Using YouTube in the Safari browser isn’t the best experience. The YouTube app isn’t much better, as it lacks some essential features. A new Safari extension called Vinegar replaces the YouTube player with a small HTML one. The new extension is developed by And a Dinosaur (via Daring Fireball), which also made a Web (more…)
In a flatlining economy, the $399 iPhone that Apple introduced last week might sound attractive. But there’s a better gadget deal in the pandemic: the iPad.
Remember the iPad? You would be forgiven if you had forgotten.
Apple unveiled a new entry-level model of the tablet computer last year for $329. Yet it barely got a mention at the company’s glitzy product event in September, (more…)
Apple iPhones have revolutionized the mobile industry and are the best phones in the market because of their easy to use interface, plethora of high quality applications ranging from games, educational, social applications and many more categories. Also, iPhones are well known for their advanced 8 megapixel camera that captures 1080p high quality photos and videos; (more…)
An At-Home Study on Heart Health And AFib Detection
This is a call to engage in heart health and potentially reduce the risk of stroke – all from the comfort of your home. If you or someone you love is 65 and older, home is where you are likely spending most your time. And while at home, you can consider participating in the Heartline Study sponsored by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson in collaboration with Apple. (more…)
iPhone App Helps Parents Stay One Step Ahead of Lice
Taste matters when it comes to baby food.
Erin Jarvis was getting desperate. Her 7-month-old daughter Autumn simply wasn’t eating any store-bought food. Like so many moms and dads, Jarvis was worried her baby wasn’t getting the nutrition needed for proper growth. Then she tried Baby Gourmet, a new arrival to the U.S. market and available at Walmart. (more…)