This week we punch through muted, silenced phones with magic alerts, replace $1,300 hardware sequencers with a $20 iOS app, and enjoy Endlesss music jams with anyone, anywhere in the world. Darkroom, of
Lots of us are stuck at home, so it’s a great time to start building and sharpening job skills. One way to gain marketability for working from home — or anywhere else — is to master Adobe’s industry-standard
April 5, 2006: Apple introduces the public beta of Boot Camp, software that allows users with an Intel-based Mac to run Windows XP on their machines. Boot Camp will officially arrive in Mac OS X “Leopard,”
The launch of the new 2020 iPad Pro brought a plethora of articles from tech journalists asking, “Is this Apple’s laptop replacement?” That question is so open-ended, it might as well be an infinite loop.
The nonstop onslaught of coronavirus news is making me a little crazy. Headlines asides, COVID-19-related content even infects the stream of shows in my Podcasts app. To ease my coronapanic, lately I’ve
A decent all-in-one charging hub that can top-up your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods simultaneously doesn’t have to break the bank. Elago’s is insanely practical, virtually unbreakable, and a steal just
Take your mind off the coronavirus pandemic with our latest installment of Apple trivia. This time we focus on Cupertino’s kick-ass wearable. Yes, it’s 10 things you probably didn’t know about Apple Watch.
The world’s current chaos and uncertainty make this the perfect time to prepare for the future job market. There’s one thing we can be sure of: The future will continue to run on Microsoft Office suite.
April 4, 1975: Childhood friends Bill Gates and Paul Allen found Microsoft Corporation, a software company destined to become a tech behemoth — and a major Apple frenemy. A few years later, Microsoft break
Say what you will about celebrity influencers. They are using social media to tell millions of followers to stay home and “wash your hands.” Taking a break from vanity and self-branding (well, sort of),
NSO Group accuses Facebook of trying to buy access to its Pegasus surveillance software so it could better track the activities of iPhone users. The spyware supposedly would have gone into Onavo Protect,
Some Apple Card users received a surprise APR rate drop this week thanks to the two recent interest rate cuts made by the U.S. Federal Reserve in March. The Apple Card’s base APR decreased by 2% for many
Pick up your combat fishing pole and battle enemies in Legend of the Skyfish 2, the latest RPG to hit Apple Arcade. Fan of the grappling hook in Legend of Zelda have a new adventure to try. Legend of Skyfish
Based on the real-life exploits of preteen reporter Hilde Kate Lysiak, who was a published journalist before she had all her teeth, Apple TV+’s new series Home Before Dark is an exciting and endearing
The COVID-19 pandemic is having all kinds of impact on everyday life. One of those is how we use our phones as we increasingly rely on connectivity to, well, keep us connected. T-Mobile President of Technology
Skeptical about how water-resistant modern iPhones are? Try telling that to the woman who discovered her iPhone in the Thames river in London two months after she dropped. Still in working order. Twenty-nine-year-old
This app uses a scientifically tested method to get you sleeping in two minutes [Deals] | Cult of Mac
If you’re having trouble sleeping these days, you’re not alone. Stress is high, schedules are screwy, and the future is uncertain — but a good night’s sleep is as important as ever. Plenty of us are staring
This week on : iPhone SE… 2! Let’s talk about it. Plus: Apple is “scrambling” to prevent iPhone 12 delays amidst Covid-19 challenges; and we wrap up with an all new What We’re Into, Quarantine Edition!
April 3, 1995: Apple introduces the Macintosh LC 580, an affordable computer offering good multimedia capabilities on a budget. It quickly proves popular in the educational market. If you used a Mac in