Archive for the: December, 2014

How to Recover Deleted iPhone Photos in iOS 8

Whoops! You just deleted that picture you thought you didn’t want. Luckily, in iOS 8 you can easily get those deleted iPhone photos back. Here’s how.

Change Your LinkedIn Profile, Change Your Life: 9 Tips

Letting your LinkedIn profile just sit there is a big mistake that costs you opportunities. Here’s how to make your profile get you the attention you want.

How to Set Up AirDrop for iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite

Tired of emailing photos and files from your iOS 8 devices to your Mac and vice versa? Set up AirDrop so you can more easily share those files between them.

5 Tips to Get the Most out of the iOS 8 Messages App

With the latest iOS update, the text messaging app has some great new features you may not know about. Check out these tips to do more in iOS 8 Messages.

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8 IFTTT Recipes to Help Streamline Your Social Media

Managing all your social media accounts can be a real chore. These IFTTT recipes can automate some of those routine tasks and keep your accounts in sync.

How to Install OS X Yosemite From OS X Mavericks

While Mavericks is great, there are a ton of new features and improvements that should make you want to upgrade. Here’s how to install OS X Yosemite.


Start Hacking Your Naps With These 4 Tips

If you think naps are just for kids or lazy people, think again. Serious research shows that napping is vital for staying alert and productive. Here’s why.

How to Set Up iCloud Drive in OS X Yosemite

Apple’s iCloud is close on the heels of popular cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive. Here’s how to set up iCloud Drive in Yosemite.

How to Migrate From Outlook for Mac 2011 to Outlook for Mac 2015

If you’re an Office 365 user, you can migrate to the spiffy new Outlook for Mac 2015 in just a few easy steps, and we’ve got ’em for you right here.