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12-inch MacBook

The Real World 12″ MacBook Review for Power Users

Apple’s all-new MacBook has been reinvented in a compact 12-inch form factor that closely resembles an iPad Pro at first glance. It’s the first Mac laptop that sticks to the basics and sacrifices a few features for ultra portability. Weighing only 2.03 lbs., it’s roughly 17% lighter than an 11″ MacBook Air and 30% lighter than a 12.9″ […]

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Lock and Key

7 Proven Mac Security Tips to Increase Privacy

Setting up your new computer may seem like a daunting task, but it’s even more challenging when privacy plays an important role in your technology. Apple’s out-of-the-box security settings are typically better than most Windows counterparts, but it’s not perfect without some help. Whether you’ve just bought a new computer or want to improve security on […]

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Airmail For iOS — Unleash Your iPhone

The iPhone Problem & The Solution: Airmail For iOS I have had an iPhone since the beginning.  I remember waiting in an unprecedented line like an idiot waiting for (what would be) the phone to end all phones.  Many may argue Samsung has done a pretty good job at bouncing back in order to grasp […]

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The evolution of Apple mice

Magic Mouse 2: Why I Love It

We’re taking the Apple Magic Mouse 2 for a spin with a review from a mouse lover (not that kind!). Pointing devices have come a long way since the one- or two-button clunkers of the 1970s and 80s. Remember the trackball craze of the mid-90s? I’m still trying to forget that phase. In comparison, the […]

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Time Machine & Windows

Use Your External Hard Drive for Time Machine and PC

External hard drives are dirt cheap, but what happens when you don’t want to carry multiple backup drives? Traditionally, the Time Machine drive on your Mac is formatted HFS+, something Windows doesn’t easily interact with unless you use third party software–and that can cost you. If you have a fairly large USB drive, such as […]

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Sublime Text Alternatives: Meet Atom

Sublime Text Alternatives Every programmer I know loves Sublime Text, and rightfully so. Sublime Text is a brilliant text editor that aids in the efficiency of writing code through it’s beautiful syntax highlighting and multi-view interface. It is customizable, and until now there hasn’t been a strong contender to this proprietary, and pricey piece of […]

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OS X Yosemite

Super Budget Hackintosh Build

Update: I finally made the switch from SATA to SSD Hard Drives Following the success of my last Mac OS X build running on a Dell Inspiron 1525 HackBook, I’ve decided to build a super budget Hackintosh desktop for light gaming, design, and media. I originally built this system last year, and I will be continuously […]

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No New Microsoft Office For Mac?

I like Microsoft Office. Don’t hate me just yet. I like it better, more times than not, than iWork and OpenOffice. As the months have rolled on from Microsoft releasing Office 2013 for Windows, Redmond has decided to give our aging Office 2011 a little love. I expected something more than an attempt to monetize Apple users into […]

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North Korea Wants To Use Mac OS X

With very few people in North Korea online its address space is rather rare to stumble upon, however; it appears the new Dear Leader of N. Korea has had enough with Microsoft. In recent logs of BitTorrent traffic data, it has been discovered that North Korea is rather busy pirating television shows, and even downloading […]

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