As expected, Microsoft has released a preview version of Visual Studio for Mac. The new release brings Microsoft’s popular developer tools to the Mac for the first time.
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The Amazon app for iOS will now let you X-ray a package. No, not the delivery guy’s, the one you just received from Amazon.
Microsoft has released a security update for its Office 2016 for Mac productivity suite of applications.
The FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds are back, and they’re better than ever! Plus, the price has been cut to just $29.95!
The Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service now offers a $14.99 per month “Family Plan.” The new option allows up to six family members to access the service simultaneously.
The Taiwanese government on Wednesday asked Apple and Google to delete ride-hailing service Uber’s app from their respective App Stores.
The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is becoming available at select Apple retail stores.
There are a number of new banks and credit unions offering support for Apple Pay, including financial institutions in the U.S., China, and Russia.
Apple has made good on its promise to purge the iOS App Store of “orphan” titles, pulling somewhere around 47,300 titles from the store in October alone.
Apple can remove ports from any device or computer it wants and get away with it, but it appears they’d best leave the butt peach alone.
Other World Computing (OWC) has released their ThunderBay 4 mini four-bay production RAID designed for SSDs.
The new MacBook Pro models featuring the new Touch Bar do not have removable SSD flash memory. Ruling out any possible future storage upgrades.
These A-Audio Legacy Noise Cancelling Headphones with 3-Stage Technology offer patented 3-Stage Technology.
Nintendo’s much anticipated endless runner game, Super Mario Run will be available in the App Store for iOS devices on December 15.
“Designed by Apple in California,” chronicles 20 years of Apple design. The new tome includes 450 photos of past and present Apple products, covering products ranging from the 1998 iMac to 2015’s Apple Pencil.
Pixelmator 3.6 Cordillera brings full support for Apple’s new macOS Sierra operating system, as well as support for the new Touch Bar found on the latest MacBook Pro models.