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Desktop PicturesArticle Title: RwandaChristopher Turner shares some photos from his trip to Rwanda to adopt his family’s third child, in November 2011.
PEBKACArticle Title: More Than Just the MacAuthor: Christopher TurnerHow does owning an iPhone or iPad change the way you use your Mac?
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Making the LeapAuthor: Dave TrautmanIn this installment of his Apple-computing experiences, Dave Trautman tells of his mother’s iPad adoption.
MacMuserArticle Title: Our Macs Are Under AttackAuthor: Mark TennentMark Tennent discusses the inevitable arrival of Mac malware as the platform becomes increasingly popular.
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Uber revealed its filing for an initial public offering, Tesla changes its sales strategy again, and Ford's CEO joins the caution chorus on fully self-driving cars.
The department saw a lot of shakeups last week.
Don’t want a computer buzzing your wrist all day? Withings has an affordable fitness tracker for you.
Most of us rely on the 'carrying method' when we multiply. But there's a much faster way to handle large numbers.
Mebrahtom Keflezighi, who retired from competitive racing at age 42, can convince almost anyone that they can run forever.
86: Mac 512Ke - 99: Statistical lies - 00: Surfing large - 03: ADB vs. USB - 04: Small and stylish PCs are hot, so bring back the Cube - The 1.25 GHz eMac value equation - 05: Macintosh unit sales grow 43%
Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's legacy moonshot, an aircraft to carry rockets to space, hit 17,000 feet.
Saturday April 13, 2019. 03:00 PM
Plus: Wi-Fi vulnerabilities, Silk Road 2's founder, and more of the week's top security news.
Space Photos of the Week: Black Holes and Jellyfish Rainbows
Netflix's series of sci-fi shorts is good, but it missed out on some of its potential.
Young people benefit from their online interactions. Locking them out of the internet isn’t the answer to commercial bad actors.
If you've been looking for a great pair of wireless headphones, now is your chance.
This fuzzy robot promises to help its bedtime companions fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake up more refreshed—all by simply cuddling.
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