Although I’ve written about tracker blocking in bits and pieces over the years, I think it’s time to compile the best anti-tracking options in one place.
While I’m not going to argue that budget earbuds are just as good—or even almost as good—as the AirPods Pro, the differences aren’t as dramatic as you might think given the gulf in cost between them.
I have a borderline obsession with not being permanently tied any particular device or computing platform, and these built-in password managers can ultimately be another mechanism for lock-in.
Features like multi-room audio room audio, phone control, and TV speaker output can vary from one platform to the next, and the support for various streaming music services can be wildly inconsistent. To make sense of it all, I decided to make a chart.
You needn’t be a tech whiz to know the basics of how to visit a website or search the web. Even the notion of opening, closing, and rearranging browser tabs is pretty straightforward. But behind those basics are all kinds of powerful features that make web browsing more efficient.
By tapping into a oft-overlooked text message filtering system inside iOS, TextKiller can automatically hide unwanted messages, and I’m surprised at how effective it’s been.