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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.
Shopping is not on Marco Tabini's list of favorite activities—but Apple's technologies are turning what is often a chore into an almost pleasant experience.
If there's an item on Amazon that you'd dearly love, but you don't love its price, Chris Breen shows you ways to monitor Amazon for the best price.
Interested in cutting the cord on your television and exploring what the digital media landscape has to offer you? Make the move with our Digital Entertainment Superguide, hand-crafted for you by the TechHive editors for just $3.99.
What are the long-term effects of overheating on a Mac? Beyond warmer temperatures and additional noise from the fan working overtime to cool its operating environment, you can expect to see slower performance.
Have you found that your ISP-imposed data cap is running short by the end of the month? Chris Breen has a few tips for reducing data usage.
Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized to Chinese consumers over concerns about its warranty policies after government-run media attacked the company for its customer service.
While working in tech repair, Chris Barylick helped dozens and dozens of people. Here's his advice on the most common problems people had with their Macs.
We ventured deep into the jungle primeval of Apple's shareholder proxies to bring you a slice of company trivia -- from the absence of a knight to the shocking truth of just how cool it is being an Apple board member.
Cloud-connected printers are everywhere, but how hard is it to collect your paperwork? We went to a private school and Twitter's corporate office to find out.
Let your mobile device help you make money through online (or offline) reselling.