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iPhone headphones do much more than provide sound.  Below are links to a video and text that outline 10 hidden headphone controls that will make your life much easier! Check out this three-minute video that shows how to use the 10 controls. If you’d rather read about them, check out the text here. You can […]

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The New York Times has a great blog on personal technology called Gadgetwise.  I highly recommend it.  According to their website:  “Gadgetwise is a blog about everything related to buying and using tech products. From figuring out which gadget to buy and how to get the best deal on it to configuring it once it’s […]

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You may have heard of Siri, Apple’s intelligent “personal assistant” that allows you to use your voice with your iPhone 4S to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. However, not all of us have access to Siri (or even want to). Did you know that Google has a free app for both […]

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Use DifferenceBetween.com to learn the differences between any two things.  It can range from something as simple as the difference between a motel and a hotel or a food processor and a blender, or as complicated as the difference between the iPad 2 and the iPad 3.  Enter the two terms (or items) in the […]

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If you’ve never used two monitors, you’re missing out on a great productivity tool. After using two monitors for so many years, it would be very hard for me to go back to just one monitor. One of the things I miss most when I travel is the ability to use a second monitor. Enter […]

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To conserve its battery, your iPhone will automatically turn off in a short period of time if you’re not actively using it. This means that if you’re trying to follow directions using Google Maps, your phone will keep turning itself off and you will have to keep turning it back on. Here’s how to change […]

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Adobe released Adobe Reader for iDevices and Android phones, a free application available from the App Store and Android Market in a very quick download. The application starts with “Getting Started with Adobe Reader,” a tutorial explaining the Adobe Reader interface. Even if you have a PDF application on your mobile device, add this one […]

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The good news is devices have much more storage than ever. The bad news is you need more storage. Here’s how to figure out how much storage capacity there is, and how much you have left. On an iPhone: Choose Settings, then General, then About. Now you can see how many songs, videos, apps, and […]

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