Q1 2016, security ‘vulnerabilities’, 2nd router, Statuesque HD, 10 Mac games, NetSpot


Apple to Announce Q1 2016 Results on Tuesday, January 26th — Apple has updated its investor relations page to note that the company will announce its fiscal year 2016 first quarter results (fourth quarter calendar year) on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 5pm EST (2pm PST). If the company follows precedent, it should release its earnings report shortly after the close of trading (4pm EST), followed by a live call with investors and analysts. Apple offers a live audio stream of its earnings calls, and the public can listen via a link at the company’s website.

Apple security ‘vulnerabilities’ — Recent news that Mac OS is vulnerable is overblown, according to The Macalope.

Apple places second in JD. Power 2015 Wireless Router Satisfaction Report — Apple placed second when it came to customer satisfaction with wireless routers, according to the JD Power 2015 Wireless Router Satisfaction Report. ASUS came in first. Apple routers include the AirPort Extreme, AirPort Express, and Time Capsule.

Statuesque and speedy HD — LaCie Chrome is easily one of the fastest portable hard drives in the world.
Everything about this drive absolutely screams excess, in the most glorious way possible. Its aesthetics were crafted by Neil Poulton, a Scottish designer who has won numerous awards.

10 Mac games — The chaotic blasting of Nuclear Throne, frantic bomb-diffusing teamwork of Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, and sharp racing action of GRID Autosport lead our latest look at new Mac game releases, but we’ve also got an old strategy classic, a free (and hilarious) narrative experiment, and no less than two games starring birds in unfamiliar roles.

Apple World Today’s NetSpot review — NetSpot collects details about surrounding Wi-Fi networks and presents wireless data as an interactive table. With it you can troubleshoot and improve your network’s coverage, capacity, performance, APs configurations, signal level, interference, noise, etc.


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