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Showing posts with label Apple. Show all posts

July 26, 2017

The Mac "Perv-ware" That Has Been Undetected For Years

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte 
Leo Laporte, Andy Inhatko, Rene Ritchie and Alex Lindsay discuss the discovery of the Fruitfly malware, which gives attackers control over a Mac's webcam and may have been around for a decade.

July 22, 2017

MacBook Gaming Still Sucks In macOS

Apple Logo
Apple Logo 
Apple MacBooks with external GPUs are great in Boot Camp. But are they really worth it?

July 16, 2017

Could Apple Really Be This Stupid?

Apple Logo
Apple Logo
(Photo credit: Pixabay) 
There are plausible rumours going around that Apple may actually be forced to remove the fingerprint TouchID sensor in the next iPhone.

July 3, 2017

10.5" iPad Pro Review — It's A Trap!

Dave Lee
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Dave Lee — the technological brilliance behind Dave 2 D, reviewa the 10.5" iPad Pro.

June 29, 2017

June 16, 2017

Gaming On The Fully Loaded $5300 27" iMac!

Dave Lee
A screenshot of Dave Lee 
Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2 D, talks about, Gaming On The Fully Loaded $5300 27" iMac!

June 9, 2017

Why Does The MacBook Air Exist In 2017?

2017 MacBook Air
A screenshot of the 2017 MacBook Air  
Austin Evans — a man who truly knows all about computers talks about the new MacBook Air.

15" Apple MacBook Pro Review (2017, Kaby Lake)

Lisa Gade Holding The 2017 15" Apple MacBook Pro
A screenshot of Lisa Gade holding the 15" Apple MacBook Pro 
Lisa Gade reviews the 2017 15” MacBook Pro, Apple’s mid-2017 refresh with Intel 7th generation quad core i7 Kaby Lake CPUs and AMD Radeon Pro 5xx series graphics.

Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar (2017): Unboxing & Review

Apple MacBook Pro 13"
A screenshot of the Apple MackBook Pro 13"  
Michael Kukielka — the man behind Detroit Borg, reviews the Apple MacBook Pro 13" with Touch Bar.

June 8, 2017

2017 27" iMac Review (Kaby Lake)

Lisa Gade And The 2017 27" iMac
A screenshot of Lisa Gade and the 2017 27" iMac  
In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the new 27" iMac for 2017.

WWDC Review — Apple Lost Its Mind

Eli
A screenshot of Eli 
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, Eli the Computer Guy, talks about Apple and their products.

June 6, 2017

5 Minutes On Tech: Lots Of New Hardware At WWDC 2017

Lisa Gade
A screenshot of Lisa Gade 
Lisa Gade of Mobile Tech Review covers the many new Apple hardware announcements from the June 2017 World Wide Developer Conference and iOS 11 and Mac OS High Sierra.

Games For Your iPad And iPhone

Megan Morrone
A screenshot of Megan Morrone  
Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Megan Morrone discuss Old Man's Journey, Monument Valley 2, and Steven Universe: Attack the Light.

May 27, 2017

Is Linux Still Secure?

Tux; The Linux Mascot
Tux; the Linux Mascot
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
It was a bad week for Linux and FOSS vulnerabilities with a WannaCry like exploit for Samba, Click Jacking in Android, and Malicious Subtitles affecting Kodi, VLC, and PopcornTime.

May 2, 2017

Dok Is Malware For Macs

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte  
Checkpoint security calls Dok "the first major scale malware to target OS X users via a coordinated email phishing campaign." Dok's developer certificate has been revoked by Apple.

April 25, 2017

Uber Almost Booted From App Store

Uber Logo
Uber Logo
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Another entry in the seemingly endless stream of Uber scandals: Uber almost gets kicked out of Apple's App Store for identifying iPhones.

April 10, 2017

Clips App Versus Snapchat

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte 
In this episode of iOS Today, Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss the features of Apple's new Clips app and wonder how it's better than Snapchat or iMovie for sharing quick videos on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

No New Mac Pro This Year

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte 
In an exclusive interview with 5 bloggers, Apple brass admit they screwed up the Mac Pro and promise they are working on a new and improved version.

April 5, 2017

Mysterious iOS Security Update

Steve Gibson
A screenshot of Steve Gibson  
After the massive iOS 10.3 security update, it seems that Apple missed one small bug.

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