toggle

AAPL Stock: 113.29 ( + 0.37 )

Subscribe to this page now.

Rumor Roundup: the September 9 event gossip scorecard

08/28, 4:57pm

Our grades for the likelihood of various whispers and scuttlebutt

So now that it is finally confirmed that Apple has chosen September 9 for its big event, and a different venue than usual to accommodate more press and that requires some street closures for a likely outdoor component (which hints strongly that something unexpected is up), the rumors are again flying about what we should expect to see at the event. Let's have a look at what's being whispered about, and a (speculative) look at the odds any of it will happen.

more

Daily Deals: Kingston SSD bundle, Onkyo A/V receiver, 24-inch display

08/28, 3:08pm

Online deal highlights for August 28, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive deals on the list include a pair of 120GB SSDs for $85, a 24-inch Monoprice gaming monitor for $160, and an Onkyo 5.2-channel receiver for $180.

more

App Update: VueScan, LibreOffice, TunnelBear, more

08/28, 12:01pm

App Update for Aug 28, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to VueScan, LibreOffice, TunnelBear, NepTunes, Ringtone Adder, and ScreenSleeves.

more

Back to School gift guide: for the student

08/28, 11:42am

Parents may get to relax, but the students back to school know the grind

Kids headed back to school has been a lucrative market for ages, and this year is no different. There's always been the need for television and music. Additionally this year's crop, like every other for the last 15 years, is digital, connected, and with these come an insatiable need for power to charge these devices. We've got ideas for the back to school crowd, to keep things organized, drown out the noise of the neighbors, and just to get things done.

more

MacNN Deals: Three software offers to improve your Mac

08/28, 9:54am

Increase productivity, organize your iTunes music with MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the offers available on our own MacNN Deals store. Today, we are highlighting some software offers, including one way to easily maintain or repair your Mac, an app to organize your iTunes library, and a bundle of nine apps to help you become more productive.

more

Pointers: Getting Things Done with Apple Gear - Conclusion

08/28, 8:58am

Use these tools and get going

It's a big job, Getting Things Done. David Allen's clever system takes effort but it actually works and despite all the work you have to put into it, you do tend find yourself feeling lighter than you used to. Fewer things are pressing on your mind because you're handling them all. If the hardest part of GTD is keeping at it then we'd say the second hardest part is understanding Allen's corporate language. Hopefully we've dealt with translating that all week – including yesterday's coverage of the single most vital part of GTD – but now we want you to go do things. We want you to do them with our recommendations of specific Apple technologies and software.

more

Hands On: Workflow 1.3 (iOS)

08/28, 8:31am

Small but revolutionary update

Once again, this app has had the tiniest of point number updates from 1.2 to become Workflow 1.3 but what it's added is hugely significant. Previously we've reviewed this and we've tried it out and we have completely understood that it is a marvel of automation for your iPhone and iPad. Intellectually, we understood that it meant you could speed up things, make a single button that launched complicated sequences involving different apps. We understood all this intellectually – but now because of just one of the new features, we get it.

more

Briefly: Square Appointments, (Apple) PayAnywhere launches

08/27, 9:00pm

Square launches service, iPhone app for client booking management

Payment firm Square has introduced a new service and iOS-only app, both called Appointments, that is aimed at businesses that rely on client bookings, such as (for example) a cleaning service or landscaping firm. The iOS app is free, but the service costs $30 per month for one user, $50 per month for two- to five-person teams, and $90 a month for unlimited employees or owners. For those who use Square Register to accept credit-card payments, the service connects to that automatically.

more

Daily Deals: Bose SoundTrue, 32GB Flash Drive, Destiny: The Taken King

08/27, 2:34pm

Online deal highlights for August 27, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive deals on the list include Bose SoundTrue headphones for $80, $10 off the Destiny: The Taken King pre-order price, and a 32GB Kingston DataTraveler flash drive for $12.

more

App Update: PopChar X, formZ, VirtualBox, MainStage, more!

08/27, 1:15pm

App Update for Aug 27, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to PopChar X, formZ, VirtualBox, FileMaker Pro, File Juicer, and Apple MainStage.

more

Back to School gift guide for the newly freed adults

08/27, 12:07pm

Looking at little things you can give yourself, in the absence of children

Kids are great -- except when they aren't. The fall is fabulous for many reasons, not the least of which is sending the munchkins off to be educated for the day, and off to college for the older set. Yeah, kids are the future, but parental freedom is good -- and necessary too. In this gift guide, we look at a few options for parents sending their entire brood off to school.

more

Facebook starts public testing of 'M' digital assistant in Messenger

08/27, 8:14am

Digital assistant M helps users purchase goods, services within Messenger app

Facebook has started to publicly test its own attempt at a digital assistant to its users, as previously rumored. Codenamed Moneypenny but now known as "M", the assistant exists within Facebook Messenger for a small number of users, and allows them to complete various shopping-based tasks on the user's behalf, such as acquiring and delivering gifts to family members, booking a table at a restaurant, making travel arrangements, and other similar services.

more

Pointers: Getting Things Done with Apple Gear, part 5: Review

08/27, 8:01am

The most important and least-used part of GTD

If anyone ever manages to collate some statistics about Getting Things Done, the productivity cult (nee methodology) of David Allen, there are some figures that are certain to be there. For a start, the number of people who begin using GTD and give up will be high. Equally, though, the customer satisfaction rating for those who stick with it will be enormous. You can just bet, however, that a giant number of GTD users skip one feature. For once, software is not the brilliant help we've been saying it is all week: even To Do apps often leave out this part. Yet the Review is crucial to every single thing that is good about Getting Things Done.

more

Daily Deals: Audio-Technica microphone, 3D printer, Pebble smartwatch

08/26, 2:43pm

Online deal highlights for August 26, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive deals on the list include a 3D printer for $700, a refurbished Pebble smartwatch for $70, and a bundle including an Audio-Technica microphone and an acoustic enclosure for $200.

more

Living With: freelance writing and Apple Music

08/26, 2:08pm

Learning a lesson and hammering on the keys with help from Apple Music

This is my 20th year of freelancing, I think. Could be 21st. Maybe 22nd. It's funny how leaving regular employment was a mountain when it was ahead of me, but not even a hill in retrospect. Whenever I did it, though, I've now had at least two decades of working from home, plus very often fitting in with many different offices. A week-long project in a book publisher's building, one day a week at a magazine's office, running mentoring sessions in people's homes, workshops at festivals, and once doing a thing in an abbey. Call me stupid, but it's taken the new Apple Music service to make me realize that across every place I went, I had to adapt to different attitudes to music.

more

App Update: OSXFuse, RapidWeaver, SnappyApp, more

08/26, 1:05pm

App Update for Aug 26, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to CrossFTP, Cyberduck, ClipWrap, Feeder, Leaf, and 4D.

more

Pointers: Getting Things Done with Apple Gear, part 4 -- Waiting

08/26, 10:49am

When no one else is using GTD but you

So, Getting Things Done is this book and methodology and cult about being productive. It is brilliant but it's also a bit needlessly impenetrable and GTD assumes you have little or no technology. We assume you have lots. Continuing this week's special Pointers on Getting Things Done with Apple gear – here's yesterday's piece on actually doing things, it's time to meet those people who aren't doing this. Those people you depend upon who are not as organised as you. It's time to do what you can to at least stop them derailing all your good work.

more

Apple loses German patent decision on 'swipe-to-unlock'

08/25, 10:49pm

Ruling benefits Lenovo, Android generally, though patent no longer infringed

One of the lynchpins of Apple's original court challenges against Android was set aside in a European court on Tuesday, as a top patent court in German ruled that the European version of Apple's "swipe-to-unlock" feature for the iPhone "was already suggested by the state of the art" at the time, and should not have been granted patent-level status.

more

Apple's Logic Pro jumps to 10.2, includes Alchemy soft synth

08/25, 3:53pm

New version also features more presets, filters, modulation sources, more

On Tuesday, Apple issued a major update of its pro audio software Logic Pro X, now incorporating the Alchemy soft synthesizer from its takeover of Camel Audio and adding new loops, filters, presets, modulation sources, and ways to more easily find and control them. Alchemy and some of the other improvements added to Logic Pro X have also been incorporated into MainStage, now at version 3.2 with the Alchemy synth in it as well.

more

Daily Deals: Samsung 1TB SSD, backlit gaming keyboard, tri-band router

08/25, 2:30pm

Online deal highlights for August 25, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive items from yesterday include a 1TB SSD from Samsung for $309, a refurbished Asus Tri-Band router for $189, and a $20 backlit gaming keyboard.

more

App Update: Xmplify, Musictube, CopyDrop, more

08/25, 2:05pm

App Update for Aug 25, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Amplify, Musictube, CopyDrop, TextBar, LaunchControl, and Mac App Blocker.

more

VMware Fusion 8, Pro ships today with Windows 10 support

08/25, 10:49am

Graphical improvements, OS X El Capitan support included in Fusion 8

VMware has released an update to its Fusion virtualization tool series, introducing Windows 10 support for the first time. Unveiled one week after Parallels performed a similar launch, Fusion 8 and the more advanced Fusion 8 Pro variant are both able to provide access to Windows 10 from within OS X, as well as including support for OS X El Capitan both as the host operating system and as a virtual machine, so the public beta can be tested without disrupting the existing OS X installation.

more

Pointers: Getting Things Done with Apple Gear -- part 3, Doing Stuff

08/25, 8:11am

Three parts in and finally we're doing our To Do list

Previously... David Allen's Getting Things Done is a superb methodology for doing things, getting through your work and not going home at the end of the day defeated by your To Do list. It's so effective that GTD has become a cult –– but its creator is a corporate kind of guy and he prefers paper. We're less corporate and far more technology-addicted. So this week-long series is about what Getting Things Done really does and what Mac and iOS tools you can best use for it.

more

Briefly: sixth Xcode 7 beta, Cook to speak at BoxWorks conference

08/24, 8:15pm

New beta includes support for latest iOS 9, OS X 10.11, watchOS 2 betas

On Monday, Apple alerted developers that a new beta of Xcode 7 was now available, the sixth beta of the IDE program. The new build, 7A192o, includes an XCTest user interface testing tool, and fixes issues with watchOS app installation protocols and Xcode source control management. The beta also updates its support for forthcoming iOS, watchOS and OS X versions and the latest betas of same.

more

App Update: MoneyWell, Shapes, IconFly, more

08/24, 7:24pm

App Update for Aug 24, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to MoneyWell, Shapes, IconFly, Impression, Horcrux Email Backup, PhotoSweeper, and RapidWeaver.

more

Living With: Windows 95 at 20

08/24, 3:49pm

Microsoft's hit operating system is two decades old

Memory is such a funny thing. Reportedly, Windows 95 was made generally available on August 24, 1995, but I so clearly remember it only just squeaking in to the tail end of that year. I remember thinking that's typical Microsoft, and also typical of the then-idiotic fashion of naming your software after the year. That never really caught on outside Microsoft (various versions of the iLife and iWork suites excepted).

more

Daily Deals: Sony Micro Music System, AOC Monitor, Narrative Clip

08/24, 2:46pm

Online deal highlights for August 24, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive items from last week include a Sony Micro Music System for $115, a 24-inch AOC monitor for $110, and a Narrative Clip wearable automatic camera for $100.

more

Hands On: Celtx script (iOS, OS X)

08/24, 8:16am

The cheap alternative to Final Draft goes free on iOS

It turns out that Celtx is practically a platform rather than just one single piece of software: it's a system for film and video production that begins with a scriptwriting app and goes on up into storyboarding and other things we're not going to look at. For you only seem to realise all this when you finally cave in and wonder what the name means. Until then what you think of as Celtx is actually called Celtx script 2.9 and it's a word processor for screenwriters.

more

Forums: Safari crashing, iCloud mail issues and more

08/21, 7:37pm

Safari crashing, iCloud mail issues and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members troubleshoot problems ranging from Safari crashing to iCloud mail issues and more. Today, one Fresh-Faced Recruit is looking for answers as to why Safari keeps quitting unexpectedly every day at the same time, and has provided crash reports.

more

Daily Deals: MacBook Air 13.3-inch, TrendNet router, Jawbone Up

08/21, 4:01pm

Online deal highlights for August 21, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive items from this week include the Jawbone Up for $25, a refurbished MacBook Air 13.3-inch for $1,020, and a TrendNet dual-band router for just $13. Now with a new updated layout for easier reading!

more

App Update: Acorn, Mail Pilot, HandsFree, more

08/21, 1:29pm

App Update for Aug 21, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Acorn, Mail Pilot, HandsFree, VirtualC64, Waltr, and Gemini.

more

Hands On: Twitter 3.1.0 (OS X)

08/21, 11:22am

Spot the difference if you can

Update Sorry, we got our version numbers mixed up while researching countless different Twitter apps. The official one is Twitter 3.1.0, and the following article has been updated to reflect that.

There is only one Twitter, there's only one official Twitter application for Mac, and it's just got an update to Twitter 3.1.0. We've rather ignored it for ages, so in the face of this latest update, we took a look -- and the only new update is that this release adds the ability for you to send Direct Messages of greater than 140 characters. That's it.

more

Briefly: Xfinity Share for all Comcast customers, O2 network upgrade

08/21, 10:51am

Comcast makes Xfinity Share streaming app available to all subscribers

Comcast is extending access to an app that allows users to stream from their mobile devices to an X1 DVR-ready set-top box to all subscribers. The app, Xfinity Share for iOS and Android, can be used to broadcast photographs, recorded videos, and live video streams from a smartphone to a suitable cable box, and it is also possible to share the stream with another subscriber's TV. Slashgear reports the app was originally available to just Triple Play package customers, but now it can be used by any Comcast voice, video, home, and Internet subscriber.

more

Hands On: Commander One 1.0.1232 (OS X)

08/21, 9:22am

File management app for keyboard fans

The Commander One website, and all the company's press releases about the product, give a little wink and say that the software should remind people of a certain unnamed application. All we can think of is Norton Commander (NC) and yes, Commander One 1.0.1232 does look an awful lot like that ancient application. Of course "ancient" is relative but, come on, Norton Commander was around in the mid-1980s. Just as Apple was first making us point and click with mice, NC was all about the keyboard, and all about looking like DOS. You may be too young to remember DOS and if so, we hate you. At the time, we were young, and we hated DOS.

more

Pointers: Getting Things Done with Apple Gear -- Introduction

08/21, 8:01am

The OS X and iOS guide to getting productive

Perhaps you know this, but there is a productivity system, a methodology, called Getting Things Done which was invented by David Allen in the 1990s, and introduced to the world in his book. It's about handling all your work, about coping with lots of tasks and ultimately, yes, about getting things done. Allen is a spectacularly clever man, and his methods -- honed over years of working with corporate types under pressure -- are genuinely useful and we'd even go so far as to say brilliant. They take effort to master, but they're simple to understand and they are very effective, to the extent that GTD, as it's known, has its evangelists. So we're just about to annoy most of them.

more

Chrome 46 for Mac claimed to have major performance improvements

08/21, 6:40am

Upcoming update for Chrome browser helps reduce memory, battery usage on Mac

An upcoming update to Google Chrome may allow MacBook users to use their batteries for longer, according to a report. Version 46 is said to have made a number of improvements to the Google-produced browser to solve persistent complaints about the software, including how much memory it uses and other factors that negatively affect the battery life on Mac systems, as well as the overall speed of the browser.

more

Daily Deals: 5TB external drive, 22-inch AOC monitor, TiVo Roamio DVR

08/20, 2:41pm

Online deal highlights for August 20, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive items from this week include a refurbished TiVo Roamio DVR for $35, an AOC 22-inch monitor from $70, and a 5TB external Seagate drive for $120. Now with a new updated layout for easier reading!

more

App Update: Texpad, PhoneView, To-do Lists, more

08/20, 12:58pm

App Update for Aug 20, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Texpad, PhoneView, To-do Lists, Reflector, iFFmpeg, and Tweetbot for Mac.

more

Apple reveals data sources for upcoming Apple Maps Transit function

08/20, 7:07am

List of 20 companies provides transit data covering ten cities

A recently-spotted change to the Apple Maps acknowledgements page has revealed a list of sources for the upcoming Transit feature. A total of 20 companies have been listed on the page, with each providing Apple with information relating to public transport schedules and other data that will be offered to Apple Maps users in the future, when iOS 9 is released for download by the public.

more

Apple re-releases seventh developer, fifth public beta of OS X 10.11

08/20, 6:41am

Public version was briefly released on Tuesday before being pulled

On Wednesday, Apple re-released a fifth public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan for registered public testers, and debuted a slightly different built as the seventh developer beta of the forthcoming OS X upgrade. Public testers got build number 15A262e, while developers received 15A263e -- suggesting that the new public beta version is identical to the one accidentally released -- and then pulled -- on Tuesday.

more

Hands On: PowerPoint 2016 15.13.1 (OS X)

08/19, 2:08pm

Better than ever –– but still PowerPoint

We may like Excel 2016 a lot and think that Word 2016 is much improved but the summary for those and their stablemate PowerPoint 2016 is that you should definitely get them if you're already committed to the older versions. If problems with the older software are making you wary of continuing with Office, then what we're saying is you're right to look around but the 2016 versions are contenders. They're no longer mandatory, but they're contenders.

more

App Update: Kodi, Thunderbird, Dropbox, more

08/19, 1:30pm

App Update for Aug 19, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Kodi, Thunderbird, Dropbox, iMazing, Xrg, and OfficeTime.

more

Daily Deals: JBL Synchros, 40-inch RCA HDTV, 16GB RAM upgrade

08/19, 1:20pm

Online deal highlights for August 19, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. Aside from the new deals joining the still-alive items from this week, including a G.SKILL 16GB notebook memory upgrade for $75, a 40-inch RCA HDTV for $310, and JBL Synchros headphones for $50, we have also updated the layout of the post, sorting it into categories to make it easier to read.

more

MacNN Deals: Three software bundles to boost your Mac's productivity

08/19, 11:14am

Edit PDFs, monitor Wi-Fi networks, optimize your system with MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the offers available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today, we are highlighting software you can acquire quite cheaply, including a useful PDF editor, a bundle of Koingo Mac apps, and a pay-what-you-want collection of Mac software aimed at power users.

more

Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac ships with Windows 10 support

08/19, 6:59am

Cortana accessible from Mac desktop in latest Parallels release

Parallels has launched a new version of its virtualization software with support for Windows 10. Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac brings a number of speed improvements to the software among other features, including the previously-rumored ability to verbally access Cortana, Microsoft's own digital assistant included within Windows 10, from anywhere on the Mac desktop if Parallels is still running in the background.

more

LaCie online backup solution Wuala closing November 15

08/18, 9:16pm

Online offering from LaCie never gained traction, losing money

LaCie partner and online storage company Wuala is shutting down. In a blog post to customers, the company said that customers can no longer purchase storage, or renew existing accounts. The company will have full service only through September 30, with no service at all, including loss of data on November 15.

more

App Update: Immortal Files, Up, Sling, more

08/18, 2:08pm

App Update for Aug 18, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Immortal Files, Up, Sling, Camptune X, Photo GeoTag, Leap, and Disk Xray.

more

Daily Deals: iPad Air 64GB, Fitbit Charge HR, iTunes Credit

08/18, 2:00pm

Online deal highlights for August 18, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. Aside from the new deals joining the still-alive items from yesterday, including a 64GB iPad Air for $400, a $120 Fitbit Charge HR, and 20 percent off iTunes codes, we have also updated the layout of the post, sorting it into categories to make it easier to read.

more

Apple releases, pulls fifth public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan

08/18, 1:49pm

Updates of iOS, watchOS may follow; latest version currently developer-only

On Tuesday, Apple released a fifth beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan for public beta testers, then quickly pulled it. The new release came exactly two weeks after the previous one, but was curiously not preceded by a similar seventh developer beta, which may be part of the reason the update was removed. A developer beta, along with a public-tester version, will likely be re-released soon. Currently, El Capitan is expected to be released sometime in September, alongside the latest iPhones, iPads, and iOS 9.

more

Hands On: Evernote Web Client

08/18, 10:26am

Best-looking Evernote version now out of beta

If you go down to evernote.com today, you're reasonably sure of a big surprise. For the last few months, there has been a beta test of a new Evernote version, and from this week it's out of beta. It's only available on desktop computers: on iPhones and iPads, you have to use the iOS apps. The company says it will take time to roll out to everyone, but the new Evernote Web Client is here and/or coming, and it is far more elegant than its name.

more

Advertisement

Connect with Us

FREE Apple, iPhone and Mac Newsletter

  • We will not share your email address with anyone.

    Follow us on Facebook

    toggle

    Most Popular

    Advertisement

    Recent Reviews

    ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector

    Home theaters are becoming more and more accessible these days, but maybe you've been a bit wary about buying a home projector. And h ...

    MSI Geforce GTX 970 100ME

    When Nvidia announced a new line of video cards in September 2014, many people thought things would continue to be business as usual i ...

    Wren V5US Wireless Sound System

    If you're a music fanatic, chances are you are, by extension, a bit fanatical about what you listen to your music on. If you're like ...

    toggle

    Most Commented