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Oxygen OS 2.1.3 Update Hits The OnePlus X

For those of you who happen to be rocking out to the OnePlus X smartphone from the folks over at OnePlus, here is news for you – it seems that there is a new software update that is well on its way to the mobile device, and guess what...Show More Summary

Facebook stops syncing contacts on Android phones, BlackBerry 10 still best for communications

For efficient and reliable communications, nothing beats a BlackBerry 10 OS device. Android and iOS Facebook contact syncing has issues.

Roberto Martinez and Everton players star in hammy half season ticket advert (Video)

It’s that time of the year again. The time when Everton players wear fashionably awful Christmas jumpers and ham it up in a festive advertisement campaign aiming to shift half season tickets. See Ross Barkley, Tim Howard and Leon Osman...Show More Summary

Reeder 3 now available for iOS with iPad Pro optimization, 3D Touch & Split View support, more

Popular RSS client Reeder has today released the third major iteration of its app on iOS. The availability of Reeder 3 for iOS follows the release of Reeder 3 for OS X back in September alongside the launch of El Capitan. Reeder 3 introduces a handful of new features and capabilities, including support for new services, […]

Why "Secure Empty Trash" Is Gone in El Capitan (and What To Do Instead)

If you’ve been using OS X El Capitan for a while, you might have noticed that the old option to “Secure Empty Trash” is gone from the trash can’s right-click menu. There’s a pretty good reason why, but it’s still possible to do it you don’t mind digging into the command line. Read more...

You’re Doing It Wrong: Stuffing

In Nov. 2011, L.V. Anderson launched Brow Beat’s recipe column, You’re Doing It Wrong, with an explanation of why Thanksgiving stuffing ought to be made with cornbread. Her essay and recipe are reprinted below. For a holiday that ostensibly...Show More Summary

AMD launches Radeon Software Crimson as your PC’s graphics OS

Advanced Micro Devices has launched its new graphics software, Radeon Software Crimson Edition, to serve as a “graphics operating system” for your PC. Targeted at gamers, the new driver software will enable computers to run games at optimal settings. The move is the latest effort by AMD to cater to the tastes of players of PC […]

Samsung To Unveil High-End Tizen OS Smartphone In 2016

The South Korean technology company is gearing up to release a new high-end smartphone in the market, this time powered by its home-grown mobile operating system, Tizen. This is according to a report in Gadgets 360. The rumored high-end...Show More Summary

Xiaomi’s first all-metal Redmi Note 3 phone and Mi Pad 2 start at just $140

Xiaomi has launched its first all-metal devices in Beijing today: the Redmi Note 3 phone and the Mi Pad 2 tablet. The 5.5-inch phone runs on Xiaomi’s Android-based MIUI 7 OS and features a 1080p display, a fingerprint sensor on the back and a massive 4,000mAh battery. Show More Summary

Early Indicators Positive for Corporate Use of Windows 10

Microsoft understands that the success or failure of the new OS will, to a great extent, rest on how it does in the enterprise. gets its own desktop app for OS X

Blogging platform WordPress has announced a its first desktop app for OS X, which will allow you to manage blogs built using The release of the Mac app goes right along with the completely rebuilt Just as...Show More Summary

How to enable native call recording on the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL

One feature that many users have been asking for on Windows Phone is the ability to record phone calls. While there are legal issues varying from state to state the real reason has always been a technical one. Both the OS and hardware...Show More Summary

Add an IP Address and OS Version Display to the OS X Login Page

The login screen on a Mac is purposefully devoid of information, but if you’d like to add just a little more info, MacIssues shows you how to with Terminal command. Read more...

Gartner: Windows 10 will become the ‘most widely installed version of Windows ever’

Microsoft launched Windows 10 a little while ago, and the OS had a brilliant start, to say the least. The OS is currently running on more than 110 million devices, according to Microsoft. Now, Gartner predicts that Windows 10 will become the most widely installed version of Windows ever. The report states: Windows 10 is […]

Gartner predicts Windows 10 will become the 'most widely installed version of Windows ever'

The launch of Windows 10 is expected to be the biggest ever in terms of installation of the OS, according to a new report from the research firm Gartner....

Microsoft improves Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11

With Windows 10, Microsoft introduced a new browser for the OS: Microsoft Edge. While a lot of users like Edge, some users are still using Internet Explorer – especially enterprise users. Microsoft today announced that the company wants its Enterprise customers to continue using their web apps which are built for older versions of IE. […]

Windows 10 Mobile's Touch menu settings now have the new user interface

Windows 10 Mobile users will see a new update for the OS that has a small but interesting change. The Touch menu settings for the OS have now been revamped so that they look like the new user interface for the OS, rather than the old UI used in Windows Phone 8.1...

Headline THIS!

We had a most excellent Friday Headline THIS to wrap up last week, so let’s kick off the holiday week with one more! This photo comes to us c/o Kimberly O. “I’d like to share this photo that my husband took today of our two dogs, Oscar and Macie, in their Super Pups costumes. We […]

Can you really replace Mac OS X’s Finder?

When I decided to take a look at Commander One, I did so with the expectation that I was going to be looking at something that was equal to or better than apps I was already familiar with and/or used on a regular basis—such as XtraFinder, Path Finder, Transmit, etc.. Show More Summary

How to make your Mac look like Fallout 4

If you’re like me, you’re playing Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4 a lot lately. And that probably means you’ve stumbled across a lot of retro CRT monitors that have quasi-Unix systems running on them. OS X? It’s also a quasi-Unix system. Show More Summary

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