If you have missed the action of World Cup because you don’t have a TV subscription, here are some ways to watch World Cup 2014 live on iPhone, iPad, Android and Web.
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Apple released a new programming language – swift – back at WWDC 2014, here is what you need to know about it.
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Along with the latest beta versions of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite is a range of beautiful wallpapers. The good thing is, they are now available to download for all.
World Cup will be kick off in the next few days, luckily, there are several apps that let you capture every single moment and miss nothing from the World Cup.
Microsoft released Microsoft Office Mobile app for Android and iOS. Is it as good as the desktop version? Let’s check it out.
If you don’t want your contact list to be inmudated with hundreds of Facebook friends, here is an easy fix to remove Facebook contacts from your iPhone.
There may be instances when you need to wake up Mac remotely. Here is how you can do it with your iPhone.