Whilst we can improve our technology to enhance our abilities, our anatomical and physiological limitations also determine what we can and cannot do.
In planning my migration from an old MacBook to a new Mac, am I right to suppose that Ethernet is the best way to connect the systems?
The arrival of consumer VR is being delayed not because the headset can’t be done, but because current computers can’t deliver good enough graphics.
My employer bought new iMacs with extended wired keyboards. Last night one keyboard stopped working after a 15 minute power outage, and cannot be revived.
Current 3D movies are a throwback to the old cinema of spectacle, first mastered by the Lumière brothers and travelling showmen.
It appears that, for the moment, you should only wear an Apple Watch on the more popular outer/upper surface of your wrist.
I like OS X’s dictation facility, but cannot get it to offer me replacement text for words or phrases which it underlines with blue dots. What do I need to tweak?
Far from encouraging invention and technological progress, patents are increasingly the combat theatre of specialist intellectual property lawyers, the stock-in-trade of corporations that neither invent nor innovate.
Macs are increasingly reliant on background services, and increasingly vulnerable to their problems. Mastering the services on your Mac will help make it faster and more stable.
Where does iPhoto keep Themes, how can I work around missing Themes, and how does Photos deal with Themes?