Giving someone your business card is an invitation to connect on a professional level – so why not make the exchange of business cards synonymous with connecting on the world’s largest professional network, LinkedIn? With LinkedIn’s new deeper integration with Evernote, passing your business card to a new contact becomes the real-life equivalent of connecting… Continue reading Now Use Business Cards and LinkedIn to Create Awesome Contacts in Evernote
If you’re due for a new laptop, today’s news could make you very happy. On the other hand, if you recently bought a MacBook Air, you have reason to be fairly pissed. Apple announced today a simultaneous upgrade and price cut for its entire MacBook Air line of thin laptops, making its cheapest offering now… Continue reading Now Buy a New, Faster MacBook Air for $100 Cheaper
If you’re a Skype user, today’s news from Microsoft should thrill you. In an effort to please users and make its service more competitive, Skype has made group video calling free for all Windows desktop, Mac OS X and Xbox One users, with more platforms coming soon. Group video calling has been available to Skype… Continue reading Now You Can Group Video Call on Skype – for Free
Taking on Evernote in the fierce battle to become the ultimate universal note-taking and organization app, Microsoft is bringing free versions of its OneNote app to Mac and Windows. Microsoft has also opened up its cloud API so third-party developers can build OneNote integration into their apps and services. OneNote for Mac Users who requested… Continue reading Microsoft’s OneNote Comes to Mac, Releases Cloud API for Third-Party Developers
Apple is looking to bring its popular iTunes music festival to the US for the first time with five nights of concerts planned for this year’s South By Southwest interactive media and music festival. The shows will feature big time bands like Imagine Dragons, Coldplay and Zedd. The festival will be available for live streaming… Continue reading Apple to Host First US iTunes Music Festival at SXSW
Apple device sales have finally surpassed Windows PC sales. But the competition for dominance is not over thanks to Android.
Just a day and 50 years ago, on February 9, 1964, as much as 60% of the American population tuned in to the Ed Sullivan Show to watch The Beatles perform live for their first major public appearance. Today, Apple TV inspires the population to once again turn on the TV to watch the four… Continue reading Apple TV Releases New Channel for Reliving The Beatles’ Glory
Just under 3.5 million iPods were sold this past holiday season compared to 33.8 million iPhones, according to Apple’s 2013 Q4 sales numbers. In fact iPod sales aren’t doing so hot, with a 35% year over year decrease in iPod sales. Looking at these numbers, it’s obvious that the iPod’s popularity is waning, especially when… Continue reading A Case to Save the iPod