iOS 9.3 adds f.lux-like screen dimming, education features, and more
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iOS 9.3 adds f.lux-like screen dimming, education features, and more

As the iOS 9.3 beta rolls out to developers (and soon to those on the public beta), Apple’s preview page for iOS 9.3 sheds some light on the…

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Google Maps for iOS update brings gas prices and bug fixes
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Google Maps for iOS update brings gas prices and bug fixes

Back in October, Forbes went hands-on with an Android version of Google Maps that included gas prices when you searched for gas stations. There was no word on an iOS…

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Apple Music: Tips and Tricks
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Apple Music: Tips and Tricks

With the recent release of iOS 8.4 came Apple’s promised Apple Music and Beats 1 services. Apple breaks into the streaming competition and goes head-to-head-to-head against Google Play…

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How to download music from Google Play Music
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How to download music from Google Play Music

Google Play Music is the standard music player on many Android devices, bundled with many of Google’s other applications. Beyond just being a music player, it also includes…

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WireLurker: Apple’s biggest threat
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WireLurker: Apple’s biggest threat

Whenever you hear that a piece of malware has hit the Windows environment, it doesn’t make that much of an impact. However, when it recreates the scene from…

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POODLE vulnerability causes Apple to disable SSL 3.0 in Safari
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POODLE vulnerability causes Apple to disable SSL 3.0 in Safari

On Wednesday, October 22nd, Apple announced on its developer website that they will be removing support for SSL 3.0 on its Push Notification Server in favor of Transport…

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Recap: Apple’s Special Event, October 2014
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Recap: Apple’s Special Event, October 2014

It turns out the “one more thing” that Apple had to tell us was about eight different things. With the keynote that was aired on Thursday, October 15th,…

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Securing your iCloud account
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Securing your iCloud account

By now, most of the celebrity gossip channels have been ablaze by the report of compromising photos being taken directly out of their iCloud Photo Albums. How that…

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OS X Yosemite Overview
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OS X Yosemite Overview

Another WWDC Keynote has come and gone. And in its wake we find ourselves all a buzz with excitement and anticipation for the latest and greatest from Apple…

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Office 2011 verses iWork, which is better?
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Office 2011 verses iWork, which is better?

Office 2011 for Mac has obviously been out for a while, I mean, since late 2010. And when it came out, the iWork products really didn’t hold a…

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