In what is perhaps the most concrete evidence so far that the new Macs will have 802.11ac WiFi, a snippet of code from the OS X 10.8.4 beta has been unearthed by 9to5Mac, indicating just that.
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Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Below is the preview for “Space Shift” by @MikailDesign who holds several other designs on his Deviant Art profile. Maik wohnt auf Deutschland and is…
The iPad and Mac versions of the popular RRS app Reeder will be updated soon to Version 2.0 to add all the features currently in the iPhone edition. Now the developer, Silvio Rizzi has good news for anyone who hasn’t downloaded either version. Reeder for iPad and Reeder for Mac will both be available free until the release of version 2.0
Mozilla has released Firefox 20, which includes a number of significant improvements to the browser. They include the ability to initiate a private browser session without needing to open a new window or closing your current session, the ability to kill a hung plugin, a new download manager, and more.
Adobe plans to end sales of the boxed versions of Creative Suite and Acrobat software. Several resellers have reported a cutoff date of May 1st for purchasing the boxed set of Adobe Creative Suite.
Yup, there’s another Java vulnerability you should know about. Researchers from security firm FireEye are warning users of yet another new Java zero-day vulnerability.
If you’ve ever used the Wordpress editor to post a blog entry, you know what a pain it can be to use. Like any web based editor, it has its own little quirks, and if you use it insider various browsers, they bring their own quirks to the party. Is there a better way?
My favorite type of simulator has always been one I could just figuratively hop in the cockpit, learn a few simple controls, and then fly like a big shiny bird. That’s why I was pleased to get the opportunity to try out Aerofly FS from iPACS.
A number of Apple employees had their Macs infected by visiting the popular iPhoneDevSDK forum. It’s believed that employees from Facebook, and most likely numerous other companies, were compromised as well.
We reviewed an earlier version of Magican last year, in December. At that point, Magican was still getting its feet wet a adapting to the mainstream. At the request developer’s request, we take another look at this cleaner app.
Mozilla today released Firefox 19. Its main new feature is a built in PDF viewer, which means you’ll no longer have to download a PDF file, and then open it with Preview.
Apple is in the third and final leg of its “Get Stuff Done” promotion in the Mac App Store, and has unveiled ten discounted Mac apps designed to simplify workflows on the Mac. This week’s collection of discounted apps is under the umbrella of “Utilize.”
A startup company called Rabbit has launched a closed beta of their “video chat and content sharing application”. Perhaps the best way to describe it is a modern implementation of instant messaging. With video added, of course.
Adobe issued a security bulletin on Thursday announcing that it was releasing updates to the Flash Player to address a pair of security holes targeting Mac and Windows users.
Origin has hit the Mac, and here’s to hoping that it works better than the Windows version. Previously released in a private Alpha, it is now available for all to download.
Bitcasa has announced that its Infinite Drive cloud storage system has launched, and is now available on the Mac and iOS devices. This is in addition to support that existed during beta testing for Android, Windows, Windows RT, and Google Chrome.