Tuesday, February 19, 2013

How to handle freezes and crashes

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Mac troubleshooting: How to handle freezes and crashes

02.13.2013 3:30 AM

Plagued by the spinning Beach Ball of Death? Joe Kissell explains what to do in the event of Mac crashes and freezes.

Don't worry about Apple's business, worry about its products

02.14.2013 3:00 AM

Many longtime Apple fans may still be scarred by the era of Apple's struggles, says David Sparks. But they're worrying about the wrong thing.


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Configuring your Mac's network settings

02.14.2013 3:30 AM

If you want your Mac to enjoy all that the Internet offers, you need to configure its network settings. Christopher Breen walks you through it.

Apple boosts performance, lowers prices on MacBook Pro with Retina display

02.13.2013 5:54 AM

Apple on Wednesday announced that it's dropping the starting prices on the MacBook Pro with Retina display and the MacBook Air, while also giving some of those Retina pros a speed boost.

What's wrong with the Mountain Lion interface

02.11.2013 6:00 AM

Rob Griffiths finally switched his main iMac to Mountain Lion. He likes Apple's latest OS, but he has a couple complaints, too.

Intuit releases QuickBooks Online for iPad

02.14.2013 5:30 AM

As the name implies, QuickBooks Online for iPad draws from QuickBooks Online. The main benefit of the iPad app is that it can work with the iPad?s camera, using features such as notifications and location services, and provide a user interface that?s native to the iPad.

Review: Cygnett WorkMate for iPhone 5 offers sleek, serious protection

02.13.2013 5:30 AM

The Cygnett WorkMate for iPhone 5 is a good looking, protective case. And Lex Friedman says it's a worthy successor to the excellent WorkMate for the iPhone 4.

Mac Gems: Shush gives you a systemwide mic mute

02.13.2013 4:00 AM

If you use a variety of audio and video apps, you'll likely find Shush to be a nifty app. It gives you a systemwide mute control, making it quick and easy to mute your microphone, no matter which app you're currently using.

Exploit allows contacts, photos access on a locked iPhone 5

02.14.2013 6:27 AM

An exploit first posted in late January allows someone to access the photos and contacts stored on a locked iPhone 5 running iOS 6.1.

Apple expert details how to keep iPad business migrations in check

02.11.2013 5:35 AM

There's no easy path to iPad adoption, and a bogged-down iPad pilot program can spell disaster. Here's how to simplify complicated iPad migrations.

The Week in iPad Cases: Playing for keeps

02.16.2013 6:30 AM

In this week's edition of our weekly roundup of new iPad cases, we have something for all tastes, from the finest leather to the most-rugged road equipment.

App Spotlight: DialMyCalls automates group calling, texting

02.11.2013 9:43 AM

Blast a message to your employees, sales team, or even a select group of customers. This free app makes it easy.

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Slacker launches new website, updated mobile apps

02.13.2013 6:00 AM

At an event on Tuesday night, Slacker unveiled a drastically redesigned website, mobile apps, and logo that bring it into stiffer competition with others in the music streaming space.

RFLKT bike computer taps your iPhone's cycling potential

02.13.2013 6:15 AM

The RFLKT from Wahoo Fitness is the world's first iPhone powered bike computer.


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