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Having problems getting iCloud to sync your data between two instances of the same app? You’re not alone…
Apparently your computer is riddled with problems, junk files and wide-open to attacks that only MacKeeper can protect you against — but we know that’s not the case.
Good mixing software can make all the difference in your performance. Whether you’re using a Mac, Windows, or Linux, every level of skill and budget is catered for if you want to start DJing.
The new Apple thing is finally out, but everyone was talking about the Apple Watch long before it was officially announced. Starting at $349 – we take a look, and have TWO to give away!
You might think your MacBook is overheating if it sounds like a hairdryer and feels like a grill. Here are some things to try when you can no longer stand the heat.
We spend so much time with our devices that it’s possible to start feeling like unpaid software testers. I’ve been “testing” iOS for about five years now.
iCloud Drive is a handy tool, but accessing your files can be a little confusing. Today we’ll show you how to get file system access to iCloud Drive, whatever your operating system.
Having troubles with AirDrop? We can step you through all of your available options.
Brighten up your Mac by installing your own custom icons for favorite software and system components — it’s easy!
Multiple desktops were originally added Apple’s desktop operating system in 2009, but a large number of users are still surprised to find the feature exists at all.
Britain’s The Guardian marries hard hitting journalism with a compact format º perfect for dipping into even when you’re meant to be working.
Grouvi brings people with common interests together using a simple mobile app, and we think the potential is massive.
While most fitness trackers demand to be worn at all times, today we’re taking a look at one that doesn’t: the Moov.
These eight videos are a polite way to point out fallacies. Happy conversing, Internet!
Watched 100 million times in 24 hours before Communist Party officials started removing it from the Chinese web, this viral anti-polution documentary is now on YouTube.