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If you bought a Mac Pro using Apple's interest-free financing option, the wait times could spell trouble unless you pay close attention to your timing.
But the PINs were encrypted and therefore should be inaccessible to hackers, according to the retailer
Ever wanted to watch a movie but didn't want to bring the DVDs with you on a trip? If you convert your DVDs into movie files, you could easily store your collection and access them anytime on your computer. (Sponsored post.)
The company blames delivery companies for the delays
All devices have a finite life. And the more you abuse them, they quicker they die. These helpful tips will help you squeeze every last minute out of your precious devices.
Many issues are covered under standard warranty, but you might be surprised what isn't. Here's a look at the most common problems faced by common electronics, and whether or not your warranty has you covered.
How to diagnose the five most common symptoms of laptop failure, and what you can do to prevent catastrophe.
When damage to your iPhone isn't covered by your warranty, what's the best course of action? Here are the most common complaints and a run-down on how to handle them.
Roadside businesses offer free Wi-Fi for the same reasons they offer public restrooms. Here’s how to find it and how to use it.
Does your computer toolkit include a Dremel? It may seem extreme, but a Dremel tool can be handy in a dire situation.
As the industry moves toward 'metered' broadband plans, hard-core users will feel the hurt.
Over at TechCrunch, Matthew Panzarino notes that Apple is now requiring all customers to associate an Apple ID with a Genius Bar appointment. This may keep Chinese scalpers at bay, but it also gives the Genius helping you more information about your device history, including past appointments and service requests.
That shiny new tech toy might appear irresistible—until you realize its mark-up is obscene.
A message is reportedly making the rounds purporting to offer a $200 Apple Store gift card. Don't believe it.