The annual The Best Buy Memorial Day sale is on today with some of the lowest prices of the year for iPads, Macs and more. Free shipping is available to everyone, including Amazon with matching offers. Hit the jump for all of our top picks from this year’s Best Buy …Read More »
Monthly Archives: June 2020
Apple is promoting the “broadcast quality” of iPhone cameras, as Hollywood adapts to production at home
Last month, ABC announced that it would partner with Apple to help with production American idol from home in the middle of COVID-19. In a new statement, Apple today advertises the flexibility and transmission quality of the video that the iPhone offers for these situations. TechCrunch has more details about …Read More »
The brightness of the Philips Hue lamp doubles, but has two disadvantages
If you’re not happy with the brightness of the Philips Hue lamp, the company seems to be solving the problem with a new 1600 lumens version in an E27 socket. This is twice as bright as the current model with around 800 lumens – this corresponds to a jump from …Read More »
What happens after Windows 7 retires?
The Redmond doctor came into the room, snorted a chair into place, but didn’t want to look Windows 7 in the eye and just stared at the desk. “I’m afraid it’s bad news,” said the doctor. Windows 7 let out a long sigh. “It’s terminal,” said the M.D. As if …Read More »
Apple Results: 9 Lessons To Survive A Pandemic
Apple’s second-quarter financial results were not quite the bloodbath that some had expected, and while the future remains uncertain, there are some lessons to be learned for companies trying to deal with the current crisis. What happened to Apple in the second quarter of fiscal 20? Apple’s sales reached $ …Read More »
Live images and videos of protests create record downloads of the Twitter app
The desire to see live images and videos of protests against George Floyd’s murder has led to downloads of the Twitter app being recorded. This has led to already high downloads from those who want to track coronavirus messages. Two different sources Apptopia and Sensor towerBoth agree that this has …Read More »
Come on, Microsoft! Is it really that hard to properly update Windows 10?
Yesterday, on Patch Tuesday, when I finished the following column, complaining about the sad state of the Windows 10 patches and providing numerous examples of very buggy things, a big, fat example landed on my lap (but luckily not on mine) Laptop). . It was announced that Microsoft had accidentally …Read More »
Run Win10 version 1803 or 1809? You have options. Learn how to control your upgrade here.
The older versions of Windows 10 grow long in the tooth. Microsoft officially released its last cumulative update for Win10 version 1803 (Home or Pro edition) on November 12th. It is planned to end Win10 version 1809 on May 12th next year. If you are currently running either 1803 or …Read More »
How to protect yourself from Apple phishing scams
Checkpoint Research recently warned that criminals are taking advantage of the COVID 19 crisis with a wave of attempts to get people to share their security information with fake emails. Catch a phish According to the research, Apple is the most widespread brand. Phishing is the practice of masquerading as …Read More »
Immediate government measures grant AAPL cheap loans for share buybacks
Immediate measures to ensure that companies continue to have access to finance during the corona virus crisis have effectively provided Apple with cheap loans to fund share buybacks and dividend payments, a new report said today. Government support allowed Apple to borrow money on the bond market at the lowest …Read More »