30 Days Of iOS Tips: Set A Different Alarm For Different...

My iPhone is my alarm clock, and it does a pretty good job at waking me up—er, most of the time. I'm not a...

Photoshop: Importing multiple images into multiple layers

Did you know that you can load multiple images into a whole bunch of layers in one Photoshop file? Well, if you said no,...

Apple TV Not Playing Movie Audio? Here’s How To Fix It

If you have an Apple TV that seems to play audio when you're clicking around the apps, but not actually playing audio for films,...

Tip: Reopen Accidentally Closed Tabs In Safari and Google Chrome

We've all been there, knee deep in our research when we accidentally close a window or tab, or even close out an application entirely...

Syncing Safari Tabs Between iOS Devices, Macs

Even though iCloud isn't perfect, it has proven to be extremely useful when syncing content from your Mac to iOS devices. An example of...

Good Morning, Your Mac Keeps A Log Of All Your Downloads

The terminal is a pretty powerful tool in Mac OS X. Hardcore server nuts can fly through preferences and settings tweaks without ever touching...

Adding a New Location to your $PATH Variable within Terminal

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31 Days Of OS X Tips: Remove Words From Your User...

If you’re not careful, you can accidentally click Add to Dictionary when running OS X's built-in spell checker. You then have to contend with...

Did you know that you can SHIFT LOCK your iPhone and...

Tapping around my iPhone today, I stumbled on to something so obvious that I couldn't believe I never noticed it before: You can Shift...

Tuesday Tips: Turn Off Dashboard Altogether In Yosemite

For most of us, it's probably safe to say that Dashboard on our Macs is a little...forlorn. Sure, you may pop it open once...