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Bluetooth 5 to offer more speed and greater range

June 22, 2017 Get ready to increase your Bluetooth speed and distance. Bluetooth 5 is coming out soon and capable of transferring data at double the speed of Bluetooth 4.2. more »»

Legends live on after the last wave

June 8, 2017 Friday, May 26, was the last day. After 83 years of life, love, art, creativity, adventures, friendships and waves, John Severson looked out to the sea in Napili for the last time. more »»

New computers to feature revamped, faster USB ports

June 8, 2017 The new look for the USB port on new computers coming out soon looks like the new Apple power cable for the iPhone. more »»

How to grow e-mail text without impacting the rest of the page

June 1, 2017 People ask me all the time if they can enlarge their e-mail text, so they don’t have to go see their eye doctor and get magnifying Coke bottle lenses. more »»

How to grow e-mail text without impacting the rest of the page

June 1, 2017 People ask me all the time if they can enlarge their e-mail text, so they don’t have to go see their eye doctor and get magnifying Coke bottle lenses. more »»

Facebook launches ‘M’ personal assistant

May 25, 2017 Facebook just introduced “M,” an AI-powered personal assistant for the Messenger app. A few features are stickers, payments, location and getting a ride. more »»

Mayor: If you’re frustrated with West Maui traffic, call Gov. Ige

May 18, 2017 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the questions submitted to his office staff. more »»

Can you skip annoying ads before video clips?

May 18, 2017 When watching a video news clip on an iPhone news app like ABC News, you have to endure a 30-second annoying ad before you get to the actual clip? If you notice down at the bottom of your screen,... more »»

VPNs can preserve your privacy while surfing on the Internet

May 11, 2017 In this issue, we’re going to explain what a Virtual Private Network is and how it can help keep Big Brother from watching where you’re surfing on the Internet. more »»

How we consume our water matters

May 11, 2017 Cool, clean, crisp water. The secret to sustenance. The essential elixir. H20. Our thirst is never quenched, from the cradle to the grave. more »»

A man with a message: Richard Roshon’s life of adventure and service

April 27, 2017 Twenty-five thousand of us live in West Maui between the Pali and Lipoa Point.   Ancestral Hawaiian descendants, plantation-era families, first-generation arrivals. more »»

A solution to bring housing costs down

April 13, 2017 WAILUKU — Chairing the County Council’s Temporary Investigative Group (TIG) on Increasing Housing Inventory last year gave me clarity about steps needed toward solving our housing crisis. more »»

Where have I come from? Where am I going? Who am I?

April 13, 2017 It’s my birthday. Thirty-six years ago, in 1981, my life began. Reagan had just taken office, phones were connected to cords ain the kitchen and quarter-eating video games lived in arcades. more »»

West Maui ocean is the remedy for the distractions of modern life

March 30, 2017 It’s all about flow You know it when you’ve got it.   In the ocean, it’s when you’re tuned in, focused, in the moment, single-minded, responding to the dynamic forces around you. more »»

Valuable tricks for iPhones

March 23, 2017 I finally figured out how to get all my iCloud apps to show up on the iPhone. Before it only showed three icons, which forced me to use my laptop to see all the app. more »»

‘Legends of the Bay’ keeps alive country soul

March 16, 2017 Our treasured Honolua Bay, the jewel in Maui’s glittering surfing crown, plays host to two surf competitions a year. more »»

How to make Siri help you with reminders

March 2, 2017 Here’s a neat trick you can use when viewing a Safari web page or within any Apple App. Just raise your phone and say “Hey Siri” or double-tap the home button to activate Siri. more »»

Is sunscreen smothering our reefs?

March 2, 2017 A little over one million people are lucky enough to call Hawai‘i home. A little under nine million people a year travel to our tropical archipelago to soak in Paradise for a moment. more »»

Maui leads the nation and world in launching scholastic surfing

February 16, 2017 Maui Nei is the home island for more elite surfers per capita than anywhere in the world. No contest. (Well, maybe with Kaua‘i. more »»

More tricks for iPad and iPhone users

February 9, 2017 When you choose an e-mail address of a friend and two different ones show up all the time — and you know one of them is five years old and not ever used again — what can you do to get rid of it?... more »»

 
 

 

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