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How to easily clone your Mac using SuperDuper! or Carbon Copy Cloner

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How to easily clone your Mac using SuperDuper! or Carbon Copy Cloner

Cloning produces an instantly bootable copy of your hard drive. Here are two popular methods

Even if you're backing up your Mac using Time Machine or another method, you may eventually need to clone your hard drive as well. Cloning produces an exact duplicate of your hard drive, bootable from your Mac. If your main drive fails, it can be a life-saver.

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1 hour ago

Debug 34: Sexism in tech

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Debug 34: Sexism in tech

Debug 34: Sexism in tech

Debug is Mobile Nations developer podcast. This week, however, we're doing something different. We're bringing together a panel of developers and designers, CEOs and senior editors, of women in the tech industry to talk about how women are treated and mistreated in the tech industry. Join Serenity Caldwell of Macworld/TechHive, Jessie Char of Pacific Helm, Georgia Dow of ZEN & TECH, and Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat as share their experiences and insight on sexism in the tech industry, from coworkers to clients to conventions to culture and beyond.

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2 hours ago

Pinterest introduces Guides Search for iPhone and iPad

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Pinterest introduces Guides Search for iPhone and iPad

Pinterest, the popular social network for sharing carefully curated collections of everything that interests you, has just updated their iPhone and iPad app to version 3.6 and added a new marquee feature — Guided Search. You can check it out in the videos above and below, but the basic idea is to help you not only find stuff you like but chance upon stuff you didn't know you'd like.

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3 hours ago

Best translation apps for iPhone: iTranslate Voice, iVoice, Google Translate, and more!

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Best translation apps for iPhone: iTranslate Voice, iVoice, Google Translate, and more!

Best translation apps for iPhone: iTranslate Voice, iVoice, Google Translate, and more!

Whether you're traveling to new and interesting places or trying to talk to new and interesting people at home, thanks to the iPhone, language is no longer an absolute barrier to communication. While we don't have Star Trek's universal translator - yet! - we do have plenty of apps on the App Store that can help with translation. We've gone through, tested them out, and figured out which are the absolute best iPhone apps for translation needs. These are the ones I think currently deserve your attention...

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7 hours ago

How iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 need to fix iCloud Keychain

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How iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 need to fix iCloud Keychain

iCloud Keychain lets you generate, store, and manage strong, unique passwords between your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac. In theory, that's an amazing win for both convenience and security. Unfortunately, it's only in theory. Sadly there are two big problems with iCloud Keychain, one conceptual, one architectural, that make it so that I — and anyone concerned with security — can't use it. Luckily, it's something that can and hopefully will be fixed with iOS 8 and OS X 10.10.

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8 hours ago

J.D. Power survey shows consumers still most satisfied with iPhone on all major U.S. carriers

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J.D. Power survey shows consumers still most satisfied with iPhone on all major U.S. carriers

The latest smartphone consumer satisfaction survey from J.D. Power still shows the iPhone coming out with the highest marks on all four major U.S. carriers. Across all four carriers, Apple's devices came out on top with high scores — 850, 857, 853 and 849 on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, respectively, on a 1000-point scale.

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8 hours ago

Apple and Google settle with employees over antitrust no-hire case

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Apple and Google settle with employees over antitrust no-hire case

The giants of Silicon Valley have bowed to their employees and settled an antitrust case brought against them over back-room deals to not hire from each other. The settlement, first reported by Reuters, brings to an end a legal battle that could have cost Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe billions of dollars and dragged them publicly into court. The terms of the deal were no disclosed.

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9 hours ago

Hulu's app for iOS now controls Hulu on your Xbox One and PlayStation

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Hulu's app for iOS now controls Hulu on your Xbox One and PlayStation

Building on its Chromecast remote control support, Hulu Plus will now let you control video playback on your Xbox One, PS3 or PS4 from your iOS device. Once your Hulu Plus app is updated on your console of choice, you'll notice that it will show up under the "cast" button menu just like a Chromecast, giving you more choices to watch your Hulu Plus content on the big screen.

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9 hours ago

Early iPhone engineer shares stories of Safari's move to mobile

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Early iPhone engineer shares stories of Safari's move to mobile

What was it like moving Apple's Safari web browser from the Mac to the original iPhone? More interestingly, what was it like doing it under the attention of Steve Jobs? Former Apple engineer Francisco Tolmasky spoke with Brian X. Chen about it as part of the publicity for his new iOS game, Bonsai Slice. There are lots of great anecdotes included, including how Ken Kocienda ended up creating the iPhone keyboard, insight into Don Melton's and Henri Lamiraux's teams, and, of course, Steve Jobs.

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10 hours ago

Your next pull-to-refresh could pull in an ad too

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Your next pull-to-refresh could pull in an ad too

Advertising provider Appsfire has a new ad unit, but this one's not always going to be in your face: if only appears when you pull to refresh. Dubbed "Brichter-San", after the Loren Brichter, creator of the pull-to-refresh gesture, the ad unit is hidden until a user performs the gesture. The ads are native, and right now purely focused on apps, and pull their content all from Appsfire's servers.

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