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Apple Unleashes OS X El Capitan: What to Do Now

1:50 PM, Sep. 30th, 2015 · John Martellaro · News

El Capitan is out-how to be ready

Apple has unleashed its next version of OS X for the Macintosh, named El Capitan. In this release, Apple has officially focused on the user experience and performance, but this new version will have traditional attention to stability and security. Here's a rundown of how to to be properly ready before you pull the trigger. 

What Shall Apple Do with All That Money? Rethink the Car

2:30 PM, Sep. 25th, 2015 · John Martellaro · Particle Debris

Apple & 21st Century cars

When a modern company has some extra money, creative executives have refined the art of rolling that money upwards towards themselves often starving other efforts. Even so, while car company R&D budgets are generally healthy, they may not be enough to make a major breakthrough in 21st century car technology. What if that's what Apple is planning to do?

10 Best Features of watchOS 2

5:00 PM, Sep. 16th, 2015 · John Martellaro · News

Cool new features in Apple watchOS 2

Apple didn't get watchOS 2 out the door on September 16th because of a bug, but it'll be out soon.  This 2.0 release is packed with a boatload of cool features that you'll want to have right away, so John Martellaro runs through a virtual highlight reel of his favorite new features.

That Thing Apple Does That Some Hate and Few Understand

4:45 PM, Sep. 11th, 2015 · John Martellaro · Particle Debris

Apple's Success is a truth

Apple does something that some individuals hate to admit. As a corporate entity, consisting of thousands of very intelligent employees and led by a seasoned executive team, it just keeps on succeeding. That causes problems for many armchair analysts who have a different vision and even bigger problems for Apple's competitors. But the fact that Apple succeeds brilliantly is a truth that can't be ignored.