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The UE BOOM 2 Is A Bluetooth Speaker With Great Sound At A Great Price (Review)

Back in October of last year, I was able to review the awesome UE MEGABOOM speaker. Some of the features I loved was it’s simple and useful design, great sound quality, and cool features such as the ability to pair up with other UE speakers. While we loved the UE MEGABOOM, at $300, it can be a pricey buy for some consumers. If you want the MEGABOOM, but can’t swallow the price, the UE BOOM 2 is definitely...

Susan Kare’s Print And Book Set Is A Great Gift For Any Retro Mac Lover (Review)

If you are an Apple fan, then you are most likely familiar with the work of Susan Kare. She is responsible for virtually all of the icons used on the original Macintosh, and arguably created some of the most iconic designs of the late 20th century. I myself love the design of these icons; even though the palette was limited to just two colors and there wasn’t much space to work with, Susan Kare managed...

Office For Mac Gets Touch Bar Features On The New MacBook Pro

Microsoft has updated its Office apps for Mac, adding support for the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar feature. With this update Office users will be able to take advantage of context based shortcuts and buttons that will appear in the Touch Bar based on what they are doing in the apps. Microsoft was quick to announce that its Office apps on macOS will support the Touch Bar as it made the announced within...

How To Show All Hidden Files On Mac With A Terminal Command

We showed you how you can hide individual files and folders on Mac and how you can unhide them whenever you need them. Hiding files through Terminal is easy and safe, and is perhaps the most effective way of hiding files on Apple’s computer. However the method we shared with you earlier required you to remember the path of the file where it is located, if you lose this information then you cannot...

How To Hide And Unhide Files Or Folders On Your Mac

If you have files on a shared Mac that you don’t want other people to see, then it is probably a good idea to hide them. The first idea that might come to your mind would be to hide the files deep inside multiple nested folder. While this is a clever approach, it is not foolproof, as anyone can easily find by looking for the supposedly ‘hidden files’ or stumble upon them accidentally....

Free Up GBs of Disk Space On Mac With CleanMyMac App

If you have a Mac that is running out of available disk space, managing data can be a very hard thing to do. Things get worse when you have deleted everything you could but still don’t get the sufficient space back. Now normally we would recommend that you get a decent external hard drive to store data, however that should always be the last resort. Before you invest in an external hard drive there...

iOS 10.3 Public Beta And macOS Sierra 10.12.4 Public Betas Released

If you are interested in beta testing Apple’s latest software but don’t have a developer account, then you would be pleased to know that Apple has released public betas for iOS 10.3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.4. Both operating systems, which are generally more stable than the developer betas can be downloaded from Apple’s website. While anyone can install the public beta, you need to be registered...

macOS Sierra 10.12.4 Beta Brings Night Shift Mode And More

Alongside iOS 10.3 beta Apple has also released macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta for developers and it is now available for download through the developers website. With this update Apple is bringing iOS inspired Night Shift feature to the Mac. This means you will get the f.lux like functionality built-into macOS, with your screen shifting to a ‘night mode’ with less blue light and more yellow light...

How To Enable The Classic Dashboard With Widgets In macOS

Many new macOS users don’t know that there is a Dashboard feature on their Mac, that allows them to have mini applications or widgets on a separate screen. With these widgets users can have access to fun and useful information without having to open applications. The ‘Dashboard’, which...

Mac Display Mirroring App For iPad, Duet Display Updated To Add Touch Bar Feature

The popular Duet Display app for iPad, which allows users to turn their iPad into a second display for the Mac received a major update today. The newly updated app now features a Touch Bar feature, which is basically an on-screen Touch Bar similar to the physical touch strip found on the latest MacBook Pros. What makes this update even more interesting is that the app adds Touch Bar for all connected Macs...

Developer Betas For iOS 10.2.1, macOS 10.12.3 And tvOS 10.1.1 Are Now Available

If you are an Apple registered developer, then you would be interested to know that Apple has released first developer betas of all its operating systems and they are now available for download through the dev center. Given that Apple has just released the major software updates for all these operating systems it is very unlikely that these betas will bring any major changes or introduce any new features...

How To See MacBook’s Battery Time Remaining Estimate In macOS 10.12.2

It seems like Apple is on a mission to annoy its users. After removing ports that were frequently used by users from the latest MacBook models, the company has now removed another thing that is important to MacBook users. The recently released macOS 10.12.2 removes the Battery time remaining estimate from the battery menu. While Apple has removed the time remaining estimate from the battery menu, there...