We’re into the fourth week of Ingrid Gabor’s new art installation, Origami Snow—being created in live action right here at Tekserve in our front window! It’s looking beautiful and really coming together. You really have to see it in person—pictures … Continue reading
Do you find yourself playing the outlet game? You know, where you walk into a room and immediately scan for any place to plug in your phone before your battery dies? It happens to us all, but there are ways … Continue reading
Adobe recently posted an update to their knowledge base explaining that all Adobe Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 apps have been tested for compatibility with OS X Mavericks. Every app should work, but make sure you’ve updated to the … Continue reading
ExtremeTech recently published data collected by Backblaze, the cloud-based backup service, on the average longevity of hard drives and their failure rates. Backblaze has kept tens of thousands of hard drives online, 24/7, for the last four years. Whenever a … Continue reading
It wasn’t so long ago that technology gifts were limited to just a gadget or two—but, oh, how the world has changed!
Today we have gifts for Artists and Musicians, Bloggers and Tweeters, Makers and Moms… From gifts of tablets, phones, and computers—all the best of Apple—to the tools that support them, and the accessories that enhance them…
Tools only the pros know—and more styles of iPad and iPhone accessories than anywhere else in New York.
Visit us and Make Stuff Happen on 23rd Street—or browse our Holiday Gift Guide right now at holiday.tekserve.com.
Thousands of users visit Tekserve every week with questions about their Apple mobile devices. Some need solutions to specific problems, while others just want to tap our staff’s wealth of general knowledge. Since iOS 7 came out, we’ve been hard at … Continue reading
Now that we’ve had some time to really get our hands dirty with iOS 7, we’ve discovered some nifty tricks and features that are either entirely hidden or not immediately apparent. More and more keep popping out to us every … Continue reading
Ina Fried, writing for AllThingsD.com, recently commented on a report from Good Technology showing that a whopping 95% of the custom apps developed by businesses are created for Apple devices. This is a 42% increase from the prior quarter. The … Continue reading
At first glance, OS X Mavericks, released last month, may not seem like that big of a change from its predecessor, Mountain Lion. However, there’s a lot hiding under the surface—new tips and tricks keep popping out to us almost … Continue reading
Not to brag, but this marks the second year running that we’ve been recognized by UBM Tech Channel as a leading solution provider on CRN’s 2013 Solution Provider 500 (SP500) list. The SP500 annually identifies top technology integrators in North … Continue reading
GoldieBlox, the DIY engineering kit for girls, recently posted a hilarious and totally awesome music video/commercial to their YouTube channel. The video features an incredibly elaborate Rube Goldberg-style contraption, built from tons of traditional, pink “girls” toys. Even better, it … Continue reading
Apple recently released version 7.0.4 of iOS 7. In a nutshell, this update offers “bug fixes and improvements, including a fix for an issue that causes FaceTime calls to fail for some users.” Perhaps more importantly, however, the update also includes … Continue reading
Our Origami Snow art installation, happening right in our front window, has made major progress this past week. If you want full details on what it is and how it works, check out last week’s inaugural blog post. Origami Snow is … Continue reading
Apple recently updated their app Volume Purchase Program with several long-anticipated and important additions. The updates introduce a new “managed distribution” of apps to iOS 7 devices, allowing assignment and revocation through Mobile Device Management. Here are the highlights: Works … Continue reading