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Reading Time: 3 minutes watchOS 6 has some mighty fine improvements and one weird change.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The goal is to track spending and work towards financial goals in a slick looking app — if you’re okay giving a company your bank passwords.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A small software development company made a difficult decision, abandoning work done by its own staff to embrace a centralized standard. It did the right thing.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Stockpiling multiple tools just to get access to Twitter (and other blocked websites)
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Every trip to Mainland China seems to uncover new ways of government control. The latest forces travelers to submit their passports to get a personalized password to use free WiFi at the airport.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Numerics integrates with dozens of services to present custom data on iOS devices — including the Apple TV.
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If you type away on a computer all day with a tablet or phone nearby, you might fall in love with this app. If you type away on a computer all day with a tablet or phone nearby, you might fall in love with this app.
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A Japanese designer is injecting some flair into wallpaper designs.
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RSS readers have quietly become powerful tools while no-one was watching.
Hi! My name is Cam MacMurchy. I was born and raised in Canada and worked as a journalist before moving to China in 2004.
Today I work in Hong Kong as the Vice President of Corporate Communications of a listed company. I write about marketing, communications, and journalism, as well as technology and productivity, and anything else on my mind! I also occasionally contribute to 9to5Mac, one of the top Apple websites in the world, and run Executive Productivity. Contact me anytime.
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