Category Archives: All Things Apple

AT&T is currently offering hefty discounts on the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Surge

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AT&T is currently offering hefty discounts on the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Surge | Macworld If you’re looking for a new fitness tracker, AT&T has some nice sales on Fitbit devices right now. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Ian Paul Contributor, Macworld | […]

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Netgear Arlo Baby review: a better baby monitor

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Netgear’s Arlo line consists of security cameras for indoor, outdoor, and on-the-go monitoring. With Wi-Fi baby monitors all the rage, it’s not shocking that the manufacturer has set its sights on “guarding your most precious asset.” What is pleasantly surprising is just how well it pulls it off. On the outside, the $250 Arlo Baby […]

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How to watch Game of Thrones without Sky

Game of Thrones Season 7 kicks off tonight. It’s broadcast on Sky Atlantic, but you don’t need a Sky subscription to watch GoT. Later in this article we’ll explain how you can use a much cheaper NowTV Entertainment package to watch season 7 of GoT. It’s worth pointing out, too, that if you’re happy to […]

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H8erade: The iPhone 8 has so many problems

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Is it time to hit the panic button about the iPhone 8? No, not at all. Because Apple already hit it last month. Writing for Fast Company, Mark Sullivan describes the indescribable horror. “Source: A “Sense Of Panic” At Apple As The Next Flagship iPhone’s Software Problems Persist.” The problems, Sullivan claims, revolve around the […]

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How to watch Wimbledon 2017 live stream: Williams vs Muguruza

The annual Wimbledon tennis championship is in full swing. We show you how you can tune in live online – for free and on any device – whether you’re in the UK or abroad, at home or hiding under the desk at work, or even if you want to catch up later on in your […]

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How to watch the British Grand Prix online or on TV

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Ever since Sky started showing F1 it’s been tricky to watch it on terrestrial TV. If you don’t have Sky and subscribe to the F1 channel, you’ll be limited to watching on Channel 4 which took over from BBC a few years back. How to watch F1 without Sky Unfortunately, Sky has the most rights and […]

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How to send any document on WhatsApp

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WhatsApp is a fantastic service for letting you chat with and send picture- or video messages to your contacts for free over a data connection without using up your tariff allowances. Now it’s possible to send any document up to 100MB for free, too. Also see: How to make video calls and group video calls […]

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Ask the iTunes Guy: Consolidating iTunes libraries, deleting songs, correcting an email address for an iTunes account

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iTunes is great at storing all your music and other media, but only if you let it. If, like one correspondent, you have a number of hard drives with old iTunes Media folders, you need to do some work to consolidate them. In other news, iTunes has changed the way you delete files from your […]

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How to turn off website tracking in Safari for macOS High Sierra

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How to turn off website tracking in Safari for macOS High Sierra | Macworld Safarii 11 uses Intelligent Tracking Prevention to stop websites from doing cross-site tracking of your web activities. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Roman Loyola Senior Editor, Macworld | Jul 14, […]

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Netgear Orbi RBK30 WiFi System review: It's not bad, but it's not great

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Netgear continues to very quietly buck the mesh networking trend. Its new Orbi RBK30 WiFi System is based on a tri-band router that operates on a hub-and-spoke topology, instead of a true mesh. So it’s very similar to its pricier stablemate, the Orbi RBK50, that we picked as best mesh Wi-Fi router in April. Both […]

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