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  • How to Save Time with Siri Shortcuts

    Mon 11:10am By Alexander Fox
    Apple has been trying to bring the power of programming to the average user since nearly the inception of the Mac more than thirty years ago. Their efforts have been hit or miss in terms of popularity, but they’ve finally brought a simple programming…
  • Quickly Rip DVD to HD Videos with MacX DVD Ripper Pro [Giveaway]

    Fri 1:28am By Alexander Fox
    While the DVD might not be the popular format it once was, plenty of users still have them and employ them. But unless you want to throw all your DVDs in the trash, you need a way to preserve your DVD-based content for the future. To accomplish that, you’ll…
  • Selling Your iPhone? Here are Important Reminders

    Thu 8:00am By Apple Gazette
    If you’re selling your iPhone, there are quite a few things to consider. Most important is getting the most money out of your used device. You also have to think about how the transaction will take place and be mindful of your safety, whether it’s an…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, December 6, 2018

    Thu 7:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Tank Super Wars One of the…
  • What Are Accessibility Permissions All About?

    Wed 11:00am By Alexander Fox
    Mac apps often request some kind of “permissions” during their installation. Since Apple expanded macOS Mojave’s Security and Privacy permissions, requests have only increased. If we could track the most frequently requested permission, it would have to…
  • Scan and Combine Two PDFs in macOS

    Dec 3, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    There are two basic situations you might encounter when you want to combine two scanned documents in macOS. Either you already have separately scanned document files that you need to combine, or you haven’t yet scanned the files and want to combine them…
  • Top 5 Reasons You Should Consider Custom iPhone Cases

    Nov 29, 2018, 8:10 pm By Zac
    What a nightmare! I just recently had an Apple iWatch break when it fell off my wrist and hit the floor. It had a protective case on the rim, but wasn’t fully across the glass and now I have a shattered iWatch 🙁 The good news is, after hours of connecting…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, November 29, 2018

    Nov 29, 2018, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Real Drift Car Racing With 20…
  • 19 Apple Gifts for Christmas in 2018

    Nov 28, 2018, 11:53 am By Alexander Fox
    Carabiner Lightning Cable – $35 Do you have a friend that always asks for a charger? Clip this to their pants so they shut their dumb mouths. You can also get other versions of the Nomad that attach to your keys.   BookArc for MacBook – $49 Using your…
  • Streaks Workout – Get Fit Your Own Way! [Review]

    Nov 27, 2018, 10:00 am By Apple Gazette
    I would start this review by talking about myself. I love working out, but generally, I’m in a hurry to complete the daily amount of work. That’s why I’ve frequently neglected exercising instead of doing them partly. A couple of months ago I came across…
  • Reading and Writing to Windows Hard Drives in macOS

    Nov 26, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    Interacting with Windows from macOS has always been a pain. It’s much easier now than it use to be, of course. There was a time when there was virtually no cross-compatibility between the operating systems, and files edited in Windows basically could not be…
  • VideoProc: Process and Convert All Video Types

    Nov 25, 2018, 11:25 pm By Alexander Fox
    Video processing is something most folks don’t think about. Most video processing happens behind the scenes, before you view a YouTube video or Blu-Ray. The folks who make those videos, however, don’t have that luxury. That’s what tools like VideoProc…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, November 22, 2018

    Nov 22, 2018, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today The Walking Dead: A New…
  • How to Set Up an External Microphone on Your Mac

    Nov 21, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    If you want to record music or spoken word on your Mac, you’ll want a high-quality mic. You can get a microphone in dozens of styles. The most popular are headset mics (often called “gaming headsets”), USB microphones, and standard XLR microphones that…
  • Dangers of losing data after or during iOS update: Is data recovery possible?

    Nov 20, 2018, 9:00 am By Yevgeniy Kapishon
    There is no doubt that updating your software is important. However, backing up your data before you update anything is of far greater importance. Here’s an example of why you should heed this advice: One day you get a notification on your phone that a new…
  • Fix Your Mouse Not Working in macOS With These Tricks

    Nov 19, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    If your wired mouse isn’t working, you’re probably out of luck. Those things are generally foolproof and rely on deep system tools like HID configurations to function. If that doesn’t work, it’s probably an issue with the hardware. Wireless mice,…
  • How to Start a YouTube Channel Using Just Your Apple iPhone

    Nov 15, 2018, 11:33 am By Zac
    In the early days of YouTube, the site existed as a place for people to share videos with their friends, family, or just random strangers on the Internet. But, that’s about where it ended. Today, YouTube has become so extensively developed as a platform that…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, November 15, 2018

    Nov 15, 2018, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Calendarium – About this…
  • The Dark Art of Working With Images in Microsoft Word

    Nov 14, 2018, 1:29 pm By Alexander Fox
    While Word’s image placement might seem impenetrable and cryptic, there are in fact rules. But in order to use images in Microsoft Word of macOS without pulling your hair out, you need to know how to use some advanced options that aren’t as obvious or easy…
  • How to Customize the macOS Dictionary App

    Nov 13, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    The built-in Dictionary app in macOS is hardly the sexiest piece of software out there, but it is a crucially overlooked resource. When combined with the context menu’s “Look Up” function, it makes both learning words and using words correctly far…
  • 7 iOS Apps to Watch Live Sports

    Nov 12, 2018, 8:30 am By Apple Gazette
    If you’re like most avid sports fans, you’ll do anything to stay connected to stream live games, particularly if the team you’re rooting for is playing. The great thing about technology is that you can now travel anywhere and still enjoy the thrill of…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, November 8, 2018

    Nov 8, 2018, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Crack: Cipher Challenge Crack…
  • Using Multiple Hard Drives with Time Machine

    Nov 7, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    Redundancy is a hugely important part of a good backup regime. You never want a single point of failure, a lynchpin that can bring down the whole system By incorporating multiple hard drives into your routine, you’ll be able to preserve your data across…
  • How to Keep Your Mac in Tip Top Shape While Savings on Costs

    Nov 5, 2018, 2:20 pm By Zac
    When it comes to popularity among electronic devices, Apple products win hands down. In fact, a whopping 64 percent of Americans own some kind of Apple device. As reported by AppleInsider, “Apple becoming America’s favorite company, as 64% own iPhone, Mac,…
  • Using Screen Time to Fight iPhone Overuse

    Nov 5, 2018, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    I know that, as a tech journalist, I’ve frequently found myself spending far too much time with my screens. I hardly stand alone in this: according to the science on the matter, an enormous number of people wish they used their various devices less. And the…