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Bypass and reset the password on any Mac in no time

David Smothers March 5, 2015

You may start to freak out if you ever forget the password to log into your iMac or MacBook, but it’s really not that big of a deal. All Macs include a built-in password reset tool that is incredibly easy to use. To get started, you will need to restart your computer. Press the Command… Continue Reading »

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A Fully Loaded Mac Pro Could Cost You $24,000

David Smothers October 28, 2013

The cheapest Mac Pro you can buy, Apple informed us last week, will cost you $3,000. That’s a pretty penny, sure, but not outrageous for a workstation these days. What if, though, you spec it out as far as you can go? That’s when we hit new car territory. While there’s no official pricing yet… Continue Reading »

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD Price Slashed By $20 For Mother’s Day

David Smothers May 6, 2013

Amazon is the manufacturer of one of the most sold mid-range Android tablet. Some people even say that the entire 7-inch tablet race was given a huge boost by the Kindle Fire, which has done very well for itself in the market. Recognizing that Mother’s Day 2013 is just around the corner, Amazon is running… Continue Reading »

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WSJ: Google Has Developed a Touchscreen Device Which Uses Chrome OS

David Smothers February 21, 2013

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google has developed a touchscreen laptop which runs its Chrome operating system—and suggests they’ll go on sale later this year. The Journal’s sources, however, are short on extra detail: there’s no word on which hardware manufacturers are working on the devices, nor exactly when it will go on sale. And… Continue Reading »

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Scientists Claim They’ve Built a Computer That Never Crashes

David Smothers February 15, 2013

A crashing computer is at best annoying and at worst catastrophic. But now a team of scientists has developed a new type of computer that never crashes—and it relies on chaos and randomness to achieve the feat. New Scientist reports that the new “systemic” computer, designed and built at University College London, is fundamentally different to… Continue Reading »

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Even The Department Of Homeland Security Wants You To Disable Your Java

David Smothers January 12, 2013

We’ve been concerned about the security of Java for a while now. There was that vulnerability that affected like a billion computers, and Apple went so far as to remove Java plugins from all OSX browsers. Now even the Department of Homeland Security is in on the act with a special message: “Yo, shut off that… Continue Reading »

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