The popular Mac image editing software Pixelmator got an update today to version 2.2.1. The update added numerous enhancements, most aimed at increasing the overall speed of the app.
Apple has issued updates to it’s iMac lineup of all-in-one desktop computers. The updates bring Intel’s latest Haswell processor platform, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Nvidia’s new GeForce 700 series graphics, and more to the venerable computer lineup.
The latest ACSI data reveals that Apple has reached an all time high in customer satisfaction, topping their own prior record, and dominating the overall PC industry. The Index polled over 70,000 consumers regarding customer satisfaction, and awarded Apple 87 out of a possible 100 points. This grants Apple the #1 spot for the 10th year in a row!
Following today’s release of iOS 7, Apple has also pushed out a major new release of their Xcode app development tool. The update adds support for iOS 7, a compiler for 64-bit apps designed for the iPhone 5S, a much simpler method to enable Apple’s cloud services, including Game Center, faster performance, and more.
9to5Mac reports today that “sources with knowledge of the launch plans” are telling them that Apple plans to release its next Mac operating system, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, near the end of October.
CatPig Studios recently updated their Radium Internet radio app for the Mac, and I thought I’d take a look at it. I’ll admit, I had never tried Radium, but after giving it a try, I’ll be a steady listener.
Keeping my notes centralized in my workspace, and quickly accessible is critical to my workflow. Ideally for Mac is a new, quick way to take notes on the fly.
We’ve reported in the past about Philips Hue line of colorful lighting that you can control from your iOS device. Now a third-party has released a new app that allows you to control your Hue lighting from your Mac. From…
Parallels this morning launched the latest version of their popular virtual machine app: Parallels Desktop 9! The latest version adds a healthy dose of new features, and makes it even easier to run Windows and other operating systems on your Mac.
AgileBit’s 1Password for Mac app is about to go a BIG revamp, as the company recently teased a sneak peek at a completely re-engineered and redesigned app that will be the first major update to the password manager on the Mac since 2009.
Parallels, makers of the popular Parallels Desktop virtual machine software, has launched a brand new iPad app called Parallels Access. The app, which requires am $80 per year subscription service, might be one of the most unique new apps we’ve seen in a while, allowing iPad users to run Mac or Windows apps on their device almost as if the apps were native.
The simplicity and ease that comes with using the PhotoMagic Pro application makes it a home run; just a few clicks and images are literally transformed.
Last week, Apple launched a high-dollar movie theatre ad campaign for their new Mac Pro. Today, Apple posted the ad to their YouTube account as well, showing the same familiar ad they showed during WWDC, with the addition of “Fall 2013” being added to the end.
Apple has opened up the “iWork for iCloud” beta to all iCloud.com users, allowing them the chance to try out browser-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
An Iowa high school has announced it will provide each of its students in grades 9 through 12 with an 11-inch MacBook Air. Ames High School will provide the Apple notebook computer to the students for use through the 2013 school year.
While there’s no shortage of e-mail clients for the iPhone and iPad, Eltima Software has been cooking up a unique new offering that aims to change the way you think about email – by making it a personal social experience!