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  • How Search Engine Results Are Terrible

    Thu 8:00pm By Wil Gomez
    Got search? Of course you do. People search for anything and everything and the world’s biggest search engine is you-know-who. Do not let that playful, colorful logo and cute name fool you. Google knows so much about you ... Continue Reading »
  • Yet Another Fake Anti-Apple iPhone Screed

    Thu 7:30pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    It does not take much to differentiate fake news from reality. No, fake news is not reality; but it’s a part of life that needs to be singled out, called for what it is, and then abruptly dismissed. ... Continue Reading »
  • Safari Goes After Trackers As Malware

    Thu 7:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Who’s your online daddy? Google, of course. No online entity trackers you more than Google, whether through the search engine, Google apps, Google ads, or Google Analytics trackers. Who is your savior? Apple, right? Nope. It’s Firefox.…
  • You Don’t Really Want A Foldable iPhone

    Thu 6:05pm By Jack Miller
    Foldable phones are nothing new. We’ve all had one, right? Hello? Flip phones. Motorola Razr. The reality is this. We don’t really want a foldable phone. Says who? It depends upon which survey you choose to read. One ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Upgrade Your Mac’s Hardware

    Wed 8:00pm By Jack Miller
    Here’s the deal. You have a Mac and you want to upgrade it. How you upgrade it is drop dead simple? Or, nearly impossible. There is not much territory between the two. An upgrade will depend on a ... Continue Reading »
  • Is Apple Is On The Wrong Side Of Repair?

    Wed 7:00pm By Wil Gomez
    If Betteridge’s Law of Headlines means anything, then, no, you don’t have a right to repair today’s modern technology gadgets. But you do have certain rights anyway, so what’s the silly argument about having a legalized right to ... Continue Reading »
  • Trump Rattles Apple Over The Mac

    Wed 6:05pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Few Americans would argue that there is nothing wrong with the country’s political system. If ever an institution was broken, we’re the not-always-proud owners of a government under stress. Business, like politics, often means strange bedfellows, and…
  • How To Kill Mac Apps You Don’t Need

    Tue 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Got apps? Of course you do. If you’re at all like me, then you have more apps than you use, therefore, more apps than you need. So, how do you delete apps you don’t need? Apple makes it ... Continue Reading »
  • How Apple Can Afford To Buy The Future

    Tue 7:00pm By Wil Gomez
    Apple seems to spawn Fortune 500 companies. How so? After all, Apple itself is ranked #3 on the list. iPhone, as a standalone company, would be in the Top 15. Mac and iPad? Both Top 150. What about ... Continue Reading »
  • Goodbye, Microsoft Office, Hello What?

    Tue 6:05pm By Jack Miller
    Yes, it pays to read beyond the headlines. Why? All to often the headlines do not reveal the true story, and that’s especially true in the misinformation age the internet has become. Here’s a perfect example. Where I ... Continue Reading »
  • What The Hell Is ‘Apple Wearables?’

    Aug 12, 2019, 8:00 pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Do you remember all the static, noise, and criticism Apple received because iPhone was such a success? At one time iPhone was almost 70-percent of Apple’s revenue and profits and that somehow meant doom. Diversification can be difficult ... Continue Reading »
  • Subscription Apps Jumped A Species

    Aug 12, 2019, 7:00 pm By David Farrington
    Renting is nothing new. Neither is leasing, rent-to-own, leasing-to-own, but application subscriptions are a slightly different animal. You rent, with no option to own. App subscriptions are all the rage these days. Try an app and if you ... Continue Reading »