30 Days Of Geekness

Beginning June 1st through June 30th, I’ll be sharing 30 Days of Geekness with you. I own a collection of geek shirts and will be posting a picture each day of Geekness. Follow me on Twitter for daily updates, they will be posted here each night.

Share your Geekness on Twitter through out the month of June with the hashtag #30DaysOfGeekness.

Charlie

Getting Gmail Push Notifications on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod?

mail iconAs we get closer to the release of iOS 7 and the new iPhone, you might be using the Exchange protocol to get your email from GMail servers. However, this method is no longer free and if you are using it now it because your grandfathered in on that device. When you upgrade to iOS 7 or devices you might lose the ability to use this method.

So here are a three options, so you still get Push Notifications:

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Apple Developers Portal Hacked

Apple Developers

Apple release a statement Sunday saying last Thursday an intruder attempted to secure personal information from their developer portal website. Apple said “Sensitive personal information was encrypted and cannot be accessed, however, we have not been able to rule out the possibility that some developers’ names, mailing addresses, and/or email addresses may have been accessed.”

No group or person has taken credit for the attack. However, Apple is taking time to update it’s security and server software. This however is a big blow for developers who need access to there site to update their apps. This will not affect your ability to download apps from the App Store, however.

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A Kickstarter Aims to Make Editing and Publishing Easy for Vloggers

Vloggr app - Mock Screenshot

The Vloggger app, which is currently in the planning stages, aims to make recording, editing and publishing easy from your iPhone. Currently, there is no single app that allows you to do this. But a Kickstarter campaign aims to change that: the campaign launched June 21 and has already raised a little more then $600. It’s asking for more than $6,000 which will help cover the cost to develop the app and support updates in the future.

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