Yesterday, the iMac Pro came out. Though an incredible machine and one I’d be proud to have on my desk (I wish) it’s been taking a lot of flak from the media, with two things that have mainly come out of it: The price and the not-customizability. Today, I will attempt to solve both problems … Continue reading Can You Save Money By Building The iMac Pro?
Today (December 14th, 2017) the most powerful iMac ever to grace the earth arrives in Apple Stores around the world (or maybe it's just America and some of Europe; Apple hasn't said). Here's why you should get excited, even if you never even dream of owning one. There's another class of Pro users who would … Continue reading The most powerful iMac ever is out now
If you've been using laptops for a while, you will probably have heard someone (or something) telling you off for leaving your laptop (or phone) charging while the battery is at 100%. Sam told of our Grandmother for doing that. But, I told Sam off for telling Nana (as we call her) off. Why? Because … Continue reading Why it’s OK to leave your laptop charging when the battery’s full
Does anyone here remember my previous article about Firefox 57? It was entitiled Firefox 57: Does It Deserve The Hype? and as I recall, I said yes, it does. Well, I am pleased to tell you that Firefox 57 is now here!!! And I should care because? Because it's much better. Mozilla have replaced their … Continue reading The Best Firefox Yet Has Arrived
Our stores are the best place to go discover and explore our new products Tim Cook Do you remember when we were in the US about a month ago? While we were there, I got to play with all of Apple's new toys at the local Apple Store! While that might not seem like a significant … Continue reading My visit to the Apple Store 10/6/2017
First off, welcome to a short little weekend article, to keep me busy today. I had a writer's block on my Christmas Present article, and since Sherlock Holmes says that the best rest is a change of work, and since I've wanted to do an article like this for AGES (but I always forget), I … Continue reading PLEEEEEEEEEEASE DO NOT MAKE HACKENTOSHES!
With the September event just one week ago, everyone's all hyped about the iPhone X. Not rumours, of course, but questions. How secure is Face ID? Is it turning into an Android phone? But I'm not here to talk about the X. I'm here to talk about WWDC. "WWDC?" You say, "You're three months too … Continue reading WWDC Software recap
Thanks to expensive Internet and the rotation of the earth, we at DoubleGeek will sadly not be watching the WWDC this afternoon (It's popping up at 4:00PM CAT). But we know that since almost all of our readers are tech enthusiasts, you guys will want to watch it (even if it means missing the Game … Continue reading How to catch the September Event on all platforms
Image Credit: Kasper Bertelsen Unless you have been living under a rock, have no WiFi or don't read anything on the internet, you will have heard the phrase: SCREENS RUIN YOUR SLEEP PATTERNS!!!! THE WORLD IS ENDING!!!!AAAAAAAA!!! I made that last bit up. So, while it is not the beginning of the Apocalypse, it is … Continue reading Understanding screen warming tech
Installing themes on Chrome is easy. You just find a theme on the Chrome Web Store and download it. But what if you have a theme that's NOT from the Chrome Web Store? Well, you can read this!!!!! Begin!! Before you do anything, you must extract the ZIP. Most modern operating systems have a ZIP … Continue reading How to install Chrome theme from a ZIP