02/28/2012, You know what they say, “there’s an app for everything”. Well, almost, I am quite sure no app in this world is able to solve the stupidity as well as violence that we see occur among humankind, but to see your Mac computer transform into a home alarm system? That is definitely something new. Known as the Orbicule Witness, this unique device will rely on the Mac’s iSight camera as […]
02/10/2012, Whether you’re a fan of Macs or not, there’s no doubt that Apple made a significant impact in the world of mobile computing when it released the MacBook Air. Premium, ultrathin notebooks that could perform well and last long longer than a couple of hours unplugged weren’t exactly common back then. The MacBook Air set the benchmark for what would become known as ultrabooks now. Well, if rumors prove to […]
02/07/2012, Word on the street has it that there are several updated user interface elements located in the latest OS X Lion version that points toward the possibility of Macs in the future which will have a higher resolution count – a large sized Retina Display, if you will. After all, if you are sharp enough to take note of your mouse pointer, then surely your eye would be able to […]
02/03/2012, Could the next iMac feature a touchscreen? Well, it looks like it might be a possibility – according to a recently discovered patent that has been filed by Apple. The patent describes a computer desktop that computer that has a touchscreen display. However it goes beyond regular touchscreen controls – the patent describes a series of hybrid knob and slider controls that people can use to control the software without […]
02/02/2012, id Software’s latest first person shooter, RAGE, has been out on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for awhile now, and it looks like Mac users will finally get to experience the game on their desktop and laptop computers. Bethesda announced today the availability of RAGE: Campaign Edition for the OS X operating system. In addition to the complete original game, the Campaign Edition will also include Wasteland sewer […]
01/23/2012, Are you a fan of the Microsoft Surface but wished it wasn’t running Windows? Well, if iOS or Mac OS is more of your operating system of choice, this concept design from Adam Benton might be right up your alley. Posted on MacLife.com, the iDesk shows us what it would be like to have an Apple worktable. Use the desk like a giant touchscreen Mac, transfer files to and fro […]
01/20/2012, If you want to create an eBook using Apple’s iBooks Author app, make sure you read the End User License Agreement before starting anything. According to reports online, all books created with iBooks Author can only be distributed and sold by Apple. This means that your iBooks Author created masterpiece can’t be sold anywhere else. Here’s what the restriction has to say: “If you charge a fee for any book […]
12/14/2011, If you own a Mac computer that’s paired up with a compact-sized keyboard instead of a regular one and you’re missing the functionality of a dedicated keypad, you’re in luck. There are plenty of solutions to choose from in the market, and we’ve got one more to add to the list – the Bluetooth Calculator Keypad from SMK-Link. The keypad gives you the dedicated numerical and mathematical keys that are […]
12/12/2011, For the most part, most of your everyday computer hardware tends to be both Windows and Mac compatible, such as external hard drives (formatting could be different but that depends on the user some times), speakers, displays, etc. Well the good news for Mac users looking for a bit of exclusivity is that Netgear has launched a WiFi router that supposedly has been tailored to Mac users.
12/12/2011, It sure looks like the end of the year is a great period for achieving milestones. Last week we reported that the Android Market hit 10 billion downloads, and today Apple has announced that its Mac App Store has surpassed 100 million downloads. Considering that the Mac App Store has been open in less than a year, that’s a pretty impressive feat. Apple’s other, more established store: the Apple App […]
12/08/2011, It seems like gesture-based control is the in thing now thanks to a recent patent filed by Apple. The recently published patent revealed that Apple had plans to implement a system that would allow users to interact with their Mac computers via gestures, a system that we guess could be comparable to Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect system.
12/05/2011, The Mac Pro is currently about 15 months old since its last refresh. Unlike its other Mac siblings, the iMac, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, the Mac Pro has yet to see a refresh in 2011 and many are wondering if there is even a plan for a refresh, and thanks to Mac OS X 10.7.3 beta, there may be some evidence discovered that points to a possible Mac Pro […]
11/18/2011, If you’ve recently changed from Windows to a Mac computer, you’ll probably have trouble locating alternatives to some of the apps you’ve been using all this while. Sure, there are a lot of apps that are available on both platforms, but some of them cost money and you don’t want to pay for them twice. What do you do then? You can choose to install Windows on your Mac and […]
11/13/2011, One of the iPhone 4S’ strength would be the inclusion of Siri, your virtual talking assistant who is able to help you out in a variety of situations, although a lot of it depends on the plug-ins that it works with in the background, in addition to whether your accent is clear enough for Siri to understand. How about Siri making its way to a desktop machine, like the Mac? […]