Review: GameVice for iPhone

Console level gaming at your fingertips

BeatsX: X-traordinarily Unique

Feel the Beat of the Drum:

Review: Phillips Hue LightStrip Plus

-Lighting the Strip to a Brighter Future:

Review: Phillips Hue Starter Kit

Phillips is a widely known brand for light bulbs and other electronics all over the world. On October 29th, 2012 the company put their name out there yet again; Introducing Hue: Personal Wireless Lighting. These smart, energy efficient light bulbs… Continue Reading →

Review: Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock

Now, this product has been around for a while, but with a deal like this I finally had to get my hands on one. I was walking through target a few days ago and saw this product discounted half price… Continue Reading →

iTunes Connect Down for the Holidays

Today, December 15th, 2016, Apple shared with developers their holiday schedule. The memo states “we will not be accepting new app or app update submissions from December 23 to 27 (Pacific Time)”, so if you’d like to see an update… Continue Reading →

WatchOS 3.1.1 hits your watch like a brick

Apple has officially pulled watchOS 3.1.1 after reports of the software bricking AppleWatch Series 2 models. It is not yet certain when Apple will push an update to fix this problem, but we do know that the tech giant has… Continue Reading →

Review: 9.7 Inch iPad Pro

Mobile portability is the future of computing; tablets and laptops now lead the market for both everyday consumers and businesses alike as the number one tool to “get it done” while on the go. With this in mind we decided… Continue Reading →

TeamApple Live – September Keynote

On Friday, Apple Inc sent out invitations for their September 7th Keynote Event to presumably talk about iOS 10, watchOS 3, iPhone 7/7 Plus, and Apple Watch 2. Being the 10th anniversary of iPhone, and the first update to Apple… Continue Reading →

Dear Walmart and CVS; Get with the program!

Over the course of this summer, Walmart released Walmart Pay. This app lets users create an account on Walmart’s website, enter your card information, and allows users to use Walmart Pay, which is essentially scanning a QR code to pay… Continue Reading →

Mini Review: Steve Jobs Watch

I acquired this watch over a week ago from a third-party seller on Amazon. Although there were some issues with the payment (not on my end, but the seller’s), I will be doing a review of this here because I… Continue Reading →

Opinion: How to Make Medical ID Better

In iOS 8, Apple brought yet another stock app to the iPhone’s home screen, this one being called “Health.” It allows a user to track their steps, miles, and calories one has eaten in one day. There is another feature… Continue Reading →

Is the iPad Pro Really a Laptop Replacement?

Apple has stated multiple times that the new 12 and 9.7-inch iPad Pros are designed to be a PC or laptop replacement. Although users can buy a keyboard and Apple Pencil as add-on accessories to make the experience even more… Continue Reading →

Opinion: My Top 5 Favorite AppleTV Apps

Although I do not own the newest Apple TV 4th Generation, I still do own the Apple TV 3rd Generation, which given its simple and revolutionary interface, it’s still a good product to own. With that said, here are my… Continue Reading →

Pay: The Upgrade All Stores Need

Retail stores within the past 15 years have always had the three options for payment: cash, credit/debit card, and/or check. However, NFC payment systems such as Apple Pay are quickly changing the game, allowing for customers to pay for things… Continue Reading →

Opinion: My Two Most Anticipated Features of macOS Sierra

Just last month at Apple’s WWDC event, the company unveiled the new Mac operating system, which will be called macOS Sierra. With this update came many new features, but there are a couple that I have my eye on that… Continue Reading →

iOS App Review: Pokémon Go

A little over three weeks ago, Niantic Developers and The Pokémon Company released the latest Augmented Reality (AR) Game for iOS and Android; Pokémon Go. As nostalgic as this game is, you of course want to be the very best… Continue Reading →

iOS 9.3.3/iOS 10 Beta 3: What You Need to Know

On Monday iOS 9.3.3 was finally released to the public and is now available via an OTA software download. We highly recommend that you update to iOS 9.3.3 as it includes a number of bug fixes, stability enchantments, and enhanced… Continue Reading →

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