Do you often find yourself skipping out on events because you don't have the time to attend? Temporal angst is on the rise despite all of the modern conveniences around today, as we've decided to fill our free time with that much more work. uTemporis's Time to Enjoy arrives on the scene, ends excuses and commands you to have fun.
When I was in college, I went to more concerts and shows than I had full nights of sleep. As I've gotten older, I've found that going to a concert is getting a lot more difficult. Juggling work and other responsibilities, it seems to require months of planning just to make it to a gig. However, sometimes I have a free night and I want to go see a show, and this is where Timbre steps in.
Location is everything. Your real estate agent knows it, and now your Mac can know it too. Sidekick (previously NetworkLocation) can automatically change your Mac's settings based on where you are: home, work, your favorite coffee shop, you name it.
The iPhone 5 is great in pretty much every aspect, but battery life continues to be an issue for some despite its slightly larger battery than the iPhone 4S. While you can't swap out the battery for a larger one, there are 5 simple usage tips that can keep your iPhone 5 running longer than it would otherwise.
Billed as “smart calling for your smartphone,” a new iOS and Android app called Sidecar.me debuted on Tuesday offers “a completely new communication experience” including free calls anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
Now that the firestorm over the Path app downloading a user’s entire address book appears to have subsided, it’s only natural that Apple would be put back in the crosshairs with another privacy gaffe -- and this time, one that gives developers access to your photos.
Apple has remained mostly silent on its latest “Locationgate” scandal involving GPS-equipped iOS devices recording and saving location data -- until now. The company has just posted an extensive question and answer document on its website, covering 10 key points.
Our privacy is increasingly at risk on the internet, but this week it turns out we may have yet another location to worry about: Our very pockets. As it turns out, 3G-equipped iPhones and iPads have been tracking our movements for almost a year -- but here’s how you can make the best of the situation.