Canon recently made it possible to use some of its DSLRs and mirrorless cameras as an upgraded webcam on a Mac. Here's how to use the high-quality imaging devices to improve your video conferencing image.
Canon recently unveiled a utility that lets you use many of its cameras as webcams, but to the disappointment of locked down Mac users, it only worked on Windows. The company has now rectified that omission with the release of the EOS Webcam Utility Beta on macOS.
If you're new to Apple Music or just need a refresher, here's how you can create a playlist on Apple's streaming music service, and share it with friends on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
The post office can let you know when your stimulus check is about to arrive in the mail. Here's how to set up the free USPS to see when your IRS check is coming.
The offering will let customers buy a product through Apple and split up the cost over several months with interest-free payments.
Medical records from a little-known company were used in two studies published in major journals. The New England Journal of Medicine has asked to see the data.
Camera manufacturer Canon today announced that its EOS Webcam Utility Beta software is now available for macOS users in addition to PC users.
The Apple Card already has perks if you’re buying from Apple itself, but the company is apparently willing to further sweeten those incentives. Bloomberg sources say Apple is planning a Card feature that will let you buy “many” products (not just the
It’s now more practical to keep data encrypted while you use it, provided you’re using an Apple device. IBM has released (via ZDNet) a toolkit that makes it easier to implement fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) in iOS and macOS apps. In theory, hack
A team of researchers at California Institute of Technology has found that arrays of strontium Rydberg atoms show promise for use in a quantum computer. In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, the researchers describe their study of quantum entangled alkaline-earth Rydberg atoms arranged in arrays and what they learned about them. In the same issue, Wenhui Li, with the National University of Singapore, has published a News & Views piece exploring the state of quantum...
A new report circulating Chinese media claims that Apple is looking to bring a radical change to its iPad Air by increasing the display size to 11-inches and replacing the Lighting port with a Type-C connector. The report comes from unnamed Apple suppliers and claims the upcoming Air will feature a similar design to the current 11-inch iPad Pro with slim bezels and possibly Touch ID. The latter part is still not confirmed so we're not holding our breath.