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Email Inventor Ray Tomlinson Passes Away

It is a sad day for internet users. The man who has been credited with inventing email, Raymond Tomlinson, passed away of a suspected heart attack over the weekend. Back in 1971, Tomlinson invented email on ARPANET (an ancestor of the internet). As with most things, his

Need Help? @AppleSupport Is A Tweet Away…

Earlier this week, Apple launched a dedicated Twitter account, @AppleSupport, to post tips and tricks for their devices, as well as respond to the inquiries of users on the social network. We’re always looking for new ways to help you get the most from 

Apple Vs FBI – Should They Unlock The Phone?

Over the past few weeks, a giant story has overtaken the internet, pitting one of our favorite tech giants against the government. If you haven’t heard, one of the shooters from the San Bernardino shooting had an iPhone that is locked and the FBI has

How To Use Apple SuperDrive With Windows Computers

If you’re looking for an external optical drive to use on a Windows PC and happen to have an Apple SuperDrive handy, installing a Boot Camp driver on the Windows PC will give you that functionality. Here’s how you can make your SuperDrive work with

Raspberry Pi 3 Released: Fastest $35 Computer You Can Buy

Four years ago, the original Raspberry Pi, a mini, budget-friendly computer launched, boasting decent specs for its $35 price tag. Since then, other models and revisions have launched, and the latest is launching now. To celebrate four years since its original launch, Raspberry Pi is

iPad Air 3 To Be Rebranded As iPad Pro?

Last fall, when Apple introduced the iPad mini 4, many people became curious as to why the larger iPad wasn’t updated to the iPad Air 3. The latest rumors are pointing the possibility that the iPad Air 3 name may never see the light of

5 Days With the Microsoft Surface Book

Late last week, my Microsoft Surface Book was delivered. I’ve been testing it and enjoying the experience of having and using a Windows 10 machine ever since. My Surface Book features an Intel Core i5, 128 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM, as well as the dedicated

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