/ How To – Apple Mac

I receive email from readers constantly trying to fly their operating system ship out of the gravity well of the iOS or OS X public beta program in which they enrolled. OS X can be easier to escape, as you can roll back to an earlier version by installing it (in most cases) in place …

For the first few years of Android’s existence, the stock browser was a WebKit-based affair that was only updated when the OS was. Now, Chrome ships on nearly all Android phones and tablets, and it’s updated at near light speed via the Play Store. It’s gotten a lot better over the years, but many of …

Don’t feel bad if you almost never swipe down on your iPhone or iPad’s display to open the two-pane Notification Center in iOS 9. Sure, it’s useful for glancing at the weather or checking your upcoming calendar events, but you might have little need for the depressing stock ticker, not to mention the random clumps …

/ Apple Mac News

Most of the other games on this list offer a consistent flow of action and excitement, but Sacramento (free) isn’t that kind of game. Instead, it’s an experience—a world full of surreal sights and pleasing music, but no objectives, puzzles, or missions in sight. In that way, it recalls the alluring Proteus, but Sacramento has …

/ Tech News

Philips Comparing the potential benefits of one fitness device to another can be difficult when the market is so saturated, and companies work hard to stand out from the competition. For Philips, that means medical devices instead of fitness devices. The new suite of health devices that Philips launched today, including the Philips Health Watch, …

/ Apple Mac News

Forget about fashion aesthetics and the squishy parameters of “fitness goals.” Today Philips enters the U.S. connected health market with five new gadgets, and while the devices aren’t particularly innovative—or even pretty—they do have one feature that less trend-conscious consumers may care about: recognition from the FDA. The suite include a health watch ($250), a …