Monthly Archives: March 2017

Cloud services compared, or why I’m all-in on Apple but not on iCloud – 9 to 5 Mac

Cloud services compared, or why I’m all-in on Apple but not on iCloud  9 to 5 MacI’ve been an Apple guy since forever. I bought the very first Macintosh back in 1984. My current mobile technology line-up is a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch … Continue reading

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New WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacks iPhones and MacBooks – The Verge

New WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacks iPhones and MacBooks  The VergeFor years, the CIA has been developing tools for hacking into Apple products — and thanks to WikiLeaks, those tools are now public. Today, the group published … Continue reading

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Newly leaked documents show low-level CIA Mac and iPhone hacks – Computerworld

Newly leaked documents show low-level CIA Mac and iPhone hacks  ComputerworldThe CIA has had tools to infect Apple Mac computers by connecting malicious Thunderbolt Ethernet adapters to them since 2012, according to new documents … Continue reading

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iCloud: Turning Off Desktop and Documents Syncing – The Mac Observer

iCloud: Turning Off Desktop and Documents Syncing  The Mac ObserverWant to turn off iCloud’s Desktop and Documents syncing feature? Here’s how to turn it off and get your files back where they belong. Continue reading

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How to Turn on Desktop and Documents Syncing in macOS Sierra – TekRevue

How to Turn on Desktop and Documents Syncing in macOS Sierra  TekRevuemacOS Sierra now lets you sync your desktop and documents folders to iCloud, so that you can access them from anywhere. Here’s how it works. Continue reading

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With WikiLeaks Claims of C.I.A. Hacking, How Vulnerable Is Your Smartphone? – The New York Times

Continued here: With WikiLeaks Claims of C.I.A. Hacking, How Vulnerable Is Your Smartphone? – The New York Times

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How to export a Google Doc from your iPhone – TechRepublic

How to export a Google Doc from your iPhone  TechRepublicGoogle Docs users have many options for exporting documents to share as PDFs or through Airdrop. Here’s how. Continue reading

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Editing Documents on Both a PC and a Mac – The New York Times

Editing Documents on Both a PC and a Mac  The New York TimesYou may not get all the program’s features, but you do not need the full version of Microsoft Word to open, edit and save Word files on a Mac. Continue reading

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