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The UE MEGABOOM Is A Great Wireless Speaker With Some Clever Tricks (Review)

The MEGABOOM, it’s packaging, and the power adapter. With the release of the iPhone 7, there has been more and more releases and announcements of wireless earphones. While wireless earphones are fairly new in the market, wireless speakers have been around for much longer. Because they have, this has given speaker manufactures more time to perfect their products. Logitech’s UE MEGABOOM is one...

How To Fix Picture-in-Picture Window At Any Position in macOS

macOS Sierra brings a new Picture-in-Picture feature to the Mac, which allows users to watch their favorite videos in a window while performing any other task. We have talked about this feature before and how you need to right-click twice on a Youtube video in order to activate PiP on it. It seems like there’s another handy trick related to the Picture-in-Picture feature that can make using it more...

AirDrop For Mac Not Working? Here’s What Might Be Wrong

If you are a Mac and iPhone user, then you would know that the quickest and perhaps most convenient way of transferring files between these devices is through AirDrop. The feature allows users to transfer photos, videos, contacts and other stuff via Bluetooth with a click of a button. However many users report that AirDrop doesn’t work for them all the time, reporting that it ‘kept on searching’...

How To Add, Remove And Rearrange Cities In macOS Weather Widget

The macOS Notification Center features a special weather widget that allows users to see the weather reports from different cities of the world. It is a powerful widget that is not only capable of showing weather reports for multiple cities at the same time but can also show a detailed forecast for each of them. If you have it enabled in your Notification Center and want to add, remove or rearrange cities...

Here’s How To Enable Or Disable Automatic Background Updates In macOS

Over the years macOS has adopted many features from iOS. One such feature that has been added to the macOS recently is the ability for the Mac to automatically download software updates in the background and keep them ready for the user. Typically you have to download the software updates from the App Store manually and install them, however by turning this option on your Mac will download the updates...

How To Turn Off Siri On macOS

After more than half a decade later Apple finally brought its virtual assistant Siri to the Mac. Right after installing macOS Sierra on their machines macOS users saw the Siri icon in the dock as well as in the menu bar. By putting its icons everywhere Apple sure is trying to persuade users to try this new feature. While many users are finding Siri for Mac to be useful, others don’t seem to be impressed...

Here’s How To Add Hey Siri Command to macOS Siri

Apple finally brought Siri to the Mac with even more features than are available for iPhone and iPad users. The new macOS feature makes it possible for users to perform different tasks with the virtual assistant. While Siri for macOS is more capable than Siri for iOS, it lacks the popular “Hey Siri” feature that enables users to activate Siri by just saying the two words. Instead users have...

macOS Universal Clipboard Not Working? Try This Simple Tip!

macOS Sierra brings many new features to Mac, however one function that I was most looking forward to was the Universal Clipboard feature. Universal Clipboard if you don’t know allows users to copy text, images and other content from their Mac and paste them on any of their iOS device. This also works...

iOS 10.1 Developer And Public Betas Released, Enable iPhone 7 Plus’s Portrait Feature

Apple has recently released developer and public betas for iOS 10.1. While it is a minor update for most users it brings a special new feature for the users of iPhone 7 Plus. With this new release iOS users with the biggest and latest iPhone will be able to use the Portrait feature of the Camera app that has the Depth-of-Field effect. Apple demoed the Portrait mode during its keynote event but announced...

macOS Sierra Released, Brings A New Name, Siri, Apple Pay And More To OS X

Good Bye OS X. Hello macOS. Apple has released the new macOS Sierra software update for Mac users and it is now available for download as a free update through the Mac App Store. The update brings a number of interesting features to the operating system, however perhaps the most notable change it brings is...

Edit Videos and Photos With Ease Using liquivid for Mac and Windows

Traditionally video editing tools have been quite complex for normal users. This is the reason why it is done mostly by professionals or enthusiasts who like to spend hours of their free time on editing videos. While we still think about video editing as a tedious task, things have changed significantly. Now tools like liquivid are available, which make it easier for amateurs as well layman to perform...

Terminal Tuesday: Enable Half-Star Ratings in iTunes

If you use the iTunes rating system for managing your songs a lot, you are probably aware with the limitation involving half-stars. iTunes only allows you to select between 1-5 stars; no halves. So you can’t have a rating like 3 1/2, for example. It’s quite bizarre that Apple hasn’t added this basic feature to iTunes yet. What’s even more bizarre is the fact that iTunes does have this feature built-in;...