Apple is poised to start offering an in-store trade-in program, but consumers already have plenty of options to turn their old iPhone into cash—enough, in some cases, to get their next one for free.... Read More
To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone’s Obsessed With
What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a decentralized, anonymous, digital-only currency that’s lately gotten a lot of public attention.
But this isn’t some brand new invention — Bitcoin was originally developed in 2008.
In 2008, someone using the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto” published a paper... Read More
Yesterday evening in New York City, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy S4 smartphone. Obvious questions arise. Is it a good option for business users? And, how does it compare to Apple’s iPhone?
Here’s a look at some of the most important features and how the Samsung Galaxy S4 stacks up:
Screen: The S4’s five-inch touchscreen is
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For serious typing sessions—or if you just can’t get the hang of the iPad’s onscreen keyboard—an external keyboard offers the tactile advantages of real keys without sacrificing the iPad’s portability and touchscreen features.
The iPad supports almost any Bluetooth keyboard, but there are many, many keyboards on the market that are specifically made for use with the iPad. These tend to... Read More
Mozilla has published details of the first smartphones to be powered by its Firefox operating system.
Two handsets are to be made by a small Spanish firm called Geeksphone and will be targeted at developers ahead of the system’s formal launch.... Read More
I am sure most of you are actively planning how to get through 2013 with even more success. This will often involve how to avoid repeating bad habits and unsuccessful engagements. To help you get a good start and be as successful as possible with fulfilling your New Yeah resolutions, I have made a categorized collection of useful iPhone apps. I have handpicked the apps, and they have great... Read More
It’s the holidays and the special Apple fans in your life have their fingers crossed for some new gadgets to unwrap. But you’ve got a problem: The bank account isn’t quite robust enough to pay full price for an iPhone 5 or the latest Mac. What to do?
Luckily, Macworld has you covered with a variety of suggestions for getting Apple gear in a cost-effective fashion, along with the pros and... Read More
The iPad’s king-size display is great for watching a movie by yourself, but it’s not so great for group screenings. Fortunately, getting it working with the HDTV in your living room for impromptu movie nights, vacation photo slideshows, or YouTube viral video marathons isn’t difficult.
Depending on your... Read More
Apps for accepting customer credit cards on mobiledevices such as smartphones and tablets are becoming big business. Take for instance San Francisco-based mobile payments startup Square, which recently inked a deal with Starbucks to process all... Read More
Amid thousands of Google options Play, select a list of applications that are essential to the operating system giant’s Mountain View.
With the rapid popularization of the Android smartphone market, Google Play has grown exponentially, stuffed with more than 400,000 applications.... Read More