How to Know if Your Facebook Data Was Leaked to Cambridge Analytica | iPhoneLife.com

April 11, 2018

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 6:39 pm

The numbers in the Cambridge Analytica Facebook scandal just keep climbing, from an original 55 million to a new estimate of nearly 87 million account holders who have had their data breached. This is because the quiz, “This Is Your Digital Life,” collected data not only from Facebook users who completed it, but from all their Facebook friends as well. Facebook has barred the personality quiz from the platform and sent a message to all account holders who took the quiz, but if you’d like to make sure your d

Source: How to Know if Your Facebook Data Was Leaked to Cambridge Analytica | iPhoneLife.com

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iMac Pro first look: Apple’s most powerful Mac is a multiprocessing beast

December 20, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 8:32 pm

The long-awaited iMac Pro is finally here. On Thursday, December 14, Apple’s new workstation-class Mac became available on the company’s website. The 8- and 10-core iMac Pro ships immediately, while the 14- and 18-core models ship in January.

https://www.macworld.com/article/3242173/macs/imac-pro-first-look.html

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Condolences to the Thayer family

September 20, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 6:42 pm

Long time member Sam Thayer recently passed. Our condolences go out to his daughter Vicky, and her mother Mabel.

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iPhone X event recap: Everything Apple announced at its first Apple Park event | Macworld

September 16, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 11:29 am

Yes, the iPhone X was Tuesday’s event headliner, but Apple had plenty of other news and announcements to share.

Source: iPhone X event recap: Everything Apple announced at its first Apple Park event | Macworld

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Apple Events – Keynote September 2017 – Apple

September 16, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 11:18 am

Apple Special Event. September 12, 2017.The first-ever event at the Steve Jobs Theater.

Source: Apple Events – Keynote September 2017 – Apple

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All of Apples big announcements from WWDC 2017!

June 5, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 7:36 pm

Check out the big announcements from WWDC 2017.
Apple made a lot of announcements today at WWDC 2017, including the latest versions of iOS, macOS, and watchOS. There were also new Macs and iPads for those looking for new hardware. Here are the top announcements from the keynote.

Source: All of Apples big announcements from WWDC 2017! | iMore

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Everything you need to know about Apple’s next Mac Pro | iMore

April 8, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 12:40 pm

Wow.  Apple recently broke with decades of tradition to spoil its upcoming product line to a select group of Apple-focused writers. And not just any product line: The company gave a sneak peek of its plans for the future of iMac — including a pro-focused high-end version — and, drumroll please: A new Mac Pro.

Source: Everything you need to know about Apple’s next Mac Pro | iMore

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Highlights from Apple’s Q1 2017 investors call | iMore

February 4, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 1:39 pm

What went down during Apple’s Q1 2017 earnings call? We’ve got your highlights right here.

Source: Highlights from Apple’s Q1 2017 investors call | iMore

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Meet Apple’s complete MacBook lineup | Macworld

November 16, 2016

Filed under: General,New Products — Steve Rea @ 9:17 pm

Apple unleashed three new MacBook Pros during Thursday’s October event. Here’s a closer look at each one, when you can get them, and how much they cost.

Source: Meet Apple’s complete MacBook lineup | Macworld

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macOS Sierra review: An update as big as the mountains | iMore

September 21, 2016

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 7:17 pm

A long time ago, on a platform far, far away, Mac OS was the branding Apple used for the software that ran on all of its computers. Then came the NeXT acquisition, and with it, OS X. Now, with version 10.12, Apple is once again going back to the Mac — specifically, to macOS.

Source: macOS Sierra review: An update as big as the mountains | iMore

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