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How to Take Screen Shots of Touch Bar on MacBook Pro

The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar has replaced the standard Escape and Function keys with a little dynamically changing screen called the Touch Bar. Some Mac users may wish to take a screenshot of the Touch Bar, perhaps for developing, testing, or sharing purposes, similar to screenshotting displays on any other Mac or iOS … Read More

How to Take Screen Shots in iOS 10

Have you noticed taking a screenshot is harder in iOS 10 and with iPhone 7? Maybe you tried to take a screen shot in iOS 10 only to discover that you either locked the device, sent it to the Home Screen, or summoned Siri instead? This is a fairly common occurrence when taking a screenshot … Read More

Take Live Photos with iPhone for Great Action Firework Photos

Action sequences are notoriously difficult to get a picture of, and that’s where taking photos with Live Photo on iPhone can be particularly great. This is especially true with Independence Day celebrations taking place across the USA, and you may be inclined to take pictures of fireworks or even record a video of the firework … Read More

Siri has her own take on what happened to Jon Snow

SPOILER! The last season of Games of Thrones didn’t go too well for Jon Snow, but the internet is seemingly not giving up hope that one of the show’s most popular characters survived an (attempted?) assassination at the hands of the Night’s Watch. Well, apparently Siri is among the conspiracy theorists not convinced by Snow’s […]

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Samsung Pay arrives to take on Apple in China

After almost two years of planning, Apple finally launched Apple Pay in China last month — and, wouldn’t you know it, Samsung’s keen to catch up! To that end, the company officially launched Samsung Pay in China today, partnering with the state-backed China UnionPay to do so. And, right away, it claims that it will […]

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Quick tip lets you take control of Apple TV video

There’s a new Apple TV update in town, and it adds a few obvious features, like Bluetooth keyboard support and Siri Dictation in search and user name/password fields. tvOS 9.2 also has some less-obvious improvements, though. For instance, it’s easy to locate the exact spot you want to find in any video. Here’s how to […]

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Quick tip lets you take control of Apple TV video

There’s a new tvOS in town, 9.2, and it’s added a few obvious features, like adding Bluetooth keyboard support and Siri Dictation in search and username/password fields. tvOS also has some less-obvious improvements, like the way it now handles scrubbing through video. Here’s how to scrub through video on Apple TV with your Siri Remote […]

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Take Sonic the Hedgehog for a spin on Apple TV

In some kind of weird time vortex that makes me feel like it’s 1991 again (now if only I could find my original cassette of Nirvana’s Nevermind!), Apple is giving everyone the chance to huddle around their TV set again playing SEGA Genesis classic Sonic the Hedgehog. That’s because the original platformer featuring everyone’s favorite blue-spined, […]

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Take a video tour of Apple’s secret design studio

Very few outsiders have been inside Apple’s Industrial Design Studio, the amazingly creative product lab behind the company’s blockbuster hardware. That may change this weekend, when 60 Minutes broadcasts a tour of the design lab. Apple’s lead designer, Jony Ive, gave journalist Charlie Rose a peek at the facility earlier this year — and his […]

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Apple to take GPU design into its own hands

Apple is reportedly working to create its own mobile GPU, a new report claims. The report suggests that Apple has been working for several years to create an in-house graphics chip, using its chip design talent — shown previously when the company announced its first Apple-developed ARM-based CPU cores. By building its own graphics chips, Apple […]

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