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Confessions of a digital packrat

It’s easy to hold onto each and every piece of digital information that passes through your life. But should you?


Piping those dreams: Android wins it all

It's only a matter of time.

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Look to the iPad for Apple Watch comparisons

The Apple Watch is unlikely to follow an iPhone-like sales trajectory—it looks like we have another iPad on our hands instead.

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How the Watch could fuel Apple's next growth spurt

While Apple saw a dip in sales this quarter, one product in particular saw an upward trend.

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Apple stops tocking: It wants to escape an unsustainable pace

In "tick" cycles, Apple releases a new look for a product; in alternating "tocks," dramatic improvements in internals. It's time for it to stop watching the clock.


Simple answers: They’re for simple people

Who would you replace Tim Cook with?


Start making sense: In your Apple criticism

Criticism is fine, but ranting isn't helpful.

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Imagining a totally wireless MacBook or iPhone

Someday one port will seem like one port too many.


A bad quarter for Apple: Is a great one for anyone else

Falling sales are never good, but it's not all doom and gloom.


Five years later, my sturdy iPad 2 keeps plugging along

Newer iPads might be faster or have higher resolution, but Apple's 2nd-generation tablet keeps getting the job done.

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The iPhone SE: A surprise hit?

After Apple's latest quarterly earnings call, we got a hint that Apple has a surprising hit product on its hands.


Over-the-top: Making your Apple Watch diatribe stand out

Higher. Higher. Maximum hyperbole.

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12 reasons I still wear my Apple Watch every day

After 12 months and 1 day, my Apple Watch is still a constant companion, keeping me on time, on track, and more aware of the world around me.

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The Mac App Store needs to support software demos and upgrades

The Mac App Store has become the sole provider for much of the software people use on their Macs. And it needs to do more.