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Apple Maps’ turn-by-turn navigation still M.I.A for Australians

11/01/2012, During the whole fiasco with Apple Maps, it was suggested that one of the reasons Apple decided to drop Google Maps and release their own solution early was due to a couple of reasons, one of them being that Google had reportedly refused to include voice...

Lord of the Rings Online finally gets a Mac client

11/01/2012, One of the drawbacks to owning a Mac is that not many games are released which are compatible with both Windows and Mac. Usually Mac compatible games are released later and while installing Bootcamp with Windows is an option, we guess it might be an...

Apple sued over FaceTime by company holding a single patent

11/01/2012, Patent trolls seem to crawl out of their caves in recent memory, and in a rather surprising move (hey, this is America that we are talking about, where just about anything can happen), Intercarrier Communications of Texas who owns a single patent for...

Fusion Drive support on legacy Macs with Mountain Lion

11/01/2012, A developer shared that the recently introduced Fusion Drive will have built in support for OS X Mountain Lion, allowing it to be compatible with the hybrid storage device – allowing Macs that did not come configured otherwise to make full use of...

Mac OS X 10.8.3 beta being prepared

11/01/2012, It seems that from today onward, Apple has started to invite developers to give the next update to the Mountain Lion operating system a go, which more or less points toward the viability of a OS X 10.8.3 beta version in the pipeline. It seems that...

Lightning-to-USB cable works like a charm

10/31/2012, China might be labeled as the world’s supermarket in the eyes of some, but they do come up with some pretty interesting devices from time to time, although it more often than not appears to be to the chagrin of some other companies where intellectual...

iTunes accepting relief donations for Hurricane Sandy victims

10/31/2012, Hurricane Sandy, which devastated the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern parts of the U.S., is considered to be the largest recorded Atlantic hurricane in terms of diameter, with winds reaching 1,100 miles. Now Apple is working with the American Red Cross...

Apple Is Keeping Siri Out Of The Loop

10/31/2012, Poor Siri. She gets asked a bunch of stupid questions on a daily basis, and although Apple hardcodes the most common answers, she still looks really silly sometimes. Even worse: she may be the last to know about Apple’s regime change, and that her...

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...

Apple faces new patent lawsuit concerning FaceTime

10/31/2012, Apple’s video calling software application known as FaceTime is a strong selling point in today’s tough consumer electronics industry. But the tables could turn, now that the Cupertino-based tech behemoth is receiving a blow out of the water....

iPad mini reportedly arriving early to some customers

10/31/2012, One lucky Apple customer in France has just received a pre-ordered iPad mini ahead of the official launch. French website iGen.fr was able to post the first ever actual images of the iPad mini from the reader who reportedly pre-ordered the tablet through...

Pearltrees 1.0 offers Pearltrees Premium with privacy features

10/31/2012, We have published several times about Pearltrees private and public beta version on the web, its updates and the launch of the mobile versions for iPad and iPhone. Pearltrees is a collaborative and visual curation tool that allows users to organize and...