The World Wide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) is an annual event staged by Apple which allows them to speak directly to their community of developers. Without loyal developers there would be no apps, so Apple has to make them happy! More
Posts by Jeremy Andrews:
If you’ve followed tech news over the last couple of years, you may have heard of the “6 strike” plan outlined by some major American Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with the goal of curbing piracy. After almost two years of delays, this policy is set to be rolled in starting this Monday. More
In 2010 Google introduced a feature that allowed users logged into their Google account to see a custom background image every time they logged onto the Google.com or regional variants. Following a recent announcement on their homepage, this feature will no longer be available as of 16 November, 2012. More
After several weeks of using Macintosh’s new operating system, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, it is starting to feel like a best friend. Compared with the bugs and frustrations of Lion, Mountain Lion provides a 100% stable platform for us to get out fingertips dirty with. In this review, we’ll cover some features of the sparkling new OS that may have been overlooked at first, and how to tweak it to make it even better! More
If you administrate a Facebook page, you probably know how risky it was to add other admins—before today, all admins were created equal, and anyone who you added could go ahead and remove the original page creator. Now Facebook has added the ability to define permission roles for each admin. More
When I recently wanted to create a new Facebook timeline cover, I decided I would make one that complimented my profile picture. To do this I spent a long time measuring pixels and adjusting to get everything lined up. In order to save you the trouble, I decided to share my PSD template with readers of Mr. Geek.
Hi. If you’re anything like me, you probably find lots of different situations where you need to take a screenshot. Unlike the clunky CTRL+PRNT SCRN method on Windows that only allows you to capture the full screen onto a clipboard, Mac offers an elegant built-in solution with various options. More