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As we well and truly head into 2016 I suggest it's time to take a moment to consider some of the latest implications of our digital lives.
This article was published by Verandah Magazine.
Whatever Apple does affects everyone in the modern connected world whether you use iPhones or other brands, or whether you use a Mac or a PC. It is so influential not because it has class leading hardware and software integration or the newest features – indeed other platforms often add…
The new operating system for recent Mac computers is now available for free from the App Store in your Mac's Applications folder.
It's called El Capitan, OSX 10.11 and first reports are favourable. Some new features including more comprehensive Notes should keep everyone happy. Mail has been completely re-written, a necessary fix as the last…
Apple has refused to hand text messages over to the US government because it says it can't! They have been encrypted by default. So Apple are the good guys for a change.
This is an increasingly fraught area of technology where governments all over the world want access to text…
Ever since Yosemite Mac OS X 10 has been with us there have been persistent reports of problems with the Mail app. This is not for everyone—I’ve had no issues—but plenty of people have had plenty of strife.
Apple have heard the yells and are re-writing Mail for the new…
Apple Music will debut Tuesday US time. Does it have enough to get people to pay $10 per month? We shall see, but it helps that there is a 3 month free trial period so you can try it and decide.
Then it's a question of the difference between Spotify, Pandora and Apple Music. This article suggests, among other things that Siri is the key.
We’ve all being using Google for so long that it’s become a verb, ubiquitous. We so loved the search giant with its ‘don’t do evil’ motto that we didn’t really notice the changes that had crept into our search results: advertisements. And as seems to happen with even the best…