09/08/2011, Heads up Mac OS X users, a security flaw has been spotted in Apple’s Preview application, the default app used to open image and PDF files. It was discovered by Christian Kienle, a developer for several Mac apps, and while it may not seem like a huge flaw, for those who deal with sensitive PDF files on a daily occasional basis this could be an issue.
09/06/2011, Fans of DotA (Defense of the Ancients) should probably be aware of the game League of Legends, whose gameplay and heroes have been largely inspired by the former. Unfortunately it has been limited to just PCs, although there have been reports of a Mac version being made available, not to mention beta clients and servers that have also been set up.
09/02/2011, There are plenty of iOS speaker docks around and speaker systems for the Mac, just walk into any Apple store or Apple reseller and you’ll know what I mean, but more variety can’t hurt right? If the offerings at the moment aren’t to your fancy, XtremeMac has just announced four new audio systems that have been tailored for iOS and Mac owners in mind.
09/02/2011, Apple has always liked doing things their way, which can be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it. On one hand, by doing their own thing Apple has managed to set themselves apart from the rest of the pack, but on the other hand certain aspects have caused some of their users a bit of headache. For example when the first iPod was released it […]
08/31/2011, If you own a Magic Trackpad, and thinking to yourself – is there anything it can’t it do? Well for one, it can’t replace the numpad that isn’t present on Apple’s latest Mac keyboards anymore – unless you have Mobee’s Magic Numpad. If you sorely miss the functionality of a numpad on your Mac, this might be solution to your problem. The Mobee Magic Numpad is comprised of “Magic Film” […]
08/22/2011, A while back there were rumors that Apple had plans to launch a brand new Mac, which some had speculated that perhaps it might be an ultra-thin 15” MacBook. As to whether it would be a 15” MacBook Air or perhaps a replacement for the 15” MacBook Pro is still unknown, but it seems that there are new rumors by macotakara.jp who claims that Apple has plans to launch a […]
08/19/2011, Unsure where to go for your next holiday destination or know where to go but don’t know what to do? Fortunately there are plenty of solutions out there to help you with that problem. KAYAK has recently launched KAYAK Explore – an interactive travel planning app that helps you to plan the perfect vacation. KAYAK Explore lets users search for the best rates and resorts all over the world.
08/17/2011, Apple has just released the very first update for OS X Lion, four weeks after the launch of the operating system. The update which bumps Lion OS X up to version 10.7.1 comes in two versions – one for the latest MacBook Air and Mac Mini computers and another one for older machines that upgraded to the new OS. Both updates fix general bugs and issues with the operating system, […]
08/16/2011, Folks who don’t want to spend precious bandwidth and downloading the update for their Mac computers to OS X Lion – we’ve got some great news for you. The option to purchase a USB thumb drive with Lion OS X is available now. The drawback is you’ll have to spend more than double the amount than if you were to download it, but the good thing is that it’ll save […]
08/12/2011, While the concept of installing projectors into your smartphones isn’t exactly new, it seems that Apple has a patent filed for what appears to be a pico projector. The patent is called “Projected display shared workspaces” and while pico projectors already exist, I guess Apple being Apple decided to do things their way.
08/10/2011, Interested in getting your hands on a Bluetooth keyboard that not only works with a variety of iOS devices but also for your Mac as well? If you are shopping for such a keyboard it looks like Elecom may have the solution for you in the form of the TK-FBP030E Bluetooth keyboard.
08/02/2011, Sometimes we just have too many devices but not enough ports, and if you own a Mac and you’re faced with such a problem, it looks like Iomega has a solution for you as they have unveiled today the Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive that doubles up as an external hard drive and at the same time provides extra USB ports for your other peripherals.
07/29/2011, If you enjoyed playing Time Crisis in the arcade back when you were younger, it appears that Namco, the company behind the game, has put out a free app for iPhones called the iGunCon which basically mimics the same light guns that Namco used back then. Essentially the app will turn your iPhone into a virtual gun that can be used with Namco’s games.
07/29/2011, They say never to put all your eggs in one basket, so it was quite a relief many years ago to see Intel play nice with Apple, and having Microsoft jump aboard to deliver Office on the Mac? That was a surreal experience, and today’s generation might not even realize that there was no such thing as Office for Mac twenty years ago. Well, since there is an ever growing […]