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5 Reasons to Go Mac
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5 Reasons to Go Mac Windows users who switch to Apple’s Mac ecosystem do so for many reasons. Maybe they become tired of technical issues they may encounter on the PC, maybe they simply fancy a change or they need … Read More

Should You Buy a Mac or a PC? 2016
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Should You Buy a Mac or a PC? 2016 So you’re in the market for a new desktop or laptop computer and trying to determine whether you should purchase an Apple Mac or some kind of Microsoft Windows-based PC. Deciding … Read More

Why I Won’t be Switching Back to Windows 10
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Microsoft and Apple’s rivalry has forced them to raise the standards of their software significantly. But I’ll still be remaining on OS X. Continue reading

4 Products Apple Will Never Produce
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Recently Apple’s Tim Cook said that they will never produce a convergent Tablet Mac. In other words they have no interest in making a touchscreen Mac with an optional iOS front end in a vein similar to what Microsoft has … Read More

Do We Expect too much from Apple?
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Apple’s WWDC 2015 early this month was generally considered pretty low key by and large, the consensus was that people pretty much expected this to be a fairly underwhelming affair. iOS and OS X received some welcome but largely modest … Read More

Major security weakness discovered in iOS & OS X
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Turns out you may not be quite as safe on your iPhone, iPad and Mac computer as you thought you were. A group of security researchers from Indiana University, Peking University and Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS and … Read More

Why you should and shouldn’t buy an Apple Mac Computer
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Now it’s time for me to give you 5 reasons why you should and shouldn’t buy an Apple Mac Computer. First the reasons why you should: 5: Macs are generally more stable: I have to underline the word generally here, because … Read More

My Mac Switching Story: 7 Years Later
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My Mac Switching Story: 7 Years Later It’s been almost 7 years to the day since I went Mac and switched from my Dell Dimension 9200 PC to an iMac. I switched back in 2008 because I needed to get … Read More

Apple Mac Mini Vs iMac 2015: Which Should You Buy?
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Apple’s Mac lineup features three desktop computers, the Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro, the latter of which is too powerful and expensive for most consumer’s needs. So in this article, let’s compare the Mac Mini and the iMac and … Read More

Apple MacBook Air Vs MacBook Pro 2014
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Apple MacBook Air Vs MacBook Pro 2014 Apple’s Mac laptop line is comprised of two different machine classes. The super slim MacBook Air and the slightly thicker and more capable MacBook Pro. A question I get asked often is: “Dave, … Read More

The Most Cost Effective Apple Mac Computer To Purchase
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The Most Cost Effective Apple Mac Computer To Purchase Apple’s Mac Lineup is comprised of five different computers. From cheapest to most expensive, the Mac Mini, the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro, the iMac and the Mac Pro. The Mac … Read More

2014 Mac Mini: A Great Shame
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This month, Apple updated not only their iMac lineup with a new 27-inch 5K display edition, but also a new Mac Mini. The Mac Mini has been long over due for a refresh and many people felt it was probably … Read More

The History of the Macintosh Computer
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Apple’s Macintosh Computer line has become a unique brand all of its own and one that survives and thrives even to this day. But where did it all begin? This is the History of the Macintosh computer. Back in January … Read More

What Makes Apple So Successful?
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So lots of tech companies have influenced the world with their software, gadgets and inventions. What makes Apple so special? They’ve had the biggest influence over mainstream consumer tech culture in a way that no other business has. For the … Read More

OS X Yosemite Public Beta – Review Roundup
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Apple’s OS X Yosemite is the eleventh major release of their Mac operating system. The public Beta went live for download yesterday and you can install it on your Mac to check it out. Before you do that, remember that … Read More

Apple Launches OS X Yosemite Beta to the general public
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Apple are due to launch their beta program for their upcoming next generation Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite, which they first announced during their annual Worldwide Developers Conference in early June. Thus far, only developers have had access to this upcoming Mac … Read More

Google Now launches on Chrome Desktop Browser
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Google Now has been a major Android feature for mobile devices for some time now, thankfully desktop users are no longer left out in the cold, as the new Chrome browser has added support for this ubiquitous voice / search … Read More

Mac Vs PC – How they built our technology culture
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Ever since the initial launch of Windows 95, the competitive element of the GUI we still use and recognise today, originated by Mac OS System 1, was to now finally go head to head in this highly competitive market. In … Read More

The History of Operating Systems
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We use computers every single day, from tablets, smartphones, desktop PCs and laptops but we’ve in many ways become almost oblivious to how they work. The user interfaces used across the various operating systems out there have become intuitive and … Read More

2013 MacBook Pros Experiencing Trackpad and Keyboard Lockups
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With every new model of a popular technology product there are bound to be a few teething problems here and there. When it comes to early adoption of an entirely new product or redesigned computing device, the odds of users … Read More