A relatively small venue, a couple hundred guys who looked like Mike Brady milling around, visiting small booths, no Steve Jobs, and one huge-ass model of a Macintosh computer with a working screen. That was the first Macworld back in 1985.
DigiTimes is at it again, reporting that supply chain sources are telling them that Apple is gearing up to release new MacBook models in 2014, which includes a MacBook Air with Retina Display.
A new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) indicates that iPad owners replace their devices less frequently than iPhone owners, with the iPad replacement lifecycle more resembling that of a Mac, which is replaced by users on an average of every four years.
Apple has given their popular GarageBand app for Mac an upgrade to version 10.0.2 today, adding several improvements, such as the ability to export songs in MP3 format, multiple enhancements to accessibility, and new drummer options in the $4.99 content pack.
Electronic Arts subsidiary Maxis has released Update 10 for SimCity, and it finally allows players to build and run their cities in an offline mode. Yes, it’s true, you can now enjoy the game without needing to be connected to the Internet! (And they said it was impossible!)
Owners of Apple’s latest Mac Pro computer who want to use Windows 7 on their new precious via Boot Camp are going to be disappointed, as an updated Apple Support document that lists versions of Windows compatible with the 2013 Mac Pro only lists installations of Windows 8 or later.
Just as previously reported, Microsoft has launched OneNote for Mac in the Mac App Store. The app is now free across all of the platforms Microsoft supports, and the Mac app includes 7GB of free cloud storage space, users who already subscribe to Office 365 will enjoy more space.
If you’ve used a computer, chances are you’ve deleted a file from your hard drive, or formatted a hard drive or memory card by mistake. UGH! bye-bye files! Or is it? Let’s take a look at uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac.
While today we take things such as graphical displays, photo and graphics editing apps, and high resolution laser printers for granted, 30 years ago the computing world was low resolution, command prompt driven, and dot-matrix printed. And then came Apple’s Mac, and a “little” thing called the Laserwriter…
Microsoft is looking to grab some market share away from connected note taking app Evernote, as it is reportedly set to release a Mac version of OneNote later this month.
Microsoft is reported to be prepping a new version of its Office for Mac productivity suite for shipping later this year. This will be the first major update for the suite in nearly four years. Now that the new version is apparently on its way, the question remains, will anyone care?
If a rumor from semi-reliable DigiTimes is to be believed, Apple will cease production of the 13-inch non-retina MacBook Pro later this year. The laptop, which was last updated in June 2012, is the only MacBook Pro model sans a Retina display.
This “how to” will walk you through the simple steps of turning on DND, and setting the different options for the feature. And don’t worry, we’ll do it very quietly, so as not to disturb anyone…
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Macphun to give away 5 codes for Focus 2 for The Mac – The excellent photo editing app that allows you to highlight the most important subjects on your photos, shift perspective and easily create selective focus, lens blur, motion blur and tilt-shift effects.
Some Mac users are reporting that after applying the OS X 10.9.2 update to their Mac, they’ve discovered that AirPlay Mirroring and extension of desktops to external displays is “broken.”
Downloads appearing on the web that claim to be cracked versions of popular Mac applications such as Pixelmator and Delicious Library in reality contain a Bitcoin stealing trojan. The OSX/CoinThief.A malware was discovered in popular Bitcoin software earlier this month by SecureMac.