How to Beat an iPad or iPhone Thief

Reaching into your pocket, bag, purse, or car and coming up empty can immediately lead to a panic if the thing that you are missing is your iPad or iPhone. These days people put their entire personal and work life on their mobile devices, so losing a device can be like losing the key to your entire…


From Fads to Apps

If you’re a Baby Boomer, you are well acquainted with the fitness craze that began in the 70’s and morphed into various fads in the decades that followed. From thigh masters to in-line skating and beyond, Americans have fallen in and out of love with fitness. Oftentimes, the all-consuming craze was…


Microsoft Unleashes Skype for Windows 8

The countdown is dwindling…in only 4 days, Windows 8 will be available for purchase. Just in time for the celebratory event, Microsoft has released a Skype that is customized for the new  8 system. The new version of Skype has a similar look and feel as other apps on Windows 8 – meaning, users can…


Imo: Free Messaging – and a Whole Lot More

How do you message? Facebook Chat, Google Talk, AIM and Skype are just a few ways in which you can stay connected to your friends; and now there’s a new platform that takes messaging service to a new level. Imo not only lets you text for free from all of the aforementioned services but it also…


Amiigo: Smarter than the Average Fitness App

Couch potatoes are running out of excuses to keep themselves planted into those cushions much longer. There’s a marathon going on in which thousands of companies are racing to develop the best fitness app. From MyFitnessPal to Endomondo and GAIN Fitness (and then there are the gizmos, too, like…


New App Lets You See Every Google Doodle Ever Sketched

Okay, so maybe it’s not the most breaking news in the tech world, but it’s certainly newsworthy enough to spread the word – especially for Google Doodle lovers like me. Now there’s a new iOS app that will allow users to take a peek at every single sketch that has been featured on the search guru’s…


Trade in Clothing Catalogs for this New Shopping App

Twisting onto the social network is Swirl, a personal shopping app that helps users find stylish additions to their wardrobes with the assistance of popular social sites like Pinterest and Facebook – and exclusive deals and discounts. Shoppers can now view the most popular “clips”, which is Swirl’s…


Is Apple Maps a Cartographer's Nightmare?

It didn’t take long for users to report some serious glitches with the new iOS 6 which come stuffed with a slew of new features like Facebook integration. However, one new feature, Apple Maps, may mark a major oopsy-daisy for the company. With the iPhone 5 set to hit shelves tomorrow, this is…


What to Expect with the New iTunes 11

Alongside a string of many announcements made by Apple last Tuesday was the broadcast of a revamped iTunes.The rejuvenated version of this much-loved music software has undergone some changes that many of those tuned-in to the program will find pretty fantastic. Apple’s senior vice president of the…


Airbridge: For Connecting Your Devices Wirelessly

There has recently been launched a new Kickstarter project called Airbridge that could very well turn many a tech-fanactic’s dream into reality. The endeavor has the potential of having your television mirror exactly what you are seeing on you iPad without having to connect the two devices…