Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Google’s discontinuation of the Google Reader product, a new breathalyzer for your smartphone called Breathometer, iMacs with VESA mounts, CBS’s new iOS app available now, and the 10.8.3 update from Apple… finally.
Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Google Glass’ compatibility with the iPhone, MYO Wristband as the controller of the future, and iFixit’s new Tablet Repairability list.
Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss the recent release of Google Maps, Tim Cook’s appearance on Rock Center with Brian Williams, Apple’s future in Television and a new app called Cycloramic.
Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Nokia’s new mapping software Here, Google Maps entering beta stages for iOS, push notification drama and the potential iPhone 5S release just around the corner.
I sat down to play with the Golden Master release of iOS 6 tonight so I could familiarize myself with the software before our customers download it next week. While the majority of my interactions have been perfectly good, there is one terrible experience that I’ve spent way too much time trying to figure out. [...]
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A popular Apple news blog – MacStores.com – noticed our Google sync instructions and included us in their blog post. We actually update all of our Google Instructions as we find newer, better information. We’ve reworded the articles a lot lately — after receiving feedback from several readers — to make the instructions easier to [...]
You may have noticed that we’ve been on a guide-creation-spree with Google Calendar, Google Contacts and Google Email (Gmail). We’ve already created the complete guide to Google Calendar Sync and a follow-up for Google Contact Sync… now we’re going to talk about Gmail. This is, by far, the easiest setup of the three. If you [...]
Last week, the last of the IPv4 addresses were given out to the companies who actually purchase them — Comcast, IBM, etc. This may not mean much to you right now but that’s actually a big deal in the world of the internet. Let’s step back and take a look at why IP addresses are [...]
Google Voice is a great product that allows you to use a secondary telephone number and forward it to your current phone. It transcribes voicemails, emails you if you miss a call, works for text messaging (not MMS) and allows you to place calls from your computer for free! Starting a Small Business? Just grab [...]