All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Mac’

Bing Ads Editor for Mac Coming In The Summer

Bing Ads Editor for Mac Coming In The Summer

Microsoft announced that it’s working on a Bing Ads Editor for Mac, which will be coming early next summer. “Bing Ads Editor for Mac will make it easy for Mac users to use Bing Ads Editor to manage their search marketing campaigns on the platform of their choice A PC will no longer be a requirement for getting more done …

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Mac Users Get Microsoft Office 2016

Microsoft just released Office 2016 for Mac in 139 countries and 16 languages. It includes major updates across the entire suite of apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote). The company says this was its biggest Office for Mac beta ever thanks to customer participation, and that it collected over 100,000 pieces of feedback, which led to the releases of …

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Apple Announces Mac OS X El Capitan [WWDC]

Apple unveiled its latest version of Mac OS X at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. It’s called El Capitan. The company said the previous version – Yosemite – had the best adoption rate of any PC operating system ever, before showing off features that it hopes will help top that with the new one. El Capitan includes enhancements to …

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iPhone, Mac & App Store Give Apple Another Big Quarter

Apple released its financial results for its fiscal 2015 second quarter ended March 28. Thanks to strong performance by its iPhone, Mac and App Store businesses, the company posted 27% revenue growth and 40% EPS growth, setting records for the second quarter. The company managed to exceed Wall Street expectations. Quarterly revenue was $58 billion and quarterly net profit was …

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Google Acquires RelativeWave, Makes Form Free

Google has acquired RelativeWave, makers of Form, a mobile app protyping application for Mac. RelativeWave announced the news on its website with the following message: I’m very excited to announce that the RelativeWave team is joining Google to continue the development of Form! I speak for the team when I say that we’re incredibly humbled by what the community has …

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New Mac Mini Among Apple’s New Products

Apple announced a new Mac Mini at its big event on Thursday. It features fourth generation Intel Core processors, integrated graphics, which the company says are up to 90% faster, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Thunderbolt 2. “People love Mac mini. It’s a great first Mac or addition to your home network, and the new Mac mini is a nice upgrade packed …

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Brenda Song Goes Shopping with Mom and Younger Brother

Brenda Song was recently spotted shopping in Los Angeles with her mom Mai and younger brother Nathan. The trio hit a mall in the trendy Woodland Hills neighborhood on Friday. Onlookers said Song and her mother bought beauty products at the MAC store. Song, 26, appears close to her family, with photos of them peppered throughout her Instagram feed. The …

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Intuit Launches New QuickBooks Mac App

Intuit just announced a new QuickBooks app for Mac, offering a native desktop experience for Mac-using small businesses, which takes advantage of QuickBooks’ cloud offerings. “Small business owners who use a Mac can now access the power of the QuickBooks Online ecosystem while working with the operating system they know and love,” said Dan Wernikoff, SVP and GM of Intuit’s …

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Netflix Streams In HTML5 On Mac OS X Yosemite

On Monday, Apple revealed its newest version of Mac OS X – Yosemite. It’s available to developers now, and will be available for everyone in the fall. You can also sign up for an upcoming beta program. Netflix announced on Tuesday that it is offering HTML5 streaming in Safari on Yosemite. “We’ve been working closely with Apple to implement the …

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Apple Unveils OS X Yosemite At WWDC

Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday with the usual keynote led by Tim Cook. First on the agenda was a look at the new version of OS X. It’s called Yosemite, keeping in line with its new tradition of California-based names, which was launched by last year’s Mavericks. This was demoed by Apple’s Craig Federighi, who joked …

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Twitter’s Crashlytics Hits Mac OS X

Last year, Twitter acquired Crashlytics, a reporting tool for mobile app crashes. The company has kept the service alive as promised. The co-founders said at the time that development would continue, and it has. Today, Crashlytics announced that it is expanding beyond iOS and Android apps, and into Mac apps. Apparently they’ve had a lot of requests for a solution …

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Name Brand Vs. Drugstore Makeup Dupes

It seems beauty blogs are all the rave these days, instructing the not-so-makeup-savvy on all the latest do’s and don’ts of cosmetic application. Whether they are testing mascara brands against one another or helping us out with those entertaining and extremely helpful “how to contour” video tutorials, makeup blogs are totally in this year. While everything these glamourous blogs offer …

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Best Laptops: Here Are a Few Suggestions

As laptops have taken the main stage as the solely used computer in many households, the importance of choosing the right one has grown substantially. Things to consider when purchasing one of the best laptops are its battery life and if it can handle all of your necessary tasks. Here are the top three from a recently chosen lift of …

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OneNote Goes Free On Windows And Mac

Are you a Mac user that stares longingly at your friend’s Windows desktop wishing you had access to OneNote? Well, stare no longer as Microsoft has finally ported its note keeping app to your platform of choice. Microsoft announced this morning that OneNote is now available for Mac. With this addition, OneNote is now available on pretty much every platform, …

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Apple Security Flaw Is “As Bad As You Could Imagine”

Apple is performing an emergency software fix this week to correct a security flaw putting both iPhone and Mac users at risk. After it was brought to their attention that hackers could enter systems by email, Apple, Inc. issued an official announcement acknowledging the oversight and their team promptly began to work on updated software to protect users. On Saturday, …

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Celebrate The Mac’s 30th Birthday By Watching It Get Torn Apart

As you may already know, 30 years ago today saw the release of the Mac 128K. It was the original Macintosh computer and helped to usher in a new era of computing. If you want to read more about its history, check out what Apple had to say about it. For the rest of us, the guys at iFixIt are …

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Apple’s Original Macintosh Computer Turns 30

A couple of days ago, we reflected on the 30th anniversary of Apple’s famous “1984” ad – you know, the creepy one that aired during the Super Bowl and was directed by Ridley Scott. That ad’s purpose was to usher in a new age in personal computing, at least according to Apple. The subject of that famous ad was the …

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Antivirus Software – AVG For Mac Users Too!

Millions of Mac users can finally get on board with the AVG AntiVrus that was previously designed exclusively for PC users. Mac seems to always be last on the list – for most major software applications. Although Apple does have some amazing software designed exclusively for the Mac, most PC software is not available for the Mac OS operating system. …

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Apple Event: Updated, Cylindrical Mac Pro Unveiled

Today’s Apple event was expected to focus on the company’s newest generation of iPad tablets. Apple, however, used much of the event to debut new hardware and software for its desktop and notebook computing lineup. In addition to OS X Mavericks and a new line of Macbooks, Apple today announced what longtime Apple fans have been waiting a long time …

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Apple Brings In $35.3 Billion, Sold 31 Million iPhones In Q3

Apple’s third quarter was going to be interesting no matter how you look at it. The company hasn’t released any major hardware all year, and its year old iPhone 5 had to fight off competition coming from new devices like the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One. With all that in mind, Apple did pretty good for itself this …

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Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World Gets A Launch Trailer

Just one more turn. A lot more gamers will be saying that soon as the latest expansion for Sid Meier’s Civilization V hits PC and Mac next week. The expansion is called Brave New World and it adds a number of features and new civilizations to the base game. To be exact, Brave New World adds nine new civilizations – …

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Apple Unveils New Mac Pro At WWDC

As one of its numerous unveilings today, Apple showed off a new Mac Pro at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference. It has a new look, and is significantly smaller. You can see the side-by-side comparison here (image via TechCrunch): The new model is so much smaller, in fact, that it fits into just an eighth of the volume of the …

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Apple Unveils OS X Mavericks, The First Non-Cat In Over A Decade

Apple unveiled the next version of Mac OS X at its Worldwide Developers Conference today. For the first time in over a decade, they went with a name that doesn’t involve a cat. This is, as the company noted, because there’s simply a “dwindling supply of cats”. They’re running out of cat names. They unveiled the name as Mac OS …

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Twitter for Mac Finally Gets an Update (Seriously!)

If you thought Twitter had forgotten about the ol’ Twitter for Mac app, think again! Sure, it hadn’t had an update for over a year – but that’s all in the past. Today, Twitter launches a significant update to the app and it’s likely just the beginning. First off, Twitter for Mac now has Retina display support. “Now Twitter is …

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This Armband May Control All Your Electronics One Day

Google Glass has kickstarted a craze of wearable computing. Apple might even get in on it soon. Now others are getting into the fray with devices that may interact with other wearable computers like Glass in really unique ways. One of those other devices cashing in on the wearable computing scene is the MYO. It’s an armband that uses the …

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Apple Drops MacBook Prices, Updates Processors

Apple announced today that it is reducing prices on its MacBook Pro with Retina display line. It’s also updating the processors. The 13-inch version is now $1,499 for 122GB of flash, and $1,699 for a new 2.6 GHz processor and 256GB of flash. The 15-inchy version now comes with a 2.4 GHz quad-core processor, and the 15-inch notebook comes with …

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Origin For Mac Officially Released

Love it or hate it, if you want to play Dead Space 3, Crysis 3, or SimCity on a PC or Mac, you are going to have to download EA’s Origin platform. It’s been only one month since EA released the “Alpha” version of its Origin platform for the Mac, and today EA officially released the client for Macs. We’ll …

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Humble Indie Bundle 7 Arrives Just In Time For The Holidays

Just in time for the holidays, the Humble Indie Bundle is back with another collection of excellent indie games available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It’s the same pay what you want model, but those who pay above the average will get two extra, and might I add fantastic, games. The basic Humble Indie Bundle comes with Snapshot, The Binding …

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New Apple iMac (21.5-Inch) Released Today

Earlier this week, Apple announced that the new 21.5-inch iMac revealed last month would be available on Friday, November 30. Here we are. The machine is available through the Apple Online Store, Apple retail stores, and through select Apple Authorized Resellers. The 27-inch version will be available for order through the Apple Online Store, and will begin shipping in December. …

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Apple’s New 21.5-Inch iMac Available On Friday

Apple unveiled its new super thin iMacs last month, when it revealed the iPad Mini and fourth-generation iPad. Today, the company announced that the 21.5-inch will be available on Friday, November 30. The 21.5-inch version will be available through the Apple Online Store, Apple retail stores, and through select Apple Authorized Resellers. The 27-inch version will be available for order …

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