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Play Modern Day ‘Operation’ With Surgeon Simulator For iPad

Remember the game “Operation?” Where you’d perform a “surgery” on a patient using a tiny pair of tweezers to remove things like the “funny bone” from the patient without hitting the metal sides of the body and setting off a startling buzzer? The modern-day equivalent of Operation — well, perhaps slightly more sophisticated version — [...]

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Apple Is Bringing TextEdit And Preview Apps To The iPad

iPad-optimized versions of Apple’s TextEdit and Preview apps will be released sometime in the near future. Report of the new apps — believed to be part of Apple’s efforts to make iCloud more ubiquitous between iOS and OS X — were reported this week by 9to5mac.com. “The applications are said to not be designed to [...]

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Explained: How Does Apple TV Work?

If you’ve ever wondered how Apple TV works, we’ve got answers for you. The streaming media box that connects to your TV is really nothing more than a stripped down iPhone without a screen. It runs Apple’s A5 processor, the same as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. It runs a modified version of iOS, [...]

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Learn ASL On Your iPhone Or iPad From Marlee Matlin

You probably recognize Marlee Matlin.  She is an award winning actress who I first got to know as Joey Lucas in The West Wing, but is currently a regular on Switched at Birth on ABC Family.  Fun fact: Marlee Matlin is the only deaf performer to win an Academy Award for Best Actress in a [...]

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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail+, Gets Even Better

A fine wine or a great whiskey only gets better with time. The longer they sit, the more they’re able to absorb the flavors of the wooden barrel they’re stored in, which adds complexity to their taste. I’m only using this analogy in relation to Evomail+, our favorite email app, because I’m sipping one as [...]

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How To Live Stream The Super Bowl If You Don’t Have Cable

This one is for all you cord cutters out there. For the first time, Fox will offer a free live stream of the Super Bowl to those of us who don’t pay for cable or satellite. On February 2, the Fox Sports Go iPad app will give you a free one day “preview” during the [...]

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Photographers Rejoice: Adobe Lightroom Coming Soon To iPad

The iPad has come a long way in terms of both form and functionality. I remember the day the original iPad launched and the feature set was so limited, it really was more of a “big iPod Touch” as many critics critiqued. As time rolled on and more apps were created specifically for the iPad, [...]

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[How To] Configure Keyboard Shortcuts for iPhone or iPad in iOS 7

One feature that’s been around since iOS 6, but that many people don’t know about, is Keyboard Shortcuts. Here’s a quick guide that shows you how to get them setup and customized to save you time when composing your texts, emails, or documents. These shortcuts work across the iOS system, including inside third-party apps. The [...]

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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail, Gets Revamped From The Ground Up For iOS 7

I’ve written on several occasions about Evomail, a native email client for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. It’s sleek, it’s modern, it’s user friendly, and cram packed full of features to help you be productive. I much prefer it over Apple’s Mail app that comes pre-loaded out of the box, and I’ve called it [...]

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Tim Cook Promises Big Year For Apple In 2014

Not that we’d expect him to say anything different, but Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a note to employees thanking them for their efforts in 2013 and promising a “big year” in 2014. Obviously, he didn’t give any specific plans or products, but come to think of it, 2013 was a fairly quiet year. The [...]

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