Have you noticed that you aren’t receiving as many catalogs in the mail these days? Most likely it isn’t because the stores are going green. Instead, look to the Internet as the likely culprit. Shoppers are less likely to open a paper catalog when they can do the same shopping on the Internet at any […]
Articles by Laura Tucker
It’s something that seems like it should be easy, but it isn’t. Working in Pages on an iPad, if you create a document you want to use later, the logical progression of thought is to save it as a .PDF and store it in iBooks. However, getting it there isn’t an easy process. It actually […]
We live in such a throwaway society, that it’s easier to discard used items rather than figure out what else to do with them. However, there’s also a big green push out there to recycle items, making it better for the planet in the long run. With your old Apple items, whether it be Macs, […]
It definitely seemed a little odd that Skype didn’t have a dedicated app for the iPad. Sure, the iPhone app worked, but it definitely wasn’t making good use of everything the iPad has to offer. It just seemed odd, as suddenly Skyping has become so big, it’s now considered a verb. Calling people through an […]
Trees all over the world should be rejoicing with all the technological advances. Books, magazines, and newspapers no longer have to be read on paper. They can be read via various electronic methods. One popular method is reading via a Kindle device, but iPads and iPhones also function as readers, specifically for magazines and newspapers. […]
The iPod app in iOS is one of the best app around. It allows you to search your music by artist, song, album, genre, composer and display lyrics while the music is playing. However, as good as it gets, it is still lacking the capability to add/edit the music info in your iPhone/iPad. Worst still, […]
OS X Lion, the most recent update to Apple Macintosh’s operating software has been hyped as one of the more radical updates to the OS X software since its original release. Overall, its biggest change is that it’s beginning to look more and more like iOS, the mobile operating software that runs iPhones and iPads.
There are so many photo apps for iPhone and iPad that it can be hard to know where to start looking. Simply type “photo” or “photo editing” in a search yields too many apps. I tried FX Photo Studio recently, and more than anything else, it’s just a lot of fun. If you’re looking for […]
Since buying an iPad 2, one of the questions I’m asked most frequently is if it can completely take the place of a computer. I’m not surprised people are asking that, as it’s the same thing I was asking before I bought it. As a writer, I’m literally on my computer from the time I […]
Some music and app fans enjoy the Genius function in iTunes, and some don’t. It’s gone through very limited changes since Apple added the function to iTunes in 2008. However, as devices have been added to the iTunes repertoire, they’ve arrived with iTunes and Genius, meaning everything that has iTunes also has the Genius capability.