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Macphun Noiseless Pro Review

If you’ve tried your hand at digital photography, you know that cameras have made huge strides in improving their light sensitivity over the last 10 years. ISO settings, the measurement by which your camera can see in low light, have improved to the point where some cameras can practically see in the dark. However, every camera is subject to the same phenomenon when utilizing increased ISO – digital noise.

OS X 10.11 El Capitan

What’s New in Mac OS X 10.11 – El Capitan

With the reveal of OS X 10.11 at WWDC, Apple has once again taken a feature “time out” with OS X. Instead focusing on the enhancements and performance of the OS, much like they did with Snow Leopard back in 2009. OS X 10.11 “El Capitan” takes what the prior release offered, and tweaks it, enhances it, and generally improves it, but…


Curved Labs Mac Concept is beautiful, minimalist

Apple has long been a fan of the ‘all in one’. The original Macintosh. The iMac.

Curved Labs has thrown together a conceptual rendering of what a machine, similar to the original Macintosh in size, could look like today using 2015 technology and current Apple styling.

And it’s beautiful.

iOS 8.01 glitches

Apple Customer Satisfaction addendum

“iOS 8 uses an unexpectedly large percentage of the storage capacity on 8 GB and 16 GB iPhones, iPads and iPods,” the lawsuit alleges. Apple, it says, “fails to disclose to consumers that as much as 23.1% of the advertised storage capacity of the Devices will be consumed by iOS 8 and unavailable for consumers when consumers purchase Devices that have iOS 8 installed.”

Apple's Many Glitches from 2014

Apple loses Customer Satisfaction Lead to Samsung

ACSI (American Customer Satisfaction Index) released their findings for smartphone companies and their customer satisfaction ratings for 2014, and the results were a little surprising to some. For the first time, Samsung is beating Apple in this metric – 81 (Samsung, a 6.6 improvement) to 79 (Apple, a -2.2 decline). The odd thing about this … Read more…

T-Mobile Data Stash

T-Mobile Uncarrier 8.0 event unleashes ‘Data Stash’

T-Mobile is continuing it’s aggressive push against the competition. It’s latest weapon is called ‘Data Stash’. It’s essentially the ability to roll over your unused data from one month to the next. Many of you will remember that AT&T (and Cingular beforehand) did something similar with your allowed voice minutes. From T-Mobile: Enough is enough. … Read more…

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Mac OS X: How To Generate SSH Keys

If you use the Terminal for any amount of work, sooner or later you will probably come across the need to use SSH. SSH is a transfer protocol used to send data securely over the internet. It stands for Secure Shell. SSH has the ability to use keys, which will allow one computer to access … Read more…