It’s not often you get to name your price for something in this world, but it looks like lightening has struck TWICE this week. On Tuesday we told you about the Name Your Own Price Learn to Design Bundle, but today we have an even better treat for you: introducing the Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle 5.0!
If you love great design and want to create awesome designs yourself, but don’t want to spend a fortune learning how, boy do we have the deal for you! Along with our friends at StackSocial, MacTrast has created a bundle of 8 high quality design courses, and we are letting you name the price!
Awhile back we showed you how to block unwanted messages and calls in iOS 7. But what if you’re working on your Mac and the messages are still coming through via Messages for Mac? Here’s how to block unwanted messages in OS X.
For those of you still hanging in there with Snow Leopard, there’s a bit of update goodness from Apple that is now available to you. Apple has released a bug fix for FaceTime that resolves an issue that could prevent Snow Leopard users from connecting to FaceTime calls.
Classic SimCity fans will be glad to hear that SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition is now exclusively available in the Mac App Store for $19.99. This special edition includes the Rush Hour expansion pack, which brings a monorail, ferry, and two new disaster scenarios to the game.
Apple has released an update for its popular Mac video editing app iMovie. Version 10.0.3 brings various improvements to the app.
Apple has released Xcode 5.1.1 to the general public, exactly one week after seeding a golden master build to developers. 5.1.1 is a bug fix release.
Intel’s next-generation Haswell CPUs could arrive as early as next month, allowing their use in Apple’s new iMacs and MacBook Pros that industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo predicts for later this year.
Monday saw Intel take the covers off of Thunderbolt Networking, which allows a Mac and PC to transfer data at up to 10 gigabits over an emulated Ethernet connection.
Apple has updated its iWork office suite across all platforms today, including Mac, iOS, and iCloud. The iCloud versions were the first to get an update, and now the Mac and iOS updates are also beginning to show up.
Robots & Pencil, a company that usually makes their daily bread developing mobile apps for others, is preparing to launch a new development platform on the Mac that they say reimagines Apple’s Hypercard platform of yesteryear, and allows non-developers to create and publish native apps for the iOS mobile platform.
A relatively small venue, a couple hundred guys who looked like Mike Brady milling around, visiting small booths, no Steve Jobs, and one huge-ass model of a Macintosh computer with a working screen. That was the first Macworld back in 1985.
DigiTimes is at it again, reporting that supply chain sources are telling them that Apple is gearing up to release new MacBook models in 2014, which includes a MacBook Air with Retina Display.
A new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) indicates that iPad owners replace their devices less frequently than iPhone owners, with the iPad replacement lifecycle more resembling that of a Mac, which is replaced by users on an average of every four years.
Apple has given their popular GarageBand app for Mac an upgrade to version 10.0.2 today, adding several improvements, such as the ability to export songs in MP3 format, multiple enhancements to accessibility, and new drummer options in the $4.99 content pack.
Electronic Arts subsidiary Maxis has released Update 10 for SimCity, and it finally allows players to build and run their cities in an offline mode. Yes, it’s true, you can now enjoy the game without needing to be connected to the Internet! (And they said it was impossible!)