Tag Archive: Open


How to Disable Boot on Lid Open on MacBook Pro (Late 2016 Models)

The newest MacBook Pro models default to automatically powering on when the laptops lid is opened, or when the Mac is connected to power. This may be desirable to some users, but not everyone may be pleased with an automatically booting MacBook just when the display lid is lifted open. With a visit to the … Read More

Fixing “The application ‘Application.app’ is not open anymore” Mac Error

One of the more brilliantly worded Mac errors you may encounter is the curious “The application ‘Application.app’ is not open anymore.” message. This error is often seen when trying to interact with Preview, Finder, Steam, or many other apps either through one of the apps related files or through the app itself. Once you see … Read More

Quickly Open a New Browser Tab in Safari for iPhone

The latest versions of Safari for iPhone have an even faster way to open a new Safari tab, without having to enter into the broader tab view window. It’s a great trick, but it’s a little hidden and less than obvious, but nonetheless offers the quickest way possible to open a new browser tab in … Read More

How to Open .pkg Files to View What Will Install on Mac with Suspicious Package

Many Mac applications and downloads arrive as a PKG package file, but have you ever wanted to open a PKG file to view exactly what is being installed and where it’s going from the source .pkg? Assuming you get a .pkg installer from a trusted source like Apple there is generally nothing to be concerned … Read More

Open Winmail.dat Attachments Files on iPhone & iPad with TNEF Enough

iPhone and iPad owners who regularly receive emails from Windows-based users may find ‘winmail.dat’ files attached to the email messages, a file type which Mail.app can struggle to identify or open. Since winmail.dat files can be anything from a simple styled rich text email, to a calendar invite, vcf contact card, or even a legitimate … Read More

How to Open Winmail.dat Attachment Files on Mac OS X

Many Mac Mail users who send and receive emails with their Windows counterparts using a mail client like Outlook or Microsoft Exchange will discover a “winmail.dat” file attached to those emails. If you try to open a winmail.dat file on Mac OS X, you’ll usually find there is nothing available to open the attachment, or … Read More

With technology, you can open your own doors to new careers [Deals]

If you’re eager to turn a new corner in your career, the world of software and web development is a wide and fertile field. Whether you’re thinking about getting into game development, managing data, building websites or just staying relevant in your skill set, Virtual Training Company’s courses have you covered. And right now you […]

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New Domino’s app orders your favorite pizza as soon as you open it

When that pizza craving hits, the faster you get your hands on a slice of pie, the better. Don’t waste any time when ordering your next one, then — use Zero Clicks. With this new service from Domino’s, ordering your favorite pizza is as easy as opening an app. It’s literally that simple; you tap the app […]

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Can FBI’s method open iPhone? Apple wants to wait and see

The FBI aren’t the only people interested in postponing court proceedings this week — Apple just requested a hold in its ongoing case in Brooklyn over a criminal’s locked phone. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein has already ruled in Apple’s favor, saying that the government could not compel the company to breach its own software. But […]

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Another iPhone manufacturer plans to open factories in India

Just like its iPhone-building rival Foxconn, Apple manufacturer Pegatron is reportedly planning to build factories in India, taking advantage of the cheap labor opportunities in the country compared to China. Will tomorrow’s iPhones be “designed in California, built in India?” Signs are increasingly pointing to yes. Pegatron Technology CEO Jason Cheng made the announcement during […]

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