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Wednesday May 1, 2019. 03:00 PM
April’s best Mac gamesImage by LandfallAh, April. It’s the month when good things start returning to the world after a long season of despair. Apparently, it’s also the month when good games start coming back to the Mac. April dropped an excellent selection of good...
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Caavo has also chopped the price of its hardware, but increased the cost of its subscription—and the whole package still needs polish.
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Apple’s Time Capsule combined a Wi-Fi base station and a hard drive for networked data access and Time Machine backups. The company discontinued the device and other related network gear, but there are plenty still in operation.A problem with Time Capsule is that its...
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After the collective freak-out about Apple’s poor showing during its last financial quarter, this quarter’s results were refreshingly boring. Apple had $58 billion in revenue, more or less what they said they’d do three months ago. The company made $11.6 billion in...
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Camera quality has been a top priority in every iPhone release since the iPhone 4 (at least). Each new iPhone has brought big improvements in image quality, performance, and features. The latest iPhone seems to always take the crown in our Last Cam Standing series, at least...
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This deluxe switch knows when you’re in the room and automatically adjusts the light level based on ambient brightness.
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Not only is the popular nerd-culture site slashing prices on its clearance section, but you get another 25% off your entire cart, too.
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Tuesday April 30, 2019. 11:00 PM
iPhone sales might be leveling off, but Apple is doing just fine. Apple on Tuesday announced its second quarter results for 2019, and it’s clear that the shift in it business model is in full swing. While Apple still posted revenue of $58 billion, iPhone sales were...
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Facebook just announced a handful of new features for its extremely popular Messenger app. Among them, a new native desktop version for both macOS and Windows.The news was delivered by Mark Zuckerberg during his keynote address at the F8 developer conference, but was first...
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Five years ago, Apple stopped development on Aperture and iPhoto, two apps made for photo management, the former being the professional app and the latter the app for general consumers. Apple replaced those apps with Photos, but you could still run the older apps, and...
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Smart bulbs are a great way to get started on a connected home, but at upwards of $50 a pop, they're not exactly cheap. Today we have two solid smart bulb options that are: A two-pack of TP-Link's KL120 Kasa smart bulbs is $30 from B&H PhotoRemove non-product link, down from ...
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RIP Cozmo and Vector. According to a report from Recode, Anki, the company responsible for making small AI-tuned robots with giant personalities is shutting down after it ran out of money. Recode says the company is forced to close its doors “after a new round of financing ...
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If you fly often or take a noisy train to work everyday, you probably own a set of decent headphones to drown out unnecessary noise. However, regular headphones don’t do an adequate job of blocking outside noises, so you might be turning up your volume louder than...
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Two weeks ago, I wrote about the “I d.o.n.t.” autocorrect mystery that a Macworld reader was having with their iPhone. Tapping in “I don’t” resulted in “I D.o.n.t.” They had no idea why, and nothing they tried worked.Since that column appeared, a couple dozens...
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Sadly, our friends don’t all have iPhones. That means some of our Message chats are peppered with green bubbles and send over regular SMS instead of via Apple’s ultra-fast iMessage system. But it’s not just the color and speed that makes iMessage superior: it’s also...
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Have you taken Apple Uproar 101? Well, if not, here’s the notes from the syllabus: When someone complains about Apple, type it up.That’s pretty much it. It’s a short course. Usually a J-term class.Writing for The New York Times, Jack Nicas claims “Apple Cracks Down...
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This combination floor sweeper and wet mopper automates your hard floor cleaning.
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You don't have to completely fear social media before watching the latest episode of your favorite show—or the final movie of a major franchise.
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Monday April 29, 2019. 10:57 PM
If you wish to be a successful entrepreneur or businessperson, you’ll need to cultivate your reading skills to learn new ideas and stay ahead of your peers. Unfortunately, as an entrepreneur, your mind is probably focused on managing your business. Luckily, Readitfor.me...
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PDF is one of the most widely-used document formats today. It’s primarily used for documents that need to be read, whether they’re Word documents or book scans. However, PDFs have limited functionality despite how often they're used. For example, your Mac can’t edit...
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