Protonmail, a browser-based encrypted email service, opened up to the public this week after a lengthy invitation-only beta period. The company and its servers are based in Switzerland, not far from CERN, where some of its researchers worked, and the service offers end-to-end encryption designed to work entirely in a browser.
Bryan Chaffin is on a steampunk roll with the Candela Vibrophase—a mechanical guitar effect powered by candlelight and controlled by magnetism. Check it out.
Apple said in a statement Tuesday that missing functionality for Apple Pencil on iPad Pro will return in the next beta of iOS 9.3. The ability to use Apple Pencil to navigate the iPad Pro had disappeared from early beta releases of iOS 9.3, but Apple said the feature would return.
Elgato announced the immediate availability of its new Eve Energy smart outlet on Tuesday with support for Apple's HomeKit smarthome platform. The outlet tracks energy usage and can be remotely turned on or off through Siri voice commands.
Apple has issued a recall on what it says is a "limited number" of USB-C Charge Cables that shipped with MacBooks. The company said that some of those cables can fail due to a design issue, and this could result in your MacBook failing to charge properly. Bryan Chaffin explains how the replacement program works.
Apple rolled out an update for Final Cut Pro X on late on Thursday that finally adds a 4K export option for the company's devices with UHD support. The 10.2.3 update also adds sharing support for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, iPad Pro, and fourth generation Apple TV.
Apple released a slew of printer drivers for OS X on Wednesday. The company added support for new printers from Xerox, NRG, Gestetner, Lanier, and Savin. The last four printer brands are all owned by parent company Ricoh.
Apple released a rare update for an old operating system, Mac App Store Update for OS X Snow Leopard. The update addresses some changes in the signing certificate used by the Mac App Store.
Apple released tvOS 9.1.1 for the fourth generation Apple TV on Monday and it includes a Podcasts app. Podcast support has been a glaring omission from the latest Apple TV model ever since it shipped last September.
I don't know what it is about After Dark screensavers, but it's clear we can't get enough. In 2002, we were excited about it coming to OS X. Last year, I noted that After Dark (and Rose 2.0) had been resurrected as freeware apps. Now we can enjoy After Dark in our browsers, so celebrate!
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