This isn't going to be our most fun newsletter. But it is time to answer the questions we've been getting recently about whether Mac users need to start running extra security software to protect themselves from malicious software, aka malware.
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As many of you know, we don't just love Macs around here; gadgets also make our hearts pump faster. And that means, of course, mobile phones. We thought we'd bring you up to date on the latest and greatest.
Here are some of our favorite Mac tips and tools (some of them are for PC users too). We don't have a financial relationship with any of these companies, nor are we responsible for the quality of their products or services. So please do your own research as necessary--as you should do with any recommendation.
Last week, Apple made its last-ever keynote presentation at MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. We thought you might want to know what they had to say, but first...
Today’s newsletter focuses on using the Apple Store as a resource for computer training. You can sign up for individual sessions or for workshops. More details are below.
Last week, Apple introduced new portable computers. As usual, we're here to tell you what they're all about.
While most of the attention these days is on the iPhone, the venerable iPod is still chugging along. I wanted to take a moment to mention how profoundly important that product has been.
If you've been living in a sealed box, you might not have heard that Apple released the new iPhone last month. Well, it's here. Do you want one? What if you already have an iPhone?
Tell me if this has happened to you: you're travelling with your laptop, away from your main computer, and you need a specific message you received -- but you can't find it, because it was downloaded to your desktop computer. Or perhaps you want to locate someone's contact info in your phone, but you can't, because your phone and computer's contact lists are different. Or you worry about losing your phone, because you would lose all of your appointments and contacts!
Below is a list of upcoming dates and locations for electronics recycling in Manhattan and Brooklyn. It's a great way to get rid of old computers, printers, monitors, TV sets, VCRs, and cell phones. This service is for residents only, not for businesses.