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Monday May 13, 2019. 07:55 PM
Dr. Mac is back with the thrilling conclusion to “Demystifying Disk Space,” explaining that the simple cure is to delete or move files to free up at least 10% of the disk’s capacity, so you have plenty of free space available for your virtual memory swap files.
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We have a deal on the Mcdodo Lightning Bolt 3.0 Lightning Cable. This cable will halt the flow of power once the battery is fully charged to increase the longevity of your battery. It’s also 6-feet long. You can get this cable through our deal for $19.
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Amazon is increasingly replacing the people that pack orders with robots. Reuters exclusively learned of the plan to boost automation. The technology will have to be vetted further before it is widely deployed but could mean thousands of people lose their jobs. Amazon said...
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The Apple Store on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois will host a new Today at Apple session this month aimed at getting people podcasting.
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Apple has released the iOS 12.3 update, much of which is focused on a new TV app that the company introduced in its March keynote.
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Following an increase of tariffs on Chinese goods by the Trump administration on Friday, today China retaliated, and the iPhone XS price could be affected.
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Leaked images of the forthcoming Apple Card appeared online over the weekend, and some staff have reportedly already received theirs.
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Apple suffered a major defeat in the Supreme Court, which ruled that consumers can continue their antitrust case against the company.
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Russian network RT America recently aired a segment called “A Dangerous Experiment on Humanity” to get people to distrust 5G. The segment links 5G to brain cancer, infertility, autism, heart tumors and Alzheimer’s disease, none of which are backed by scientific...
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Saturday May 11, 2019. 01:02 AM
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Mother’s Day gifts and family tech support tips and tricks for home visits.
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Friday May 10, 2019. 11:00 PM
Bloomberg reports that the magic is gone from Apple’s chain of retai stores. John looks at this complicated issue and then moves on to a metric boatload of the week’s news debris.
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A new rumor claims that iOS 13 support won’t include the iPhone 6, iPhone SE, and iPhone 5s. But Andrew thinks it’s sketchy.
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We have a deal on a pair of Oomo 3D 5.1 Virtual Surround Sound Bluetooth Earphones. According to the manufacturer, they feature a patented acoustic structure that separates the sound frequencies to provide clarity and 3D Virtual 5.1 Surround Sound. the deal listing has all...
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In the latest issue of Mac|Life, Carrie Marshall writes about nine long press shortcuts for iOS. These are especially useful on the iPad. Warning: This magazine is a PDF, and the article can be found on page 96. We think long presses and 3D Touch are great, but we also think...
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In January Apple released an iOS update that enabled Group FaceTime. There was a security flaw with it that Apple was sued over.
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Soon after launching bands for the Apple Watch, UAG is also coming out with iPad Pro cases called UAG Scout Series. Most importantly, it works with Apple’s Smart Keyboard. The Scout series case secures both the device and accessory without interfering with the folio’s...
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Apple Pay Hungary and Luxembourg are close to launching, following an expansion to Iceland and coming soon to the Netherlands.
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On May 16, a rare Apple-1 will be put up for an online-only auction run by prestigious British auctioneers, Christies. AppleInsider reported that it could fetch as much as $630,000. An interesting example, Apple-1 motherboard serial number 01-0053 is housed in the bottom...
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Nike has always been keen to use tech to innovate sportswear. Wired reported that with its new scanning technology, the company believes it has solved the problem is ill-fitting shoes. The scanning tech uses the now familiar combination of computer vision, machine learning...
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Before Macintosh is an Apple Lisa documentary on Kickstarter exploring the history behind Apple’s device. The work of Douglas Engelbart and his team, plus advances from the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) with their Alto and Star workstations were the progenitors...
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