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Best password managers of 2017: Reviews of the top products

23 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

We are terrible at passwords. We suck at creating them (the top two most popular remain “123456” and “password”), we share them way too freely, and we forget them all the time. Indeed, the very thing that can ensure our online security has become out biggest obstacle to it. Show More Summary

Cord cutting is easier and better than ever, but it’s not the right choice for every TV fan

42 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Cable and satellite TV can be expensive, but don’t feel guilty if you want to keep it.

What to do when a calendar isn’t syncing to your Mac

43 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

David Farren has a macOS calendar issue. He has two Macs, an iPhone, and an iPad mini, and after using a third-party calendar app for a year, he decided to switch back to Apple’s native Calendar apps in iOS and macOS. On one Mac andShow More Summary

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

44 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

This veteran password protector emphasizes security but at the expense of automation.

Sticky Password review: Strong features behind a bare-bones interface

45 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

It looks downright dated, but this manager's password protection rivals the best.

Keeper review: A strong focus on security

45 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

You won't find the emphasis on automation of competing password managers, but Keeper will give you peace of mind.

Dashlane review: This password manager makes you smarter about security

46 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

With its top-notch password auditing, Dashlane teaches you to better protect yourself online.

LastPass review: This virtual vault makes password protection effortless

47 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

LastPass remains the standard by which all other password managers are judged.

LG to be exclusive supplier of L-shaped 'iPhone 9' batteries, report says

Apple is months away from announcing an expected "iPhone 8" device, but rumors are already swirling about its successor, with one report claiming LG is to be the sole provider of batteries for the device.

Report claims LG will be exclusive battery supplier for next year’s ‘iPhone 9’

8 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Even though we are still well in the midst of iPhone 8 rumor season, a new report from The Korea Economic Daily flashes forward a year to the so-called ‘iPhone 9.’ The report claims that Apple has reached an agreement with LG Chemical for it to be the sole provider of the iPhone 9’s battery. more…

Watch: Everything you need to know about the new App Store in iOS 11

Apple completely revamped the App Store in iOS 11, adding a number of new features and under-the-hood enhancements, while at the same time streamlining the platform's user interface. AppleInsider goes over all the changes in this in-depth video.

Samsung expected to announce Galaxy Note 8 on Aug. 23

Samsung on Thursday sent out invitations to a media event set to take place on Aug. 23, where the company is expected to unveil its anticipated Galaxy Note 8 phablet.

Samsung, Google, & others formally back Apple in legal dispute with Qualcomm

10 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple today has received support from a handful of tech companies in its ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm. As reported by Reuters, the Computer & Communications Industry Association, which consists of tech companies such as Samsung, Intel, Google, Amazon, and more, today filed comments with the U.S. Show More Summary

Get a Powerful Mac Equalizer with Boom 2

Boom is a little unique as an application. It’s a software audio interface that sits on top of your existing audio stack, applying sonic adjustments as requested. By installing kernel extensions, it can insert itself between your audio source (iTunes, perhaps) and your audio output (your speakers) and make modifications to the sound. Show More Summary

Tech group backs Apple in Qualcomm's ITC complaint

A lobbying group representing big tech industry players like Google and Intel sided with Apple in a filing delivered to the U.S. International Trade Commission, saying Qualcomm's bid to ban iPhone imports would hurt consumers.

State Farm sues Apple over house fire allegedly caused by 'defective' iPhone

U.S. insurance giant State Farm on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging a "defective and unreasonably dangerous" iPhone 4S caused a house fire in Wisconsin in 2016.

Google's on-demand Play Music comes to Apple's CarPlay

Subscribers to Google Play Music can now access the on-demand service via Apple's CarPlay, which bridges iPhone apps with in-dash interfaces in compatible vehicles.

What’s coming to Apple Music and Beats 1 in July 2017

11 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

We’re halfway through July, but exclusive Apple Music and Beats 1 content continues to be announced. In June, we finally saw the release of Apple’s oft-discussed Planet of the Apps series. While many readers shared they won’t be watching it, it remains as Apple’s first steps into original content. Show More Summary

Alexa helps Android users shop in the Amazon app

iPhone users have been enjoying Amazon's Alexa digital assistant within the retailer's main shopping app for some time. Now, however, Android owners can finally ask Alexa about package shipping, to watch a show on Netflix, or even to pay their American Express bill from the Amazon shopping app on their Google-powered handsets. Source: TechCrunch

'Full Throttle Remastered,' 'Layton's Mystery Journey' arrive on iPhone, iPad

Two notable puzzle-oriented games have become available to download from the iOS App Store today, with 'Full Throttle Remastered' bringing a classic adventure game up to date, while 'Layton's Mystery Journey' lands on iPhone and iPad months before the Nintendo 3DS edition goes on sale.

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