Tag Archive: Back


How to Change Gmail Back to Old Versions Appearance

If you use Gmail.com as your primary web mail client, you likely have noticed that Gmail has a new redesigned visual interface and appearance that is larger, more spacious, a bigger sidebar, and more bold appearance all around, with a series of new cursor hover detection features as well. Many Gmail users like the change … Read More

iOS 12.1.4 Update Available for iPhone & iPad, Download Now to Get Group FaceTime Back

Apple has released iOS 12.1.4 for iPhone and iPad, the new update resolves the serious Group FaceTime security flaw that existed in prior iOS 12.1.x builds that allowed for unauthorized eavesdropping of a FaceTime call. The update is recommended for all iOS users, and is necessary for those wishing to use Group FaceTime. Separately, Apple … Read More

Deleted System Files from Mac OS? Here’s How to Get Them Back

Have you ever wondered what to do if you delete a system file from a Mac? Or maybe you’re wondering how you can get those system files back after they were deleted from the computer? While most Mac users should never modify system files in Mac OS and Mac OS X, some do anyway, and … Read More

Your iPhone has traveled the distance of the moon and back to reach you

The various parts in your iPhone have traveled a great distance to reach your pocket — combined, they’ve gone almost as far as a trip to the moon and back. That fancy Touch ID button on the front of your iPhone 6s, for example, inhabits a 12,000 mile footprint alone, what with the artificial sapphire […]

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Why I won’t ditch my iPhone SE to go back to a bigger handset

For the last year and a half I’ve been using the massive iPhone 6 Plus. I love its 5.5-inch screen for watching videos, checking my social media pages, and browsing the web. But after spending the last week with the diminutive, 4-inch iPhone SE, my thoughts on whether or not I need such a big […]

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White House won’t back bill forcing tech companies to break encryption

The White House is refusing to publicly support new draft legislation that would give judges the right to force tech companies like Apple to help law enforcement break encrypted data. The measure was put forward by Sens. Richard Burr and Dianne Feinstein, respectively the Republican chair and top Democrat of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Both […]

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Heartless Kanye has Apple Music fling behind Tidal’s back

Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo album has arrived on Apple Music — making something of a mockery of Mr. Kim Kardashian’s claim last month that the album would “never never never be on Apple.” We guess by “never” he meant “you’ll have to wait six more weeks.” My album will never never never be on […]

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How to Downgrade iOS 9.3 Back to iOS 9.2.1

While iOS 9.3 has several new features and is a notable improvement over prior iOS 9.x releases, some users may wish to downgrade iOS 9.3 back to iOS 9.2.1 for whatever reason. Downgrading to the prior release is possible for a limited time, so if you have any interest in doing this you’ll want to … Read More

50,000 users want Instagram to turn back time

An online petition asking Instagram to reverse its decision to get rid of chronological order in users’ feeds has gathered almost 50,000 signatures in a day. The request emerged after the photo-sharing platform announced yesterday that it intends to switch to algorithm-based ordering “based on the likelihood you’ll be interested in the content, your relationship […]

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Star Wars is back: The Force Awakens is as awesome as you hoped it would be

If we ignore the prequels (and, heck, who doesn’t), there hasn’t been a solid Star Wars film in 32 years. That’s all about to change if film critics reviewing the new film in the franchise, The Force Awakens, are right. The first reviews are in and boy, are they positive. While a few reviewers point […]

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