We are now writing a monthly column on tech and small business at NY Enterprise Report. The first column, published this week, is 5 Ways the iPhone 4S Can Help Your Business.
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Last week, Apple released the iPhone 4S, and it already looks to be a hit, as Apple claims they pre-sold more than a million in the first 24 hours of availability. Should you get one? That depends.
Our July newsletter was all about backup. We're repeating the message this month because we have seen yet more hard drives failing. If you couldn't start your Mac tomorrow, how much would you be willing to lose?
The Lower East Side Ecology Center is holding more e-waste recycling events in September and October. Here they are, by borough.
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion was released today. We advise that you hold off on upgrading your Mac, because some of your software may not work on Lion, plus there are often bugs in the early release that get fixed within a few weeks.
Back Up Your Mac Today!
We are not trying to make your summer a bummer, but: Your hard drive, which is the part of your computer that stores all of your music, photos, writings, and every other kind of document, is going to die. Maybe not today, and maybe not tomorrow. But it will, someday. And it really could be today or tomorrow. We've seen it happen at the worst moments.
Apple has announced iCloud, and we're here to tell you what it does and what it means for you.
Usually we send only one newsletter a month, but there were so many exciting Apple announcements this week at the Worldwide Developer Conference that this is our second of 3 emails that we'll be sending in a week. Read the first one, all about Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion" was only one of three exhibits. A major new version of Apple's other operating system, the one which runs iPhone/iPad/iPod touch (and Apple TV) is also soon arriving: iOS 5.
We know many of you have received notices about MobileMe being replaced by iCloud. Don't worry! Nothing is changing yet. We'll explain more about future changes and iCloud in an upcoming newsletter.
Steve Jobs and the executive team at Apple held forth with a mighty slew of announcements yesterday at Apple's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference. What can Mac and iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch users look forward to in the near future? Well, if you want to soak it up just as the developer masses did on Monday, nuke up some popcorn and treat yourself to the actual keynote itself.
Malware: Recently malware struck Mac users on a wider scale than ever before. Malware, defined as malicious code and encompassing viruses, trojan horses, and spyware, is something Windows users have been vigilant about for a long time, but has been mostly nonexistent on the Mac.