Spielberg’s ‘Amazing Stories’ is just the first of Apple’s major TV deals

It was inevitable that Apple would begin signing big-name talent and major franchises to its forthcoming push into original video. Inevitable from the moment it hired two respected television industry executives, Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht.Under Eddy Cue, Apple was able to experiment with shows like Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke. … [Read more...]

Save 80% on a Lifetime of MacX Media Conversion Software

Whether you prefer iOS or Android, Mac or PC, you shouldn't be forced to pick a side when it comes to enjoying movies and videos on your favorite devices. That's the philosophy behind the MacX Media Conversion Lifetime License Bundle, and now it's on sale for more than 80 percent off its usual price.Featuring MacX DVD Ripper Pro and MacX Video … [Read more...]

Save Hundreds on a Lifetime of Online Privacy From Windscribe VPN ($49)

Surfing on public Wi-Fi is certainly convenient, but what most users aren't aware of is the risk they take when they log on to an unsecured network. These networks can be home to snoopers and hackers eager to take a look at your browsing movements and personal information. That's why it's important to protect your privacy with a VPN that keeps … [Read more...]

Best DVR for cord cutters

TiVo Roamio OTA vs. Tablo vs. Channel Master vs. HDHomeRun with Plex: None are ideal, but one might work for you. … [Read more...]

macOS High Sierra: You don’t have to upgrade to APFS

macOS High Sierra offers the new Apple File System (APFS) that replaces the old HFS+ filesystem. While you can upgrade your Mac to use APFS, it's not currently required.APFS offers a lot of advantages for SSD performance and durability, as well as encryption for any type of drive. But it’s not backwards compatible with older versions of OS X or … [Read more...]

Tado Smart AC Control review: An even better way to make your dumb air conditioner smarter

Connecting your A/C to your smartphone and smart home will save you smart money. … [Read more...]

ClearStream TV review: This digital TV tuner lets you pause and rewind live TV

And an onboard Wi-Fi adapter lets you stream live TV to any streaming box or mobile device on your home network. … [Read more...]

Apple releases iOS 11.0.2 update that fixes static during FaceTime and phone calls

iOS 11 is barely two weeks old, and it’s already received its second update. Apple on Tuesday released iOS 11.0.2, one that you’ll want to install if you’re a frequent user of FaceTime or often make phone calls.iOS 11.0.2, according to the release notes, “Fixes an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 … [Read more...]

Best Buy is selling a 4TB external hard drive for $70

Two weeks ago, we spied a pretty decent deal for a $60 2TB WD external hard drive. If you don't need to travel with a storage drive, however, today's deal is even better. Best Buy is offering a Seagate 4TB desktop external hard drive for $70—that's about $30 cheaper than you'll find elsewhere.It's not clear how long this deal will last, so if … [Read more...]

How to remove old sent messages from Mail in macOS

Email is one of those programs that you use, and then you realize that you have files dating back from a long time ago. Macworld reader Chris want to take control of the message in Apple’s Mail, specifically the messages he has sent. I swear I used to be able to control how long my sent mailbox kept old sent messages—I’m sure I set it to 1 month! … [Read more...]

Redesigning history: Apple was never perfect

It’s fashionable these days to say things are actually the opposite of what they seem in order to shock, titillate or just stir stuff up in the name of “generating a dialogue”. Bacon is actually good for you! The Star Wars prequels are misunderstood genius! Guinea pigs are not adorable furry eggplants with legs and ice water is not a cool, … [Read more...]

Apple Photos 3: The changes, new features, and improvements you should know about

Photos 3, part of macOS High Sierra, doesn’t bring much that’s truly new. Apple acknowledges this by listing changes as a combination of improvements and enhancements, a welcome bit of frankness. And I’d argue it’s great news, because many of the rough spots in the Sierra release that we heard about repeatedly from readers who ran afoul of them … [Read more...]

BrandPost: The Age of Modern Mac Malware

Apple fans might remember 2010 mostly for the launch of the iPad, rather than the Boonana Trojan that hit Macs the same year. Boonana was one of the first pieces of malware to leverage the increased popularity of social media networks like Facebook to spread itself from one wall to another.Although most computer users are now familiar with threats … [Read more...]

macOS High Sierra: Gamers should put off an upgrade to APFS

The next version of Apple’s operating system for the Mac is called macOS High Sierra. While the OS is mostly about software refinements, it also lays the foundation for future innovations in the worlds of VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality).You can learn more by taking a look at our favorite High Sierra features listed below. That’s … [Read more...]

iOS 11: How the one-handed and QuickType keyboards work


What defines iOS more than its software keyboard? It’s the thing that made the original iPhone different from all the other phones with their keyboards of plastic buttons. When we enter text into our iPhones (and our iPads), it’s generally via the standard iOS keyboard. And in iOS 11, there are a few notable improvements to that keyboard.(If you … [Read more...]

Lego Boost review: Yup, tablet-connected Lego robots are as cool as they sound


Build really cool Lego robots, and then control them with your tablet? Yes, please. Lego Boost ($160 on Amazon) is aimed at kids ages 7 to 12, so I was a little worried that it would be too hard to enjoy with my son—he’s 5 (and a half!) and just started kindergarten. But while I had to direct the complicated builds, controlling the finished robots … [Read more...]

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