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  1. Hacking a brand new Mac remotely, right out of the box

    Researchers will demonstrate Thursday at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas…

  2. Performance shootout: Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro (2018) vs. Dell’s XPS 15

    The 15-inch MacBook Pro’s Core i9 processor is fast, but how does it stand up against another notebook…

  3. How to disable My Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing without erasing your photos

    Let’s go over the three different methods Apple has for sharing and syncing photos…

  4. macOS Hidden Treasures: Secrets of the System Preferences window

    The Mac’s System Preferences could be easier to use. And it is, once you know the details…

  5. Porn blackmail scam targets Mac users: What you need to know

    Our experiences online today seem, at times, much like life was probably like in the Wild West about 145 years ago…

  6. Gene Munster: Apple has cornered the market in VCSELs, further expanding their AR lead

    Apple’s key iPhone X augmented reality component supplier, Lumentum, reported better than expected results…

  7. Patrick Wardle: How to break, bypass and dismantle macOS firewall products

    Apple and third-party security firms to beef up their firewall protections…

  8. How to play Windows games on your Mac without Windows

    The Mac has plenty of games, but it’ll always get the short end of the stick…

  9. Apple offers improved Windows Migration Utility for switchers in macOS Mojave

    Apple is expanding its Windows Migration Assistant in macOS 10.14 Mojave with new features…

  10. AppleInsider: Pixelmator Pro 1.1.2 on the Mac is superb even if it still isn’t Photoshop

    Newly updated image editor is gorgeous and capable of just about everything you need….

  11. How to set up Time Machine server

    It used to be that to run a Time Machine Server, you needed to be running…

  12. Apple sold fewest Macs in any quarter since 2010 as nearly the entire lineup was outdated

    Apple on Tuesday reported that it sold 3.72 million Macs in its third quarter…

  13. Prepare your Mac to upgrade to macOS 10.14 Mojave

    Another version of macOS is just around the corner…

  14. April 2007: When Apple stopped the rot

    Enterprise users are catching onto something many already recognize…

  15. Apple’s T2 chip could be behind small number of crashes in iMac Pro, new MacBook Pro

    A number of iMac Pro and MacBook Pro owners have reported issues with macOS enduring kernel panics…

  16. The rise of Apple in the enterprise: Employees demand to bring Macs and iPhones to work

    Employee demand to bring Macs and iPhones to work is leading businesses to consider making the switch to Apple…

  17. Apple T2 chip blamed for 2018 MacBook Pro and iMac Pro crashes

    Now that the 2018 MacBook Pro’s throttling issue has been addressed, Apple has another serious problem…

  18. Thinner and lighter laptops, a trend driven by Apple, have screwed us all

    Apple’s insatiable thirst for thinner, which we can see across the iPhone and Mac, appears to have finally caught up with the company…

  19. How to fix Apple’s MacBook Pro throttling and give yourself much more performance with just a few clicks

    We are already reviewing Apple’s new MacBook Pro model and the CPU performance…

  20. Engadget reviews Apple’s new MacBook Pro: Exactly what you’ve been waiting for

    With the new MacBook Pro, Apple is just trying to keep pace with the rest of the computing industry…

  21. Apple’s leadership page gets Memoji overhaul for World Emoji Day

    Memoji, one of the headline new features of iOS 12, is at the heart of an amusing overhaul…

  22. Apple unveils new emoji characters for World Emoji Day

    More than 70 new emoji characters are coming to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac…

  23. Tim Bajarin: How Apple could deliver the ‘next’ big thing in personal computing

    From my years of tracking Apple, two very consistent threads seem to drive Apple’s strategy…

  24. Did Apple just show its hand on future low-end, A-series-powered MacBooks?

    Yesterday’s announcements about refreshing the high-end MacBook Pro models effectively gave away Apple’s plans…

  25. Apple’s surprise MacBook Pro update further strains its relationship with professional Mac users

    Apple dropped their new MacBook Pro models in a tone-deaf, we-don’t-really-care-about-pro-users-needs kind of way…

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