Can Mac users enjoy the Live Photos they’ve taken on their iPhone on their Mac in all their animated glory too? The answer is yes! Here’s how.
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Feral Interactive announced on Monday that F1 2016 will race into the Mac App Store and onto Steam on April 6th.
Apple has notified Imagination Technologies that it plans to stop using its graphics technology in its devices within two years. Shares in the British firm fell by nearly 70% on Monday.
A Getflix: Lifetime Subscription can help you bypass geographic restrictions on streaming content. Getflix unblocks more than 100 streaming channels around the world.
ARMOR-X GO-X3 Bluetooth Headphones are designed to fit your ear comfortably for up to 7 hours of play time.
The MacX Media Management Bundle lets use your Mac to you rip DVDs, convert videos, and organize & transfer your media files like never before!
As long as you haven’t already emptied the Trash on your Mac, there’s an easy way to restore a Trashed file back to its original folder!
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has denied a request by the country’s big-three banks to collectively bargain with Apple to gain access to the iPhone’s NFC technology, used by Apple Pay.
Popular endless puzzler Blyss is this week’s App Store free App of the week.
With the ExoMount CD Car Mount, you’ll get a true hands-free experience when using your iPhone in the car.
It only takes a few moments to reset the AutoCorrect Dictionary on your iOS 10 device, so you can start teaching it those bad words all over again!
April is just a few days away, so you’d better firming up plans for your Netflix binges.
Panols, the popular Instagram panorama image sharing tool, is now available for free in the iOS App Store. The app is usually $1.99.
The Slim Laptop Carrier will tote your MacBook, (or any other laptop, if that’s how you roll), in comfort and style.
If you’re like me, you regularly forget to empty the trash. No, not the can in the kitchen, although I forget that sometimes too. I mean the Mac Trash bin.
Apple Pay has reportedly rolled out to users in Taiwan. The China Post reports Apple’s mobile payments solution has begun rolling out to customers of 7 Taiwanese banks.