Here’s how you can fix OS X 10.10 Yosemite slow Wi-Fi issue by disabling AWDL via Terminal. Complete details can be found right here.

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Here are the best Black Friday 2014 Apple deals on iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Pro.

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Black Friday is now just a couple of days away, and with so many retailers preparing to reel in consumers ahead of Thanksgiving weekend, the deals will continue to roll through. MacMall has just joined the party with some sensational offers on products ranging from Macs to iPhones and everything in between, and if it’s an Apple product that you’re after this Thanksgiving, then the details of these confirmed savings will certainly interest you.

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Here’s a super easy way on how you can enable hidden OS X Yosemite settings to customize Dock, Safari, Finder and more.

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Want to transfer any audio music or video file like MKV to iPhone or iPad without iTunes? WALTR lets you do just that. It lets you transfer any video and audio file format to your iPhone or iPad without having to use iTunes, or any file format converter, oh and there is no jailbreak required either.

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The consumer facing Web version of iCloud has just gained support for uploading images to the iCloud Photo Library, a feature which was previously limited to the beta site.

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Apple has just seeded the first beta of OS X 10.10.2 to developers. As you can probably tell by the version number, it’s a fairly innocuous bump inclusive of bug fixes and other such performance enhancements, but if you’re a registered dev, check the details after the break.

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Apple has today replaced all the ‘FREE’ download buttons with the word ‘GET’ across both the App Store and Mac App Store. The change appears to be worldwide, so you should be seeing it right now no matter which store you happen to frequent.

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If you happen to be an OS X user, and happen to love Google’s Chrome Web browser, then the latest Chrome 39 release will definitely be of interest to you.

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Final version of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 download is now available for Mac users. Here’s the complete changelog and where you can download it from.

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Thanksgiving is almost here, but while many will be indulging in copious amounts of food and drinks next week, tech fans will be looking to score some deals on what is known as Black Friday. Sure, it’s not just retailers of consumer electronics that come through with some delicious offers, but with the follow-up of Cyber Monday, next week is sure to bring massive savings on everything from iPhone apps to PlayStations. Whether you’ve decided to treat yourself or wish to get your holiday gifts in early, there are plenty of offers to go around, and below, we’ll point you in the right direction.

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The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is an exceptional hybrid PC with very powerful specs – something that can be easily compared to some of the latest ultrabooks out these days, and the Xbox maker badly wants to make this clear to everyone out there. In its latest bid, Microsoft has compared its potent spec’d device to Apple’s MacBook Air, but with a Christmas theme this time around as the holiday shopping season inches near.

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OS X keeps a detailed log of every file you ever downloaded on your Mac. Most likely a lot of Mac users may not have known this till now, and while this does not really compromise on your security per se, but if you’re not particular about who uses your Mac, you do have a privacy concern at hand. Luckily, this record can be deleted.

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Facebook has now been around for a good part of our lives, and where the social network behemoth has dedicated apps for mobile platforms, it continues to be confined to Internet browsers on the desktop. Enter Current for Facebook – a native Facebook app for Mac, which is already turning some heads. We see why.

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Gamers don’t know how good they have it these days, what with their humongous television screens, surround sound and digital downloads that mean they need never darken their local game outlet’s door again. It’s a truly great time to be a gamer, but those of us who remember the good old days didn’t have it too bad either.

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Having Wi-Fi issues on OS X Yosemite? Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to fix all the Wi-Fi issues and problems on your Mac running OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

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Here’s how you can find and remove WireLurker malware from both jailbroken and non-jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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iOS and OS X users have historically considered themselves relatively “safe” from malware and malicious software. With that said, a new family of malware, currently known as WireLurker, has been discovered attempting to wreak havoc within Apple’s mobile iOS devices and OS X powered Macs, although it isn’t quite the doom and gloom as it may initially seem.

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Microsoft’s Internet Explorer may not be everyone’s first choice when it comes to picking a browser, but despite having conceded quite a bit of its market share to Chrome and Firefox in its time, the software maker has made some significant improvements of late both in terms of functionality and reach. Given that IE is only available on the software maker’s own platforms, though, it’s somewhat limited to a particular audience, and so in order to rectify this situation, Microsoft has launched a new system that allows users to test the most recent edition of its Web-surfing app through the likes of OS X and iOS as well as Google’s Android.

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Intel announced the next generation in its processor lineup – the Broadwell series – which will ship for most Macs by early-to-mid 2015, but somewhere along the way, the company unveiled a new lineup of Broadwell processors by the name of Core M, a couple of months back. These chips stand out of the crowd due to being ultra-low-power, and will run at mere 4.5 watts. Their intended use? The next generation of fanless PCs and tablets, including the rumored (and highly anticipated) 12-inch MacBook Air that might sport a Retina display, and slated for 2015 release.

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