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AirPlay + AirPrint: Wireless is Wonderful

Fiddling around wires went from being strategic to just bothersome. Since the dark ages (proximately 70 years ago) when the first computer became available, meters of bulky wire became a resident in offices or maybe homes that want to take advantage of the new technology. Fast forward to the 90’s when Bluetooth (developed in 1996 by a firm named Ericsson) was invented and the world was introduced to a new fad in communication and connectivity…

Kensington Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for iPad

Kensington Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for iPad

The Kensington KeyCover + Hard Case Keyboard for iPad Air will give you more comfort when typing on your favorite tablet. It consists of a stylish case made up of aluminum, with a wireless Bluetooth keyboard, and a KeyCover magnetic well that secures your iPad Air both in portrait and landscape mode. The sophisticated hard case has dark anodize finish to complement the color of your iPad. The built-in keyboard of the Kensington KeyCover Hard…

Turn Your iPhone into a DIY Projector

Ever wanted to put a twist to the way you view your photos or watch videos and movies from your smartphones? Or maybe your hand just gets tired holding your phone up so you can watch the latest episode of your favorite show? No worries; here’s a simple guide that can help you make a projector for your phone in a just few simple steps. First, you will need the following materials: Shoebox Paper clip or Lego blocks Smartphone Magnifying glass…

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 knowing that other people in the building won’t have access to your files if you don’t want them to. However, if you…

Turn your iPhone into a Microscope

Ever noticed how expensive microscopes are? And, let’s face it, not many schools can afford it. But, what a lot of students and teachers do have are iPhones. So stop using your iPhone’s camera for selfies and let’s expand the use of that iPhone camera. Turn it into a microscope in a few easy steps: First, you’ll need the following materials: 3x 4 ½ “ x 5/16’ carriage bolts 9x 5/16’ nuts 3x 5/16” wing nuts 5x 5/16” washers 3/4” x 7”x 7” plywood…

How to Maximize iPad Battery Life

The iPad is perfect for giving impressive presentations to a small audience and for playing some of the latest games because it has a wide screen. However, a downside to owning an iPad is that the more you enjoy using it, the faster its battery gets drained. Maybe it’s time you did something about that. Here are a few things you can do so that your iPad doesn’t die on you too quickly. Disable location finder. You don’t really need to always…

How to Turn Your iPhone into a Manual Camera

We all know that the iPhone has a spectacular camera. And with the recent release of the iPhone 6 and iOS 8, you might be wondering what changes or advancements are in store for your iPhoneopgrahy experience. More filters? Enhanced camera lens, sensors, and image stabilization? Well, all these new features are old news by now. But there is more to the iPhone camera that you do not know. It can now be used like a manual camera by just…

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 technologies available in our modern, quintessential world, different gadgets and devices are there to help you with your fitness problems and inquiries. And if you…

Getting the MacBook Air up to speed

Getting the MacBook Air up to speed

We would like our MacBook Air to be up to par like it was from the day you bought the device. Here are some things that can be done to do just that. Repair Permissions Another way of speeding things up is if the files inside the Macbook Air already secured permissions. To do that, open the Disk Utility and choose the main hard drive from the sidebar, then click on First Aid and Repair Permissions. However, this solution will not work if the OS…

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 devices on or off from your smartphone or tablet. This is ideal for managing simple electronics, such as your coffee pot, stero, curling…

5 Effective Alarm Clock Apps to Wake You Up

Sometimes, an ordinary alarm isn’t enough to wake you up because you always find yourself having breakfast, grooming yourself, and changing your clothes in a 15-minute time span. Are you one of those people who find it hard to be a morning person? When waking up in the morning to go to work or do some tasks seems like a chore, maybe you need some help from these alarm clock apps. Alarmy (Sleep If U Can) , $1.99 This is actually dubbed by CNET…

Resetting a MacBook Pro to factory settings

Resetting a MacBook Pro to factory settings

Say you want to do a complete reset of one’s MacBook Pro as if it was freshly bought from the store. Here is how one can do it. Cloning the hard drive Make sure that all the data from the MacBook Pro to be reset has already been copied or transferred onto a new drive. Programs like Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper help facilitate that process smoothly onto an external hard drive. De-Authorizing iTunes De-authorizing the computer from iTunes…

Introduced Today – The Wacom Intous5 Is Now In Stock

Everyone here at MacMall just received special training on the new Intuos5 graphics tablet yesterday. It’s a really incredible product for graphics professionals. One of the coolest new features in my opinion is the optional Bluetooth adapter that makes the unit wireless. Come in for a demonstration and we’ll show you how to set up ExpressKeys, use Multi-Touch and the program the Touch Ring. We also have the new Cintiq 24HD interactive pen…

What goes well with your iMac?

iMacs are really wonderful computers. They let you do a lot of things that you can already do with a regular PC, but with more flair and with more color. But just how are you going to make the most of your iMac? Why, with accessories, of course! Check out some of these items that you definitely should have with your iMac: Apple Wireless Keyboard Every Mac needs a keyboard. So while you’re putting together an awesome Mac computer set up,…

The 2013 MacBook Air

Aside from announcements for iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and the all-new Mac Pro, the 2013 Apple WWDC also saw the release of the 2013 MacBook Air. Though the newest MacBook Airs sport the same form factor as their 2012 predecessors, their interiors have been completely updated with faster processors, added storage capabilities, and high-performance GPUs. The 2013 MacBook Air, both 11” and 13” models, come standard with the latest ULT dual-core…