You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
Get started with Mailbox for iOS -
After watching the reservation system slowly work its way to allowing you Mailbox access, you’re now left wondering where to begin with the latest e-mail app on your iPhone. Don’t worry, we can help. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
Set Tweetbot to open links in Chrome, 1Password -
Tweetbot, a popular iOS Twitter app, recently updated with the ability to let its users select a browser in which to open links. Here’s how you can set your preferred browser. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
How to jailbreak any iOS 6 device, including iPhone 5 -
At long last, a jailbreak method has been released for iOS 6 and higher, which makes this the first jailbreak for the iPhone 5. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
Finally, an iOS app that promises to take you to 'Flavortown USA' -
Are you a fan of the Food Network show ‘Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives’? This iOS app will help you discover venues featured on the show. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
Here’s the deal — BlackBerry 10 may not be a ground breaking OS. It may not shoot past Android an iOS in terms of features and aesthetics. It is confusing until you learn it, but what new OS isn’t?
BlackBerry 10 is a giant step in the right direction from BlackBerry (almost typed RIM there). It takes an older OS not fit for touchscreen devices and interactions and created something it could grow into. An OS it can continue to mold and introduce new features with. Instead of just getting by on minor changes and enhancements.
There’s plenty of work left to be done on BlackBerry 10, no doubt. The road isn’t going to get easier for the company formerly named Research In Motion (stupid muscle memory). If anything, it’s going to get tougher from here on out. Now that the cat is out of the bag, users, pundits, analysts and everyone else in between have seen what BB 10 is — or more importantly isn’t — BlackBerry has to continue to push to fill in the holes.
Back in May I talked about wanting RIM to make me believe again. Why I was willing to fork over money out of my own pocket and spend time away from my family just to have a chance at seeing BlackBerry 10 in person. I just wanted to believe. Again.
With the launch and subsequent reviews, posts and videos, I have to say I am a believer in BlackBerry again. I believe in the employees working around the clock will continue to fill in the weaknesses and issues with the current from of BlackBerry 10 and make it a quality OS.
I don’t think BlackBerry will make it back to the #1 spot again. But it doesn’t have to. It doesn’t even have to claim the #2 spot. #3 is a fine spot, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
I think so. But what do you think? Weigh in on this GoPollGo post.
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Use Find My Friends to alert anyone of your location -
Find My Friends can automatically send an e-mail to a contact on your behalf, alerting them of your current location. Here’s how to set up the handy feature. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
How to pair, control your Apple TV with a Bluetooth keyboard -
A recent update to the Apple TV line brought with it the ability to pair a Bluetooth keyboard to the streaming device. Take a look at how to pair and use the keyboard. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.
How to turn a Vine into an animated GIF -
With this free Mac app you can turn any Vine video into an animated GIF. Read this article by Jason Cipriani on CNET.