Tag Archive: Pros


Digital pros need to know Microsoft Office, so get familiar [Deals]

Word, Excel, Outlook, the many faces of Microsoft Office are familiar to anyone who works in a professional office. But being fluent is what counts when you want to get the gig, and this bundle of course will make sure you get there quickly. These lessons will also prep you for the certification exams that […]

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Ultra-thin Macbook Pros and the big vs. little iPad Pro on The CultCast

This week on The CultCast: Apple’s new iPhone SE in an insane value; the significant differences between the big and small iPad Pros; new rumors affirm major Macbook Pro redesigns in June; future keynotes need more Yak; and the cool features in the new tvOS 9.2 update. Our thanks to Casper for supporting this episode. […]

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Pros and developers alike can benefit from these extended Cyber Monday deals [Deals]

With all the hubbub around the post-Thanksgiving shopping, it’s nice when there’s a huge discount on something that is actually useful. These courses on project management and game design normally go for thousands of dollars, but right now they’re going for less than $ 50. It’s all part of a massive clearing out of eLearning bundles […]

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iPad Pro’s sneaky surprise: A USB 3.0-capable Lightning port

Sure, the hot new iPad Pro is big, beautiful, and plenty capable, but it’s also apparently future-proof. Apple snuck in a USB 3.0-capable Lightning port into the bottom of your favorite massive tablet without telling anyone. iFixit originally found the unexpected feature when it did its usual teardown of the new Apple device. When they […]

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iPad Pro’s sneaky surprise: A USB 3.0-capable Lightning port

Sure, the hot new iPad Pro is big, beautiful, and plenty capable, but it’s also apparently future-proof. Apple snuck in a USB 3.0-capable Lightning port into the bottom of your favorite massive tablet without telling anyone. iFixit originally found the unexpected feature when it did its usual teardown of the new Apple device. When they […]

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An Apple car in 2019 and the pros and cons of iPhone 6s on The CultCast

This week: the embargoes have lifted and the iPhone 6s reviews are in—we’ll tell you what folks love—and don’t—about Apple’s newest iPhone. Plus: Apple car coming in 2019; why we love the new watchOS 2 update; and, with our three month Apple Music trial running out, we ponder—is the service worth paying for? Our thanks […]

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Video will help you wrap your head around iPad Pro’s massive size

Using cases reportedly created for Apple’s rumored plus-size iPad Pro, Lewis Hilsenteger of Unbox Therapy has put together a new video showing off just how massive the next-generation iPad might be. At 12.9 inches, it’s definitely a significant step up from the current iPad…

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Apple starts free repair program for glitchy MacBook Pros

Does your MacBook Pro freak out with distorted graphics or randomly restart? Then you’ll want to take advantage of Apple’s new repair program. After deeming that a “small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video, or…

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Even Steve Jobs would approve if the iPad Pro’s stylus looks like this

Over the weekend, we showed you sexy new renders that showed the rumored new 12-inch MacBook Air and iPad Pro side-by-side. Designed by render artist extraordinaire Martin Hajek, it gave us our best look yet at what Apple’s next big…

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Glitchy MacBook Pros were doomed from the start, lawyer claims

A number of users have experienced graphics issues with their 2011 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models, and following a Facebook group and change.org petition which have gathered a collected 25,000 names, law firm Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP has…

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