Posts Tagged ‘iphone’
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

The iPhone 5 is rumored to have NFC… is it true?  We chime in! 

Developments in modern technology never cease to amaze me. This is even truer when those developments allow for the progressive elimination of all that is cumbersome and excessive with current technology.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Wondering how to restrict what content your iPad 2 or iPhone 4 returns when you run a Spotlight Search?  You can! 

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

 

Did you know, that when using Safari to browse the web on your iPhone or iPad, you can ditch the URL extensions! There’s no need to type the “www.” or the “.com” into the search bar.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Wondering how a Virtual Desktop (ie: Desktops in the Cloud) works?  If you want to know how to access one, we have the details in video!

Virtual Desktops (aka cloud desktops) are the way of the future, and I felt that the best way to gain a true sense of appreciation for the “groundbreaking-ness” of a Cloud Desktop as a radical innovation is to see it in action. So Renee and I created a clear and concise video demonstration / tutorial of how to use an iPad and iPhone 4 (as a tether) to carry your desktop with you everywhere you go.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Wondering how to sync your iPad 2 /iPhone 4 bookmarks with your PC or Mac browser?  You can use iTunes to sync.  Just connect the device to iTunes.  Click on the iPad/ iPhone tab in  iTunes > Info > Other. Check ‘Sync bookmarks with’ and choose your preferred browser.  Simple!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Social Media is changing the landscape of, well… everything.  Even baking.  Check out these Social Media cookies!

My friend and fellow technologist Dawn Doherty re-tweeted this really awesome article by Katie Lance: An Impressive Example: Getting Social Media Right.  I thought Katie’s story was so phenomenal, I had to repost. 

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

The iPhone 4 / iPad 2 have enhanced camera functionality (FYI: the predecessor models had only one camera, while the new devices now actually have two: forward facing and rear facing).  The new cameras also have functionalities the old one did not, like:

Camera Flash
Open the Camera app; there’s a flash icon at the top left of the screen (looks like a lightning bolt).

 
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Sometimes our iPad 2 or iPhone 4 has 10 or more apps suspended but still running, draining battery life.  To close the apps, double click on the home button until the Shortcut Menu appears.  Now tap and hold on any shortcut icon until they begin to wiggle.  You’ll notice a red bar appear at the top left of each app that’s running.  Click on that bar to close the app.  It will shut it down and unpin it from the Shortcut Menu.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What is the best gadget for pets? For your dog, it is the Retrieva Collar, the world’s first tracking and anti-theft dog collar.  Using GPS technology, the Retrieva Collar will make sure Fido is never lost.  The collar locates your pet and displays the information to you via computer or cell phone.  Integrated, snug-fitting yet comfortable design, the collar is made of anti-cut webbing and includes automated tamper and anti–theft alerts.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Did you know that your iPad 2 and iPhone 4 has the capability to create folders?  If you’re an app fanatic, you may have pages full of app icons on your device.  Now you can neatly organize the icons into folders of your own design. 

 
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