Now that people aren’t hammering Apple’s servers all at once, it’s a good time to download the macOS Catalina public beta.
If you hang around privacy or security forums long enough, you’ll eventually come across the term “threat model.” Here’s what they mean.
Sorting through the mesh wireless systems available today can be tricky. Read on, and we’ll teach you how to decide which one is best for you. [Update: Anti-malware is a theme of this update, with Plume SuperPods, Orbi, and Linksys Velop all joining the club with solid offerings in this regard. eero and Plume both solved their LAN persistence problems, keeping your Wi-Fi alive even if your Internet connection goes down. AmpliFi is doing some cool things for IoT users with regards to setting up separate SSIDs for that, too. See Changelog – Dave]
Sometimes an iOS app wants access to your Contacts — for good but sometimes also bad reasons. Here’s how control which apps can read your iOS Contacts. And revoke permission if necessary.
Late last year, Alexa gained the ability to control Apple Music. At that point, only Amazon-branded devices would work. As of today, April 17th, 2019, Alexa on your Sonos One or Sonos Beam can now control Apple Music. You can also use any Echo device to control your connected Sonos system. We’ll show you how!
There are some fantastic software options to help you DJ properly on your Mac and without breaking the bank.
If you use Apple Mail to connect to a Gmail or G-Suite account, you might have trouble with the latest macOS Mojave 10.14.4 update. And if you’re experiencing this problem, we have a fix for you to try.
Trello and Todoist are key tools in lots of people’s productivity armoury, but it is not obvious how they can best work together.
This is the time of year when many are on vacation. And making new year’s resolutions. It’s good to reflect on and possibly update one’s Mac backup strategy. John walks us through it.
While you can’t stop ads completely, you can fine-tune your preferences.