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In Q2 2016, Apple Sees First Revenue Decline in 13 Years

For Apple, the sky has fallen… by 12.8 percent, which is how far its revenues declined compared to those of last year.Show full article

Chapter 9 of “Take Control of Slack Basics” Available

One of the advantages of Slack is that it archives all your team chatter so you can find essential discussions later on. In this week’s chapter, Glenn Fleishman tells you how to search your Slack’s messages effectively.Show full article

PDFpen 8 Adds Attachments, Digital Signatures, and More

Smile has updated PDFpen and PDFpenPro to version 8, featuring file attachments, digital signing, audio attachments, measurement tools, and better export capabilities.Show full article

Why Your Bits Might Be Flipped (and What to Do about It)

We all experience misunderstandings about technology from time to time. Joe Kissell explains why it’s not your fault, and how he approaches the subject of tech misconceptions in his new book, “Are Your Bits Flipped?”.Show full article

iPad Pro Charges Faster with MacBook Adapter and New Cable

Apple goofed in bundling an anemic 12-watt power adapter with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which needs a brawnier charger. It has one in the MacBook’s 29-watt USB-C power adapter, which can be paired with a new USB-C to Lightning Cable to charge the big iPad more rapidly.Show full article

Comcast Raises Monthly Data Cap to a Less Insulting 1 TB

Comcast has made a surprise announcement: it will no longer charge overage fees to any customer who uses less than one terabyte of data per month. That’s not bad. For now.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 2 May 2016

Notable software releases this week include Lightroom CC 2015.5.1 and Lightroom 6.5.1, OmniOutliner 4.5.2, HoudahGeo 5.0, and iMovie 10.1.2.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 2 May 2016

In this week’s ExtraBITS, Apple has redesigned its support Web site, there’s a battle brewing over emoji, and the iPhone Upgrade Program is now available online.Show full article

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