Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to sort out what a 4K Apple TV means to you and your current TV, plus how to look for a new TV if your ready to upgrade.
Dr. Mac has collected quite an assortment of photography-related gadgets he uses with his iPhone, all aimed at helping him capture the best possible image every time.
Just in time for this fall’s macOS High Sierra release Carbon Copy Cloner added APFS support.
We have a deal on Data Rescue 4 for Mac, a data recovery utility. It can recover files from crashed hard drives, cameras, and more. It’s $49 through us.
Here’s how to set up Amazon’s new multi-room music streaming for your Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Show devices.
This used to be a no-brainer, but Apple has made it slightly more difficult with the latest builds.
Melissa Holt shows you how to hide rows in your Numbers spreadsheets on your Mac, and throws in Excel and Google Sheets, too.
Apple offers these guidelines so that developers can meet the company’s expectations and also make the most out of their apps.
One of the marquee features in the revamped App Store in iOS 11, the guidelines instruct developers on how to code their in-app purchases to be displayable and purchasable directly on the App Store.
We’re almost certain now that Apple will announce a new 4K/UHD Apple TV with HDR, perhaps on September 12th. How will it work with your current TV system?
Another hidden gem of a setting, you don’t even need to use the Terminal to change your date and time display preferences.
Using keyboard shortcuts in Apple Notes, you’ll be a productivity star in no time.
Elgato is expanding its Eve HomeKit-compatible smart home product lineup with a new door lock, smoke detector, window sensor, and lawn watering controller.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about new Apple Watch workout types hidden in iOS 11, plus they share their thoughts on the NSA using stylometry to identify people.
The latest iPhone 8 leak comes in the form of a photo showing what claims to be smartphone’s motherboard.
Alexander Hamilton is household name these days for many reasons, perhaps even moreso in my house, but likely yours just the same. The Library of Congress has now published digital versions of over 12,000 letters, legal papers, speech drafts, and more, many of which are in Hamilton’s own writing. The example shown here is a letter Hamilton wrote on November 11, 1769 when he was 12-years-old in St. Croix, telling his friend that he would “willing risk my life tho’ not my character to exalt my station.” There are some fascinating treasures within.
They include icons for badminton, Aussie rules football, American football, baseball, skiing, surfing, sidewalk surfing (a.k.a. skateboarding), “snow sports,” paddle sports (of the water variety), pilates, bowling, and many more.
Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto took great lengths remain anonymous, yet the NSA figured out who this person is using stylometry—comparing written works to identify someone. The NSA used the data is collected from mass surveillance projects like PRISM to compare known writing from Satoshi and was ultimately able to pin him (or her or them) down, although it isn’t sharing its findings. Turns out our writing is at least as unique as our fingerprints.
We have a deal on the ClutchIt Double-Sided Magnetic Phone Mount. The video below is the company’s crowdfunding pitch, and they successfully brought the device to market. It has dual magnets and dual pivots, and is designed to attach to any metallic surface or “nearly any surface with metal plate pads.” It’s $29.95 through us.