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New York Times To Limit How Much You Can Read For Free On Phones And Tablets

If you’re a frequent reader of the New York Times, a new change goes into effect next week that will limit how many articles you can read on your mobile device without paying for a subscription. Beginning one week from today, June 27, the New York Times will only allow mobile users to read 3 [...]


iOS 7 “Today” Feature Takes Direct Aim at Google Now

It could be argued that Apple’s latest WWDC consisted entirely of answering criticism and competition. That is not necessarily a bad thing, just signals that Apple is listening and is not going to let many things get past them. That was definitely evident with the introduction of the “Today” tab that can be accessed in the notification [...]


The Best Of The Suggested iOS 7 Icon Redesigns

There is a saying that goes “not everyone with a camera is a photographer”. I feel like that can be expanded to “everyone with Photoshop is not a graphic designer”. Still, that hasn’t stopped dozens of design jockeys from taking a stab at designing their own versions of Apple’s controversial app icons to see if [...]


Here’s How To Demo iOS 7 Without Downloading It To Your iPhone

Want to try out Apple’s iOS 7, but don’t want to hassle with the incomplete beta version? has created an interactive mock up online that lets you try out some of the signature features we saw in last week’s WWDC. You can see everything from how the new Music app looks to what’s new [...]


Bake Cookies In The Shape Of An iPhone With The iPhone Cookie Cutter

If you love your iPhone so much you just can’t get enough of it, this iPhone cookie cutter is for you. Available from Fancy for $16, you can cut out and decorate as many iTreats as your stomach can handle.


Here’s Another iOS 6 Vs. iOS 7 Comparison You Need To See

Tweeted by app developer @ManzoPower, here’s a look at various aspects of iOS 7 and the iOS 6 counterparts:


Microsoft Office Officially Available For iPhone For Office 365 Subscribers

An official, Microsoft-supported version of the popular Office suite, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, has finally arrived for the iPhone. On Friday, Microsoft announced the release of Office Mobile for iPhone, a free download from the Apple App Store that will give users Microsoft-native access to their documents, spreadsheets, and slideshows. Although the application is [...]


If You Or Someone You Know Is Addicted To Candy Crush, You Need To See This

Last April, I read a column in the Salt Lake Tribune from Vince Horiuchi about his addiction to Candy Crush, the ultra-popular game on Facebook and mobile devices that involves puzzles where users swap colored candy pieces to eliminate pieces from the board. I tried the game after reading his column, found it to be [...]


These iOS 7 Features Were Not Mentioned In The WWDC Keynote

There is only so much you can say in 2+ hours. That was the case at Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference keynote on Monday as the technology company highlighted the many changes and upgrades to their mobile OS, iOS 7 along with other Mac software and hardware announcements. What was left out though? What [...]


The One Email App to Rule Them All: Evomail

For most of us, email is a necessary evil to our daily lives (arguable more evil than necessary). The idea of “inbox zero” is practically a foreign concept. In the time it takes to reply to one email, three more have come in. How do you track, organize and make sense of it all? How [...]

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