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For Your Glory – Nashville

December 7, 2012 | 1 Friends of Geeks Union Leeland Mooring and Jack Mooring co-wrote the song For Your Glory for ABC's hit show Nashville. The song features Hayden Panettiere (Claire Bennet from Heroes, and Dot from Pixars A Bugs Life)  Check it our in iTunes here This is my pass at the lyrics: Fighting for the things you give me I want to share your love Feeling like a wounded soldier Strength is not enough And I can't win this battle on my own The sword has long been buried Piled on with dirt Speak Read more [...]

Redeem iTunes Gift Cards via Camera in iTunes 11

November 29, 2012 | 1 In Apple's just-released iTunes 11, users visiting the iTunes Store to redeem gift cards have a new option allowing them to simply take a photo of the code on the back of the card with their computer's camera in order to redeem their cards. The option, which requires a card containing a box around the code to assist with recognition, allows users to quickly and easily redeem gift cards without having to worry about accurately typing in the unique 16-character code. Users are also still allowed Read more [...]

iTunes 11 is Here

November 29, 2012 | iTunes 11 is out via software update and should be live on Apple.com/iTunes shortly. - Completely Redesigned. iTunes makes it more fun to explore and enjoy your music, movies, and TV shows. You'll love the beautiful edge-to-edge design, custom designs for each album, movie, or TV show in your library, and getting personal recommendations any time you click in the Store. - A New Store. The iTunes Store has been completely redesigned and now features a clean look that makes it simpler than Read more [...]

Oct iPad Mini Event Rumored to Focus on iBook’s

October 13, 2012 | 1 The Next Web is reporting that the rumored iPad Mini event scheduled for October 23rd will have a heavy focus on iBooks. The iPad Mini will be aimed at smaller tablets like the Kindle Fire, that are generally used to consume content including books and movies. In what will likely be completely unsurprising news to many, we’ve now heard from multiple sources that Apple’s as-yet-unannounced iPad mini event will have a strong focus on iBooks. Since an iPad mini would likely be squarely aimed Read more [...]

Password Tips

October 9, 2012 | 4 No sane person would ever like someone else reading her email. Or for that matter some other person using her password and breaking into a financial institution. You should, therefore, choose a strong, secure password in such a manner that would be a hard nut to crack for others and easy for you to remember. The more random and mixed-up you make it, the harder it is for others to crack. Mind you, if your password is compromised, the password crackers will even take over your identity. A password, Read more [...]

How to reset your AppleID (iTunes, iCloud) Password

September 26, 2012 | Downloading anything from the iTunes Store on your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad requires you to enter your AppleID password. The AppleID password is directly tied to your iTunes user account, which is in turn tied to your credit or debit card. If your AppleID is ever compromised or someone gets ahold of your password, they could potentially rack up a large amount of charges using that debit or credit card. It is always important to remember not to share this password with anyone. If you ever fear that Read more [...]

Prometheus Released Today, May Change the Way Movies Are Released

September 18, 2012 | Ridley Scottʼs sci-fi film Prometheus is on shelves now, three weeks before the October 11th release date. Wait, what? Ridley Scott ,no stranger to either science fiction or technology, today did a very science fiction move and released his pseudo-Alien prequel digitally, three weeks ahead of traditional terrestrial release. Itʼs available on digital services including iTunes and Amazon, as well as the Playstation Network and Xbox Live for $14.99, which nets you (at least on iTunes) an Read more [...]

Five Best Features That iOS 6 Will Bring to Your iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad

July 6, 2012 | The operating system that runs on Apple devices like the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad is referred to as iOS. Each new major version of this software brings an average of 200 brand new features to each device. The best part is that the upgrade is available free of charge to all Apple device owners. iOS 6 is planned for release in the fall of 2012. Out of all of the new features that iOS 6 will bring to the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad devices, a few are definitely ones to be excited about.   iOS Read more [...]

iOS Podcast App

June 30, 2012 | For the longest time, users have been looking for ways to streamline several of their apps into one easy to use resource. Everything from financial resources, to news feeds, and even video subscriptions have come under fire by Apple users because there isn’t often a way to aggregate everything you’re looking for into one simple app. Now Apple has introduced their latest tool for users who love podcasts. The Podcasts app by Apple is one of the few that has quickly taken off, as users can now delete Read more [...]

How to Uninstall Applications on your iOS Device

June 26, 2012 | 1 When you download an application using your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad, that application automatically installs itself on your device. This is a similar process to the one your computer goes through whenever you install a new program or game. Though there are hundreds of thousands of applications available in the iTunes App Store, the actual devices themselves certainly don’t have room for that many. If your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad are quickly filling up and you need to free some space, you Read more [...]