No matter how old we get, we will always have the opportunity to learn something new, whether it’s to transfer to a different field or pick up a new hobby. However, many feel that the only way to learn something new is by going back to school. Luckily, a service like Stone River eLearning lets
Vivaldi has a reputation for being an extremely configurable browser, and it’s even more flexible with release 2.4 and its icon and tab rearranging. from Macworld https://ift.tt/2FIdlrR https://ift.tt/1lhrOHv
If you’ve been procrastinating on your taxes, we understand. Part of the challenge is deciding which tax preparer to trust with this annual chore. To help, we pitted two of the best web-based tax-filing applications against each other: TurboTax and H&R Block. When we reviewed the 2019 versions of popular tax software, these two options
I’ve seen numerous celebrities in the audience at Apple events over the years, but Monday’s event at the Steve Jobs Theater was different. Captain America himself, Chris Evans, was in the audience. (I just missed him, but I think I spotted Tim Robbins talking to Apple’s Eddy Cue.) On stage were plenty of famous entertainment-industry
The third-generation SmartThings Hub is equipped with the latest in ZigBee and Z-Wave technology, and it no longer requires an ethernet cable to join your home network. from Macworld https://ift.tt/2UX6scs https://ift.tt/1lhrOHv
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we have a long chat about Apple’s March 25 “It’s show time” event. For our feature discussion, we pick apart all the services announced during the event: Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and the Apple Card. In our two-minute tip, we’ll show you how to add
Hot on the heels of the iOS 12.2 release, Apple has updated its handy Shortcuts app to version 2.2. The update adds several new actions, the most prominent of which is the ability for Shortcuts to work with the Notes app. There are now actions for Create Note, Append to Note, Find Notes, and Show Note.