Joe Kissell gets one final book in before the holiday season. In the new, second edition of Take Control of Apple Mail, Jim not only updates information for Apple Mail on the Mac under Yosemite, but for iOS 8 as well.
Our final Gift Guide MacJury convened to wrap up ideas for the holiday season, with an eye toward last-minute shopping and difficult-to-buy-for people on your list. Peter Cohen and Jim Tanous join host Chuck Joiner for the festivities.
Michael E. Cohen is back to talk about the 1.0 release version of Take Control of Pages. Is it a word processor? Page layout program? Michael talks about both of these capabilities, what it excels at, and more!
The MacJury’s fourth holiday gift guide has a bit of a twist: the panel (except for the host, of course) are from Europe. Does that affect their picks, or are geeks the same the world over? Featuring Bartt Busschots, GazMaz, and Don McAllister.
The MacJury convened for our third Holiday Gift Guide show to deliver even more strange, off-beat and wonderful gifts that you might want to give or get. Batteries, iOS accessories, training, and perhaps the strangest gift ever suggested.
Philip Goward of Smile explains the features of PDFpen 2, the newest update to their PDF editing software for iPhone and iPad, including a new iOS 8-enabled user interface, iCloud Drive support, new palm/wrist protection, new encryption capabilities…
Ted Landau has had a run of tech bad luck recently, and shares some of his issues and solutions, talks about the level of sophistication our software has achieved covers some Apple Pay experiences & the surprising success of his robot-building adventure.
The MacJury’s second holiday gift guide panel did their best to one-up their predecessors. Another great set of unusual and sometimes off-beat gift ideas from the panel of Melissa Holt, Joe Kissell, Steve Sande and host Chuck Joiner.
Ted Landau has had a mixed set of experiences with OS X Yosemite. Some of the problems might be Apple’s fault, some might be his fault. He explains what happened, then comments on the Apple Pay experience and why merchants are turning it off.