Other World Computing, Inc www.owcdigital.com £TBA, $249, TBA € Compatibility: Macs with Thunderbolt ports, OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later
When we first saw the Envoy Pro SX Thunderbolt Bus-Powered Portable SSD from Other World Computing, we thought, ‘great – someone’s brought out a miniature version of the PlayStation 2. What games are on it?’ The device’s actual purpose is a little more prosaic but no less impressive.
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iOS 15 Home Screen - How to Organise it
The Home screen is at the heart of your iPhone. It’s through the Home screen you open apps, organise them into folders, edit and use Home screen widgets and more. The previous release of the iOS operating system brought some great new features such as the App Library and using Widgets on the Home screen. Follow this guide to master your iPhone’s Home screen.
Monterey's Menus - A Key Mac Feature
Whether it’s a pull-down menu accessed by clicking on the top bar of your desktop or a contextual menu found by right-clicking or ctrl-clicking on a file or folder, you need to know how to use your menus if you are to get the most out of your Mac and Monterey. Here’s a guide to your Mac’s menus.
Notification Centre -Information Feature
The Notification Centre in iOS 15 has had a great visual redesign. Now, when you get notifications from people, such as incoming messages, their photo is displayed next to the notification. Notifications from apps have bigger icons showing which app sent them, and non-urgent notifications can be collated and delivered when you’re not as busy. Read on to find out how to organise and use your notifications.
Reloading…The Apple Newton
It was arguably the first PDA, and it pioneered (badly), handwriting recognition. But what was the Apple Newton, and why is such a flaky device so fondly remembered? Let’s take a look at this mid-Nineties misfire.
Once again, the 13-series iPhones feature 5G connectivity. This is the fifth generation of the broadband cellular networks standard, and it’s very fast. All four iPhones in the iPhone 13 series feature 5G, and it’s compatible with 3G and 4G for areas that don’t yet have a 5G infrastructure.
Reloading…Comic Book Heroes
Superheroes have been a staple of entertainment for decades, since Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman (the caped crusader hadn’t added ‘The’ to his monicker quite yet!) took the army of masked avengers from the printed page to the big screen. From lunchboxes to action figures and clothing to tie-in video games, superheroes are a genre to themselves. Mimicking the movies that inspired them, while many are treasured by fans the majority of tie-in games ride the wave of hype and are then forgotten. In the case of the games covered here, they’re deleted from the App Store as well as our memories, so we thought we would go back and look at these lost games to see if they can get our Spidey senses tingling.
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