Mac OS X has been around for over a decade, and has evolved considerably since it first debuted in 2000. TwistedMac has put together a fantastic article showing and comparing each version of OS X.
VideoLAN released the second major version of their popular media player on Saturday. The new version is a complete rewrite, and features faster decoding, experimental Blu-Ray support, and more.
Wallpaper Weekend is a post series intended to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This weekend we are featuring the new Mountain Lion galaxy wallpaper and two carbon fiber Finder walls!
Asymco analyst Horace Dediu has noticed a very shocking yet fascinating statistic – Apple sold more iOS devices in 2011 (156 million) than they’ve sold Macs in their entire history (122 million)!
Insanely Great Mac has had the chance to demo the new Airplay Mirroring in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. It looks pretty awesome!
Some Retina sized artwork has been found in the Messages Beta. This is a strong hint that we could be seeing Macs with Retina displays in the near future.
HalfPeeledApple has put together an exceptional hands-on video to show you what’s new and interesting about Messages for Mac. Personally, I think it’s a brilliant upgrade. But don’t take my word for it – have a look!
OS X Mountain Lion now finally includes AirPlay Mirroring for Macs for the first time – something which holds a lot of potential in both the living room and the board room.
Among the many interesting things discovered in OS X Mountain Lion is its name. Apple has now officially dropped the ‘Mac’ from Mac OS X. The official name change has been confirmed with Apple.
Here’s some bad news for Apple users with older machines: the new release of OS X, Mountain Lion, will no longer support many older graphics chips.
Following the announcement of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, the possibility of having iPads and Macs running on the same chip is now very real. When speaking to the Wall Street Journal in an interview after the announcement, CEO Tim Cook was open to the idea.
I’m still digesting that Mountain Lion that Apple fed to us moments ago. But wait, there’s more! Besides announcing OS X 10.8, Apple has also released the first public beta of Messages.
Apple this morning announced their latest version of Mac OS – OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion! The release will include more than 100 new features, many of which help bring the Mac in closer harmony with iOS.
Microsoft’s Metro interface for Windows 8 has a lot of things going for it. It’s unique, it’s fresh, and it was designed on a Mac. Yup. On a Mac.
Thanks to a new app called AirParrot, you can now mirror your entire Mac’s screen to your television through AirPlay and the Apple TV.
A new glimmer of hope has surfaced for the Mac Pro, with a new report claiming that Apple may be preparing to release a new Mac Pro soon, packing Intel’s Ivy Bridge and NVidia’s Kepler graphics card.