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Layton’s Mystery Journey, Clips, and other awesome apps of the week

A brilliant, sumptuously animated point-and-click mystery game is just one of the great App Store picks we’ve highlighted for this week’s “Awesome Apps” roundup. We’ve also selected two major updates to big...

1Password review: Capable password manager is missing some key features

AgileBits 1Password was originally designed for the Mac way back in 2006. But today it also offers apps for Windows, Android, and iOS as well as extensions for all major browsers....

‘Web cleansing’: China’s Xinjiang residents forced to install surveillance apps on their mobile phones

By Oiwan Lam Residents of Xinjiang, an ethnic minority region of western China, are being forced to install spyware on their mobile phones. On July 10, mobile phone users in the Tianshan District...

Best Buy is currently selling the HDHomeRun Connect for $70

If you’ve been thinking about going the cord-cutter route, consider this a sign. Best Buy is selling the SiliconDust HDHomeRun Connect for $70 right now. This external TV tuner features two...

Today in Apple history: Apple unseats Nokia as top smartphone vendor

July 21, 2011: Apple officially passes Nokia to become the world’s top smartphone vendor. It’s a major milestone for Apple, which launched its first...

The future of the Finder

This is the last installment of this column, and as such, I wanted to cover one of the most important features on the Mac: the Finder. This file manager, browser, and...

Transmit 5 review: File transfer utility expands support for cloud services

File-transfer programs seem like a vestige of the internet that once was. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is one of the oldest of the internet’s standards, and it’s still in broad use....

Hoping for a small Mac mini revival

A funny thing happened to the Mac mini last week. The single Mac model that’s the most long in the tooth surpassed 1,000 days without an update. But this shouldn’t be...

Apple issues security updates for all devices

Apple released new security updates to keep malicious hackers out. Photo: Cult of MacApple issued a laundry list of updates on most of its operating systems to resolve what...

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

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...

Seeing AI, Infltr, and other awesome apps of the week

If you want to see how far artificial intelligence has advanced in the past few years, this week saw the release of an impressive AI image recognition app that can describe...

Xbox One Update and Leaks – What’s New?

Although the world is currently in awe over the impressive promises made by Microsoft’s Xbox One X (formerly known as Project Scorpio), the Xbox One console is still an important device...

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

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...

Play DVDs in Windows 10 for free

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Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition hadokens its way into the App Store

Enjoy Street Fighter games? If you’re even the slightest fan of the fighting game genre, then the answer is that of course you do! With that in mind, you’ll want to check...

How to monitor, measure, and manage your broadband consumption

Update, July 11, 2017:  We’ve added some additional tips and tricks for monitoring the performance your ISP is delivering throughout this article. Forget that bass; in the digital world, it’s all...

Dell delivers world’s first laptop with wireless charging

Take that, MacBook! Photo: DellApple is yet to deliver its first smartphone with wireless charging, but Dell is already bringing the feature to notebooks. Its new Latitude 7285 is the...

HDHomeRun and Emby DVR review: Power to the cord cutter

Emby could be the cord-cutter’s ideal over-the-air DVR, assuming you’re a cord cutter with a desktop computer to spare and a dose of tech savvy to go with it. By installing Emby’s...

Google Chrome’s Disable Developer Mode Extensions

There are plenty of internet browsers nowadays; however one of the most popular ones is for sure Chrome, offered by Google. Whenever a user wants to install non Chrome Web Store...

Sticky AI, Battlezone 98, and other awesome apps of the week

Want to impress the kids by sending them animated stickers of yourself against a funky background, courtesy of the latest AI image recognition breakthroughs? That’s just one of the picks we’ve highlighted...