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April 8

Parallels Toolbox 4.5 adds support for Apple Silicon, a customizable dashboard, and a new user interface

Most people know Parallels as a virtualization software that makes it easier to run Windows on your Mac, but the company has an incredibly useful macOS utility called Parallels Toolbox that most people probably don’t know about. Today, Parallels Toolbox 4.5 has added support for Apple Silicon, a new dashboard for your most-used tools, and a brand-new user interface.

April 12

Bloomberg: Apple developing connected TV box with integrated HomePod speaker and FaceTime camera

In a new report, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple is working on a new smart home product: a major evolution of an Apple TV set-top box that integrates a smart speaker and camera hardware. Somewhat similar in concept to the Roku Streambar, the single device would upgrade a user’s living room with a comprehensive multimedia […]

April 5

Tips and tricks to free up disk space and hidden storage on your Mac

As our devices become increasingly more capable and powerful, our Macs often fill up faster than we expect. Follow along for five tips and tricks to free up Mac storage and hidden space.

April 7

How many podcast shows are there? It depends what you count…

If you ask Apple how many podcast shows there are out there, the official answer is “more than 2 million.” You’d find the same answer at Podcast Index, which actually puts it at closer to 2.5M shows. But a media company specializing in audio content says these numbers are misleading. The reason? The total includes […]

April 11

Comment: An Apple version of the Roku Streambar would make an ideal high-end Apple TV

Much has been said about the demise of the HomePod, and also the state of the Apple TV hardware box. I owned every Apple TV that’s been produced, and while I agree that it’s overpriced at the current levels, I still believe it’s the best way to stream content on the market. Yes, Roku and […]

April 8

WSJ: P&G among companies testing China-backed way to skirt App Tracking Transparency rules

As Apple prepares to roll out its new App Tracking Transparency feature in iOS 14.5, companies around the world are scrambling to find ways to skirt the guidelines. A report from from the Wall Street Journal today offers new details on the companies involved with developing and testing an advertising technology in China to gather […]

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