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[How To] Setup Apple Pay on Your iPhone with iOS 8.1

With the release of iOS 8.1 today, you can now use your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to make contactless payments at supported retailers, without ever having to pull out your wallet. In the video above, my friend JohnRoss shows a quick demo ordering some terrible food at McDonalds, and paying with his Chase [...]

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[How To] Make and Receive Calls Through Your iPhone, On Your Mac, via Continuity

One of the big new features, called Continuity, rolling out with OS X Yosemite is the ability for Mac users to make and receive phone calls, to or from their iPhone, with their Mac. It’s a feature that really drives home the tight integration Apple is going for between desktop and mobile, and one of [...]

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Halloweenify Your Phone or Tablet With These Apps

I won’t go so far as to say it’s the most wonderful time of the year, but we are in an exciting time. For many people, Halloween is THE holiday of the year. Here are some spooky suggestions for getting in to the spirit of it all with your tech. Backgrounds and Themes First things [...]

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iOS 8.1 is Available Now – Here’s Everything That’s New and How to Get It

Today as promised, Apple pushed iOS 8.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The software update includes a slew of bug fixes from versions 8.0.1 and 8.0.2, and also several new features. You can find the full changelog below. However, there are a couple notable features that stand out, and ones we’ve been looking forward to [...]

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Here’s a Recap of Everything from Apple’s Latest Announcement, Plus the Keynote Video

Yesterday, at its headquarters in Cupertino, CA, Apple announced new iPads, new iMacs, a new Mac Mini, and some final updates on OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. Here’s a recap of all the highlights. iPad, iPhone, and iOS 8 iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were the biggest iPhone launch in the company’s history. [...]

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How to Write in Kaomojis

Some people say that all our technological advances have actually limited communication among us. I disagree! There are more ways to communicate and express yourself than ever before. First, there was the phone. (Talking, ew. Boring.) Then there were e-mails and text messages. Then, emoticons, gifs, and emojis. Now, there are kaomojis. If you’re not [...]

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9 Apps You’ll Need This Fall, And 4 Playlists To Help You Enjoy Them

Fall is officially here. It’s a beautiful time of change. Say goodbye to hot summer nights and days by the poolside. Say hello to crisp mornings, colorful leaves, sweaters, cider, and pumpkin in everything. A new season is a great time to hit refresh on your life and your gadgets. Here are some apps and [...]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Whether you have an Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone, chances are you’ve used one of the personal assistants to answer a question before, be it serious or a joke. Google Now, Siri, and Cortana on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices respectively, each offer a different flavor of response to users’ queries for information. Which [...]

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Sticky Notes For The Digital Age

Meetings. We all have them. Some are great…others are abhorrent. But the good ones feel productive and collaborative, and they usually end up with tons of ideas being shared, talked about, and written down. But what happens after that? Usually, a few more meetings about the same stuff, because no one can remember what was [...]

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Get the Scoop, the Shot, and the $$$

If you work in marketing, you know the stock photography databases you have to work with; they’re probably bookmarked on your browser right now. But there’s a problem with those stock photos…everyone’s seen them. If you’re a news publisher, you know that your hired photographers can’t be everywhere, all the time…and sometimes they miss the [...]

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