So, you have a nifty new Retina Display MacBook Pro, and you’re forced to still use non-Retina-ready apps like Microsoft Word, and those fuzzy font’s are just bumming you out! Is that what’s chaffing your saddle area, cowboy? Well here comes Retinizer to the rescue.
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If you’re a Skitch user you may have received an email today telling you that as of October 10, 2012 you won’t be able to access Skitch.com. Don’t freak out, you’re not losing your Skitch notes, you’ll just have to start accessing them through Evernote.
A report from Forrester Research says that Apple will most likely be the main reason for any growth shown this year in the corporate hardware market.
A little over a month ago, there were reports from many users that had noticed a significant decrease in battery life on their laptops after upgrading from Lion to Mountain Lion. Now OS X 10.8.2 may bring your computer’s battery back to a long and happy life.
Nielsen took a look at the mobile market in the U.S. and released the results of their study this week. U.S. smartphone penetration continued to grow in July 2012, with 55.5% of all mobile subscribers now owning smartphones, compared to July 2011 when only 41% of mobile subscribers owned them.
Sony Creative Software announced on Friday the release of Sound Forge Pro Mac 1.0, the latest addition to its line of audio and video production software products.
A report today says that Apple is planning to launch iTunes Store music downloads in Russia, to tap into their fast-growing internet market.
A publishing company by the name of “BlueToad” has come forward as the source of the leak of millions of UDIDs for Apple’s iOS devices. While it was initially published that the data came from an FBI laptop, the bureau quickly denied the report.
Cellcom CEO Pat Riordan won’t reveal the sales numbers for the iPhone since the small Wisconsin carrier began selling the device. He will say that iPhone customers do tend to sign up for higher value voice and data plans.
You can almost hear the lawyers salivating. Samsung Electronics said on Monday that it will sue Apple over the release of the iPhone 5 for infringing on its 4G LTE connectivity patents.
Augmented Reality: A virtual reality that combines real and generated images and information. With augmented reality you can do everything from find a good restaurant, play a game, type a text message while walking without running into a telephone pole, or even figure out where you’re going to hit your next golf shot.
What’s the worst way to find apps on the App Store? Looking on the App Store! Searching is a pain in the ass, and the only way you have a prayer of finding an app is if it’s in one of the charts, or you know its exact name. How do you find new and interesting apps to explore? Enter Ooomf.
Kickstarter is becoming THE place to find smartwatch projects. We’ve seen some great smartwatch proposals so far, but now there is one that deserves a closer look from possible investors.
An American Airlines representative confirmed on Friday that their digital ticketing system will soon provide integration with Apple’s Passbook app. Delta airlines is also rumored to be preparing to offer support for the new app that will rollout with the debut of iOS 6.
It appears that AT&T has been performing iPhone unlocks for customers who still have contracts in effect.
A U.S. judge, in what must have been an amazing moment of legal clarity, ruled this week that Apple isn’t to blame if you drop your iPhone and break it.