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Google Releasing Chrome Extension To Detect Password Theft

Google has a new extension for its Chrome browser, and it's one you should strongly consider getting for all of your devices at home and in the office. The extension is called ...

New 5GE Coming To Phones Is Still In Development

AT&T is getting some pushback for what most industry insiders are calling a misleading indicator. It has started to appear on many new smartphones including both Androids and iPhones. With the latest ...

Popular Media Applications Will Be Discontinued From Windows 7

Despite that there are still a shocking number of Windows 7 users spread around the world, Microsoft has kept with its previously published end of support schedule, and is no longer supporting ...

In App Subscriptions Getting Crackdown From Apple

One of the unfortunate truths about apps is that many developers use deceptive practices to try and confuse consumers. They try to mislead them about how much custom features cost and when ...

Mistyped URLs Will Soon Get A Warning In Chrome

At one point or another, everybody has done it.  You open a browser and type in the URL of a site you visit frequently.  In doing so, your finger slips and you ...

Hackers Are Hiding Code In Images To Fool Mac Users

In the world of hacking, steganography ranks as one of the most difficult methodologies to detect. If you're not familiar with the term, it is the practice of embedding executable code inside ...

Download Your Data From Google Plus Before It Gets Deleted

Google has kept no secret of their plan to eventually put an end to their social media experiment, Google+.  In case you haven't been keeping abreast of the company's announcements where the ...

Digital Movie Service UltraViolet Is Shutting Down

On paper, UltraViolet seemed like a great idea.  It was (and still is, for the moment) a service that stored your license information for various digital media you purchased. You could buy ...

Chrome And Firefox Should Be Updated To Stay Secure

The first browser update of 2019 is officially out. Both Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox browsers are getting a raft of security fixes that will help make Mac, Linux and Windows users ...

Security Issue Causes Apple To Disable Group Facetime Temporarily

Apple's latest iOS release contained a feature that wowed and excited its massive user base.  Group FaceTime.  It was heralded as 'the next Big Thing' in the Apple ecosystem. Unfortunately, there are ...

What Our Clients Say...

"Just for the record I wasn't asked to write a testimonial, I asked Macs at Work if I could.  When you run across a company that does exactly what they advertise, and they do it on time with excellent customer service you want a chance to tell people about it.  My daughter attends college in the area and ran into an issue where her Mac screen was black and she couldn't access her hard drive where her mid-term paper was located.  We needed to find someone who could diagnose the issue and get it fixed quickly so that she could access her information. We walked in when Macs at Work opened at 8:30 and we were helped immediately.  They took background information about the Mac and it's issue and let us know that they would contact us as soon as they had diagnosed the problem.  They assured us that usually even if a part is necessary, that they would be able to order and receive that part very quickly and get us back up and running.  We did indeed need a part, and they were able to order, receive and install it so that my daughter was all set by the end of the next day.  That was impressive in itself, but the best part was dealing with the customer service people who were knowledgeable, understanding and very accommodating.  I would highly recommend Macs at Work!"

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