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Friday September 1, 2017. 03:51 PM
Malware is a real threat for many platforms, even Macs. Up until recently, malware scanners had to be launched manually to search for this software that could screw up your Mac, and perhaps compromise sensitive information. In this Mac Geek Gab Highlight, John F. Braun and...
It’s Force Friday which means plenty of cool Star Wars related merchandise is coming out, like Sphero’s new R2-D2 and BB-9E.
Instagram announced Thursday that the platform’s Stories will soon be viewable on the Web. This means IG users will be able to see them on a browser on Mac or PC, or on a mobile device if you don’t want to use the Instagram app. Previously they were available only in the...
Thursday August 31, 2017. 11:18 PM
As a fellow who earned his living in front of a computer, I’ve been interested in all the recent approaches to changing how we work. It’s hard to know if these things will prove a fad, but things like standing desks are growing in popularity. Enter FlexiSpot, a new project...
There’s a new company called Absorbits tackling the problem of wet iPhones and other smartphones. The company’s self-titled products is a sleeve designed to draw moisture out of a wet device. It’s reusable, comes in four colors, and is a DIY solution for drying your iPhone...
Believe it or not, the United States Postal Service actually takes a picture of every piece of mail you receive, and lets you view those images in most areas — slightly creepy, but very cool.
Apple’s stance is more general in nature, and doesn’t specifically mention issues like whether to treat telecoms like utilities
Thursday’s release accelerates an already accelerated release cycle, as the last developer beta for tvOS 11 hit on Monday of this week.
Thursday’s accelerates an already accelerated release cycle, as the last developer beta for tvOS 11 hit on Monday of this week.
Apple has the pedal to the metal on iOS 11, as it released the second developer beta in a week: iOS 11 Developer Beta 9 (15A5370a).
Jeff Butts and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple losing Project Titan engineers, plus Mr. B updates us on his macOS High Sierra Hackintosh project.
The date of the event is in keeping with rumors, and Apple is expected to announce new iPhones, Apple Watches, Apple TVs, and possibly the WWDC-teased iMac Pro.
We have a bundle of apps called the Storyteller’s Must-Have Mac Bundle. It features seven Mac apps from Mariner software, including StoryMill, Narrator, Mariner Writer, Contour 2, Montage, Persona, and MacJournal, all for $29.
Here’s everything you need to know to use and customize iOS 11’s Do Not Disturb While Driving feature on your iPhone.
17 of Apple’s Project Titan car engineers have left the company and taken their skills to self driving car startup Zoox.
Is Tim Cook running for President? Bryan and Jeff take a look at his recent higher public profile and the political junket he seemed to take through the midwest. They also talk about Amazon’s recent improvements to Alexa and how they fit in with the company’s master plan for...
Wednesday August 30, 2017. 10:08 PM
Apple wants to charge HD prices for 4K/UHD movies on its new Apple TV. The studios won’t have it.
iOS 1 1 will bring a Siri that is not only smarter than before, but also more human-sounding.
Throughout its existence, Carpool Karaoke has featured excellent singing, but fans of these athletes won’t have to worry about that in these trailers.
The Sciences part of the Emmys is often overlooked, and it’s good to see recognition for the team’s hard work.
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