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The way Apple supplies the iPhone or iPad in its default state might not be for everybody, and there are a number of settings you might want to change immediately.
The Checkout might just be the best show on Australian television, delivering exceptional advice about the products we buy, the adverts we watch and the laws we forget exist.
If you like dinosaurs, LEGO and attempting to be a superstar DJ, this week’s iOS Apps on Sale is going to be especially relevant to your interests.
You can plug your guitar into your iPad or iPhone to record, process or simply capture inspiration as it comes to you, but you’ll need to invest in a guitar interface.
Learn the story and history behind famous paintings, with Khan Academy and the Google Art Project.
If you bought your iPhone direct from Apple, you’ve got an unlocked phone that’s good for use with any network. But what if you bought it through your mobile carrier?
Some weeks the app store has better sales than others, when seemingly everything is on sale, massively reduced or being given away for free.
Looking for some iPhone and iPad apps to enhance the time you spend with your four, six or more-stringed friend? Look no further.
YouTube’s talented community decided to have some fun with television advertising with some clever editing.
2014′s Mother’s Day App Store sales probably aren’t going to be of much interest to mom – but we’re grateful for them anyway.
What is this new Twitter profile all about? Activate it and make use of it!
It seems today that all you see are purchases in software, for in-app currency – but where are those “pay once, play forever” values on which we used to rely?
You won’t see this kind of reporting on the 6 o’clock news.
Everyone loves free or massively reduced stuff, right?
Adobe Illustrator might be the gold standard when it comes to vector software for the Mac, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to create crisp mock-ups and icons.