop and iPad, only a some of them are really practical for regular iPhone use. And even then, there's often a more useful app equivalent. So, we've picked the five best HTML5 sites that you'll actually want to add to your homescreen.
Addicted to Instagram? Yeah, join the club. Whether we're hiking giant mountains or watching television in bed, you can bet that something is being photographed into a Hipsterific photo. Like the ocean. Or that curtain. Or the cat at our feet. But how do we get our fix when our iPhones aren't around? We use it on our Macs, of course.
Let it be known than Halloween -- arguably the coolest holiday of the year that's not yet a federal holiday -- is right around the corner. Granted, many of you have probably already assembled costumes and absurd lawn decorations, or perhaps built a small fort out of fun sized candy bars. But if you're still seeking a little bit of Halloween spirit, we've assembled this list of 10 iOS apps that'll fit the mood, whether they deliver scares, silly noises, or simply holiday-appropriate distractions. And with most of them free or priced at about a buck, you may have some spare cash left for backup candy reserves. Don't want to tick off those trick-or-treaters, after all.
Macs are a finicky beast. Unlike most desktop PCs, taking them apart can't be done with any old tools. But, like any other PC, once you get a Mac apart, it's pretty easy to service yourself. Well, maybe not always easy (we're looking at you, iMac), but doable.
These 21 tools cover all the basics you need to take apart any old computer, as well as the Mac specific tools you need for Apple's laptops, desktops, and even the iPad. And best of all, with a little Googling, they're pretty cheap, so save your hard earned bucks and trips to the Genius Bar by getting a hold of these tools and fixing your own Macs!
No software defines Apple better than iTunes. From its earliest days as SoundJam MP, to its current iteration of the iTunes Store, Cover Flow, and so much more, iTunes has come a long way. This gallery covers every update to every version of iTunes, from 1.0 to 10.0.