Deals: KOBRA Wireless Car Scanner

Gone are the days of having to go to a mechanic to see what has your Check Engine light all lit up. You don’t even have to go to your local AutoZone anymore, either. Today, your smartphone is all you have to have to find out what’s going on for yourself.

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The End of an Era: Apple is Preparing to Break Up iTunes

According to both noted developer Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo of 9to5Mac, both of whom are known for spelunking through iOS and macOS betas for all kinds of goodies, iTunes is about to get busted up. Considering the mass market success of the iPod went hand-in-hand with the arrival of iTunes, this is pretty big […]

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It’s March Madness Time Again!!!

I am a huge overall sports fan. I love football, basketball, soccer and others. I even enjoy a nice day spent out at the diamond watching the old national pastime. While I enjoy pro sports, especially my local Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA, I absolutely LOVE college athletics. I will watch just about anything that […]

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Deals: ANCHOR Cable Stainless Steel Magnetic Cross-Device Cable + USB-C Connector

If you are an Apple user, then you will need to make your peace with the rise of USB-C across their device lineup. If you own a new iPad Pro or a MacBook or MacBook Pro released over the last couple of years, you already know this.

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Deals: Syncwire UNBREAKcable

If you are an iPhone user, you can never have enough Lightning Cables. If you are looking to add a few to your collection, why not get some that are built to last at a reasonable price?

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Deals: Parallels Access: 1-Yr Subscription

No matter how powerful our mobile devices are, for the foreseeable future there will be applications that require a desktop. For that reason, there are many remote desktop apps available for iOS. One of the standouts in that crowd is Parallels Access.

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The Hidden Power of Siri Shortcuts- Bypassing Default Apps

iOS 12 is a more subdued update than many we have seen over the years, with most of the changes being subtle and the improvements under the hood and out of sight. Because it is decoupled from the OS itself, it is easy to overlook just how big a shift in philosophy that Shortcuts represents […]

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Living with the iPhone XS Max- A Few Missed Opportunities

Since the title leans toward the negative side, I’ll be clear- I love my new iPhone XS Max so far. I love the size. Love the screen. Love the resolution. I can live with the trade-offs, like over size and weight and the difficulty with one-handed use. However, after using mine for a day and […]

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Microsoft’s Andromeda May Be Delayed or Killed Off Entirely, and That is Unfortunate

Foldable phones are the next big thing, according to many in the tech press. This is one of those product categories like AR Headsets- they are perpetually 6-12 months around the corner. If you ask Mike Elgan, Microsoft’s foldable Surface device, reportedly codenamed Andromeda, is poised to take over the world and make the iPad […]

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WWDC Wishlist Part Five- Services

The WWDC Keynote is closing fast now, and its time to bring this series toward a conclusion. In this next to last segment, it’s time to talk about one of the fastest-growing sources of revenue for Apple- Services. Just a few years ago, this segment was nothing but a trickle of profit from iCloud and […]

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WWDC Wishlist Part Four- iOS 12

We are now one week out from the WWDC Keynote, so the rumors should start to pick up a little in the coming days. As with all of the recent editions of this event, iOS is expected to be the star of the show. However, it’s a little harder to say how far the improvements […]

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