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iPhone Mac Obsolete Support

These are the iPhones and Macs that are becoming ‘obsolete’ next month

May 15th, 2015

On Friday afternoon, 9to5Mac shared a leaked internal document from Apple which indicates that several classic devices will become obsolete on June 9th. For those of you who aren’t aware, Apple eventually stops offering support for its older devices through its retail stores and approved service providers within 5-7 years after manufacturing has been discontinued.

Android Apps on Windows, Mac

How to run Android apps on Windows and Mac computers

April 2nd, 2015

If, for some reason, you’re looking to run Android apps on a computer, you now have a simple way to pull it off as long as you have the Chrome browser installed. According to Ars Technica, Google has opened its App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) tool to anyone looking to try out Android apps on a computer. ARC …

Windows 10 vs. OS X Yosemite

How to run Windows 10 Technical Preview on top of Yosemite for free

March 26th, 2015

Mac users curious to see how Microsoft’s latest operating system update looks and feels like can run the Windows 10 Technical Preview on their OS X computers right now without purchasing additional software that lets them actually install Windows 10 on top of Yosemite, OS X Daily reveals.

Office for Mac 2016 Download

You can download Office for Mac 2016 for free right now

March 5th, 2015

Microsoft on Thursday finally released a product that some Mac owners may have been waiting for: its Office for Mac 2016 collection of apps. And the best part? It’s completely free! The only downside, depending on how you look at it, is that it’s only a beta version of Microsoft’s productivity suite.

Freak: Android and Mac Security

Beware of the ‘Freak’ inside every Android and Mac

March 4th, 2015

More and more security threats are discovered on a regular basis, and now it’s turn for a “Freak” vulnerability — that’s actually its name — for Android and Mac to come out of hiding. According to Re/code, both Google and Apple are aware of the situation, and have developed fixes to patch the Freak.

Free iWork for iCloud Access

Yet another smart way Apple will reel you in

February 13th, 2015

There are many means at Apple’s disposal for convincing consumers to buy an iPhone, iPad or Mac. Some involve the company actively promoting its products, some use partners to indirectly promote its products (such as Apple Pay or HealthKit), and some use other clever tricks that might get the job done. One such case is Apple’s recent decision to open up its cloud-based …

10 Mac OS X 10.10 Tips and Tricks

Hidden tricks to make your Mac more useful than ever before

February 9th, 2015

Whether you’re a new or experienced Mac user, it’s likely you’re not familiar with all the secret features and tricks OS X has to offer. To further help you master your Yosemite skills, Popular Mechanics has a guide of 10 tips that can turn your Mac into an even more powerful beast.