I’m a pretty avid fan of Apple products and have iPads since they were first released. I now have a full size iPad and an iPad Mini which I use when I travel and as a Kindle-like device to read books all the time. But iOS while it’s slick isn’t a real, full-power operating system,
I love Touch ID on my new iPhone 6 and was enthused when I learned that Dropbox was going to support it too. But I can’t figure out how to enable TouchID in the Dropbox app. Is there a different version of the app that offers that support?
Most electronics are designed with the expectation that we’ll use them indoors and that we have a clean room to avoid dust, moisture, etc. Except we don’t. I know that we constantly have our wireless bluetooth speakers outdoors, and the outside world is anything but clean and pristine. Enter the iHome Audio iBN6 waterproof bluetooth
I’ve been exploring the new Spotlight feature in Mac OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” and really like it. Except for the type-ahead suggestions, which seem to be coming from a centralized database, not from data that’s on my own system. Is Apple sending all my local search queries to a central server? If so, how do I disable this violation of my privacy??
Let’s be candid. Exercise can be boring, and that recommended 30min of cardio? Double boring. Which is why Blue Goji created the Goji Play video game system that integrates with whatever equipment you’re using and turns it into a video game device. The buzzword is “gamification”, but if you’re hitting the gym and turning off