OS X El Capitan Review: Apple Brings Welcome Snow To Yosemite

OS X El Capitan Mac users fondly remember OS X Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion. These two releases were the epitome of Apple’s best work on OS X. Two rock solid iterations that were all about refinements, performance updates and stability. While OS X El Capitan isn’t a true ‘Snow’ release, this year’s OS X follows the same tradition in many ways — and it’s a great thing. Read More
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Google Brings HTTPS Support To Blogspot

blogspot-https Over the last few years, Google brought support for encrypted HTTPS connections to almost all of its products, including search, Gmail and Google Drive. It’s now even using HTTPS support as a ranking signal in its search results. Starting today, the company is also bringing HTTPS support to its Blogspot blogging platform. Read More
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With The Success Of Wishbone App, Venture Studio Science Makes A Big Mobile Push

tc_article_image_02 With the runaway success of its mobile app Wishbone, the Los Angeles-based venture studio, Science Inc. is making a hard push into mobile content to build what it believes will be the next big media company. Wishbone is the first mobile app to come from what is now Science Inc.’s fourth big, in-house business unit. The investment group and conglomerate, which made a name for itself… Read More
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Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 12: Hands On With Comcast’s YouTube Wannabe, Watchable)

cord-cutter1 As an increasing number of cable and satellite TV subscribers are cutting the cord – or never signing up for television in the first place – the traditional pay TV industry is scrambling to figure out how to compete in this new age of over-the-top services, on-demand streaming, and viewing that takes place on a variety of platforms beyond the living room’s big screen.… Read More
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