We’ve got another Black Friday week MacTrast Deals Duo for you, With NetSpot Pro and The Cyber Security Developer Bundle.
Parallels, the company behind the great Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac that lets you run Windows, or almost any other Intel compatible platform on your Mac, has a great bundle offer for Black Friday week.
Popular productivity app “Things” for iOS is Apple’s “Free App of the Week.” This marks the first time Cultured Code’s task management app has been offered for free. The promotion will run for a week.
Software developer RelativeWave was just bought by Google, and has announced that its previously $80 mobile app prototyping software, Form is now available for free on the Mac App Store.
You have a pile of paper on your desk so high that you can barely read these words on your monitor. Wouldn’t it be great if you could scan everything in that pile – from bills and receipts to reports, drawings, recipes, notes, business cards, photos, and everything else – no matter where you are, with no computer required.
Apple has changed the “FREE” buttons for free apps in its App Store to now read “GET.” The change has taken place on both the iOS and Mac App Stores.
It was last August when Google introduced a beta build of 64-bit Chrome for Mac to the world. After several months of testing, the company is ready to introduce a stable 64-bit version – Google Chrome 39 – to the public.
Apple released the OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update on Monday, which listed as a fix, “Improves Wi-Fi reliability.” However, Computerworld reports a number of users on Apple’s support forums are claiming they still have issues following the update, with some reporting an inability to connect at all, and others saying their Wi-Fi speeds are achingly slow.
Chinese authorities arrested three individuals on Friday that are suspected of being behind the “WireLurker” malware, which infected thousands of iOS devices via malicious Mac software users downloaded from a third-party app store.
Microsoft has put a holiday spin on its most recent MacBook Air-bashing Surface Pro 3 television ad. The ad’s jingle, set to the tune of “Winter Wonderland,” points out the Surface Pro 3’s “superior” features, and winds up with the MacBook Air user asking, “Seriously, where can I get one?”
Microsoft has unveiled Skype for Web today. The new service, still in beta, allows video and voice calls via your browser, with no downloads or plugins required.
Apple owned Beats Electronics today announced the debut of its new Solo2 Wireless on-ear headphones. The headphones, the first product release by Beats since its acquisition by Apple, are a wireless version of the wired Solo2 headphones that debuted the day following the announcement of the Apple/Beats deal.
The Best Buy Black Friday 2014 deals are out for your perusal, and if you’re willing to fight for them, you can grab some decent deals on Apple and Beats products.
If you’re a paid subscriber to the Spotify streaming music service, ($9.99 per month), you’ll be glad to know a new feature has been added that allows you to use your iPhone or iPad as a remote control for playback on your Mac.
IDC has finalized their numbers PC shipment numbers, and confirms the Mac hit its highest share of the US market ever, with 13%. Apple took third place, behind HP at 28% and Dell with 24%.
Apple has added the ability to upload images to its iCloud.com beta site for developers. The public site allows users to view, download, and delete their iCloud Photo Library images, but doesn’t currently allow uploading of photos to the library.