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Steam For Mac Launch Details Revealed

05/11/2010, With Steam for Mac set to debut tomorrow, we’ve got a little last minute information for you, thanks to the press release. The good news will come in the form of Steam Play, which allows users to purchase a game once and play it on all Steam...

More Details On Microsoft Office For Mac 2011

04/23/2010, We previously managed to snag you some screenshots of the upcoming Office 2011 for Mac, and now the folks over at Boy Genius have managed to use the upcoming Office suite, and the feedback is rather encouraging. The most notable thing about Office 2011...

DoubleTwist Brings The Android Market To Your Mac’s Desktop

03/31/2010, DoubleTwist’s latest update should be quite useful to Mac users, as it adds to its media syncing functionality for non-Apple devices like Google’s Android. The best feature of the latest version is that you’re able to browse the Android...

1984 Macintosh Runs OS X Snow Leopard

03/08/2010, How’s this for something to impress your friends? Getting OS X Snow Leopard running on a 1984 Macintosh. Of course, before you start wondering how to get Snow Leopard running on the 8MHz processor, it’s worth taking note that the innards of it...

Mac Developer License Drops To $99 A Year

03/04/2010, If you’re a Mac developer, Apple has some rather good news for you, as the fruity company has lowered its Mac developer license price to $99, which is a steep drop from the original entry point of $499. There is a downside to this though, as Mac...

Upcoming Mac mini To Sport HDMI?

03/01/2010, While there isn’t any official announcement just yet, word is going around that the latest prototypes of a new Mac mini show that it will sport a HDMI port instead of the legacy DVI connector. To further add credibility to this bit of news, a...

Mac OS X 10.3 Running On Nokia N900

01/31/2010, So you’ve seen Nokia’s N900 dual booting Maemo and Android, nothing too special about that, right? Well, what about a full blown Mac OS X 10.3 installation? Now that’s a rather impressive feat, wouldn’t you say? Thanks to the help...

Google Chrome Now Offers Extensions And Bookmark Sync

01/25/2010, Google has raised the stakes in the browser wars again, and this time, it has announced a new stable release of the Chrome browser (for Windows) which includes extensions and bookmark sync. One of the major features of Firefox is that you can add on...

iMacs Are Surprisingly Portable

12/19/2009, What do you do when you feel like playing WoW (World of Warcraft) at a café, but don’t have a laptop? Why, you bring your trusty iMac to the café and set up shop there, of course! That certainly seems like what this person pictured above is...

Apple Gets Permanent Injunction Against Psystar

12/16/2009, After a long and lengthy battle against Apple, it seems that Psystar will finally be knocked out with this latest ruling. Apple has won a permanent injunction against Psystar, and according to the ruling, the company will no longer be able to sell systems...

Windows 7 Took Some Hints From MacOS?

11/12/2009, Word is going around the Internet that Microsoft’s partner group manager, Simon Aldous, stated that try tried to imitate the Mac look and feel with Windows 7. Specifically, sources online quote him saying “What we’ve tried to do with...

PogoPlug Works With Macs Now

06/26/2009, PogoPlug has just revealed that they now support the Journaled HFS+ file system that is commonly used by Mac OS X. Whenever hooked to a user’s network, the device will add network access to USB external drives or memory sticks, where these drives...

Seagate FreeAgent Go Pro For Mac

06/24/2009, Seagate’s FreeAgent Go Pro has just been released for the Mac platform, and is one of the rare portable 2.5″ external hard drives that offer a gamut of connectivity options including FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB. Apart from that, the...