Ken Rubin's Macintosh

aka garden wall graphics

1-800-508-9028 – toll free

1-818-631-9028 – air

When the Apple Store won’t come to you, I will!

• Apple, Mac and PC Service for the San Fernando Valley and Greater Los Angeles area

• In-Home / On-Site Setup, Help, Repair and Training

• Apple & Mac upgrades

• Printer Setup for Mac & iPad (AirPrint)

• Data Recovery & Restoration -- Hard Drive Repair

• Support -- By telephone and Remote Access

• Fair pricing, honest advice and FREE follow-up telephone support

• Same day service – Weekend service

• Senior & Military discounts!

• Accept cash, check, PayPal & major credit cards

Serving the greater

Los Angeles area

Hours 8:00 am to 7:00 pm

West Coast Time

800-508-9028 – toll free

818-631-9028 – air

Southern California Communities I Have Served

Agoura HillsAlhambraAltadenaAnaheimArcadiaArletaBaldwin HillsBel AirBeverly HillsBrentwoodBurbankCalabasasCamarilloCanoga ParkCarsonCentury CityChatsworthCommerceCulver CityCydoniaDiamond Bar • Downey Downtown L.A.Eagle RockEcho ParkEl SegundoEncinoGarden GroveGardenaGlendaleGranada HillsHancock ParkHermosa BeachHidden HillsHollywoodHollywood HillsHuntington BeachInglewoodLa Cañada FlintridgeLake BalboaLaurel CanyonLong BeachLos FelizMalibuManhattan BeachMarina del ReyMission HillsMission ViejoMonterey ParkMount OlympusMount WashingtonNorth Hollywood  • NorthridgeNorth HillsOrangePacific PalisadesPacoimaPanorama CityPasadenaPomonaPorter RanchRancho Palos VerdesRedondo BeachResedaSan FernandoSan MarinoSanta ClaritaSanta MonicaSherman OaksSierra MadreSilver LakeSouth CentralSouth GateStudio CitySun ValleySunlandSylmarTarzana1000 OaksToluca LakeTorranceTustinUniversal CityValenciaValley GlenValley VillageVan NuysVeniceVenturaVernonWest HollywoodWestlake VillageWestminster  • WestwoodWinnetkaWoodland Hills

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When you look at an Apple Watch, the last thing that comes to mind is the iPod. On the surface, there’s isn’t a whole lot of correlation between Apple’s first wearable device...

To go forward, you must back up. This is an old rubric and bad joke about the importance of keeping regularly updated copies on hand of your personal and work documents and...

Amazon is testing its drone delivery service at a secret site in Canada, following repeated warnings by the e-commerce giant that it would go outside the US to bypass what it...

Defendant Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers emerged victorious today after being battered by a month-long trial, with a jury finding against Ellen Pao on every one of her...

People need cars, of course, but millions are happier with bicycles. It’s nice to eat filet mignon, but sometimes bread and cheese makes more sense. And nobody wears...

As weapons get more sophisticated, researchers are trying to build defence systems that can keep pace, and what’s better than a force field?

Hillary Clinton is probably going to run for president, and she’s probably going to be the Democratic nominee in 2016. Both those things are likely. But let’s say Clinton falters...

Just how taxing is loneliness? A new study explores that question and finds it can be just as dangerous as obesity. The study, which was carried out by a research team under...

Scientists are puzzling over a new discovery regarding Stone Age sex: It seems that for every 17 women who reproduced at the time, just one man did the same. The findings are...

The United States Postal Service receives $18 billion in annual federal subsidies, but that is still not enough to offset the $20 billion in lost productivity that results from its...

I’ll admit I do it as much as anyone else: see the cool things that others are doing and wish I were doing something cool like that too. You see great travel photos on Instagram...

The NASA spacecraft Dawn has spent more than seven years traveling across the solar system to intercept the asteroid Vesta and the dwarf planet Ceres. Now in orbit...