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iPadOS 16.1, which is slated for release in October, has a new feature called Stage Manager for multitasking. Originally, Apple announced that Stage Manager would work only on M1-based iPads, but according to a report by Engadget, Apple added older iPad Pros that use A12X...
Whether you’re typing from coffee shops or a hybrid work setup, you need a screen you can grab and go.
If you’re looking to get the absolute best iPad, there’s only one choice: the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. And today it’s cheaper than it’s ever been: Amazon is selling the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 256GB of storage for $1,000, a savings of $199 and the best price we’ve ever seen. The...
Instead of using the limited title options in iMovie, you can build almost anything you want in Keynote as a presentation. Use text, transitions, builds and animations to make your title sequence. Then export as a video to use in iMovie over a background. Check out...
It's a great handset, but the improvements are so iterative that most of you will hardly notice what's new.
Chatty assistants from Amazon, Apple, and Google are popular. But which one is right for you?
Picking out an iPhone used to be easier—just get the newest one with all the storage you can afford. We still recommend buying as much storage as you can afford, but the choice of which iPhone to get it on isn’t quite so simple. Apple currently sells eight iPhone models, four...
“Overemployment” sounds like more of the same old grind, but its underlying philosophy is critical of work.
Aunt Flo doesn’t have to suck (that much). These menstrual cups, absorbent underwear, and reusable pads are ecofriendly and comfortable.
Want to speak up against Big Tech, unjust data collection, and surveillance? Here's how to be an activist in your community and beyond.
Whether you prefer an AeroPress or a French press, we’ve found the best ways to make a great cup of joe anywhere.
It’s time once again for an update on Your Privacy™ brought to you by, I dunno, Nabisco or something. [cut to a raging dumpster fire] This has been another update on Your Privacy™. The Macalope could stop there and this column would be 100 percent accurate, but Macworld proba...
The fun-loving cybercriminals blamed for breaches of Uber and Rockstar are exposing weaknesses in ways others aren't.
As the Supreme Court considers the fate of American wetlands, Annie Proulx’s Fen, Bog, and Swamp offers an elegiac love letter to overlooked ecosystems.
Extreme content is spreading rapidly on social networks in Brazil, sparking fears of a violent uprising.
In the battle over Twitter’s future, the number of bots on the platform is a key issue. Problem is, nobody knows how to count them.
It’s been a pretty good 2022 for new Apple products, but according to Mark Gurman at Bloomberg, it might end on sort of a whimper. Instead of having a fall event filled with new Macs and iPads, Apple may simply announce the products without much hoopla other than press releas...
How a Dutch fabric seller made the most powerful magnifying lens of his time—and of the next 150 years—and became the first person ever to see a microorganism.
In an interview with the BBC, Apple boss Tim Cook has claimed there are “no good excuses” for the lack of women in the tech industry. “I think the essence of technology and its effect on humanity depends upon women being at the table,” Cook told the BBC’s Zoe Kleinman....
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