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Apple today launched new 4K and 5K iMacs alongside the Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2. The refreshed all-in-one desktop computers feature faster processors and graphics, two Thunderbolt 2 ports and more affordable Fusion Drive storage upgrade options. Following the announcement, several media outlets have published hands-on reviews and first impressions of the new iMacs, inclu
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submitted by rasta 2492 days ago (via macrumors.com)
Apple today announced that it has updated its iMac lineup, introducing new 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K Display and 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display models. The all-new desktop computers feature faster processors and graphics, two Thunderbolt 2 ports and up to 2TB of Fusion Drive storage for stock configurations. The 4K 21.5-inch iMac has a 3.1GHz Core i7 Broadwell processor and integrated In
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submitted by rasta 2392 days ago (via cultofmac.com.feedsportal.com)
Some intrepid makers have put their 3D printers to work making cool, retro-themed Apple Watch stands. Specifically, they’re creating ones shaped like Apple’s early, beloved desktop computers like the 128K. It makes sense, really. The Apple Watch shows the time in big green letters when it’s on its side in Nightstand Mode, and green was […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture
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Developer Nick Lee has managed to hack a working version of Windows 95 onto his Apple Watch. The utility of this is close to zero — but it is hilarious to watch. It highlights how smart wristwatches like Apple Watch are now as powerful as (if not more than) desktop computers from the turn of the century. Watch the full video of the ‘microsoftOS’ Apple Watch in action after the
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submitted by rasta 2211 days ago (via mactrast.com)
Screens 3 for Mac allows Mac users to remotely control all of their computers right from their Mac. Connect to a Mac, Windows or Linux PC computer from anywhere in the world.
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submitted by rasta 2135 days ago (via macrumors.com)
A few reports coming in over the past day describe occurances where Spotify's free streaming service on desktop computers is pushing malware-filled advertisements to users without their input. According to a user posting on Spotify Community, the malware causes ads to launch "and keep on launching" the computer's default browser to different sites lined with viruses (via The Next Web). Multiple m
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submitted by rasta 2088 days ago (via macrumors.com)
A developer has created a $5 device that can hack into screen-locked Macs and potentially other computers as long as a web browser is left running on the desktop. Samy Kamkar made a YouTube video showing what happens when his creation hacks into a target computer. Called a "Poison Tap", the device runs on a Raspberry Pi Zero which plugs into a computer's USB port. Once attached to the locked a
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submitted by rasta 2059 days ago (via mactrast.com)
A new report says that while Apple is preparing updates for its Mac computers, users shouldn't expect any radical improvements in the lineups of laptop and desktop models.
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submitted by rasta 1953 days ago (via macrumors.com)
Netflix has announced that users will today begin noticing its new thumbs-up and thumbs-down rating system as it appears across various apps and on desktop computers, following a reveal earlier in March that the streaming company was planning to ditch its 5-star rating system. In the previous system, users had to choose between 1 and 5 stars to determine how much they liked a show, and using that
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Writer: Vinnit Alex Desktop computers are among the widest selling gadget present available in the market lately. If you are like most people then what you will say is that you simply appreciated the sales individual. The worst sight one can witness can be anybody sporting poorly fitting garments that can make him/her seem like a mistake in all respects.


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