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  • Sonos One smart speaker review: Sonos and Alexa, a match made in heaven

    Sonos has multi-room audio down to a science, but it desperately needed a speaker capable of voice recognition if it was to fend off the veritable flood of smart speakers coming to market. The Sonos One is that speaker.

    It sounds better than the last entry-level Sonos speaker, it’s compatible with Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant, and it will be compatible with Google Assistant soon. It’s a great speaker for the price, and it’s a must-have component for music lovers living in modern smart homes.

    If you already have Sonos speakers in other rooms, you can control all of them with voice commands with the addition of a single Sonos One to your network. Once you have that, you can control any Sonos speaker from any Amazon Echo.

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  • Basketball without cable: A cord-cutter's guide to the NBA

    Cord cutters can get their fill of big nationally televised games, but local broadcasts are still left on the bench.
  • 35% off SanDisk 256GB iXpand Base for iPhone charging and backup - Deal Alert

    Here's something you probably didn't know existed. With SanDisk's iXpand iPhone base, you'll never have to worry about losing your memories again. Every time you charge your iPhone with the iXpand Base, it automatically backs up your photos, videos and contacts. The iXpand Base offers plenty of room to save your files in their original quality with no worry about recurring monthly fees for Internet-based storage. Designed for everyday use with a soft rubber top, a sturdy base, and a wrap-around groove to keep your Apple Lightning to USB cable tidy. Its typical list price has been discounted, for now, to $129.99. See this deal on Amazon.

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  • BrandPost: APT28: A complex Mac virus that may signal the shape of tomorrow’s malware

    Macs are the go-to device for professionals and high-level officials the world over. Beautifully designed, extremely optimized for performance, and tagged with a price that reflects a premium product, Macs are more than a tool – they are a statement. In keeping with this reputation, you would not expect malware designed for Macs to be the run-of-the-mill, easy-to-block creations we see on other platforms. Advanced Mac threats cost a fortune to develop— but when they hit the designated target, it’s jackpot for the cyber-criminals.

    Malware has been around since the early days of computers and, regardless of operating systems, has always managed to creep in. However, the Internet and digitalization have brought forward not just the proliferation of threats, but also a staggering increase in complexity. Today, malware is a tool for industrial espionage, cyberwarfare, and even state-sponsored cyberattacks.

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  • How to markup and send a photo in iOS Messages

    You know you can send pictures within the Messages app in iOS 11, but there’s a couple of levels of depth to it—including Markup features—that I wager many Messages users have rarely found.

    1. In a conversation, tap the Camera icon.
    2. A tiny live preview appears with a shutter button, as well as images from your library at right.
    3. Tap Camera.
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    1. Now you have a full-screen camera option, just as if you were using the Camera app. Take your picture.
    2. You will now see a screen you might never have noticed before: at the top it has Cancel and Done links; at the bottom, Markup, Retake, and Edit. Tap Markup.
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    1. iOS presents you with some simple tools for selecting color, magnifying an area of the image, or adding text.
    2. When you’re finished, tap Save, then tap Done.

    Now you can send that photo. The one missing element? You can’t save the image with your markup! You have to send it first, after which point, you can use the Share option for saving or sending elsewhere.

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  • Unproven assertions: The thinnest of proofs

    It’s been said that you shouldn’t ever read the comments on web articles. So, you certainly shouldn’t try to use them as proof of Apple’s doom.

    Writing for The Boy Genius Report, Zach Epstein goes to the closest tainted well to gather a bucket of Apple problems.

    “Uh oh: It looks like the iPhone X’s sky-high price is actually scaring away Apple fans.” (Tip o’ the antlers to 5cat.)

    When Apple first unveiled the iPhone X during last month’s big press conference, fans around the world immediately fell in love.

    Epstein buys his overblown superlatives at Super Sam’s Scratch-n-Dent Superlative Shack. Find it in quality outlet malls near you.

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  • Waterfield Designs iPhone Camera Bag review: Tough, pricey protection for iPhone photography gear

    As smartphone cameras have become more powerful, it’s gotten a whole lot easier for a serious iPhone photographer to justify spending hundreds of dollars on accessory lenses, tripods, and gimbals designed to drag the best images and video possible out of their handsets. These extras don’t come cheap and their diminutive size makes them easy to lose. Stashing them in your backpack or camera bag makes them difficult to find or organize and eliminates the size savings that rolling through a photo shoot with nothing but a smartphone imparts. What’s needed is a bag designed specifically for smartphone photography. With their iPhone Camera Bag ($99 to $129 MSRP), Waterfield Designs has attempted to give us exactly that.

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  • iMac: Possible iMac Pro benchmark results in Geekbench’s database

    The iMac is a direct descendant of the very first Mac, and it’s often the computer that longtime users think about when they think about the Macintosh. The iMac’s all-in-one design is popular and iconic.

    The iMac is great for both novices and demanding users. It can handle general-purpose and heavy-duty tasks equally well. It’s ideal for someone who needs to buy a complete computer setup (keyboard, mouse or trackpad, and display) and wants to maximize workspace efficiency.

    Editor’s note: We’ve updated the iMac Pro section of this article with possible benchmark scores of the 8- and 10-core iMac Pros.

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  • Amazon's selling the 256GB SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick for $100 today

    At $65 off and with wireless streaming capability built in, SanDisk's Connect Wireless Stick is a handy little device to have around.
  • 25% off SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I card with Adapter - Deal Alert

  • Best home security camera: Keep an eye on the home front

    A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you.