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Apple patent reveals Kinect-like input for controlling computers

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...

WinOnX runs Windows apps on your Mac

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...

Siri functionality on your Mac?

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...

Mac OS X Lion adoption seems to have plateaued according to report

11/11/2011, Apple’s Mac OS X Lion was launched some time in the middle of the year and was met with both praise and criticism, much like everything else in life. However it appears that in this case, the critics may have been on to something as web as publisher...

Iomega launches eGo Mac Edition Portable Hard Drive

11/10/2011, Looking to buy a portable hard drive for your Mac computer? You might want to give the new eGo Mac Edition from Iomega a shot – especially if you’re known for having butterfingers. Iomega has just announced its latest Mac-oriented hard drive that...

Ultra-thin 15″ Mac notebook closer to being put into production

10/31/2011, A while back there has been some talk of Apple possibly creating an ultra-thin Mac notebook, which many seem to think that it will be inspired by the MacBook Air’s ultra-thin unibody design. No word on what sort of Mac notebook this will be, although a...

Mac OS X trojan attacks websites from your computer

10/26/2011, Mac computers have been known to be rather resilient against virus’s and malware, but that doesn’t mean that Mac users should be taking that for granted, especially since hackers have managed to port over of the Linux/Tsunami trojan horse onto Mac OS...

Shake to Undo your mistakes

10/18/2011, We all know how iOS popularized multi-touch functionality on touchscreen devices, not to mention change the way we interact with software as well as play games. Well, it seems as though the next step of interaction with your machine would include more...

Parallels Desktop 7 lets you run Windows 8 on your Mac

10/06/2011, Mac users who are keen on trying out Windows 8 on their Mac machines will be pleased to know that there’s a solution for you in the form of an app called Parallels Desktop 7. In case you didn’t know, Parallels Desktop 7 is a Mac app that...

Magic FrogPad turns your Apple Magic Trackpad into a keyboard

10/03/2011, Love your Magic Trackpad and wish that you could use it for everything including typing? Well, you’re in luck. The folks over at FrogPad have come up with a new accessory called the Magic FrogPad that turns your Apple Magic Trackpad into a compact...

Mac computers’ Thunderbolt ports will support optical cables

09/27/2011, Instead of following the PC and equipping their computers with USB 3.0 ports, Apple has equipped their Mac computers with Intel’s Thunderbolt standard instead. While there is a possibility that future Macs may adopt USB 3.0, for now it looks like if...

OSX/flashback.A malware discovered for Mac

09/27/2011, While in general, Mac computers are less prone to viruses and malware, there are still a couple that manage to slip in under the radar from time to time. A while back we reported on a malware that disguised itself as part of Adobe Flash’s installation,...