I see a huge number of people on the hunt for a good note–taking application these days, and most attempts at an answer involve some sort of comparison between Evernote — the reigning king — and Microsoft’s OneNote, which has its own, growing tribe of followers. And they are both, at some point, almost inevitably, compared to […]
June this year will see the release of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, during their annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) at the Moscone West convention centre in California. Abiding by the usual secrecy company which the company always keeps, no feature of the upcoming operating system has been talked about anywhere in official […]
Apple is taking on the FBI, refusing to create a backdoor into iPhones. They are right to do so, and here’s why.
Part 2: we continue to build a case for choosing to use certain built in apps by Apple on iOS as our defaults rather than picking third-party alternatives.
A little over two weeks ago I bought an iPhone 6S. Coming from a 6 Plus (for reasons outlined below) I found the device to be wonderful, but not without a couple of complaints. This time I bought a space grey 6S (not the Plus edition). Having used it as my main mobile device in my […]
The concept of the web being free comes with strings attached. Although most websites are free to read, their owners need to pay for storage space and servers (besides various licenses), and storages and servers and networks run on electricity. In order to keep website content free to read, these expenditures are met indirectly. Broadly, […]
Thoughts about Tim Cook’s e-mail reply to the author, Apple’s excellent customer service, and what everyone can take away from this story: discipline, time management, and great dedication to their work.
As tech giants battle it out each year to get a lion’s share of the market, their reluctance to collaborate means the biggest loser is going to be you.
Few people pay enough attention to their home screens. Organizing it better will help make your usage more efficient. Here’s one way to do it on phablets.
Why an Android user left his Note 3 for an iPhone 6 Plus and what his thoughts are after weeks of usage. Also, thoughts about iOS 8 and the Apple ecosystem.
Initial thoughts on real-world use of Yosemite: what’s new, what we could have used, what we did not need and why this is an important step for Apple.
A quick guide to how you can set up the productivity app, Alfred, on your Mac, how you can use it efficiently and almost everything that you can do with it.
iCloud was supposed to be leading the cloud storage pack, but it isn’t. Here are five simple steps Apple can take to vastly improve iCloud almost overnight.
Macs mean never having to code. But some OS X Terminal commands exist that are actually fun and useful on a daily basis. Here are 7 of them you should try.
A longtime Windows user has only good things to say about his new MacBook Air after using it thoroughly for several days. Includes many photos and a video.