Vijay

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From the Editor's Desk: In love with Google Photos

I've always known where my pictures are. For years now they've been sitting in a small box in my living room, on an aging Linux-based NAS box. (This …

How to use Gatekeeper on your Mac

What is Gatekeeper and should you use it?<p>Apple offers the Mac App Store as a safe and convenient way to download apps for your Mac (and to update …

Mac users: Beware of increased tech support scam pop-ups

Last month, we warned you about a rise in tech support scam pop-ups primarily affecting Windows where severe virus warnings often accompanied with …

Your Mac’s Firewall is Off By Default: Do You Need to Enable It?

Mac OS X ships with a built-in firewall, but it’s not enabled by default. The Windows firewall has been enabled by default ever since worms like …

How to use Stacks and document tags together in OS X

Earlier this week, I showed you how to set up and customize Stacks in OS X, a relatively straightforward process of dragging a folder to the right side of your Dock, and also how to create and deploy smart folders in OS X. Now, let's put these two ideas together and create a stack for your tagged …

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Your Guide to Your Lady Parts

Do you really know which parts go where…and do what? Check out this helpful map to your anatomy.<p>Women’s Health <i>and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) teamed up on an exclusive survey that revealed how much women know about their own anatomy. The answer, sadly: Not a</i> …

Have Sex, Even on Your Period

To keep things a tad neater, try these period-sex positions and tricks<p>According to a survey on MensHealth.com, it's women, not men, who close up shop during menstruation. More than three-quarters of the guys polled said they'd love to have period sex, although 54 percent would do it only with a …

iWork vs Microsoft Office vs Google Docs: Which iPad and iPhone office suite is best?

iPhone and iPad owners have an amazing problem — iOS is the only platform with <i>all</i> major office suites. The good news is: we get to choose between …

Continuity: The Ultimate Guide

The iPhone, iPad, and Mac are all different devices with different interfaces, but they can and <i>should</i> provide a seamless way for people to move …

Music eating your iPhone's cellular data plan? Here's how to fix it!

3. Limit your streaming<p>Like any other streaming music service, Apple Music uses a data connection in order to serve up Beats 1, its curated …

How to better protect your iPhone and iPad against hacks and other security and privacy risks

Security and convenience are perpetually at war. There will always be errors, compromises, and oversights that put our privacy at risk. Old ones will …

Siri: The ultimate guide

Siri is the name of Apple's personal digital assistant. It's basically voice control that talks back to you, that understands relationships and …

Tip of the Day: How to Get Touch ID to Work Every Time

Touch ID is so very convenient, allowing you to keep your phone secure while eliminating the need to enter your passcode every time you unlock your iPhone. And because you don't need to enter your passcode every time, you can use a longer, more secure passcode without any extra hassle, thus …

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11 Bizarre Factors That Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Um, whoa.<p>You go for runs, limit your donut consumption, and have never smoked a cigarette. So you're probably never going to get heart disease, right?<p>Er, not quite.<p>It's true that the biggest risk factors for heart disease certainly aren't shocking: They include obesity, a lack of exercise, smoking, …