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Yohann MacBook stand review

For the last few months, the Yohann MacBook stand has earned itself a permanent spot on my desk, and I have to say that I absolutely love it. Not only is it a beautiful-looking stand but it has also been incredibly helpful in maintaining my posture and avoiding neck pain, as it keeps my MacBook […]

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Computing Computing Accessories

Belkin’s Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD is a one-cable docking solution

If the announcement of a new MacBook Pro with just USB-C ports has you raging inside, Belkin has announced a new dock to help avoid countless adapters. As with its previous Thunderbolt dock, the Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD uses a single USB-C cable to plug into your MacBook, MacBook Pro (or other USB-C devices) […]

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Computing Laptops

Apple announces a MacBook Pro option to replace MacBook Air

After announcing the 13 and 15 inch MacBook Pros, Apple has also announced a MacBook Air replacement. This 13″ MacBook Pro features just 2 Thunderbolt ports instead of 4 on the new models, and keeps the function key row unlike the newer model with TouchBar too. It’ll be 12% thinner than the MacBook air at […]

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Computing Laptops

Apple announces MacBook Pros with TouchBar & TouchID

On this week, the 25 year anniversary of Apple’s first notebook, Apple has announced a redesign MacBook Pro. Available in Silver and Space Grey and in 13 or 15 inch sizes, with the former sizing up 17% thinner at 14.9mm compared to the 18mm of the older model. The 15 inch model used to size up […]

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Apps & Software Mac OS X Networking

How To Access The WiFi Scanner In macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra has a built-in WiFi Scanner, making it easy for you to find the best WiFi channel to use for your network. If you’ve recently download macOS Sierra and want to figure out how to improve your WiFi, you have access to a free WiFi Scanner that can provide some useful information. The good news is, […]

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The new BatteryBox Slim is a super portable battery for your laptop

The original BatteryBox I reviewed was a brilliant accessory/tool to own as a MacBook owner. Instead of carrying around Apple’s messy power cord, BatteryBox gave me portable power wherever I was without the need to connect to a power outlet. Now the company behind BatteryBox, GBatteries, has launched BatteryBox Slim: an external battery that’s thinner […]

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Apple

Christmas Deals: PayPal Offers 0% Finance On Apple Store Purchases

Ready to treat yourself this Christmas? PayPal has teamed up with Apple to offer us 0% finance on all purchases over the value of £99. Considering the premium (and sometimes even overpriced) price tags on Apple’s tech, this sort of deal is awesome for spreading costs across the year. The caveat is that this offer […]

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Apps & Software Mac OS X

Irvue For Mac: Free Gorgeous Wallpapers For Your Mac Every Day

Although I like Apple’s default selection of wallpapers for Mac, I find myself growing bored of them rather quickly. That’s why I was really glad to come across an app called Irvue by developer Igor Savelev. Instead of wasting time browsing through ‘HD Wallpaper’ websites, Irvue pulls photos from Unsplash.com — a website with a […]

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Computing

BatteryBox Review: A Portable Battery For Your MacBook

BatteryBox is a portable battery for your MacBook. With it, you won’t need to search around for wall sockets anymore; just connect it and start working.

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Apps & Software Mac OS X

Want To Improve Your MacBook’s Battery Life? Stop Using This Web Browser

I rely heavily on my web browser to help me get serious work done, so it needs to perform well, offer plenty of functionality (extensions & plugins) and most importantly: it can’t negatively affect battery life. As the guys at BatteryBox found out, the browser you use could have a detrimental effect on your MacBook’s battery life, […]