For the first time, CBS will be live streaming its entire AFC coverage of the NFL playoffs. The live streams will be available for both computers and tablets.
Have you ever needed to type something into your iPad, but didn’t have a bluetooth keyboard with you? Typing directly on the screen can be a pain. Fortunately, a handy app called Type2Phone ($4.99, Mac App Store) can help you out by allowing you to use your Mac as a keyboard for your iPad!
The latest and most complete account of the new Mac Pro’s repairability comes from the guys at iFixit, who have finally gotten their hands on a new Mac Pro, and ripped it to shreds to show us all exactly what makes it tick. Here’s a few highlights!
Remember the icon Apple commercial “1984?” Directed by Ridley Scott, the award-winning ad introduced the world to the Macintosh, promising to help users break free from “Big Brother” IBM. While it has always been assumed that the 60-second commercial ran in its entirety only once – during the 1984 Super Bowl – it actually ran once before, just a few weeks earlier.
Apple brought iTunes Connect back online on Friday, following a scheduled holiday hiatus. The developer portal is once again open for uploads, app pricing, distribution and management.
Following confirmation that the device will have upgradable RAM and SSDs (and even the graphics card, if manufacturers produce them in the new form factor), a teardown performed by OWC reveals that the processor is replaceable and upgradable as well!
Sure, it’s really easy to just go out to a Hallmark store and buy greeting cards. But what if you wanted to give your loved ones something a little more personalized? Too much trouble you say? Meet iGreetingCard Deluxe, the easy to to use Mac app that helps you create your own personalized photo greeting cards.
Following our earlier report (and confirmation from Feral) that Feral Games is adding experimental PlayStation 4 controller support to many of their Mac games, we’ve now confirmed that Feral and Aspyr Games are also adding full PS4 Controller support to any and all future Mac games that they release as well!
Following reports that Apple has officially begun shipping the first orders of their new 2013 MacBook Pro, which were supposed to arrive by the 30th of December, MacRumors reports that some customers have already begun receiving their orders ahead of schedule – just in time to play with it for Christmas!
While many initially worried how upgradable Apple’s new 2013 Mac Pro would be when they first announced it on stage back in June, it turns out that both the RAM and the built-in SSD are actually fully user upgradeable and replaceable. This is essential for many professionals who keep their machine for years and enjoy customizing it.
According to reports from across the web and Twitter (via MacRumors, 9to5Mac, and a host of reader reports), early Mac Pro orders have now begun shipping. Customers’ cards have now been charged for early orders, and the first Mac Pros are set to arrive by December 30th.
OpenEmu 1.0, the open source project designed to bring game emulation to the Mac, has officially launched. The emulator, launched after a lengthy beta, was designed from the ground up for OS X.
Most people won’t be able to get their hands on the new Mac Pro that Apple released yesterday until at least February – but Apple has already released a critical firmware update for a machine that is less than 24 hours old! Yesterday, shortly after sales for the new Mac Pro began, Apple released EFI Update 2.0, providing critical patches to the device’s firmware.
If you let your inner Miley Cyrus loose and twerk in front of your MacBook occasionally, you may have an unwanted audience.
Go on a vacation of a lifetime and take amazing photos only to find out that someone photobombed them? Do you wish that you could clean up those precious older photos from a lifetime ago?
Alongside their new Mac Pro, and a significant new update for Final Cut Pro X and its companion apps, Apple also released Logic Pro X 10.0.5 today – a major update adding a variety of new features, new Drummers and Drum Kit Designer patches, as well as a significant number of bug fixes and minor enhancements.