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  1. AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Thanks to some MacOS beta programming code, we might have been given a hint…

  2. It’s time for Apple to separate Apple Music from iTunes on the Mac

    Since Apple Music first launched in 2015, one of the most common requests from Mac user…

  3. Apple’s management doesn’t seem to want Nvidia support in macOS, a bad sign for the next-gen Mac Pro

    In October 2018, Nvidia issued as public a statement as it ever does…

  4. Hidden documents reveal how Facebook made money by bamboozling children

    Two Facebook employees deny a refund request from a child whom they refer to as a ‘whale’ – a term coined by the casino industry to describe profligate spenders…

  5. Apple job openings for health-related positions up 400% since 2017

    Based on hiring data trends, it appears Apple has every intention to continue to invest in health technology…

  6. Roger McNamee: I mentored Mark Zuckerberg. I loved Facebook. But I can’t stay silent about what’s happening.

    I am disappointed. I am embarrassed. I am ashamed…

  7. Apple CEO Cook calls for U.S. Congress to pass comprehensive federal privacy legislation in TIME op-ed

    In 2019, it’s time to stand up for the right to privacy — yours, mine, all of ours…

  8. Senator Marco Rubio introduces privacy bill to create federal regulations on data collection

    Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill Wednesday aimed at creating federal standards of privacy protection…

  9. Apple’s digital health plan puts the iPhone and Apple Watch at the heart of your wellbeing

    Digital health is where big tech firms want to be right now…

  10. Apple’s iPad might influence the future of the Mac interface

    Adding iOS apps to the Mac might not be where Apple stops…

  11. Apple’s biggest challenge isn’t the iPhone, it’s the Mac

    Apple has a huge opportunity…

  12. How to make new T2-secured Macs boot from external drives

    Take a minute to fix this now, before you have to…

  13. Apple’s next big move? Buying Nintendo

    Apple has hinted that it will act boldly to revive its fortunes….

  14. Apple’s next-gen iPhone said to offer the fastest data speeds of any iPhone ever

    This will bring users higher speeds, improved capacity, as well as better performance…

  15. Apple CEO Tim Cook, one-time ‘operations genius,’ is a failure at operations

    Operations are supposed to be what Tim Cook does best…

  16. The most important thing to do if your Mac has a Fusion Drive: Back up your data

    SDs (solid-state drives) offer extremely reliable, fast, and consistent performance over many, many years…

  17. Faster Wi-Fi 6 starts off slowly

    Wi-Fi is starting to go through a generational change, the kind of big upgrade that only happens once every five years or so…

  18. An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘Project Marzipan’

    Apple’s Marzipan initiative that enables iOS apps to run on Macs…

  19. Gartner: Apple’s Mac sales dip slightly, marketshare increases in Q4

    Worldwide PC shipments totaled 68.6 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018…

  20. Imagining Apple’s post-iPhone future

    Apple’s reported plans to cut iPhone production by 10 percent in the first quarter of 2019…

  21. Apple’s next really big thing: Health

    Transforming consumer health is Apple’s next really big thing…

  22. How to buy a Mac: 10 things you should know

    I recently got a request from a reader. His kid is going to college and needs to get a Mac…

  23. Apple reportedly to support RCS, the iMessage-like successor to SMS

    Touted as an upgraded version of SMS, RCS is being spearheaded by the carriers…

  24. Apple can transform enterprise communications — if they do this

    While enterprises are certainly (and appropriately) adopting Apple’s solutions across their internal infrastructure, they must still communicate with customers…

  25. Apple’s answer to slower iPhone sales? Getting customers to trade in

    Wireless carriers have long made smartphones look cheaper to consumers…

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