ABC News has announced that an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook will air on World News With Diane Sawyer at 6:30PM Eastern on Friday, January 24, 2014, the 30th Anniversary of the Macintosh.
The Pixelmator Team has released a very nice update for their popular image editing app for the Mac. Pixelmator 3.1 “Marble” brings Dual GPU and 16-bit support for the new Mac Pro, improved RAW images support, re-enabling of various effects, and more!
In what could be just a bad case of wishful thinking, a Mac reseller based in Belgium claims it has received “inside information” suggesting Apple will be releasing updated models of its admittedly long-in-the-tooth Mac mini desktop before the end of February.
Point-and-click adventure games are too few and far between these days. Adventure games with deep story lines, vibrant worlds with unique graphics, music that sets the tone for the gameplay, and puzzles that take a lot of effort to solve are the elements that truly make an adventure game feel like just that, an adventure.
A 157-page thread on the Apple Support Communities forum details issues that owners of early-to-late 2011 MacBook Pros with discrete graphics cards are experiencing.
Adobe has added support for direct printing to 3D printers to its latest release of Photoshop CC. The image editing tool, used by Creative Cloud subscribers, also allows 3D models to be sent to out-sourced 3D print shops.
Patent holding company VirnetX has announced it will make an attempt to add Apple’s most recent products to an ongoing patent infringement action that accuses Apple of violating VirnetX’s secure networking patents.
Deliveries of Apple’s all-new Mac Pro have begun in Europe, the first time in almost a year that customers have been able to get their hands on the company’s top of the line pro setup.
If you’ve been holding off buying the latest model of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display until there were refurbished models available, your time has arrived.
Sennheiser has unveiled two new high-end PC gaming headsets – G4ME™ ZERO and G4ME™ ONE – the headsets are also compatible with the Mac line of computers.
Mac sales got a nice bump in the United States during the holiday quarter, a rumor causes an iPhone component supplier to take a hit in their stock price, a new iPhone case can both charge your phone and put a charge through any attacker, it’s the 7th anniversary of the announcement of the iPhone, and it’s almost the Macintosh’s 30th birthday.
The latest figures from Gartner for the fourth quarter of 2013 show Mac sales in the U.S. jumped 28.5% year-over-year, giving Apple a 13.7% share of the market, while the overall PC market shrank 7.5% in the same time frame.
Apple has released an update for OS X Server, bringing it up to version 3.0.2. Server v3.0.2 improves the general stability of OS X Server, and fixes issues with upgrade and migration, profile manager, and Xcode services.
Where were you on January 24, 1984? That was the day the world of computing was changed forever, as the Apple Macintosh debuted.
Dell teased an “under $1,000″ 28-inch 4K monitor last month, and today at CES 2014, Dell came through. And the display carries a very attractive price tag of just $699.
Now that you’ve got that new Mac Pro in your hot little hands, you may be looking for a 4K monitor to use with your new precious. Well, we’ve got good news for you at CES 2014, because it looks like some “inexpensive” 4K monitors are on the way soon.