The week’s wallpaper collection comes from from the NASA collection on the Unsplash photos site.
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Google has released version 56 of its Chrome browser for Mac. The update offers faster page loads, lower power consumption, and security, and performance enhancements.
MacPaw’s new Mac “app smorgasbord” subscription service, Setapp, has officially launched to the public, The service currently offers over 60 apps, all for $9.99 per month.
A MailButler Professional: Lifetime Subscription offers Apple Mail users an assistant that simplifies, optimizes, and streamlines email operations.
Apple on Monday released an update for iTunes. The update – version 12.5.5 – is available for both macOS and Windows.
Synology Inc. has announced the release of Surveillance Station 8.0, delivering a new and efficient desktop client, smart multiple streaming technologies, and painless failover setup.
With a Getflix: Lifetime Subscription, you can watch what you want, when you want, and most importantly, WHERE you want.
Wake up and smell the coffee with a visit to the coffee house. Wallpaper for your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
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Apple on Thursday released updates for their professional video editing apps for the Mac, the first updates since October 2016.
A SelectTV by FreeCast: 1-Yr Subscription has always offered you a great alternative to cable TV, and now you get a free HD antenna with activation!
Apple on Tuesday released a new version of the OS X El Capitan Security Update 2016-003.
Industry supply chain analysts are predicting MacBook sales of over 15 million units in 2017.
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The Next FlipBook Maker Pro for Mac lets anyone turn their PDF and image files into a beautiful, easy to read digital magazine!
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects new MacBooks later this year, boasting Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors, and one model with 32GB of “desktop class” RAM.