Advertorial – Hardsoft Mac or Coffee?

by admin on 19 February 2014 in News

    New Mac or Coffee? Lease a Mac from Hardsoft for less than the cost of your daily coffee fix….. New Mac or Coffee? Lease a Mac for your business and discover just how affordable it is. From just £1.45 per day or the cost of a daily Latte a business can get the [...]

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Saudi Arabian oil hack shows the importance of cyber security – Kaspersky Advertorial

by admin on 21 February 2013 in Promotion

Kaspersky Advertorial – this post does not reflect the views of MacUser, the editor or staff. Saudi Arabian oil hack shows the importance of cyber security During the last months of 2012, a cyber-virus named ‘Shamoon’ was used to attack the Saudi Arabian state-owned oil company, Aramco, with the aim of paralysing the world’s largest [...]

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The Mac malware question

by admin on 8 February 2013 in Analysis

The Mac malware question Do Macs get viruses? A common perception, encouraged by Apple, is that they don’t. And to a very large extent it’s true – but that’s not quite the same as saying it’s not something you should ever think about. Mac OS X enjoys a privileged position: compared to Windows, it’s been [...]

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iPhone 5: not just a taller iPhone

by admin on 17 December 2012 in Analysis

Promoted post It’s the weight you notice first. Yes, it’s 18% thinner, but the iPhone 5 is also 20% lighter than the 4S, and if you’ve been using the previous model for the past year – or one of the heavier iPhones that preceded it – the loss of mass is what your hand registers [...]

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Canon Pixma MG6250

by admin on 6 January 2012 in Reviews
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We’d heard great things about Canon’s Pixma MG6250, so were pretty excited when the test unit arrived in the MacUser offices. And we’re delighted to report that this photo inkjet all-in-one printer didn’t disappoint.

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Wacom Bamboo 3

by admin on 9 December 2011 in Analysis
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The third generation of Wacom’s consumer-level graphics tablet range, the Bamboo, brings several enhancements, the most significant being a new wireless mode that enables you to use the tablet without it having to be plugged into the computer. This is Wacom’s first foray into wireless input.

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