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Some swear by Apple's extended warranty plan, AppleCare. Others just swear when talking about it. So it is worth the money or not?
What to do with your old tech gear when it no longer works? Recycle it. We show you how and where to be responsible with outdated stuff.
What to look for when purchasing an LCD for your Mac.
No one likes waiting in a long checkout line. Here are a few tips and tricks for making your holiday visit to the Apple Store a little more pleasant.
Looking to stock your travel bag or streamline your cluttered desk? Dan Frakes uncovers a slew of standout cables, chargers, and accessories.
Ever wondered what the inside of a can of worms looks like? Chris Breen reveals its icky splendor when addressing full-screen applications and multiple monitors in Lion.
Still have some holiday shopping to do? Don’t delay -- online ordering deadlines are quickly approaching if you want your gifts delivered before 2012.
Seeing HDCP errors when you attempt to play iTunes HD content? An explanation of the way HDCP works and what you might do to fix the problem with complaint devices.
You have an old iMac that has a perfectly good display. Wouldn't it be great if you could use it as a second monitor with your new MacBook Air. You can, but you may be underwhelmed by the results.
If you're an amateur photographer, if you like to watch videos on your Mac, or even if you're a gamer, you should consider calibrating your display. You can use OS X's built-in calibration tools, or an external calibration gadget.
Snow Leopard removed some options for font smoothing, and some third-party monitors may suffer degraded font rendering as a result. This hint explains how to possibly restore the font smoothing on those monitors via a Terminal command
HDTVs are evolving fast. From new smooth-motion technology to 'green' energy-conserving capabilities, we’ll tell you the features you’ve got to have on your next set.
Keep these shopping tips in mind when you're browsing the store aisles for a HDTV.