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Apple iOS 9.3.2 was released this week and it’s packed full of security fixes you should be aware of. I’ve reviewed all the details along with my recommendation on installing or skipping the update.
Microsoft continues its quality iOS app support with the latest addition, Word Flow, a keyboard app. Here’s a look at how to get started with it on iPhone.
The Google Photos iOS app doesn’t support Live Photo uploads. Here’s how to get your iPhone Live Photos into Google Photos, and why you totally should.
Just get the new Apple TV? Here’s a look at how to set when the set-top box goes to sleep automatically or put it to sleep manually from the remote.
As if the recent Adobe Flash Player security exploits wasn’t enough to worry about, there’s a new threat for Windows users – this time from Apple.
I’ve had my Apple Watch a little over nine months now. People ask me all the time “Do you like it?” Absolutely. After watchOS 2.0 came out, I still love it!
Until the latest Apple TV update the only way to use a keyboard with your Apple TV was an iOS workaround. Now there’s an official way that adds new features.
Sharing files between Windows and OS X used to be a headache. Now with Windows 10 and the newest versions of OS X, the process has become much easier.
This week will mark the 15th anniversary of Apple’s modern client operating system. It was a gamble at the time that paid off and is still strong today.
Apple rolled out iOS 9.3 this week and while the update focuses on bug fixes, it also provides some cool new features that will be hard to resist.
Apple’s new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9.3, comes packed new features. One of the more touted features is dubbed Night Shift.
Low Power Mode, a new feature in iOS 9, promises to extend your battery life up to three hours by reducing processes that running in the background.
Microsoft updated its Outlook email and calendar app for iOS and it now supports Touch ID security. This adds an extra layer of protection to your email.