Month: August 2016

Is the iPhone Behind the Times?

Despite all of the appeal and the cult-like following of the iPhone (and Apple products in general) arguments never cease when it comes to the iPhone keeping up with the “Next Big Thing” (aka Samsung). If it’s not the iPhone’s lack of innovative features in comparison to Samsung’s HDR camera capabilities or its curved HD screens, it’s another thing – like Apple’s limited app sto...

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What You Should Know Before Buying a Mac

Is your current computer getting a little outdated? Are you looking to make the switch? Are you considering a Mac? With every major purchase, doing some research on the company and products is an essential step to take before pulling out your wallet.So, when it comes to Macs, what should you know?A Brief History1984: Apple entered the tech world with the first Macintosh1991: The first Mac laptop...

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5 Windows 10 Tricks You Didn’t Know About

With the Windows 10 update being released in June, by now you’ve had some time to dabble in it. (If you haven’t, enlist the help of our handy features and tricks guide we released a couple of months back.)We want to make sure that you know all you need to know – even the hidden Windows 10 tricks you didn't know about.Here are 5 Windows 10 tricks you didn’t know about:GodModeWith this f...

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Elements Every Graphic Designer’s Computer Needs

You’ve probably heard arguments from both ends of the spectrum over which brand of computer or operating system is best for graphic design. Well, we challenge you to dig deeper than brand, and even aesthetics, to analyze a computer for its hardware and accessories.Consider these elements before you make your purchase:HardwareFirst and foremost, you’ll want to make sure that your computer has...

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The Best Protection for Your Company Computers

Nowadays, a computer is a key factor in helping you run your business. So when it comes to preserving such an important asset, having the right protection is a necessity.Here are the solutions we stand by:For VirusesWebrootBranded as “smarter cybersecurity,” this virus protection software goes the extra mile. It not only protects computers from common threats like viruses and ransomware but ...

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PC vs Mac Olympics: Who Gets the Gold?

It’s interesting how similar Windows and Mac have become over the years. At one point, Windows was without a doubt the most commonly used operating system. This made it challenging to switch over to a Mac, especially when the market offered so many Windows-innate programs.These days, the rivalry between the two has become tight, and it might become a bit challenging to tell which one is best f...

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Verizon Wins Big with Yahoo Acquisition

Telecommunications giant Verizon has announced the acquisition of search engine tech company Yahoo for $4.83 billion. Plans include the Yahoo acquisition integrating with Verizon’s fairly recent purchase of AOL.As quoted by Verizon’s CEO, “Just over a year ago we acquired AOL to enhance our strategy of providing a cross-screen connection for consumers, creators, and advertisers. The acquis...

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WWDC 2016 Apple Updates

With the summer almost over, we couldn’t help but reflect back on Apple’s 2016 Worldwide Developer’s Conference announcements for the fall. This June, Apple announced 13 major upcoming changes, improvements, and products for all of your Apple devices, and we’ve laid out the most important ones you need to know below.The Best WWDC 2016 Apple UpdatesMacThe Rebranding of OS X Say hello to m...

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Welcome to the Windows Anniversary Update

As of August 2, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update has finally arrived. From the brand new Microsoft Edge and Windows Ink to updated gaming and classroom tools, the newest version of Windows has kicked the door to the tech world off its hinges.Here’s what you need to know about the update:Price We’re hoping that you were able to get the upgrade for free by July 29. In case you didn’t, Windo...

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