Apple leaks images of new MacBook Pro with ‘Magic Toolbar’


MacBook Pro
The Magic Toolbar looks like one long key.
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Need more proof that Apple is going to launch a new MacBook Pro on Thursday?

Apple accidentally leaked images of the OLED touchbar on the upcoming MacBook Pro in its latest update for macOS Sierra. Not only do the images confirm what we’ve known for months, but they also give us a glimpse at how the Magic Toolbar will work.

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Upgrade your parties with the LaserDock [Review]


If you’re having frequent parties, or if you’re a DJ, this is the perfect piece of kit for you.
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Wicked Lasers, the company behind the popular Spyder lasers and the world’s most powerful flashlight, has a new product designed to take parties to the next level. The LaserDock houses a laser projector and music visualizer in one. And it promises to be easy enough for anyone with a Mac or PC to operate.

The LaserDock was introduced on Indiegogo with much fanfare in September, surpassing its original goal. But does it deliver? Check out our video review below.

How to disable location suggestions in macOS Sierra


Location Based Suggestions
Here's what to do if you don't want localized suggestions.
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Much like Google offers personalized searching, macOS Sierra delivers location-based tips as part of its suggestions within Spotlight, Siri, Safari and Maps. That means Apple will try to recommend relevant services within your immediate vicinity.

If you don’t want this feature, however, there is a way to get rid of it. Check out our guide below to show how to do this — and how to turn it back on again if you change your mind.

Last chance to take the pain out of PDFs with PDF Expert 2.0 [Deals]

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Take the padlock off your PDFs with this award-winning, intuitive editor and reader.
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