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  • Apple’s iPad Still Has A Massive Input Problem

    Thu 8:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Word on the streets says Apple has a new line of iPads on the way. Whether in time for holiday shopping or not, we can guess some of the new features with ease. Thinner, lighter, faster; small side ... Continue Reading »
  • Facebook Spy Cam: What Could Go Wrong?

    Thu 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    What does it mean to have a ‘tin ear‘ or to be ‘tone deaf?’ I see two basic definitions. The first has to do with music; an inability to hear or appreciate musical rhythm, tones, melodies, et al. ... Continue Reading »
  • Use Time Out For A Time Out On A Mac

    Thu 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    If time is money then how much is break time worth? Just doing the math makes me cringe every time I take a break. Yet, breaks are important for our physical and mental health. Most of us need ... Continue Reading »
  • No, Amazon Is Not The New Apple

    Wed 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    No matter what you think about what is going on in the world, I have not redefined my mission as a citizen of planet earth to correct all the miscarriages of justice and misleading tech headlines. It may ... Continue Reading »
  • The New iPad Reinvents HP’s TouchPad

    Wed 8:00pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Technology trends come and go. Samsung is a good example of a technology manufacturer that is willing to throw ideas against a wall to see what sticks. Apple seems more intent to manufacture hit products instead. Mac, iPhone, ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Put More Clouds In The Mac’s Finder

    Wed 8:00pm By Jack Miller
    The Mac has always been a network computer. Or, rather a computer with network options to share files easily between Macs and other devices. It was that way back in the 1980s and it’s that way– kinda, sorta, ... Continue Reading »
  • How Apple Props Up Google And Samsung

    Tue 8:03pm By Kate MacKenzie
    In the age of misinformation we should beware that what we read is not necessarily a reflection of reality. If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and good functionality in the eye of the user, then ... Continue Reading »
  • Sneaky Forbes Lies To Apple Customers

    Tue 8:02pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Each year for the past few years Samsung has gone on a campaign to denigrate Apple. Or, rather, Apple’s customers. Does any good marketer expect to get a competitor’s customers to switch by insulting them? Since those campaigns ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Put Duplicate Windows On A Mac

    Tue 8:01pm By Natalia Nowak
    Yes, your Mac’s screen can be filled with windows. App windows. Too many windows. Or, not enough of the windows you want to view. Safari and other apps can open multiple windows. What if you want to duplicate ... Continue Reading »
  • Put The Finder In The Mac’s Menubar

    Tue 8:00pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Mac apps can be divided into two distinct categories. Apps that most of us use every day. Those include Safari, Mail, Calendar, Contacts, iTunes, Photos, et al. And, apps that Mac power users use every day. Those would ... Continue Reading »
  • Palm’s Palm vs. iPhone Xs Max: I Want Both

    Mon 8:03pm By Kate MacKenzie
    Remember Palm Pilot? Investors thought the Palm with webOS would revolutionize the smartphone industry. HP couldn’t make it work and today anything Palm is little more than a niche in history. If Phoenix rises from the ashes then ... Continue Reading »
  • iPhone Xs Max Is The Mac In Your Pocket

    Mon 8:03pm By Wil Gomez
    Kate and I have a longstanding, long running argument about which Apple gadget we would keep if we could have only one. As it stands now, we tend to have one of everything. Kate says iPhone; specifically the ... Continue Reading »