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Play Atari Asteroids on your computer

03/07/2011, You probably can’t get your hands on an Atari for an affordable price if you tried looking right now, so the folks over at GoPad have released the Atari Asteroids gaming controller to let you relive your yesteryears on today’s machines. The...

New Trojan infects Mac OS X and Windows

02/28/2011, Thought your shiny new Mac was safe from viruses and malware? It looks like you’ll have to throw that though out the window soon. Sophos, a security firm, has just discovered a modified variant of darkComet, a well known Remote Access Trojan (RAT)...

Apple FaceTime app now on sale on the Mac App Store

02/24/2011, It’s time to say goodbye to your FaceTime beta app on your Mac. Apple has just released the FaceTime app on the Mac App Store for all Mac users to download to satisfy their video chatting needs. The good news is the app now supports 720p HD video...

Verizon 4G LTE dongle now works for Mac

02/01/2011, Mac users rejoice – Verizon’s 4G LTE data connection is now available for users of Apple laptops and desktops. Verizon’s 4G LTE service launched late last year with support only for the Windows operating system, and announced that Mac...

Skype 5 for Mac supports group video chat

01/27/2011, Skype has updated the Mac version of its VoIP program with the release of Skype 5 for Mac. The latest version offers Skype group video calling for the first time (on a Mac) and supports as many as 10 simultaneous people chatting in an iChat-style...

Microsoft Office for Mac now available as a trial

01/25/2011, If you’ve always wanted to use Microsoft Office on your Mac computer but didn’t know if it was going to be worth forking out so much money for, great news for you. Microsoft has just announced that Microsoft Office 2011 – the latest version...

Freecom Mobile Drive Mg is the world’s thinnest drive

01/14/2011, Freecom, a manufacturer that specializes in the creation of high-end hard drives, is no stranger when it comes to world records. Back in 2008, Freecom released the world’s smallest 2.5″ external drive, and in 2009, they released the...

Mac App Store to provide incentive to product reviewers?

12/31/2010, While many of us may not like buying into marketing magic, we do now that referrals are a powerful way of marketing. Apple might be looking to capitalize on that, as the fruity company has filed a patent that would reward customers who review products. Of...

Prototype of Apple’s first portable Mac hits eBay

12/26/2010, If you happen to have plenty of money leftover after Christmas and are wondering what to do with it, you might want to check out a prototype of Apple’s first portable Macintosh, which has made it to eBay. It’s marked as a prototype and features a...

AirPlayer Allows Your Mac To Receive AirPlay Videos

12/15/2010, AirPlay is a nice way for iOS devices to stream videos to compatible devices though not everybody out there has paid the $99 to purchase the new Apple TV. Someone out there decided to come up with a clever hack to allow AirPlay to stream to the Mac, and...

Pantech’s Verizon LTE Modem Configured For Mac

12/13/2010, The fact that you can already purchase the Pantech UML290 and the LG VL600 LTE modems from Verizon is great, though the bad news is that neither officially work on a Mac with Verizon stating that OS X compatibility is on the way. Of course, patience...

Apple Releases The OSX 10.6.5 Update For Mac Users

11/10/2010, Mac users should take note that Apple has released the Mac OS X 10.6.5 update, the fifth maintenance update for Snow Leopard, via Software Update. The update offers a bunch of fixes that have been implemented since the last release of Mac OS X 10.6.4...

BlackSheep Prevents Firesheep Account Hijacking On Mac

11/09/2010, It was recently brought to your attention that the Firesheep plugin for Firefox could easily allow users on the same network to hijack your Facebook or Twitter credentials, causing many folks out there to be wary about logging into various sites on public...