Who knows what Apple is announcing this Wednesday? An iPhone? A thing? Who knows? But if they do, you'll probably want to upgrade, right? And you may be wondering what to do with your current phone? You could always sell it, or you could make use of your investment and give it a new job around the house.
Every four years, the political hype machines of both major parties start up with the goal of churning out pitch-perfect rhetoric and the right plan for the people. Unfortunately, the machines usually just devolve into devices built to hurl insults and accusations instead of providing thought-provoking debate and a discussion of the country's future. At some point during the cycle, the same thought seems to cross every person's mind: "I could be a better President than those guys." Whether you're confident in your debating skills or you've got a knack for mudslinging, we've got some games that will let you take to your own campaign trail. Prove politics is more than a game -- or at least is a contact sport -- with these eight iOS experiences.
Ever since Populous came out in 1989, video games have allowed us to act out the fantasy of being all-powerful gods. The god game is now a genre unto itself, varied in style and theme but always giving players the ability to change the world around its tiny virtual people and creatures -- subverting their free will but seldom denying it. Here are 10 iOS games that follow in this spirit and let you play god, which can mean flattening mountains, smiting non-believers, abusing your subjects, and crafting entire landscapes from nothing.
Made a movie on your Mac? Aching to get it seen by your friends and family? There a a few ways to get your film out there and seen by the masses, including publishing it to various video hosting sites like YouTube and Vimeo, or compressing it to share on social networking sites like Facebook. Read on to find out how.
Not everyone is into belting out off-key ditties along to cheesy MIDI-blips in front of total strangers in a dark room, but you'd be surprised how many folks out there flock to karaoke for their late night kicks. Karaoke is practically a religion for some avid pub crawlers, and it's a staple of small town and big city nightlife alike. We've been bitten by the bug too, which is why we just had to compile this list of great apps for karaoke addicts. Grab some ear plugs and follow us!
It's not quite as earth-shattering as a $1 billion dollar court decision in its favor, but Apple yesterday announced a couple of important promotions to its executive management team. Craig Federighi, vice president of Mac software engineering, and Dan Riccio, vice president of hardware engineering, were each given a bump to senior status, which instantly anoints them as members of Apple's coveted executive management team.
On Friday, Apple more or less crushed Samsung in a patent infringement suit. Since then, things have gone exceptionally well for Cupertino, including a major boost in the value of the company's shares on Monday. This morning, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published even more Apple patents, many of which apply to iOS devices.
For many people, this time of year is synonymous with the smell of pigskin, the taste of beer, and the sounds of shouting at the television for every bad call. For nearly as many people, it also means intently watching your computer screen as scores for your fantasy football team trickle in throughout game day. Building a killer team is a tricky process, but some stellar iOS apps are available to bulk up your drafting prowess and ease you through the process.
Gestures still making you scratch your head in confusion? It doesn't seem to matter how much we try to get the hang of it, we'll always make some sort of mistake on the Trackpad and bring up a dialog box we didn't mean to. Regardless, maybe it's time we actually took those gestures and did something productive with 'em. So, here's five Trackpad gestures you ought to get the hang of, before gestures get the hang of you.
A few weeks ago, we covered how to use 1Password to manage passwords on your Mac. While 1Password is great for your home computer, many users now access their accounts through their mobile device. Fortunately, 1Password has a mobile version available that pairs perfectly with the Mac. Continue reading, and we’ll show you how to sync your 1Password data over using Dropbox, and how to add and use the items in 1Password.