8 apps every social advocate should have

8 apps every social advocate should have

Democracy is everything. I fully believe that. It perpetuates order, a sense of conviction and the chance to do something that’s bigger than us. But sometimes, there are some circumstances that society would be held back by the people or laws that should be prioritizing that particular order, justice or idea. Sometimes, we need to […]

For the Swarm: Foursquare Releases New iOS App

While checking in on Foursquare is part of the daily routine for countless iPhone users, it can sometimes be a bit of a lonely experience.  To remedy this and make Foursquare more social, the creators of Foursquare recently released Swarm for iOS. The app touts itself as the ideal tool to “keep up and meet […]


This Day in History: Snow Leopard Released

On August 28th, 2009, Apple released Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Snow Leopard marked the end of apple support for PowerPC Macs, as Apple focused its optimization and attention on optimization for Intel processors. The OS also marked the end of AppleTalk, which was the networking protocol Apple had used for over 20 years. […]

Four Games You Should Have on Your MacBook Air

Four Games You Should Have on Your MacBook Air

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” That is what people usually say to those who are addicted to work. Yes, it feels great to earn money, but isn’t it a greater feeling when you can actually have fun at times? But how are you supposed to take a time off if […]

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Top 6 Fitness Gadgets

Working your way on the treadmill and sweating buckets aren’t enough. You need to constantly check if you’re on the right track, if you’re doing everything the right way, or if all of your hard work in the Gym or on the road is paid off and doing you any good. Anyway, with all these […]


Introduction to Apple ProRes – Part 1

Apple ProRes is one of the most popular codecs in professional post-production. The Apple ProRes family of video codecs has made it both possible and affordable to edit full-frame, 10-bit, 4:2:2 and 4:4:4:4 high-definition (HD), 2K, 4K, and 5K video sources with multistream p erformance in Final Cut Pro X. Apple ProRes codecs provide an […]

Belkin Conserve Socket Review

In this video, MacMall takes a look at the Belkin Conserve energy-saving outlet. The outlet touts that it can help you save energy and reduce utility bills by managing the energy flowing to devices not in use. On the side of the outlet, a small switch allows you to toggle how quickly power will be […]

Top 5 Flash Drives for People On the Go

Top 5 Flash Drives for People On the Go

People think that all flash drives are the same, just different storage capacities. But you are wrong! Each flash drive has features that set it apart from other flash drives. The following are a few flash drives that can be purchased that makes carrying your files convenient and secure. Transcend JetFlash 500 With 8GB of […]

Swissgear Mercury DX Backpack Review

In this video, MacMall takes a look at the Swissgear Mercury DX laptop backpack. Offering a blend of style and function, this laptop backpack is ideal for commuters and students who are looking for a laptop backpack with oodles of pockets for storing chargers, peripherals, textbooks, and more. The bag can easily hold most 16″ […]

1 Telegram to Billions of SMS

On August 20th, 1911, a dispatcher at the New York times sent the first telegram around the world, welcoming in an era of worldwide connectivity. Granted, the telegram wasn’t instantaneous, and needed to be patched through several operators. The message took 16.5 minutes to reach around the world. Today, we’re in an uproar if a text […]


Five Types of Students and What to Give Them This Coming School Year

Ah, vacation’s over. A whole new school year looms near, but let’s make the transition from summer to school easy with some gifts. After all, who doesn’t love presents, right? You might find it difficult to figure out what to get that special student in your life, so here are some gift ideas that different types […]


LaCie 1TB FUEL Wireless Storage Drive Review

In this video, MacMall takes a look at the 1TB LaCie FUEL wireless storage device. Setting this drive apart from other storage devices, the LaCie FUEL wireless storage system allows you to easily access your files via WiFi. The drive itself creates its own WiFi connection with your paired devices, so you can rest easy […]

10 Apps to Complete Your Last Trip This Summer

10 Apps to Complete Your Last Trip This Summer

Summer is the only time we get to experience a vacation at its finest. It lets us relax, unwind, rejuvenate, catch up with people in our lives, explore new places, and meet new people. Now that summer is almost over, here are 10 apps that will surely complete and definitely help you make the most out […]


This Day in History: Original iMac Goes on Sale

The original iMac is celebrating its sweet 16 birthday today. After much anticipation, the original iMac G3 went on sale on August 15th, 1998. Breaking away from its predecessors, this computer let go of legacy ports in favor of USB only connections, shocking many proponents of PS2 connections (still popular among mechanical keyboard and RTS […]


Belin WeMo Switch Review

In this video, MacMall takes a look at the Belkin WeMo switch. The name may sound silly, but it’s a rather handy device for people itching to get on the smart home bandwagon without spending a ton of money. Essentially, the Belkin WeMo switch is a slightly smarter outlet that allows you to turn your […]