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Safari on iOS is a smaller but very capable version of Apple's popular web browser on the Mac. Cory Bohon shows you a few hidden surprises in the newest iteration, iOS 8.
Jesus Vigo walks through the steps of creating a bootable USB installer for Apple's OS X Yosemite.
Google Apps offers a cheap and effective suite of apps for businesses or schools looking to move to the cloud. Here are 10 ways to improve your Google Apps experience.
Avoiding ANRs becomes a way of life when developing with the Android's SDK and UI Framework. Here's a quick tip for troubleshooting ANRs and keeping your app's UI responsive.
Take a tour of Apple's messaging capabilities, including mail support and operations on iOS devices and OS X systems using both Microsoft and Apple programs.
There are many dos and don'ts when it comes to promoting meaningful interactions with your company's help desk. Here are ten which will yield the best results on all sides.
Find out why Jack Wallen believes that Valve's Steam Box will help get Linux into the living rooms of the world. Do you agree?
Dragon Notes has potential, but with free editions of the same app available, it might be better to stick with the mobile version.
Regaining access to lost or corrupted Apple Mail is a common task for admins. From simple rebuilds to complex recovery operations, here are five levels of fixes you may be called o...
Simon Barnett continues his series on getting started with a fresh Mac. Here, he delivers tips on getting the most out of Finder windows to help you navigate and sort your files.