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Netflix for Apple TV Makes Watching Series’ …

by Scott Lindemann July 25th, 2014
Latest News This news might be a few days old, but I figured it was at least worth sharing for those unaware.

The Netflix app on Apple TV had a silent update recently, which enables a quick method for skipping to the next episode in a series. Previously, users had to exit out of the previous episode's information screen to select the next episode. This made the viewing experience for episodic releases a bit of a pain to say the least.

With the new method, at the end of an episode where the credits tend to roll,
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OS X 10.10 Yosemite Public Beta to Hit Today

by Scott Lindemann July 24th, 2014
Latest News
Back at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference this year, the company not only announced that OS X 10.10 Yosemite would be released this fall, but that a public beta would be available well beforehand for both developers and users alike to give the new desktop operating system a good run before its release. This beta period is intended to
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OS X 10.10 Yosemite Beta 4 Released to Developers

by Scott Lindemann July 23rd, 2014
Latest News
Just two weeks after the previous beta of Apple's flagship desktop operating system was released, the fourth beta is ready for testing and evaluation by developers, as well as select members of Apple's staff.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite beta 4 brings numerous bug fixes and improvements, but also comes with several interesting changes.

  • Calculator app has been redesigned

  • Dark mode options in General System Preferences has been
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The NSA Spooks and All Their Spying

by Scott Lindemann July 21st, 2014
Cyber Culture
Those concerned with their privacy while perusing the world wide web fall into a few categories. For the most part, there are those who care just enough to practice safe browsing habits, and there are those who are so unbelievably paranoid that they don't even allow cookies to be Read More

Keeping Your Mac’s File System In Order, Part 3

by Scott Lindemann July 22nd, 2014
How To
Welcome to the third and final installment of our guide on keeping your Mac's file system in order. In Part 1 we discussed basic ways in which one can maintain the file system, and basic risks associated with not doing so. In Part 2, we talked about both a command and a utility for performing an manual check of the file system. In
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