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iOS 12: Geeky features iOS needs

iOS 12: Geeky features iOS needs

If June is for Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), then May is for stories speculating about what will be announced at WWDC. My favorite genre of these stories is the iOS feature
Photoshop was first sold as Barneyscan XP

Photoshop was first sold as Barneyscan XP

Adobe's Photoshop, the all-conquering image manipulation software that now anchors the subscription-based Creative Suite, was originally written in Pascal and distributed under the name "Barneyscan
iOS 11.4, the Developers Union, and the Razer Core X: Macworld Podcast

iOS 11.4, the Developers Union, and the Razer Core X: Macworld Podcast

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is coming soon, so where is iOS 11.4? There’s a movement for “sustainability in the App Store” for app developers. A new eGPU is on the market. We also talk
Save Over 80% On A Lifetime Subscription To Heimdal PRO Anti-Malware

Save Over 80% On A Lifetime Subscription To Heimdal PRO Anti-Malware

This Lifetime Subscription to Heimdal PRO Anti-Malware blocks and attacks what traditional antivirus software can't find, by silently working in the background to filter all your incoming and outgoing
Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack’s album Mezzanine is 20 years old. To celebrate, the band is working with scientists to store the album on DNA. Once coded, the band’s classic album could last for at least hundreds of
Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack’s album Mezzanine is 20 years old. To celebrate, the band is working with scientists to store the album on DNA. Once coded, the band’s classic album could last for at least hundreds of
Razer GDPR update: Old software wont work anymore

Razer GDPR update: Old software wont work anymore

This morning Razer began rolling out an update for the Razer Phone, an update that’ll change just a couple things. The most important part of the update is a series of upgrades that’ll bring the Razer
Razer GDPR update: Old software wont work anymore

Razer GDPR update: Old software wont work anymore

This morning Razer began rolling out an update for the Razer Phone, an update that’ll change just a couple things. The most important part of the update is a series of upgrades that’ll bring the Razer
CloudMounter 3.2 review: Easily access Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive through a single Mac icon

CloudMounter 3.2 review: Easily access Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive through a single Mac icon

Mounting cloud storage on the desktop is a great idea with a few inherent limitations built in. Bandwidth is the principal concern, because even the speediest internet connections available to
Bitdefender Total Security 2018 review: A solid choice for your PC

Bitdefender Total Security 2018 review: A solid choice for your PC

Romania-based Bitdefender is increasingly one of the top antivirus choices these days. It's also a company not content to sit on its laurels, as evidenced by Bitdefender Total Security 2018, its full

Popular 'Gboard' Keyboard App Has Had a Broken Spell Checker For Months

The popular Gboard keyboard app for iOS and Android devices has a fundamental flaw. According Reddit user SurroundedByMachines, the red underline has stopped appearing for incorrectly spelled words

In Virtual Reality, How Much Body Do You Need?

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: Will it soon be possible to simulate the feeling of a spirit not attached to any particular physical form using virtual or augmented
What the Microsoft Antitrust Case Taught Us

What the Microsoft Antitrust Case Taught Us

The Microsoft co-founder and chairman, Bill Gates, spoke out against an antitrust suit in 1998.

Fed Up With Apple's Policies, App Developers Form a 'Union' Ahead of WWDC

A group identifying itself as The Developers Union worries its members cannot earn a living by writing software built on Apple’s existing values.
Office collaboration tools are catnip for hackers

Office collaboration tools are catnip for hackers

Businesses love collaboration software: Programs like Slack, Asana, and Airtable have revolutionized the way we work. Unfortunately, according to digital security expert Greg Arnette, these popular
AI to Find the Perfect Stock Image for a Campaign, IBM and Shutterstock Make It a Reality

AI to Find the Perfect Stock Image for a Campaign, IBM and Shutterstock Make It a Reality

After companies such as Nvidia demonstrating how artificial intelligence could change the world of imagery, it’s time for Shutterstock and IBM to get in the game. No Photoshop witchcraft here, but a
The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

Economic cooperation has become competition, and companies are caught in the middle.
Learn a New Language with a Lifetime of uTalk's Training -- Now 70% Off

Learn a New Language with a Lifetime of uTalk's Training -- Now 70% Off

Whether you're looking to improve your resume or simply keep your brain sharp, there's a myriad of benefits associated with learning a new language. Of course, doing so is easier said than done, but
Trump's North Korea Gamble May Rely on Iran Monitors He Trashed

Trump's North Korea Gamble May Rely on Iran Monitors He Trashed

Donald Trump’s White House is undermining the international system for detecting illicit nuclear activity just as he may be about to need it.
Always Play the Beta of Games You Preorder

Always Play the Beta of Games You Preorder

You really shouldn’t preorder video games. Getting some shiny, exclusive item when the game arrives isn’t worth gambling $60 for an experience that’s buggy on launch day or not as fun as you thought