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How to play Windows games on your Mac without Windows

How to play Windows games on your Mac without Windows

The Mac has plenty of games, but it'll always get short shrift compared to Windows. If you want to play the latest games on your Mac, you have no choice but to install Windows...or do you? There are actually a few ways you can play Windows games on your Mac without having to dedicate a partition...
iPhone Outlook

Microsoft releases new Outlook app for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has released a new Outlook app for iPhone and iPad, completing the full Office experience on iOS. This new app is a fully featured email client, worth downloading if you use the desktop version and enjoy utilizing Microsoft Office products. It's a solid app that not only lets you tap...
iPhone 6

Apple ties with Samsung for title of world's largest smartphone manufacturer

Apple's stellar quarter – during which it sold 74.5 million iPhones – has allowed the manufacturer to catch up to Samsung. According to data from market research firm Strategy Analytics, both Apple and Samsung control a market share of 19.6 percent and are now tied for the title of the world's...
Vector 75: HoloLens, VR ads, and YouTube alternatives

Vector 75: HoloLens, VR ads, and YouTube alternatives

Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology and popular culture. On this week's show, Microsoft has HoloLens, Google has Glass, Facebook has Oculus — what does Apple have or need? Also, what would ads in AR/VR be like...
The iPad unveiling, five years later

The iPad unveiling, five years later

Five years ago this week — January 27, 2010 to be precise — Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage to show off what he himself considered to be one of the most important products of his life. The Mac had been introduced decades before, the iPhone only a few years, yet on that stage, at that event, Jobs...
Apple's ASP and the difference between cost and value

Apple's ASP and the difference between cost and value

There's an incredible difference between what something costs and how much value we derive from it. Apple's success hinges on their understanding of this — we'll pay more for something that we believe makes our lives better. Sometimes "better" is prestige or cachet, sometimes it's adrenalin or...
Why Apple is underestimated so insanely always

Why Apple is underestimated so insanely always

Last year, the level of stupidity surrounding Apple was best exemplified by Haunted Empire, the calamitously bad book that tried to make the "Tim Cook's company is doomed" meme mainstream. Yesterday, Apple announced the most profitable quarter in the history of the business world — of which the...
How to easily back up and restore your Mac with Time Machine

How to easily back up and restore your Mac with Time Machine

Time Machine is OS X Yosemite's "OS X 10.10 Yosemite reviews, features, apps, help, and how-to")'s built-in backup software. It was introduced with OS X 10.5 Leopard and has been there ever since. If you've never used it, please start. Time Machine is absolutely the easiest way to back up your...
Facebook on iPhone 6

Facebook iPhone and iPad users should see photos load faster with file changes

Facebook has made some changes in the background to its iPhone and iPad app that should allow users to load photos faster. The improvements are due to Facebook adopting the Progressive JPEG (PJPEG) image format. The PJPEG format stores several scans of one photo, each with a different level of...
Facebook's Paper app makes it easier to share your favorite photos

Facebook Paper app makes it easier to share your favorite photos

Facebook has updated their Paper app, adding important photo sharing enhancements. Camera Roll organization has been improved, and its now easier to share your favorite photos. Paper can now access you Favorites album on your iPhone. Favorites came along as part of iOS 8, letting you mark your...

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