Author Archives: Ryszard Gold

Ryszard (Rick) Gold, From Calgary, Alberta, Canada has over 20 years of experience working with Apple products in a technical capacity. Passionate about technology in general, his natural troubleshooting abilities, curiosity and appreciation of good design lead him into working exclusively with Apple Computer products.

Live Listen – Hot Line For AirPods

Apple has fantastic Accessibility controls, some of them have great uses for folks without the disability it targets, take Live Listen for example!

Pixel 3 – Androids Last Stand?

The Pixel 3 from Google is a bit of a groaner this year, but will it’s hideous notch spell the end of Android as we know it?

Repair Program For iPhone X & MacBook Pro 13-Inch!

Heads up for owners of the iPhone X and the MacBook Pro 13″! Apple has issued a repair program for

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CBC Marketplace & Poor Jounrnalsim

So the CBC Marketplace took aim at Apple this past week and had the workings of a great report… but screwed it with shoddy journalism.

Google Still Evil – Water Still Wet

Google has been in the news quite a bit lately for privacy concerns. Just reminding you that nothing has changed, water is still wet, Google is still evil.

Huawei Touts “The Homer” Notch

Huawei is advertising for it’s P20 model, and even after laughing at Apple for The Notch, is now trying to show why it’s notch is better.

Supercharge Your MacBook Charger

Not enough outlets for your Apple devices? Turbo boost your Apple MacBook charger and stop the fighting over chargers in your house!

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Same ol’ Same ol’

Samsung falls into an Apple-esque “S” upgrade with the Galaxy Note 9. Why there are better buys even from Samsung.

Ontario Teen Should Have Had A Lock Code

A teen in Ontario had a scary encounter with someone who managed to get ahold of her phone! If she had basic security in place, it wouldn’t have happened.

Apple Watch – Be A Lord Of The Rings

If you have an Apple Watch, you know the satisfaction that comes from closing your rings at the end of the day… but do you know HOW to close them proper?