Apple has released the fifth beta of Safari 10 for OS X Yosemite and OS X El Capitan users. This allows users who don’t want to go all in by installing macOS Sierra to test the upcoming new version of the Safari browser.
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A bug,similar to last year’s Stagefright bug which afflicted Android devices, has been found iOS & OS X which could allow an attacker access to a device’s stored passwords and files simply by sending a user a malicious image file.
A fully 64-bit version of Office 2016 is finally on its way. Microsoft has released the first drop of the 64-bit version of its venerable productivity suite to “Insider Fast Channel” members.
A new bit of Mac malware has been discovered in the wild. Bitdefender Labs has found a new piece of work, which it has named “Backdoor.MAC.Elanor.”
XwaveSoft has released their new Focus Matrix 1.0 smart task organizer application for Mac OS X. The new app is based on the famous “Eisenhower Box” productivity strategy.
Apple Maps has added public transit information for Denver, CO users on both iOS and OS X. The company continues to expand the app’s public transit support in various cities.
Popular Mac OS X image editing utility, GraphicConverter 10 has received a major update, offering a number of new features, including face recognition, collage creation, custom brushes, and the ability to work with Apple’s new Live Photos file format.
Writers of any sort should take a look at Hemingboard for Mac, the app that offers up synonyms, rhymes, and puns in any app, instantly. The OS X 10.11 El Capitan-only app is free, today only.
Bloop S.R.L. has released a new version of their popular Airmail email client for Mac OS X. Airmail 3 offers a number of new and improved features, as well as some fixes for issues found in the previous version.
If you’re not happy with the speed of file downloads on your Mac, you might want to take a look at Maxel, the download accelerator for Mac OS X, developed by indie developer Chris Li.
Opera Software has integrated a new feature into its latest developer release of its free web browser for OS X. The company is offering a free Virtual Private Network (VPN) feature.
Those who believe Apple intends to rename OS X to “MacOS” received some temporary encouragement, as Apple on Thursday posted a webpage that refers to the Mac operating system as “MacOS.” That reference has since been removed.
Apple on Wednesday released the first update for its experimental Safari Technology Preview browser.
Is your mind a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought, cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives? Then you need Scapple, the next-level mind-mapping tool for Mac OS X.
Did you ever wonder where your scroll bars went? Maybe you don’t think about it much, but before OS X Lion, scroll bars were all the rage.
Could Apple be planning to rename OS X to “macOS,” to bring it into line with the naming conventions of the software running their other popular devices, such as iOS, tvOS, and watchOS?