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OS X Yosemite has changed the way your Mac deals with your privacy. On the one hand, Apple has decided to enable hard drive encryption by default, despite the FBI requests not to. On the other hand, every time you… Read more ›

Liveblog: Apple’s Q4 2014 earnings extravaganza

Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri are getting ready to follow up the launch of Apple Pay by revealing Apple’s Q4 earnings with investors this afternoon. The results are expected to be record breaking, anchored by the unprecedented demand of… Read more ›

Yosemite’s new Dark Mode is one of my favorite new features in OS X 10.10, but toggling it on and off can be a pain. Apple didn’t include a hotkey combo that lets you switch from Light to Dark mode, but… Read more ›

Apple has released iOS 8.1 for all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The update offers a variety of new features for mobile devices, and also resolves some of the bugs and issues that existed with prior versions of iOS 8. The iOS 8.1 update is recommended for all users to install on their … Read More

New iOS 8.1 features you need to know

iOS 8.1 is now available to the public and along with bringing Apple Pay into the wild, the major update is packed with new features that bring harmony to your iPhone and Mac workflow. Instant Hotspot and SMS Relay connect your iPhone… Read more ›

Having helped pioneer the concept of the $ 0.99 music track on iTunes, Apple is now trying to bring down the price of streaming music. According to a new report published by Re/code, Apple is pushing music labels for extensive price… Read more ›

Got a MacBook that you just love but find that the screen sometimes leaves you wanting more? Ever dream about owning a huge 27 inch Thunderbolt monitor so you can work with every pixel unhindered? You could make that dream… Read more ›

In Spike Jonze’s film, Her, Joaquin Phoenix plays a man who falls in love with a Siri-like “digital assistant,” played by Scarlett Johansson. But falling in love with Siri doesn’t just happen in the movies. In the New York Times,… Read more ›

The Chinese authorities are staging a “man-in-the-middle” attack on Apple’s iCloud service in an attempt to steal username and password information, according to anti-censorship watchdog group GreatFire.org. As per Wikipedia, a man-in-the-middle attack “is a form of active eavesdropping in which… Read more ›

Dropbox gets Touch ID and iPhone 6 support

Particularly if you work with computers, Dropbox is one of the most useful tools available, and a new update for its official iOS app has just made it handier than ever. Adding support for Touch ID, iOS 8 users now… Read more ›