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Archive for December, 2015

Apple tops list as best tech stock for 2016

“Apple led a list of information technology and software companies as Drexel Hamilton’s top pick for 2016,” Brian Deagon reports for Investor’s Business Daily. “Drexel analyst Brian White also listed Hortonworks (HDP), RedHat (RHT), and Tableau (DATA) as among his …


How to switch from Windows to Mac as smoothly as possible

“Are you planning to make the switch from a Windows PC to Mac over the holidays?” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “Not sure what you need to do?”

“I suggest making yourself familiar with OS X and whatever Mac you …


The best Mac games for 2015

“If you look back at this year, one thing will surprise you: The quantity of great Mac games released,” Ric Molina writes for Mac Gamer HQ. “In this article alone, I can list 20 great Macintosh games for you. You …


Apple’s iOS 9.2 delivers handy new features

Yesterday, Apple “released iOS 9.2, the second major iOS 9 update — which has several major improvements and bug fixes,” Amit Chowdhry writes for Forbes.

“The iOS 9.2 update arrives about six weeks after iOS 9.1 was released,” Chowdhry writes. …


Apple releases OS X El Capitan 10.11.2

Apple today released OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 which improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.

This update:

• Improves Wi-Fi reliability
• Improves the reliability of Handoff and AirDrop
• Fixes an issue that may cause Bluetooth …


Apple releases iOS 9.2

Apple today released iOS 9.2 which contains improvements and bug fixes including:

• Apple Music improvements
◦ You can now create a new playlist when adding a song to a playlist
◦ Your most recently changed playlist is now listed …


Research and Determine Need – Shop Smart

Can’t decide on the right Tech gadget for that family member or special someone? Well, don’t race out and grab any holiday tech shopping deal.

A great price doesn’t mean it’s the right product. Be wary of the sales tactics …


OS X: How to disentangle your Mac from the ‘Xfinitywifi’ network

“Lately I’ve been running into a lot of trouble with folks who’ve joined a Comcast ‘xfinitywifi’ network,” Melissa Holt reports for The Mac Observer.

“These nationwide Wi-Fi hotspots are provided by Comcast through the use of its customers’ modems, which …