Ahead of its expected public release, later this year, Apple has this week seeded the first build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 to its registered developers.
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A small app deal for those of you who use big-screen monitors: Warp Mouse just dropped from its regular asking of $0.99 to become FREE (for a limited time).
Apple has pushed out a new update to its digital jukebox software, tonight. The minor update – iTunes 11.1.5 – is described by the company as a “bug fix” release, that has been specifically designed to address a few bugs that could cause its iTunes software to crash under some …
Following the discovery of a major security vulnerability in its iOS operating system at the end of last week, (a vulnerability which has since been found to also affect systems running previous versions of OS X), Apple has this week publicly released a new update for all those currently running …
The opportunity on the table for the labels is vast: Having an entire music catalog, and the artists which represent it, exposed to an audience of millions – and getting paid for every track that is listened to, (not to mention all the spin-off sales that will result by those …
When it comes to connecting over a virtual network, Screens VNC is probably one of your best options, especially if you’re looking to have remote access to your desktop computer(s) on-the-go through either your iPhone (or iPad).
Continuing to ramp up the frequency with which it issues its OS X software builds, Apple has this morning seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 (Build 13C62) to developers.
We use it everyday. It helps us to find things on-screen at pixel accuracy – and yet, the mystery behind why the cursor on our desktop computer is tilted 45-degrees to the left, has evaded most for some time.
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule, Apple has this morning released a new version of the upcoming update designed for OS X Mavericks, to developers.
On a lighter note, Clipart Prime just dropped from its regular $19.99 price point – to land at its new price of $1.99 on the Mac App Store, (for a very limited time).
Nowadays, there are many services that allow you create a website with little to no effort. WordPress, for example, arguably the most-popular web content creation platform, currently powers 75,262,365 sites (worldwide) – including this one.
Apple is expected to hold an audio conference call during which it will announce its earnings for the first quarter of 2014, later today. The call will be held at approximately 2:00 PM (PT) / 5:00 PM (ET) and will see the company reveal sales figures for its iPhone, iPod, …
Celebrating the Mac’s 30th anniversary, Apple has today posted a brand-new ad. Entitled “Mac 30 – Thirty Years Of Innovation,” the ad shows how pioneers of the music, creative, medical, art, education and movie industries are still using the Mac to realise their dreams – today. Thirty years ago, the …
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule for the software, Apple has today released a new version of its upcoming update for OS X Mavericks to developers. The update carries build number “13C44” – versus OS X 10.9.2 (13C39), which was seeded to developers – last week.
Apple has tonight publicly released a new version of its multimedia player, designed for both Mac and Windows.
Apple has tonight seeded the first build of the next planned update to OS X Server. The software, designed to run on systems which act in a server environment, carries the build number ‘12S4076f’ and cites the recently released OS X 10.9.2 (Beta) as an installation requirement.
Those who may be looking to backup their home movies currently stored in DVD format, to one of the many popular video formats (such as; MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MP4, etc.), may also want to be super-quick in checking out New DVD Ripper Pro – which just dropped from $19.99 to FREE.
Following the seeding of OS X 10.9.2 (Beta 1) before the holidays, (which added future support for Mac-to-iOS FaceTime Audio calls to the desktop OS), Apple has this morning seeded a new version of its upcoming update for OS X Mavericks – to developers.
2800 Icons for Developers does just what its name suggests, providing a library of over 2,500 free icons for developers and designers to take advantage of (and use freely) within their own projects.
Ever tried installing a wireless network and come up against interference from neighbouring networks, or radio noise, that has ultimately affected the persistency of your connection?
For those yet to encounter Actions for iPad, the application essentially allows you to control almost all of the apps on your computer – directly from your iPad – using a number of wireless commands (or, “shortcodes” and “hotkeys”).