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Eufy Security Indoor Cam 2K review: Advanced features, budget price

Mon, 2020-06-15 06:00
This home security camera offers AI detection, smart-home integrations, crystal-clear video, and multiple storage options for just $40.

Apple's transition to its own processors: What to expect

Sat, 2020-06-13 13:00

A new report claims that Apple will make a significant announcement at WWDC a couple weeks from now: a transition in Mac hardware away from Intel’s x86 processors and toward its own custom-designed ARM processors.

It is a move that makes a lot of sense, and one that has been rumored for some time. We’ve written about it several times here on Macworld.

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12 things I learned by switching from the $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra to the $399 iPhone SE

Sat, 2020-06-13 08:00
Switching from the most expensive Android phone to the cheapest iPhone made me realize a lot about the things I usually overlook.

Bizarre internet 'dot' glitch lets you watch ad-free YouTube vids and bypass paywalls

Fri, 2020-06-12 10:43

Anyone who uses the internet to read stories and watch videos more than they should knows about ad blockers. But they might not know this crazy trick: If you add an extra “dot” immediately after the “.com” but before the slash, you can avoid ads on YouTube and other videos and even bypass free article reading limits on many sites.

As first discovered by Redditor unicorn4sale, the trick has been proven to work on YouTube and several news sites that offer a limited number of free articles before throwing up a paywall. It does not work for sites that are completely subscription-supported, such as the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times, however. It also works on smartphones if you request the desktop version.

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How to open ancient Pages, Numbers, and Keynote documents in macOS

Fri, 2020-06-12 07:00

Apple has put the Mac versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote through some major revisions over the years. Early versions gave way to the “iWork ’09” suite in 2009, a major update and technically numbered version 4.

Then in 2013, Apple revamped them all again. While versions of the apps starting in 2013 (version 5) through the present (version 10) can open files created in the ’09 suite, version 5 and later can’t open pre-’09 releases, or versions 1 to 3.

Readers sometimes write in wondering how to extract documents they haven’t opened in years but never went through the ’09 update. Unfortunately, earlier versions of Pages are just obscure enough that they aren’t found in any of the major open-source and other software apps that can pick the lock on nearly every outdated format and all modern ones.

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Samsung Q90T 4K UHD TV review: Samsung tweaks an already great smart TV

Fri, 2020-06-12 06:00
Samsung's Q90T is a minor but welcome improvement over what was already one of the best 4K UHD LCD TVs on the market. The bigger news might be that Samsung has ditched the One Connect breakout box.

Yeelight Smart LED Bulb 1S (Color) review: A solid Wi-Fi smart bulb saddled with a glitchy app

Fri, 2020-06-12 06:00
The Yeelight Yeelight Smart LED Bulb 1S (Color) is bright enough and boasts some clever lighting features, but its quirky app gave us trouble.

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