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  • iPhone’s 21st Century Sea Of Sameness

    Wed 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    This week Samsung introduced the new Galaxy S8 model, a somewhat newish-looking Android smartphone that many say takes design to a new level. Don’t believe the hype. Not much has changed and smartphones remain in the doldrums of ... Continue Reading »
  • All The Siri-like Voice Agents Are Still Stupid

    Wed 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Somewhere around 15 or perhaps 20 years ago I had a cell phone which responded to voice commands. It didn’t do much other than dial a number when I spoke a name. Here we are, well into the ... Continue Reading »
  • A Privacy Tool For Mac, iPhone, And iPad

    Wed 8:00pm By Jack D. Miller
    Privacy and security are two of the most important issues technology toting humans should care about in the 21st century. If you don’t, you should. If you do, you should take action. One of the issues within privacy ... Continue Reading »
  • Use iLock To Unlock iApps On Your iMac

    Wed 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    How many ways can you lock down your Mac and make it secure from intruders, family members, neighbors, thieves, and co-workers? The answer is plenty— there are plenty of ways to secure a Mac, its apps, and data. ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple’s iCloud Is Under Attack

    Tue 8:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Alright, to be perfectly honest and rather brazen about it, no matter what device or online service you use, if it’s connected to the interwebs, it’s under attack all the time, 24/7, it never ends. Yes, iCloud is ... Continue Reading »
  • Android Don’t Got What iPhone Users Get

    Tue 8:00pm By Jack D. Miller
    Pardon my French. And my grammar. But one must pity most of the world’s 1.8-billion or so Android device users because what Apple did this week just made owning an Android smartphone or tablet look, well, lame. Sad. ... Continue Reading »
  • A Few Fun Tools For Mac Mail

    Tue 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    I hate email. There. I said it. I’m not alone, either. I don’t know anyone who has more than a few email accounts who doesn’t hate email. I can only describe email as the scourge from aliens intent ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple And The Coming Security Apocalypse

    Mon 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    When it comes to the basics of privacy and security, I fear the worst is yet to come. We’re not 100 days into Donald Trump’s presidency and the news media has been rocked with one controversy after another. ... Continue Reading »
  • My Apple Gear And A Future Of Robot Taxes

    Mon 8:02pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, still the richest man on planet earth, has a great idea. Put a tax on robots. Is it not enough that the government taxes citizens, should we allow them to tax machines, too? Yes. ... Continue Reading »
  • Free: Zoom To See Links, Photos, Videos

    Mon 8:01pm By Jack D. Miller
    My Mac360 assignment for Monday was to find a free Mac utility that was unique, out of the ordinary, something everyone could use, but few knew about it. Well, that took time so here it is another day, ... Continue Reading »
  • Put A Timer And Stopwatch In The Dock

    Mon 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Macs, iPhones, and iPad share many apps and utilities. Safari, Mail, Reminders, Notes, Contacts, and Calendar are a few. What’s missing on the Mac is a utility I use often on my iPhone and iPad. iOS devices have ... Continue Reading »
  • If PCs Are Old News, What Is The Mac?

    Sun 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    Apple, Inc. seems to have something of a personality disorder. The company’s executives claim to be focused only on building the best products and the best user experience. Really? Does that high and mighty claim actually hold water? ... Continue Reading »