From: Ars Technica » Infinite Loop
Mini-review: Apple?s new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2
Accessories are great additions to the new iMacs, but pricey standalone upgrades.
Same design, new insides, better screen: 21.5-inch 4K Retina iMac reviewed
From: MacNN | The Macintosh News Network
Fusion Drives desperately need to be standard, but otherwise this is a nice Mac.
Daily Deals: $65 Brother printer, 50-inch HDTV, Disney Infinity 3.0
Welcome to today's installment of Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN scours online retailers for discounts, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new sales joining the still-alive deals include a Brother laser printer and extra toner for $65, a 50-inch Sceptre HDTV for $350, and the Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Star Wars: Rise Against The Empire play set for $25....
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Report: El Capitan
Apple Mail bugs, FileMaker compatibility, auto-correct problems, startup issues, fonts, Citrix Safari issues, printing, startup difficulties and more
ad blockers and malvertising, Verizon's zombie cookie tracking, hacking attacks on mail servers from Google Cloud systems
How To Maximize Your Battery Life in OS X El Capitan
If your laptop is running out of juice more often than you?re finding yourself near a power source, you?ve got yourself a problem. While there are no new features in Apple?s new desktop operating system designed specifically to improve battery life, there are some tried and trusted methods you can use.
Meanwhile in the Future: One Agency Controls All Border Crossings
Every time you go from one country to the next, you cross a border. And that usually means dealing with some kind of border agency that enforces each country?s idiosyncratic rules and regulations. But what if the whole process were standardized and run by a single organization?
Time Capsule Found at 1950s Mental Hospital, Contains Film With Message For the Future
Construction crews in Indiana were shocked to discover a time capsule from 1958 at a former mental hospital. The most exciting part? It contains a film with a message to the future?a message about electroshock therapy and psychiatric drugs.
From: National Geographic News
An Isolated Tribe Is Emerging From Peru?s Amazonian Wilderness
After years of sporadic, sometimes deadly interactions with people along the Alto Madre de Dios River, a Mashco-Piro clan has suddenly stepped up contact.
This Power Plant Set Out to Prove Coal Can Be Clean. Did It Work?
Canada's Boundary Dam is getting promising results on carbon capture, but success is hardly a guarantee for similar projects.
This Week?s Night Sky: Ghostly Lights, Celestial Triangles
From: BBC News - Science & Environment
For your viewing pleasure, an optical illusion 550 years in the making.
Wolf hunters deployed to French Alps
A team of wolf-hunters is operating in a region of the French Alps to kill wolves that are seen as a threat to livestock.
Poorest farmers 'need helping hand'
Society must offer the world's poorest farmers a helping hand in order to break the cycle of poverty, a key United Nations report concludes.
Brain map makes stable 'fingerprint'
Neuroscientists say they can distinguish between individuals using a map of how different brain regions "pair up" in brain activity scans.