There are more ways to get your media out in the public eye and in this week's Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out 3 that are sure to please. Whip, Tumblr, and Showyou.
Rumors suggest that Apple may be launching a subscription music service soon, but an interview with Beats Audio CEO Jimmy Iovine Thursday indicates that Mr. Iovine pressed Apple CEO Steve Jobs on such a service over ten years ago. The late tech visionary was not keen on paying the high costs demanded by the record labels, however, and was willing to wait until the fees became more reasonable.
Making some changes in your life? In this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out three iOS tools that may help. Pinterest, Snapguide, and Realtor.
In This last article of the year Vern Seward offers his top ten iOS freebies. Check it out!
Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch were popular gifts this year if App Store sales are any indication. Sales for Christmas day jumped 87 percent compared to the rest of the month, according to data from Distmo, and iPad and iPad mini app sales saw the biggest jump.
Today TMO forum members are talking about their favorite iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps -- and there are plenty. Head on over to the forums and let us know what your must-have apps are on your iOS device.
Apple released iOS 6.0.2 on Tuesday. The patch notes say simply that the update, "Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi."
Our iOS devices come equipped with various radio transmitters that provide communications on various services and frequencies. Learn more about how your device communicates via these built-in radios and how you can manage, control and disable them when the need arises.
The worry about life's changes weighing heavily on your mind? Vern Seward shows you how to lighten the load with 3 free iOS apps in this week's Free on iTunes. Unstuck, Cooliris, and The Economist: The World in 2013.
Both Safari on the Mac and the iOS version have a way to jump back multiple steps in your Web browsing, without you having to pound on your back button. In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to explain how it works. Punch and pie won't be served within, but you may learn something, which is at least 10 percent as good as punch and pie.
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