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Logitech Alert Becomes Mac-Friendly

11/14/2012, Logitech has announced that the Logitech Alert Commander application for Mac is now available to the public. As its name indicate Alert Commander is the “brains” of the surveillance setup and can turn a computer into a surveillance center...

Clear for Mac productivity app offers iCloud syncing

10/31/2012, We don’t usually write about task management apps, especially when they are lame and boring. But this one has definitely earned its rightful place in today’s sea of productivity apps. If you love the Clear to-do list app on your iPhone, brace...

Call of Duty: Black Ops arrives on Macs on September 27th

09/21/2012, Call of Duty: Black Ops has been around for quite some time. In fact, the Windows users have been lucky enough to be able to play it ever since 2010. However, Mac users weren’t so lucky and haven’t been able to lay their hands on the game...

SimCity on Mac arrives in February 2013

08/14/2012, Electronic Arts has just announced that their famous SimCity franchise where those who have a God complex would love to play, will be able to enjoy the game on Macs from Apple sometime in February next year, where it will come in the form of a digital...

Windows malware intrudes iOS App Store

07/24/2012, Although some Apple enthusiasts will often say that you won’t have to worry about dealing with malware and virus threats on your Mac or iOS device, recent reports are suggesting otherwise. A user named “deesto” posted a note to an Apple...

Evernote for Mac updated with Retina support and Activity Stream

07/18/2012, Popular notetaking app Evernote introduced the Activity Stream to the Windows platform last month. Today, the same feature has been added to the Evernote app for Mac. If you’ve seen the feature on a Windows PC, the Activity Stream is actually a...

Noisy Typer for Mac simulates the sound of a typewriter

07/17/2012, Noisy Typer – a typewriter for your laptop. from Theo Watson on Vimeo. While some users prefer a keyboard where the keys are soft and relatively silent, there are users who prefer the “clack” sound of keyboards like the IBM Model M back in the...