Tag Archive: Onto


Starz streaming service shoots onto iOS and Apple TV

Starz is finally getting into the streaming business. The premium cable network revealed today that it is launching a standalone streaming service on iOS, Apple TV, and other platforms today. The Starz digital service gives you yet another monthly subscription to pay for, but the company has one killer feature it hopes will put it […]

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Ex-Google boss slaps medical grade EKG onto Apple Watch

AliveCor, the groundbreaking medical tech company which makes an iPhone case for predicting strokes, is embracing the world of the Apple Watch. The company’s forthcoming Kardia Band is an Apple Watch accessory which will augment the wearable’s existing heart monitor with the addition of an FDA-approved, voice-activated electrocardiogram that can analyze your heart rate and email it directly […]

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Super-simple exploit lets malware creep onto your Mac

Apple’s Gatekeeper feature was designed to keep even the most advanced users from accidentally installing malicious software on their computers, but a super-simple exploit lets hackers sneak malware onto your Mac. The exploit was discovered by Patrick Wardle, director of research at security firm Synack. Wardle found that the exploit is made possible thanks to […]

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Carrot Weather’s sassy forecasts storm onto Mac

The sassy robot that got its start on iOS has started taking over the Mac too. Carrot Weather launched in the Mac App Store today complete with tons of features and even more snarky comments about the conditions. The self-proclaimed “weather robot with a personality” has plenty to offer. The Carrot Weather app for Mac is pretty […]

Angry Birds 2 flings itself onto your screens July 30

The disgruntled avians are headed your way yet again in a new game, cleverly titled Angry Birds 2, according to a fairly vague website and trailer from Finnish developer Rovio. Details are scant, but here’s hoping we see more of… Read more ›

3 easy ways to record Beats 1 audio onto your Mac

Beats 1 is live 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and it’s a fantastic way to get your dose of what’s happening right now in urban music. Problem is, just like the terrestrial radio that it uses as… Read more ›

Get your digital memories off the computer and onto the page

There is a slight soapbox on which I stand sometimes when I write about photography. Nothing too high-minded, but when the topic allows, I will gently remind people to print out their pictures from their iPhones and computers. Today, I… Read more ›

How to hack the new MacBook’s power chime onto the MacBook Air and Pro

You know how the iPhone and iPad plays a little chime when you plug it in? The new MacBook also does that. But sadly, the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro remain completely silent when they connect to juice — which… Read more ›

How to hack the new MacBook’s power chime onto the MacBook Air & Pro

You know how the iPhone and iPad plays a little chime when you plug it in? The new MacBook also does that, but sadly, the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are still completely silent when they connect to juice… which… Read more ›

Finish him! Mortal Kombat X uppercuts its way onto iOS

For the first time since the disappointing Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, the world’s most ultra-violent fighting franchise is making its way onto iOS, courtesy of Mortal Kombat X Mobile: a stripped down, swipe-based version of the console Mortal Kombat X, which… Read more ›