As you get more experience with Terminal (or if you’re joining the macOS world from Linux), you might soon find that some important Terminal commands that users reference in online forums are missing. Where’s wget, for example, or nmap? If you need those commands, you can easily add them to the macOS Terminal with a package manager. A package […]
Archives for April 2017
Security is a sensitive topic that has people nervous when being discussed. Whether physical or data, both subjects catch attention because these make headlines every day. Incidentally, technology has its advantages in helping us make security an easier topic to digest as well as act on. Let’s look at some clever physical security gadgets with […]
I spend entirely too much time on Reddit. It’s the first thing I check in the morning and the last night I check at night. And, frustratingly, most of the Reddit apps for iOS are just badly designed. Here’s our take on the top Reddit apps for iOS. Narwhal A good Reddit client should make […]
Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps you can download. Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they will go back to their regular price anytime.)
It’s undeniable that mobile phones are becoming increasingly integral in our lives. They are almost extensions of many of us, and let’s face it, a lot of us would struggle without our electronic friends there to help us communicate, check social media, news, travel arrangement and so on.
Plex for macOS is a free open-source video-streaming application that shares your digital media library over home and remote networks. It’s an easy way to watch downloaded videos or stream music between devices, creating your own streaming media library. And with a little setup, you can access your Plex library from the road and share it with […]