I am Rich was a 2008 app that cost $999.99 and had just one function: displaying the mantra: "I am rich. I deserv it. I am good, healthy & successful." Yes, deserve was spelled wrong. Before Apple removed it from the App Store the day after its release, eight people had bought it, and two angry reviews stated that the purchase had been a mistake.
Printers compatible with Apple's AirPrint will print files from macOS and iOS devices without having to install printer-specific drivers. I have an old WiFi printer that doesn't work with AirPrint, which is too bad because I often want to print something from my iPhone. John Graham-Cumming published a how-to for configuring a cheap Raspberry Pi… READ THE REST
Apple's own processors are a resounding success for the company, offering strong performance and outstanding battery life, and most software companies moved quickly to release new versions of their apps compatible with the ARM chips. One big-leaguer, though, has not: Dropbox says it hasn't even considered it and has no plans to do so. The… READ THE REST
Apple's new MacBook Pro loses features users disliked and restores some they loved—the SD card slot and physical F-keys!— and adds the company's powerful and efficient in-house processors. One new feature, though, was not so well-received: the display now has a notch at the top, like Apple's smartphones. Apple claims that the notch isn't lost… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Collectively, we spend 6 billion hours per month watching Netflix. True, the streaming giant has some hits, but there's somewhere else to turn when you're in the mood for a stellar… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With people feeling stranded inside their own homes during much of last year, one of the easiest ways to take things off their minds was by picking up a new hobby.… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Anybody who's owned a phone charger, or any other charger with a small cord for headphones or a similar device, knows how quickly they can wear down. Not only that, but… READ THE REST