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Facebook has been in the news a lot lately for very negative reasons. Last month, whistleblower information revealed that the personally identifiable information of up to 87 million Facebook users had been used by Cambridge Analytica to influence voter opinion. Although it’s Cambridge Analytica who illicitly harvested the data, Facebook is being slammed for failing to protect its users’ information. If fears about the security of your private information have you rethinking your use of Facebook, here are some alternative social media platforms you may want to try.
iPhones are an expensive investment, but with judicious use of certain apps and a little effort they can also help you save money on things you buy regularly.
You’ve probably heard of Apple Pay, but have you set it up so you can use it to pay for purchases at checkout? If not, give it a try, since it’s one of those living-in-the future Apple technologies that feels like science fiction every time you use it.

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You Can Now Access Flash Drives on an iPhone or iPad—Here’s How

You Can Now Access Flash Drives on an iPhone or iPad—Here’s How

A welcome and useful new feature of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is support for external storage devices. But it’s not easy to find or figure out—and you likely need a special adapter for your existing USB devices. Details here:

New 16-inch MacBook Pro Sports a Redesigned Scissor-Switch Keyboard

New 16-inch MacBook Pro Sports a Redesigned Scissor-Switch Keyboard

Responding to customer complaints and media mocking, Apple has...

New Organization and Editing in Photos in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

In iOS 13, Apple overhauled Photos to provide more sensible organization and more powerful editing capabilities. Even better, all of its editing tools now work with videos too! Read on for details.