Adam Innes

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New Disney Park Pack – Trading Edition Coming to the Online Store Starting in May

I have exciting news for Disney pin collectors! Starting May 14, we will release the first Disney Park Pack – Trading Edition on the Disney Parks …

A Look Inside the Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

When talking about the soon-to-open Bora Bora Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, the newest Disney Vacation Club property at Walt …

U.S. Navy Blue Angels Roar Down Main Street, U.S.A. at the Walt Disney World Resort

What happened this morning at Magic Kingdom Park was really cool: to the cheers of thousands of guests gathered on Main Street U.S.A. and in front of …

Your Perfect Half Marathon

Our picks for some of the best races across the country.<p>1 of 20<p>2015 Half Marathon Calendar<p><b>If you're among the 13.1-mile race's many adoring fans, add one (or a few) of these 20 standouts to your must-run list.</b><p>Although the half marathon began as the less-storied stepchild of an …

Marathons

Hands-On Review of Oral-B's iPhone-Connected Bluetooth Smart Toothbrush

Bluetooth-enabled appliances and electronics that connect everyday household items to smartphones and tablets are becoming increasingly popular, giving us a whole range of connected things -- thermostats, coffee makers and mixing bowls, cars, and even connected toothbrushes, like the Oral-B …

Indie productivity app Alfred refuses to let Apple steal its thunder

<i>Well, there goes Alfred.</i><p>That’s the first thought I had when I saw the new Spotlight in OS X Yosemite. I feared Apple had basically made my favorite little app launcher obsolete (we nerds call it “sherlocked”).<p>I was wrong.<p>It’s six months later, and Alfred is doing just fine, thanks largely to a …

How to nuke pesky location data from your iPhone photos

These days, any photo you shoot with your iPhone or other smartphone will typically contain location data (unless you have that feature turned off) to allow apps like iPhoto to place your images on a map.<p>Even photo-sharing services use this data, with some — like Flickr — posting it prominently on …

5 Super-Useful Things You Can Do With Your Old iPhone

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Gear & Gadgets

Duet Display Offers Tethered Solution to Turn an iPad into an Extra Display for Mac [Updated]

While there are several apps designed to turn the iPad or iPhone into a secondary display for a Mac, the most popular options use Wi-Fi, which can render them all but unusable at times due to unavoidable lag. A new app from developer and former Apple Engineer Rahul Dewan aims to solve these lag …

‘Cool’ Bling Highlights Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend Medals

If you are registered and training for the 2015 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, then this …

Use This Clever Trick To See Your iPhone's True Signal Strength

Ever find yourself questioning how accurate those little signal strength dots are on your iPhone?<p>Luckily, there's a trick to reveal your iPhone's true signal strength, and it takes less than a minute to enable.<p>First, you'll need to access a hidden app on your phone called Field Test Mode. To do …

Apple Pay is poised to make a huge impact on Black Friday shopping

Walmart may not like it but Apple Pay looks like it’s about to have a big impact on 2014’s Black Friday shopping season. A new survey conducted by …

Apple Responds to 'Masque Attack' Vulnerability, Not Aware of Customers Affected by Attack

Just a couple days after the discovery of an iOS vulnerability referred to as Masque Attack because of its ability to emulate and replace existing legitimate apps with malicious ones, Apple has responded in a statement to <i>iMore.</i><p>"We designed OS X and iOS with built-in security safeguards to help …

WSJ: Department of Justice uses fake cell towers on airplanes to capture data from mobile phones

The Wall Street Journal reported today that the United States Department of Justice has been using planes equipped with devices that pose as cellular towers (called “dirtboxes”) to collect data from suspected criminals’ cell phones—and capturing data from innocent bystanders in the process.<p>The …