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Review: Apogee Duet for iPad and Mac

By - March 13, 2014 13 Pictures
American purveyor of audio equipment Apogee has long commanded an enviable reputation regarding the quality of its hardware. The most recent iteration of the Apogee Duet sees iOS functionality added to the popular recording device, allowing users to easily move between an iOS device or a Mac to record and perform music. Gizmag takes the newest Duet for a spin to see how well it performs on both an iPad Air and a Mac. Read More
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Zoom releases the iQ5 external microphone for iPhone

By - January 27, 2014 10 Pictures
Three months after Zoom Japan unveiled the iQ5 mid-side condenser microphone for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, its North American arm has announced immediate US availability at NAMM 2014. The pocket-friendly device makes use of a unique rotating mechanism which allows for left-right stereo recording at CD-quality resolution, even if the iOS host device is capturing video in landscape mode. Read More
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Best iPhone and iPad games of 2013

By - December 19, 2013 20 Pictures
iOS gaming has come a long way. Just a few years ago the best you could hope for was a virtual pool simulator or Doodle Jump. But 2013 was an amazing year for iPhone and iPad games, with ports of top-notch console titles joining creative originals from indie developers. Join Gizmag, as we break down some of the top iPhone and iPad games of 2013. Read More
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How to keep your iOS 7 devices secure

By - December 18, 2013 12 Pictures
As their power increases, we're storing more and more of our important and personal data on our mobile devices. That's why it's of paramount importance that we make sure they're as secure from prying eyes as possible. Thankfully, iOS 7 has improved security features designed for just that. If you're the proud owner of an iPhone 4 or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini or 5th-gen iPod touch, here are some simple tips you can use to improve the chances your valuable data won't fall into the wrong hands. Read More
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How to set up and use Google Cloud Print

By - December 15, 2013 13 Pictures
Google is doing its bit to delay the emergence of the paperless office with Google Cloud Print, a service that lets users print from web-connected devices, including Android and iOS mobile devices and PCs, from virtually anywhere in the world with an internet connection. So how exactly does it work? Here's a look at setting it up using either a standard printer connected to your computer or a Google Cloud Ready printer. Read More
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