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This week’s Kickstarter of the week is one of those products you look at, and can’t believe someone hasn’t thought of it before. The ChargeDrive is just that useful.
When I think of the French, I think of delicious sauces and gravies, fine wine, the Eiffel Tower, and the French Underground. I do not think of them as the inventor of the App Store.
I love fall, especially the leaves and colors. Rich ambers, oranges, and maroons begin to display in remarkable ways. Celebrating nature’s beauty, two wallpapers below show fall foliage. First, the pumpkin picture, “Fall Harvest,” is taken by @jonnyb098 and is available for iPhone and iPad.
One of my favorite features in OS X Mavericks so far is the addition of the Apple Maps app. Did you know, you can get driving directions in the Mavericks Maps app, and then wirelessly send them to your iOS device for use on the road, or even print them out for use by your device-less friends and relatives? Here’s how.
Apple is now offering iOS App Developers a free copy of OS X Server. While OS X Server is an extra charge for customers via the Mac App Store, it’s provided free to Mac developers. The free offer for iOS developers is part of Apple’s promotion of Xcode 5.0.1′s new automated continuous integration feature.
The Space Gray version of the first-generation non-Retina iPad mini has quietly appeared in several Apple retail stores. The new model has been available in Apple’s online store since Tuesday.
#Friday5 is a weekly giveaway that rewards 5 of our Twitter followers with a free copy of either a Mac or iOS app each and every Friday! Cool huh? But wait, there’s more…. one of the lucky five will also pocket a $20 iTunes voucher! Hurrah!
iFixIt has performed their famous teardown procedure on both the 13-inch and 15-inch models of the new MacBook Pros, and while they are truly things of beauty inside, they both get lousy scores for repairability, just 1 out of 10.
Even though none of the announced and rumored iOS 7 compatible gamepads has hit the market yet, competition among the devices, both real and rumored continues to heat up.
Apple is now selling OS X Lion and Mountain Lion via its online Apple Store. You won’t get a physical DVD or USB stick, you’ll get a code to redeem in the Mac App Store.
Wednesday and Thursday saw Apple releasing updates for its 2013 iMacs. The iMac SMC Firmware Update 1.1 addresses an issue with Power Nap, while the iMac 10.8.5 Supplemental Update 1.0 offers fixes for an external drive issue and a problem with some USB Bluetooth adapters.
How are the kids in the Los Angeles Unified School District going to learn math if the folks who run the district can’t do any cipherin’ themselves?
When Apple announced on Tuesday that it would still be selling the iPad 2 alongside the new iPad Air and Retina display iPad mini, not a few observers were at least mildly perplexed. How could Apple still sell such ancient technology? Because you’re still buying it, that’s why!
So, if all of the great features of Mavericks, and its SUPER low price, (Um, FREE!) , haven’t enticed you to upgrade to the latest and greatest version of OS X yet, here’s another point in its favor: Adobe’s Flash Player is sandboxed in Safari version 7.0, to make your computer run better, and more securely.
Apple has issued a firmware update for the Apple TV today, bringing the firmware up to version 6.0.1, build number 11B511d.
You may have seen the new “Pencil” iPad Air commercial, and listened to the smooth, pleasant tones of the narrator talking about the “extremely simple,” yet “extremely powerful” device. Did you know who that voice belongs to?