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Tim Cook Comes Out, ‘I’m Proud to Be Gay’

| October 30, 2014

Did you feel that? The ground moving under your feet? Yeah, the world just changed and Apple CEO Tim Cook is the agent of that change. Or put another way, Steve Jobs’ handpicked successor, the head of the world’s most valuable and, arguably, best loved corporation has said that he is gay and proud thereof. […]

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Apple Pay vs CurrentC? MCX Already Hacked

| October 29, 2014

This string of “bad luck” began when MCX CurrentC partners turned off NFC in order to block both Apple Pay and Google Wallet users. Then people started reading the MCX terms of service, which gives the Walmart-backed payment service access to your health and bank information. Really? MCX says people shouldn’t worry, but another bit […]

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Get a 3D Dock Again in OS X Yosemite (or a Transparent Dock too)

| October 29, 2014

The Dock is just one of a variety of aspects of the Mac OS X interface that was overhauled and flattened in Yosemite. Gone are the days of the 3D Dock, the new Yosemite Dock defaults to looking like a flatter version, much like the iOS Dock. If you long for the Dock with some […]

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2 Possible Fixes for Mail SMTP Sending Errors in OS X Yosemite

| October 29, 2014

Some Mac users who updated OS X to Yosemite have found Mail app to experience errors or problems when trying to send email. Typically this is in the form of an SMTP server connection error, a mailbox that’s seemingly stuck offline, a repeated request for a password from Mail app (a fairly common issue which […]

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How to Install OS X Yosemite on Windows with Hackintosh

| October 28, 2014

In addition to knowing about the new iPhone 6 or iPad Air 2, you should also know about the OS X Yosemite (10.10) that Apple released at WWDC 2014 for its Mac operating system. Named after the beautiful national park in the United States, Yosemite National Park. Even though it adopted some styling elements from […]

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How to add your first credit card in Apple Pay

| October 28, 2014

Even though big companies like CVS, Rite Aids, and many others are not accepting the Apple Pay in their stores, that doesn’t mean we can’t try it out. You can still use it to purchase items from Nike, Macy’s, McDonald’s, etc. It’s simple to buy an item without having to take out your credit card […]

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iPad Air 2 Camera, Display Are Major Innovations

| October 28, 2014

Quick, what time is it? If you said, time to buy a new tablet, then Apple has an offer you would be silly to refuse. Yes, the iPad Air 2 is still very much an iPad in design and function, however it’s radically improved display and camera are major innovations. For example, DisplayMate has tested […]

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AnyTrans Mac App Review

| October 28, 2014

In the furious mobile OS wars which rage on daily, one of the propaganda pieces that those in the Android camp like to wave in iOS supporters’ faces is the open nature of Google’s operating system. There are valid reasons for Apple’s closed ecosystem, but it can be annoying at times – not being able […]

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How to Downgrade iTunes 12 to iTunes 11 on Mac & Windows

| October 27, 2014

You might love the iTunes 12 because it brings a whole new interface to the software and it does looks modern. However, many elements that our eyes are used to have been removed, like the popular sidebar and it use smaller fonts now. I personally can still survive with or without it but many users […]

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Pangu jailbreak updated for iOS 8 fix Safari crashes, Cydia Substrate issue, and more

| October 27, 2014

A lot of things had happen after the Pangu team released their first jailbreak for iOS 8 and 8.1. iOS Developers like Saurik has rolled out new version of Cydia Substrate and also updated AFC2 to work on iOS 8. Unfortuntely, due to the limitations in the jailbreak tool, it’s hard run these tweaks smoothly […]

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