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How to download the personal data that Apple collects from you

Apple’s privacy website also now lets you get a copy of the data that Apple collects about you. Here’s how to get yours now.

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Adobe’s iPad software announcements, audience hot takes, and your comments and questions

Adobe announced that Photoshop CC is coming to the iPad. Podcast listeners send us their hot takes and we respond. We also take your comments and questions.

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Snag a certified refurbished 2018 iPad for cheap in Amazon's big one-day sale

Amazon's certified refurbished products look and feel like new and come with a warranty.

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Why Photoshop on iOS is a huge win for the iPad Pro

It's a huge shot in the arm for the iPad Pro and another sign of where Apple’s platforms are going in the future

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Lotus by Seam review: Stylish personal safety gadget misses mark for millennials

Lotus by Seam is a small Bluetooth-connected wearable that makes it easy to record and share GPS location and streaming audio with your trusted guardians, as well as make hands-free calls or act as a voice-activated personal assistant.

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How to use Handoff with iOS 12

Handoff lets you pass activities between iOS and macOS, but iOS 12 makes it easier.

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Basketball without cable: A cord-cutter's guide to the NBA

Cord cutters can get their fill of big nationally televised games, but local broadcasts are still left on the bench.

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Save $200 on the 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro today

B&H is selling Apple's latest heavy-duty laptop for a big discount.

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Amazon has slashed prices on Fitbit bands for the whole family to all-time lows

Amazon is selling the Fitbit Ace, Alta, and Ionic at all-time low prices today.

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Inside the Living Computer Museum founded by Paul Allen: Where PC history stays alive

“Other museums put a glass in front of their computers. We put a chair.” We tour the Living Computer Museum founded by Microsoft's Paul Allen.

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Portable data for dirt cheap! This 16GB flash drive is just $4 today

Thumb drives aren't exciting, but they are essential, and today you can grab a 16GB drive for less than $5.

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When not to use Apple’s Mail Drop file transfer service

If you have a large file you need to share with several people, go a different route.

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Reolink Argus Pro review: A completely wireless indoor/outdoor security camera for modest budgets

The slightly scaled-down version of the original Argus can be paired with a solar panel for continuous charging.

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Apption Labs Meater review: This smart thermometer changed the way I grill

The Meater smart thermometer takes the guess work out of cooking meat and helps time cooks perfectly.

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