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Razer brings plethora of gaming peripherals to the Mac

07/05/2011, When it comes to gaming on the computer, the PC beats the Mac hands down in terms of choices, so it is no surprise to see that gaming peripherals for the PC far outnumber those for the Mac platform, but that does not mean companies like Razer have left...

Mac OS X Lion: now Golden Master status

07/01/2011, If you’re excited about getting your hands on the next version of the Mac OS X operating system, Lion, you’ll be glad to know that it’s not too far away. Apple has been reported to have started seeding the Golden Master version of the operating...

Apple updates Keynote Remote app

07/01/2011, Apple has just released a new update for its Keynote Remote app. In case you’ve got no idea what this app does, it turns your iOS device into a remote control (over WiFi) for your Mac computer that’s running Keynote – Apple’s...

iVigilo turns your Mac computer into a security camera

06/28/2011, Pretty much every laptop comes with a front facing camera these days, and while not everybody makes use of it for video calling, there are other ways to make use of the camera – namely as a surveillance devices. The folks over at Naboo have just...

Duke Nukem Forever coming to the Mac platform

06/27/2011, When it comes to serious gaming, the Mac platform is clearly inferior to the Windows-based PC – but that doesn’t mean quality titles haven’t passed through the Mac OS door before. Unfortunately, one of the upcoming games for the Mac has...

Apple Stores to offer free WiFi for Mac OS X Lion upgraders

06/21/2011, We all know that Apple will be eschewing physical media for the upcoming update of its operating system (and all other apps as well) – a move that has both bad and good points. This means that Apple doesn’t have to waste money on physical...

Apple Back To School Promotion Gives $100 Mac App Store Credit

06/16/2011, We had reported a couple days ago that there were rumors that this year’s Apple Back To School promotion would be giving away $100 in Mac App Store credit instead of the usual iPod that many Apple customers had gotten accustomed to over the...

New Apple Patent Suggests Wireless Charging

06/15/2011, We all know about wireless charging with the Qi which basically lets you put your device, or devices, on a power mat to charge, eliminating the need for multiple wires and extension cords. The fact of the matter is that you would still require one power...

Apple Back To School Freebie Is iTunes Card, Not iPod?

06/14/2011, Traditionally Apple has been giving away iPods as part of their back to school promotions whenever a customer purchases a Mac computer, but if 9to5Mac has got it right, it looks like this time Apple will instead be giving away a $100 iTunes gift card....

Samsung Kies for Mac Beta is now a reality

06/03/2011, Take a look at what handset’s in your pocket – wait a minute, you’re reading this on your phone already, so why not improvise that by looking at the logo of the phone. Is it a Samsung smartphone? If you answered “Yes”, then...

Apple sends developers new build of Mac OS X 10.6.8

05/19/2011, If you’re a Mac OS X developer, then chances are pretty good that you have already received the second beta build of Mac OS X 10.6.8 – and it is said that this beta build does not come with any known issues, pointing towards a high chance of...

Mac Defender malware plagues some Mac users

05/19/2011, Apple’s machines with the Mac OS environment have long been touted for their immunity to viruses, often being made a selling point when one is undecided between choosing a PC or a Mac. Since viruses and trojans are different, the emergence of Mac...

Parallels Transporter makes moving from Windows to Mac a breeze

05/18/2011, If you’ve decided to give up your Windows desktop for a Mac computer there might be quite a lot of files that you still want from your old computer. So how do you transfer them over to your shiny new Mac computer hassle-free? That’s where...