Apple just released new versions of all its operating systems—iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS—fixing bugs, plugging security holes, and, best of all, adding a few new features. Here are four things you can do once you’ve updated. (If you’re concerned that installing the updates may cause other problems, check with us first, but it’s best […]
Nothing wrong with copy and paste, but if your site uses WordPress, use the free CyberSyn plug-in to load TCN content into your blog quickly.
Apple often adjusts its iPad and iPhone lineup in March, and this year’s changes make the selection more attractive and affordable, while adding a new way to support the (RED) international charity. Let’s take a closer look at what Apple has done and what it means for you.
Quick quiz: Should you use your custom TCN RSS feed to link to TCN content, or should you use it to load content into your blog? Read on to learn the answer.
In future posts, I’ll be talking about the different ways you can reach out to clients and customers, but first I want to focus on what should be the foundation of any content marketing strategy: your blog. It’s not sexy, I know, and it’s harder to think of and write a blog post (that’s what […]
We understand. That MacBook Pro you bought a few years back doesn’t seem like it should need replacing, but performance has started to lag, and you don’t have the money for a shiny new Touch Bar model. Adding RAM up to 8 GB can help, but the best bang for your buck in terms of […]
On the Mac, when you’re done with an app you quit it. Many people think the same is true on the iPhone, where you can double-press the Home button to access the App Switcher and then swipe up on an app to quit it. But just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should. […]
If you have lots of apps on your iPhone or iPad, rearranging their icons on your home screens by dragging from screen to screen can be tedious. Try this tip to simplify moving icons around. As always, tap and hold on any icon on a home screen until they all start wiggling. Then, navigate to […]
You’re on a trip, accompanied by your trusty iPhone and MacBook Air. Suddenly there’s an emergency at work, and you need to get online with your Mac. You can pick up a cell signal with the iPhone, but there’s no Wi-Fi to be found—what to do? Never fear, since you can use your iPhone’s cellular […]
Do Web sites that auto-play ads or videos drive you mad? Especially when you reopen Safari and several of them in remembered tabs start playing simultaneously? Since OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Safari can put an end to that cacophony on your Mac. Whenever audio is playing in a tab, an audio icon appears next to […]