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  • Apple’s Role In Democracy’s Decline

    Thu 7:02pm By Wil Gomez
    Everywhere you look throughout the free and almost-free world, democracy as we know it is under assault. These constant and increasing attacks on freedoms we hold dear are not always from foreign entities, but also come from within. ... Continue Reading »
  • ‘Dear Apple, I Won’t Buy These From You’

    Thu 7:01pm By Jack D. Miller
    This week I took a trip to the nearest Apple Store. I used to go there often but now it’s an every few months thing. Nobody goes to the Apple Store anymore. It’s too crowded and it takes ... Continue Reading »
  • ‘Free:’ Manage Tasks On Mac, iPhone, iPad

    Thu 7:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Most of my 13 year career writing for Mac360 has been devoted to uncovering Mac app gems that may not get the promotion they deserve, but compare well with those apps of greater notoriety. Such is the case ... Continue Reading »
  • iPhone: The Greatest Product Ever?

    Wed 7:02pm By Wil Gomez
    Just over 10 years ago, then Apple CEO Steve Jobs walked onstage and introduced the iPhone. Few thought it would be a success, let alone Apple’s greatest product ever. While Apple’s ability to survive remains in doubt, few ... Continue Reading »
  • It’s Time For Siri To Grow Up

    Wed 7:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    As much as technologists herald the internet and wireless communications as the great inventions of the past few decades, I’m not so sure that the interwebs have helped mankind, and all of our new fangled technology seems to ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Edit vCards On A Mac

    Wed 7:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    By night I use Apple products for fun and pleasure. My day job has me wrestling with support issues born from hundreds Macs and Windows PCs at a Chicago area private school. Part of my job is to ... Continue Reading »
  • The Danger Of A New, New MacBook Pro

    Tue 7:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Here are some safe bets to make about Apple in 2017. We’ll see new iPads in the spring. They’re overdue. We’ll see some new iMacs this year. They’re overdue. See the pattern? Late spring will see Apple’s annual ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple’s Problem Competing Against Free

    Tue 7:00pm By Bambi Brannan
    Sure, everyone knows Apple’s Mac was disruptive to the traditional PC industry. The same disruption occurred with the iPod, iTunes Music Store, the iPhone and App Store, even iPad and Watch changed the landscape. Even more disruptive…
  • Yet Another New Mac App Launcher

    Tue 7:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    What? The Mac’s built-in Dock isn’t enough of an app launcher for me? Yeah, well, there’s this problem with real estate and fading vision. Add more apps, the Dock icons get smaller. Prune the apps, then how do ... Continue Reading »
  • The OS Wars Are Over And Apple Lost

    Mon 7:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Comparisons of anything can be a difficult proposition because not too many comparisons are totally apples to apples. Some are Apple to apples. It’s common knowledge that Microsoft’s Windows won the desktop and notebook PC wars. Apple…
  • What If Apple Opens Up The App Store?

    Mon 7:00pm By Kate MacKenzie
    There is a battle brewing behind the scenes which could alter the app store landscape as we know it. Apple only allows approved apps from the App Store to be installed on iPhones and iPads. Some say that ... Continue Reading »
  • Just How Fast Is Your Mac?

    Sun 7:00pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    How fast is your Mac? And how would you know unless there was a way to compare your Mac’s performance against other Macs? Yes, today’s Macs are faster than ever. But how fast are we talking? The arguments ... Continue Reading »