Category: tech

Apple introduces new MacBook Air, Mac Mini at Brooklyn Media Show

Apple held a press conference in Brooklyn Tuesday morning to introduce new products. We dive into the announcements (updating) MacBook Air: The new MacBook Air will come with an upgraded Retina display. Apple said every part of the product has been redesigned and re-engineered. The new 13.3-inch display is nearly edge to edge with four

Apples addresses charging problems affecting iPhones

On Monday, Apple released an update for its latest iOS 12 software and iOS 12.0.1 addresses a bug that had been affecting users of the new software. Some users were plagued by charging issues and the new software addresses that. To get the update, go to Settings/Software/Software Update. The update also fixes a problem with

How good is the iPhone XS Max? Glad you asked

The new iPhones, or at least two of three new iPhones, went on sale Friday: the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.   On the outside, the XS is a lot like it’s $1,000 predecessor, the iPhone X: a 5.8 inch phone with a pretty screen and a pretty awesome camera. Only, using a technology

Samsung 4K player delivers the goods to high-def TVs

After spending a few months with a Samsung 4K disc player I have come to the conclusion that blu-ray is no longer enough. There, I said it. Yes, folks, watching 4K movies is a much more immersive experience than watching my favorite films on Blu-ray. No there isn’t a lot of content, but what’s out

The NFL on Twitter? Coming this fall

The NFL is coming to Twitter this fall. Twitter has beaten out Verizon and Amazon for $10 million global rights to stream 10 NFL Thursday night games to fans around the world. Twitter will be able to show games on its app on platforms like Xbox game consoles and the NFl said it’s working on

Like Trump, Bernie Sanders thinks Apple should make iPhones in US

In a recent  interview with the New York Daily News, U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he wishes Apple would make its products in the United States. He also said Apple is not paying its fair share of taxes here. “No, Apple is not destroying the fabric of America,” Sanders is quoted as saying.