Apple Has Announced The Future!

I really can't catch my breath. I am really blown away by Apple's presentation today at their annual WWDC (Worldwide Developer's Conference) in San Jose, CA. Because I know you don't want to know all of the nerdy parts, I'll spare you those amazing details. I will be doing a video post in the next [...]

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You: My #1 Focus

I'm serious! 🙂 I just published my 50th blog post on TechQuest and that's quite an accomplishment for me. I've attempted blogs many times over the past 15-20 years and I can honestly say that the most I've ever posted (and never anywhere near this consistency) was maybe 8-10 posts per blog site before I [...]

Getting To Know iTunes

iTunes was introduced to the world on January 9, 2001 and has seen many innovations over the past sixteen years. iTunes in 2004: iTunes has come a very long way in its innovation of how we interact with, not only our music, but movies, TV, apps, and much more. Today, iTunes is a Mac user's comprehensive [...]

iCloud Family Sharing – Part 3

In case you missed the last post, I have taken Family Sharing on your iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad and unpacked what it looks like to get everyone in your family connected. Today, I would like to briefly explain what Family Sharing is like on your iMac or MacBook, as well as Apple [...]

iCloud Family Sharing – Part 2

Last week, I introduced Family Sharing, a service of iCloud. To recap, Family Sharing allows you (the "Organizer") to create a digital family unit within your iCloud account in order to share purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store, and the iBooks Store. You also met the Parker family and we reviewed how they got [...]

Make A Difference While You Shop With Amazon Smile

I wanted to take a quick second to point out an amazing way to make an impact via your favorite charity while shopping online! Amazon Smile is a feature within Amazon's website that allows you to search and buy your favorite products, and Amazon will automatically donate a portion of your purchase amount to the charitable [...]

About iCloud Keychain – Part 2

  Now that you have a better idea of where we're going, I want to move on and show you how my Keychain is set up! 🙂 The following password manager is just for websites that you have registered accounts with. It is for those who use Apple's Safari browser for internet access. To start, [...]

About iCloud Keychain – Part 1

"I don't know my password." "I use the same password for everything." Rarely do I hear of people in the middle of those two extremes. Rarely do I meet someone who doesn't have this struggle. It bothers me that, in these days of multi-million dollar corporation hacking and identity theft, people are not more intentional [...]

Mobile Ads

There's very few reliable methods for eliminating (or minimizing) ads on your computers web browsers, unfortunately. However, I want to share a very quick and simple way to get rid of ads on your smartphone or tablet. Simply go to your network settings or swipe up or down (depending on what device you use) from [...]

Reading Webpages Clutter-Free

Over time, we are getting more and more overwhelmed with the sheer volume of ads and unnecessary or irrelevant content on the pages we visit. However, I want to elaborate on why, despite the frustration this causes, I'm still a supporter of ads online. On a site like NYTimes.com or even Facebook.com, you can see a [...]