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How to Buy a TV for Gaming in 2020

Display technology has come a long way in a decade. If you want a TV for video games, including a next-gen console and PC titles, your needs are quite different from the average shopper.

Can My Mac Run macOS Big Sur?

macOS Big Sur is the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system. It will be available as a free upgrade to Mac owners on November 12, 2020. With this release, some Macs that run Catalina are being left behind and wo…

What Is 4K Resolution? An Overview of Ultra HD

If you’re buying a TV or upgrading to a next-generation console, you’ve probably seen terms like 4K and Ultra HD thrown around. Let’s cut through the jargon and get down to what these terms mean, and if they’re even interchan…

All the New iPhone Privacy Features in iOS 14

The iPhone is an excellent investment for anyone concerned about privacy. This is due to its robust permissions system and Apple’s disdain for App Store rule-breakers. With some new privacy features and big improvements to ex…

6 Mistakes People Make When Buying a TV

With next-generation consoles right around the corner, and ultra-high-definition HDR content in plentiful supply, 2020 is a great time to buy a new TV. Before you do, though, here are six mistakes to avoid….

How to Update All Your Mac Apps

App updates deliver new features, security fixes, and improve the stability of existing software. Unfortunately, not every Mac app is updated the same way. Some take care of themselves, while others need a nudge from you. Her…

How to Charge Your Smartphone While Camping

Most of us can’t leave home without our smartphone, even if we’re going camping in the wilderness. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can keep your device charged, even in the middle of nowhere, come wind, rain, or shi…

How to Fix a Frozen Mac

Suddenly, your Mac becomes unresponsive. You’ve got the spinning pinwheel of death, or worse, no cursor at all. Nothing you do brings your computer back to life. Here are a few things you can try.

How to Protect Your Mac From Ransomware

macOS has a relatively good reputation for security as a result of Apple’s tight grip, but no platform is safe from attack. Ransomware is just one example of this, and it’s a growing problem. Here’s how to keep your Mac safe….

Mac App Not Starting? Here’s How to Fix It

So, you’ve downloaded and installed a new Mac app, only for it to refuse to open. Now, you’ve got to work out whether it’s a problem with macOS, an incompatibility issue, or even a security threat. Let’s try to solve the prob…
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