Macs are on the rise in businesses and educational institutions more users are increasingly asking for more Mac support from their workplaces. Supporting Macs means coming up with ways to configure them to run your programs and use a pre-configured operating system images to save...Read More
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An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away There seems to be a new collaboration in town. Apple and Google and…healthcare? Recently, Google has announced its smart contact lens project, which could have a profound impact on the monitoring of glucose levels for diabetes patients. But...Read More
Read MoreDoes my Mac have an Intel or PowerPC processor? Not sure if your Mac is using Intel or PowerPC processors? 1. In the Finder, choose About This Mac from the Apple menu. 2. Look at the Processor line to see which kind of processor is...
Over the many years of its development and progress, Apple has put out some of its best products by acquiring other companies cranking out innovation. The purchase of NeXT in 1997 gave us the products of Mac OS X and iOS, while the 2000 purchase...Read More
Read MoreiPhone 5 discontinued, iPhone 4S remains as free option Apple iPhone 5S will include Touch ID fingerprint scanner Apple demos Nike+ Move alongside new M7 processor for enhanced fitness apps iPhone 5S camera specs: better optics, slow motion, and ‘true tone’ flash Epic Games announces...
Apple released iOS 6.1.3 Tuesday, a software update that makes improvements to Maps in Japan and, more importantly, fixes a bug in iOS that allowed someone to bypass the lock screen on an iPhone and access the phone app. Discovered late last month, the iOS vulnerability involved...Read More
As more smartphone users access personal information on their device, privacy protection apps are becoming a necessity. With such a great selection apps from the App Store, you should be able to find the perfect protection for your device. Did you know that “29 percent...Read More
A new trojan specifically for Macs has been discovered that installs an adware plugin. The malware attempts to monetize its attack by injecting ads into Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (the most popular browsers on Apple’s desktop platform) in the hopes that users will generate money...Read More
A recent version of malicious software called Flashback exploits a security flaw in Java in order to install itself on Macs. Apple has released software updates for systems running OS X Lion and Mac OS X v10.6 that will update Java to fix the security...Read More
Scott Brown’s claim that his infamous “whatever” and “bqhatevwr” tweets were the result of innocent, accidental pocket-tweeting. Pocket tweeting is nearly impossible using Siri or the touch screen lets show you how. The touchscreen requires finger touch that’s why people buy special gloves in the...Read More