Online Radio in iTunes

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Internet radio is awesome. You can listen to music, talk shows and more free of charge. But in order to listen to internet radio, you need a good source of stations as well as a radio player. Luckily for us Mac users, it’s built into our Macs, all you have to do is find it. […]

iPod Touch 4G Case Review: Speck Candyshell

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While the iPod Touch is a pretty durable device with it’s metal back, it’s definitely not scratch proof. To prevent your iPod from getting majorly scratched in your laptop bag, you may want to consider purchasing a protective case. And while there are a ton of cases on the market, a lot of them are […]

GrowlVoice: Google Voice On The Mac

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If you’re unaware, Google Voice is a service in which you’re given a secondary phone number that you can use to forward calls to from multiple phone lines–such as from your iPhone and work phone.┬áNot only is Google Voice great for calling, it is also great for sending free text messages. In fact, after using […]

Saving Battery Life on Your MacBook – Energy Saver Settings

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If you’re often on the go, you probably know the pain of trying to find an outlet when your MacBook runs out of battery. While we wish MacBook batteries would last forever, they won’t no matter how hard we try. However, you can make your MacBook’s battery last longer by properly configuring your Energy Saver […]

How to View Your iCloud Backups

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If you backup your iOS devices to iCloud, you may want to see how much iCloud storage each device is using. In order to do this, you will need to find your iCloud Settings within iOS or OS X. In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to do just that. This tutorial does […]

Private Browsing – iOS 5

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While iOS 5 brought a lot of major features such as iCloud, an enhanced mail app and iMessaging, it also brought a plethora of minor tweaks such as private browsing in mobile Safari. While this may seem like a small feature to some, it’s extremely useful for security freaks and people who share iOS devices. […]

Configuring Siri Settings

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Ever since I bought my iPhone 4S, I’ve been amazed at how awesome Siri is. Siri is a personal voice assistant which you can use to manage your phone, send emails and text messages, and perform a number of other functions. In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to configure Siri on your […]

Top Free Antivirus Software for Mac

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If you’ve recently made the switch to Mac, one of the first things that you should do is download and install an antivirus program. Yes, viruses are not as abundant on Macs as they are on PCs. However, Mac viruses are out there, and over the past few years, they have become a bit more […]

Test Your Hard Drive Speeds

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One major bottleneck that can slow down your Mac is your drive speed. Different hard drives and solid state drives have different drive speeds and some can be better than others. If your Mac is running slow, you may want to check your drive speeds and decide if a new drive would be to your […]

RAM Upgrade Instructions for Your Mac

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If your Mac is running slow, chances are you need a RAM upgrade. RAM is crucial to your Mac’s performance because it allows you to multitask and keep multiple applications open at once. If you would like to upgrade your Mac’s RAM, you need to do a couple things beforehand. First off, you need to […]