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All Covered: Everyday Apps for Mac Users

March 18th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

Whether you’re new to Mac or just trying to figure out which apps are helpful to use on a daily basis, you can turn to our Must-Have App Kit. We’ve conducted thorough research and picked up only the good stuff for ya. We won’t talk about default and pre-installed applications like Photos or iTunes. Nor…

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Parents: Beware of the Momo Challenge for your Kids

February 28th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

The Momo challenge is potentially life-threatening and you should make sure your kids steer clear of it. Scary, frightening… a lot of goose bumps appear when thinking about how terrifying its effects could be. The image itself of Momo is really disturbing. It’s of a bug-eyed girl with matted hair and wraithlike limbs. a Japanese…

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Should I Buy the Samsung Galaxy Fold?

February 22nd, 2019 by Joe Silverman

For $2K, there’s got a be a really strong draw to this phone. Is the tablet transformer device worth the investment? I’ll be honest. I saw Samsung’s video release and screamed like a kid in a candy store, “I want one!” Two major features draw me to the Fold: The 7.3-inch it transforms into. You’ll…

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Refurbished Products: Myths Debunked

February 11th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

When consumers think of refurbished products, they often associate it with inferior goods. While it’s true that you can save a good deal of money buying refurbished brands, you can land a great deal that could possibly be even better than new. You’ll just need to shop wisely to get maximum value for your money.…

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iMac Company / Office Visit Service

February 8th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

We now come onsite to companies, enterprises, and home offices to upgrade / service iMacs. Schedule a visit now!

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Do I Need a VPN to Block Hackers?

January 22nd, 2019 by Joe Silverman

First of all, let’s talk about what a VPN is. A VPN creates a virtual encrypted network between you and a remote server. What happens is that your internet traffic is re-routed through this virtual tunnel. You are now issued a new IP address of the VPN server. What does this mean? A possible hacker…

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When to DIY computer fix and when not to.

January 7th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

Not sure if you’re up to the task for your own DIY computer fix? Here’s when to do it on your own. And then there’s the list when you should leave it to the real techs. We’ve had tons of DIY’ers come to us, heads down, all embarrassed with their failed DIY attempts, asking for…