Recent Articles By Sandro Cuccia [RSS]
Sometimes we call them Cursors. Most of the time, we call them Pointers. Whatever you call them, you look at them a lot. However, you often spend more time looking FOR them rather than AT them! Sandro Cuccia shows you how you can magnify your pointers and cursors, and improve your overall Mac Experience.
Sandro Cuccia continues his series on iPhone Photography mastery with yet another twenty-five awesome tips that are guaranteed to help you improve your own iPhone photography and go beyond simple silly selfies.
Have you ever wanted to create your own custom travel itinerary map? It turns out it's pretty easy, and it’s built into every Mac. Sandro Cuccia shows you how.
HDR (Hight Dynamic Range) is a big deal now with the release of iOS 7.1. But, what’s it all mean? Sandro Cuccia demystifies HDR, how it’s put to use on an iPhone, and why you should consider using it all the time.
You can set your iPad or iPhone to read selected text out loud for you. There are several great uses for this capability, and it supports multiple languages. Sandro Cuccia is here to tell you all about Speak Selection and how to enable it.
The iTunes Visualizer has been around since the very first version of iTunes. Sandro Cuccia helps you explore and get the most from this scantily documented feature that enhances your enjoyment of your iTunes music. Warning: Visualizer may cause drowsiness while working on your computer.
Continuing with his collection of killer tips, Sandro Cuccia offers twenty-five more tips that are guaranteed to help you improve your iPhone photography.
Sandro Cuccia continues to uncover handy, hidden features built into OS X. In this article, the Hot Corners feature includes a hidden method for avoiding the accidental and annoying triggering of actions.
Sandro Cuccia offers twenty-five tips that are guaranteed to help you improve your iPhone photography.
With Mavericks it’s a cinch to include a map and driving directions into an email. And, it’s all done automatically, directly from your personal contact card in the Contacts app. Sandro Cuccia shows you this cool new feature.