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  • 11 Of My Favorite Hidden Features In iOS 11

    Tue 8:03pm By Wil Gomez
    Apple launched iOS 11 for iPad and iPhone. You’ll see it show up on iPhone 8 and iPhone X in a few weeks, and a month or so, respectively. iOS 11 is an interesting update. There is much ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Back Up Mac, iPhone, And iPad

    Tue 8:02pm By Jack Miller
    Backing up our devices is so easy that almost nobody does it. Seriously? Nobody? Alright, ask around. Ask your iPhone toting, iPad using, and Mac aficionados if they have a backup system going on. The results will surprise. ... Continue Reading »
  • Only Apple Could Build iPhone X

    Tue 8:01pm By Natalia Nowak
    At first glance it would appear that absolutely every new feature on iPhone X is available on other smartphones. From the micro-bezel OLED display to Face ID face recognition, Apple has embraced features found elsewhere. That’s how Apple ... Continue Reading »
  • A Mac And iOS App To Win At Poker

    Tue 8:00pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Members of the Mincey clan have a list of vices that date back many generations. Poker remains high on the list. Here’s an app we like. If your brain could calculate and remember as well as PokerCruncher you’d ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Sync Mac Files And Folders

    Tue 8:00pm By Jack Miller
    Yes, cloned backups are all the rage but sometimes all you want to do is backup a few files, or sync this folder full of files to another folder, either on your Mac, or to a disk connected ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple Software Is Too Complicated

    Mon 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    This is not the time to allow your hair to catch of fire thanks to my article’s headline. Software is too complicated. Even Apple’s software– macOS Sierra, iOS 11 (I’m using it; it’s great), iWhatever. Too complicated. Don’t ... Continue Reading »
  • How Apple’s iPhone Is #2 Again

    Mon 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion. After all, God gave us free will, and unfortunately for some of mankind, we exercise it far too much in age of the internet and the information highway that has become the ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Browse Time Machine Backups

    Mon 8:00pm By Jack Miller
    A Mac user without a backup plan is a Mac user destined for disaster. No backup? Murphy’s Law applies. ‘Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.’ And, sooner or later, it will, so it makes sense to back ... Continue Reading »
  • Two Ways To Track Package Deliveries

    Mon 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    As much as we’ve adopted many of the technology marvels of the 21st century, we still do a few things the old fashioned way. Amazon isn’t the world’s largest online retail store because of drones. It’s trucks that ... Continue Reading »
  • Technology Guy Vows To Skip iPhone X

    Sun 8:03pm By Wil Gomez
    Let’s say you work for a magazine about automobiles. That means you test drive many different cars, perhaps a few trucks, but it’s likely you have a car of your own. What car? Well, since you know about ... Continue Reading »
  • Google, Android, And iCloud Backups

    Sun 8:02pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    My iPhone and iPad are backed up on iCloud. Apple discontinued to iTunes backup system on the Mac and Windows PCs because the company is confident that iCloud is a better solution. Maybe so, maybe not. But it ... Continue Reading »
  • Type On A Mac Faster Than You Can Type

    Sun 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Nearly everyone I know has a teacher somewhere in their history who was not liked but later appreciated. One of mine was my typing teacher. Yes, most of her students seemed to dislike Miss Hastings because she was ... Continue Reading »