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Thursday August 3, 2017. 03:43 PM
With this smartphone lens kit from Amir you can take high clarity, professional photos wish fisheye, macro and super wide angle format from virtually any cell phone. These professional HD lenses reduce glass flare & ghosting caused by reflections. A universal clip design...
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Nintendo has always seemed a step or two behind the times when it comes to the online capabilities of its devices, whether it’s issues with the interface or how you connect to and communicate with friends. The Nintendo Switch looked like it was going to change all of...
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The combined network could stream channels like HGTV and TLC on the cheap, but consolidation always comes at a cost.
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Artists of every stripe—fine art, comic art, photo art—rely on Corel Painter to create original works, as its natural media methodology uses tech to mimic paint on canvas.As with many mature products, it’s hard to fathom improvements in historical software that’s...
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Hey, does anyone need an object lesson in why you shouldn’t draw too many conclusions from Apple rumors?That’s a rhetorical question. Because some people need one. Bad.Have you heard about this upcoming “smartphone” from Apple called…[Pretends to check notes but...
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Keys are yesterday’s tech, your smart home needs a smart lock.
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Wednesday August 2, 2017. 08:12 PM
For $6.09, you can pick up 100 Velcro ties today and get those cables organized.
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The Fullbright Company likes haunted-house stories. Their debut title, Gone Home, had you exploring a spooky, empty mansion whose only specters were ultimately metaphorical. In Tacoma ($20 on Steam), the ghosts are digital—recordings of an abandoned space station’s...
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Editor's note: We've updated this article with advice from readers who have had the same problem.Cecil Usher wants to give his granddaughter a 2010-era 27-inch iMac. However, there’s a problem. The screen goes completely black and stays that way for no apparent reason,...
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Every 90 days there’s a new Apple financial quarter, a new raft of federally-mandated financial disclosures, and another hour-long conference call that lets us hear Apple CEO Tim Cook (and CFO Luca Maestri) take questions from inquisitive Wall Street analysts.On Tuesday,...
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If you want a strong indoor TV antenna that blends in, look no further than RCA’s Skybar.
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Update 8/24/17: Bloomberg has reported that Apple is planning on releasing a new 4K Apple TV in the fall. See our Apple TV FAQ below for more information.Apple TV has grown up a lot since its iTV days. It’s not just for iTunes rentals anymore—Apple TV handles just about ...
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Tuesday August 1, 2017. 11:00 PM
No new iPhone, no problem for Apple’s bottom line. The company just reported its third quarter results for fiscal year 2017 and they’re awfully good: $8.7 billion profit, or $1.67 per share, on revenue of $45.4 billion.That breaks down to 41 million iPhones, a slight...
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Apple’s next iPhone: Apple provides a hint as to what’s in store. The iPod nano and iPod shuffle are discontinued. And will engineers hate working in Apple Park? Macworld’s Roman Loyola, Oscar Raymundo, and Leah Yamshon talk about these topics and more in the Macworld...
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Cord-cutting sports fans get a lot for $35 per month, but there some big holes and plenty of rough edges.
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Apple recently removed several virtual private network (VPN) apps from its App Store in China. Three VPN providers confirmed removal, and Apple provided a statement that said that regulations put in place in January were the cause. “We have been required to remove some VPN ...
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BusyKid ($12 per year) is a web-based service that teaches children fiscal responsibility by encouraging them to perform household chores. For $12 per year, parents assign tasks to family members, placing a cash value on each chore and allowing children to determine how...
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An alternate experience to getting lost on YouTube.
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Ross Millard wrote in with a complaint about Photos for macOS. He notes that he can’t easily find in which folders his images live on his computer when using Photos. He’s used to interacting directly with his media via Aperture, and having it directly accessible. iPhoto...
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An alternate experience to getting lost on YouTube.
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