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Macworld May 2019

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google’s stadia service could shatter the barriers of mac gaming

Did Google just save Mac gaming? The Mountain View company never mentioned Apple during the reveal of its Stadia game streaming service at the Game Developers Conference, but Stadia sounds all but tailor-made for Mac users. A service that lets you stream games from a remote server straight to your browser! The ability to play the latest games without needing to invest in fancy eGPUs, graphics cards, and yes—even PCs! Even in 2019, so much of this still sounds like science fiction. I love my Mac, but necessity compels me to keep a massive PC running at home so I can play graphically intensive games like The Division 2 or Devil May Cry 5 when they release. As we all know, many of these games never come to the Mac at…

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hot stuff

PURO SOUND LABS PUROQUIET Puro Sound Labs develops high-quality headphones for kids that help protect their hearing. Puro Sound claims that the PuroQuiet limits the output level to no more than 85dB Sound Pressure Level (SPL), and our test results found that these headphones performed well below 85dB SPL much of the time. The active noise cancellation works very well at reducing the level of low-frequency ambient noise, and it also significantly improves the sound quality. —SCOTT WILKINSON AMAREY A800 The A800 is a bare-bones budget robot vacuum that delivers a cleaning performance on a par with some of its more expensive competitors. The A800 uses a single roller brush and two spin brushes for cleaning. It has powerful 1400Pa suction power, which pairs with a triple-filter system for ensuring everything—including notoriously stubborn…

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the new ipad air and ipad mini: what’s new and what isn’t

Surprise! Apple has announced updated models of the iPad Air and the iPad mini. Some of us gave up on seeing new versions of these models, but suddenly they’re available for purchase. We should have our hands on the new tablets soon, but we wanted to give you a quick rundown on what’s new and what remains the same for both iPads. iPAD AIR: WHAT’S NEW Let’s kick off with what’s new with the iPad Air, which we thought was effectively replaced with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro in 2017. In essence, this is the iPad Air 3, but much as with the iPad mini, Apple’s dropping the numerals. It’s now just the iPad Air. The price sees a welcome change, as Apple now sells it for a starting price of $499 instead of…

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apple needs to get into the folding game and save us from years of bad phones

Samsung just took the wraps off its latest Galaxy S10 phones. When I first heard that Samsung was making a folding phone, I was excited. The idea that a phone could turn into a tablet intrigued me, and I closely followed the development of Samsung’s display technology leading up to the launch of the Galaxy Fold. Then I saw the Fold, and, well, my excitement waned. After dreams of giant screens opening to gianter screens, the Galaxy Fold has some clear first-gen compromises. The outside display is only 4.6-inches, which is laughably small for a 2019 smartphone (sorry iPhone SE lovers). It opens to a 7.6-inch screen that has a giant notch on the right side for the cameras. And it looks like it’s thicker than two iPhones stacked on top…

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what apple can do to take apple pay to the next level

Oftentimes, new technologies can seem like solutions in search of problems. And while Apple isn’t above those kinds of moves, it also often finds itself ahead of the curve, pushing technologies with a lot of potential before the world at large is ready for them. Apple Pay has, since its introduction, tended toward the latter. It’s a system that offers real tangible advantages over the status quo; the ability to pay with your iPhone or your Apple Watch offers not only more convenience than paying with a physical card but also bestows much needed security on every transaction. It’s become more and more popular, but there are still lots of places where you can’t yet use it. Of course, much of Apple Pay’s adoption isn’t entirely under Apple’s control. Some retailers still…

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how ios’s wi-fi assist works and how it can affect your cellular bill

Added in iOS 9, Wi-Fi Assist recognizes when you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network, but have a poor or erratic signal. When this happens, Wi-Fi Assist kicks over automatically to cellular for foreground apps to keep data flowing. This feature is enabled by default. Wi-Fi Assist automatically excludes third-party audio and video streaming, and doesn’t relay data from apps working in the background. Nonetheless, some users wound up with surprising cellular bills when they thought they were on Wi-Fi networks—it turned out Wi-Fi Assist used cellular data because the Wi-Fi connections were marginal. (U.S. carriers have largely switched to a fixed or flexible monthly maximum after which your cellular data rate is throttled to a very slow speed, so surprise bills are less likely.) WHEN A WI-FI NETWORK FAILS But Apple also may…