Here is our annual list of cool tech gifts for the holiday season. Don’t forget, Chanukah starts this year on the evening of Tuesday, December 12th.
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I got Apple's latest baby, the iPhone X, and I'm going to share what I think about it. In short: I think it's great, but possibly not worth the expense to everyone, especially those who already like the "Plus" iPhone models.
Apple had some big announcements today, made for the first time from the Steve Jobs Theater at their new headquarters. Here are the highlights.
You may have received an email from CrashPlan, informing you that they are no longer offering CrashPlan backup for Home. You need to take action to keep your backups running.
Yesterday Apple announced some new hardware and software. Here are the highlights. First the hardware:
One of the most common questions we get asked is “What is iCloud, and how do I use it?” Let’s run through it.
As you might know, when Apple first announced their wireless headphones, called AirPods, I was skeptical, because they’re a) $160 and b) easily lost. It seemed like a poor justification for ditching the headphone jack on the iPhone 7. I now have a pair. And I can say that a) and b) are still both true. But, now that I have them, I can also say that AirPods are awesome. Someone really thought about how this product should work, and executed beautifully.
I got the new MacBook Pro 13-inch, with Touch Bar, and maxed out options, I thought I’d review it for you. It’s my first truly new Mac design in seven years, when I purchased my first MacBook Air 11-inch model, followed by several newer versions of the same.
One of Apple's more controversial recent decisions has been to remove all of the familiar ports from the new MacBook Pro and the 12-inch MacBook. They've replaced them with USB-C ports, which in my opinion is a positive change, but it's also confusing.
Here are the coolest new tech items we've found for holiday giving this year. Reminder: Chanukah starts on December 24th; Christmas is, as always, on the 25th.