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App Review: Dragon Quest III

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Topics: Apps

We review Dragon Quest III, an iOS port-over game that was originally released by Squaresoft for the NES in 1988. Dragon Quest III revolutionized the Japanese RPG (role-playing game) category and is still a timeless classic. Those who enjoyed Dragon Quest III on the NES or fans of RPG's in general should definitely pick this game up!


How to Stream the Super Bowl for Free

Posted Yesterday by  / 
Topics: News

It’s hard to imagine more excitement surrounding this year’s Super Bowl. With the Seahawks returning as defending champions, after their nerve-charing NFC Championship game against the Greenbay Packers, the air is charged with the building seismic roar of the 12s as Sunday approaches. The only thing that could ramp up the excitement level is news that NBC will stream this years game for free.


Nest: The Smart Thermostat

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Topics: Accessories

Nest: The Smart Thermostat

The thermostat represents the Goldilocks story of any household. Your house can be too hot, too cold and, occassionally, just right. Wouldn't it be nice if your thermostat could program itself to prevent this Goldilocks dilemma? The Nest Thermostat does exactly that. Not only does Nest learn your heating habits as you use the device, it can be controlled remotely and can also help save you money on your heating and cooling bill each month. 


New At TD Curran: Dropcam Pro

Posted Wed by  / 
Topics: Accessories

New at TD Curran: Dropcam Pro

Smart home products are an increasingly popular trend in the tech industry. We are excited to announce that we now carry the Dropcam Pro, a smart WiFi video monitoring system for your home and office. Whether you use it as a baby monitor, home surveillance system, or to simply see who is raiding the fridge every night - the Dropcam Pro provides you with the hardware and software you need.


How to Use Find My iPhone

Posted Jan 20 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

How to Use Find My iPhoneWe have come to rely on our smartphones and devices for many important aspects of our lives. We store our memories on them in the form of pictures and videos. They contain our music libraries, banking apps, social network profiles, and oh yeah - our phone. That being said, losing your smartphone or device can leave you feeling naked and vulnerable. Luckily for Apple users, the Find My iPhone app is the first line of defense in recovering your lost device. 


Icons in iOS 8

Posted Jan 16 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

Icons in iOS 8

If you are new to iOS or are still learning, becoming familiar with the icons used throughout the operating system will help you navigate through apps and get a better grasp of functions and features on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Some icons are more intuitive than others, so we will provide you with a brief overview of the commonly used icons in iOS 7 and 8. As always, the best way to learn about your device is to play around and experiment with clicking on the various buttons and icons you are presented with as you use it.


Review: Avea Dynamic Mood Light

Posted Jan 13 by  / 
Topics: Reviews

We review the Avea Dynamic Mood Light by elgato. The Avea is a Bluetooth-enabled smartbulb that you can control from your iPhone or iPad! The Avea allows you to transform your home with beautiful dynamic scenes of light and color. Whether you have one or many, the Avea is sure to add something special to the lighting of your home. Purchase the Avea at TD Curran for $49.95.


How to Manage Your Passwords like a Pro

Posted Jan 8 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

How to Manage Your Passwords like a Pro

Passwords are a pain. Unless you have a perfect memory, you’re bound to forget them from time-to-time. With a new security breach in the news almost daily, now is the time to make sure you’re doing everything you can to stay safe online. Here’s a quick guide on how to get those passwords under control, and keep your information safe and sound.


How to Set Up Comcast Email Using IMAP

Posted Dec 22, 2014 by  / 
Topics: News

How to Set Up Comcast Email Using IMAPIf you are a user of Comcast’s email service, you might have noticed that your inbox does not sync up between devices. For example, you might open your Comcast email on your iPhone and delete a few emails, moving some into folders. Then, you open your Comcast email on your computer and notice that none of those changes have transferred over between devices. Don't worry, nothing is wrong with your account - this is just how Comcast emails work by default. The reason is because Comcast email uses POP and not an IMAP connection.


Turn Your iPad into an External Display with Duet

Posted Dec 20, 2014 by  / 
Topics: Apps

Turn Your iPad into an External Monitor with Duet

The iPad is known for its versatility and ease-of-use. With other 600,000 apps specifically designed for iPad, Apple’s flagship tablet has numerous uses and functions. One function people may be unaware of is the ability to use an iPad as a monitor for your Mac. While there are multiple apps that use WiFi to turn your iPad into an external display, a new app called Duet offers a way for people to tether their iPad to a Mac using the charging cable for a fast, latency-free connection.