The system cell phones use to transmit data is about to get a major upgrade. You may have already heard of this new 5G technology, especially if you’ve seen any recent advertisements for a big cell phone network, but what is it exactly? What is 5G? 5G stands for fifth generation. It is a new… Read more →
Use AirDrop, iCloud and USB cables to transfer media from your iPhone to your Mac.
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If you have an Android, GPS is likely already built into your phone. So, your Android can help you navigate, stay safe, learn about the weather and more. In order to offer you these perks, many Android apps track your location.
Believe it or not, a lot of your iPhone’s applications track where you are. Some applications
monitor where their users are and then sells the location data to advertising companies. Then, marketing entities can better serve you content based off
where you go and what you like to do. Although this is an invasion of privacy that can be harmful, worse things can happen when apps have access to your location. If a criminal hacks
an app, he or she can get ahold of your important data and steal your bank account information, know when you’ll be away from home and more. As a general rule of thumb, you don’t want your apps to know more than they have to know. Many users decide to let their apps only see their location while they’re using its features, protecting themselves and their sensitive information.
Have you just bought your first iPhone? Read this to quickly learn how to master its useful features like taking photos, connecting to your computer and keeping your data backed-up.
Whether heading off to college or elementary school, it can be difficult to know exactly what classroom technology your child needs. Here are some suggestions with real-world benefits that make learning more fun regardless of age.
The 45 to 65-year-old age group is the fastest growing demographic of “texters.” Albeit surprising at first, there are many reasons this group is quickly taking to mobile phones.