Introducing: Today at Apple at Home

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The Today at Apple program is a collection of free workshops that are held at Apple retail stores all over the world. Anyone can sign up to attend and learn more about how to use their Apple device for coding, art, music, photography, and more. However, the Covid-19 outbreak that has engulfed our world has prompted Apple to close all of their retail stores, and that means you can’t sign up for these free, face-to-face workshops. This led to the creation of the Today at Apple at Home program.

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Record Your Screen for Free on Windows 10

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The ability to record your screen and share it with others is one of those skills that I think we should all have in our back pocket. It’s a great way to share knowledge with others or demonstrate mastery of a concept. Today, there are all kinds of apps that let you do this. Many are free, others are not. It just depends on how polished you want the final product to be. In this post, I am going to take a look at a hidden feature in Windows 10 that allows anyone to record and share their screen for free.

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The New 2020 iPad Pro & Magic Keyboard

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Today, Apple released an update for the iPad Pro. The new 11 and 12.9-inch models are available for pre-order today, and they will be arriving in stores on March 25. These new iPads replace the previous generation from 2018, but is the 2020 version really that much better? In this post, I am going to go over the major differences and try to help you decide if the 2020 iPad Pro is a worthy upgrade or not.

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Jamboard: Google’s Best Kept Secret!

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In October, 2016, Google unveiled their vision for the future of interactive whiteboards. They called it the Jamboard, and it began shipping to customers in May of the following year. The Jamboard has a 55″ 4K touchscreen display that includes WiFi connectivity, an HD camera, microphone and speakers. The $5000 price tag puts it out of reach for many people, but the software that powers it is free for anyone to use, whether they have a physical Jamboard or not.

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Statue of Liberty App Review

Statue of Liberty. Text reads, Interactive AR tours of the Statue of Liberty

This week I was browsing the Today tab on the iOS App Store when I came across a free app that piqued my interest enough to dig a little deeper. It’s called Statue of Liberty, and it was created by The Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation. Although it is a little limited in its scope, there is no doubt in my mind that it is one of the best educational apps I have seen recently. Here’s why.

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How to Install Chrome Extensions in Microsoft Edge

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Microsoft’s latest attempt at a return to browser supremacy is finally here. The new Chromium version of Edge, (Microsoft’s default web browser for Windows computers), is now available for Windows and MacOS. Chromium was developed by Google and is used as the foundation for the Chrome web browser. However, because it is an open source project, other developers are free to adopt it for their own uses. Opera, Vivaldi, and Brave are just a few of the third-party browsers that currently use Chromium to power their products, and now Microsoft have joined their ranks. This means you can now install Chrome extensions in Edge. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Access & Customize the iPhone Control Center

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Do you use the iPhone Control Center? Most people I know have a love-hate relationship with this particular iOS feature. It’s exactly what they need when they can find it, but when they forget where it is, frustration sets in and they start to swipe madly around their screen to try and find it again. Personally, I think there is a lot to like about Control Center, especially if you take some time to dig a little deeper and take full advantage of everything that it can do for you. Here’s a look at the best it has to offer.

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