Digital security is crucial, but often confusing. Clario has just launched a new product that solves that problem without compromise.
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A new commercial Hackintosh has come and gone in not much longer than it would have taken the Bitcoin to buy it to clear. The OpenCore Computer Velociraptor appears to have gone extinct before it was ever really born.
The Android-like features in iOS 14 surely have the pundits talking. Jeff Butts tells us this isn’t bad, just a sign that times have changed.
If you have hearing problems, this new iOS 14 accessibility feature, Sound Monitoring, can alert you to important noises.
The fear of police brutality is growing at a fever pitch. Jeff Butts shows how your iPhone can record your interaction with police.
At WWDC 2020, we learned about Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon Macs, as well as great new virtualization features for gamers and developers.
Siri in iOS 14 brings much-needed privacy improvements, and a new Translate app. Jeff Butts outlines the personal assistant’s new features.
If Apple moves to Arm-based Macs, will it affect Intel? Some say the move will be a double-whammy, but it might actually help the chip giant.
If you’re one of those folks who looks for ways to get around those YouTube ads, you’ll be interested in this simple hack posted on Reddit.
Is the rise of anger on Facebook something the social media giant encourages? Former AAPL exec Joanna Hoffman is afraid it might be.
Apple and 17 other leaders in the tech industry are working to fight the growing problem of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation.
If you’ve ever wondered how Apple Music on Android compares to other offerings, or Cupertino’s service on iOS, Jeff Butts has some answers.
Sure, it’s a first world problem, but Jeff Butts thinks using Apple Pay Cash at retailers could be quite a bit easier.
Jeff Butts takes you on a tour through the new feature, showing how efficient and effective iMazing has become at app management.
Jeff Butts takes one for the team and puts his money where his mouth is in this walkthrough and explanation of Apple’s newest service offering.
It’s definitely gorgeous, but you might need the speed and reflexes of a cheetah to perform a hard reboot on this device.
It’s so easy, but you might forget about it until too late and then have to set up your smartwatch all over again.
Whether your goal is better productivity, improved punctuality, or just adding a bit of fun into your workday, these Apple Watch apps will fit the bill.
While the Camera app in iOS is pretty good at setting this automatically, it’s nice to be able to change the key photo to your own personal favorite.
I came across the most awesome travel tripod I’ve ever seen, hands down. Unfortunately, it’s a Kickstarter project only halfway to its goal with just 15 days left. The MeVideo travel video tripod, called the Globetrotter, is well-made and durable, and yet it’s lightweight and compact. It collapses down to 21.9 inches. Then it extends out to 65.7 inches. The fluid video head supports cameras as heavy as 8.8 pounds. It will not, however, support a smartphone without an adapter. This tripod is meant for heavier videography equipment, but a standard tripod smartphone adapter will work just fine with it. The Globetrotter weighs from six to 6.6 pounds, depending on whether you get carbon fiber or aluminum legs. This tripod provides improved pan, tilt, and counterbalance performance compared to its closest competitors. It also features dust and dirt resistant metal/rubber twist locks rather than plastic flip latches. The edging is brushed metal and all knobs are metal. A split center column is perfect for those low-to-the-ground shots. Yes, a review of the MeVideo Globetrotter video travel tripod is forthcoming.