Quantcast

All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘os x’

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

Apple’s WWDC Kicks Off June 10th, To Focus on ‘Future of iOS and OS X’

Apple has just announced that it’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will begin this year on June 10th and run through June 14th. It’ll take place at San francisco’s Moscone West. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, April 25th, at 10 am PT. You can find information about that here. It’s important to note that to buy a ticket, you have to …

Read More

Windows Blue Is Microsoft’s Next OS, Will Move To Annual Release Cycle [Report]

Windows has always been on its own extended release cycle. Microsoft releases a new version of the OS, and then develops the next version over the next couple of years. For instance, Windows 7 released three years ago in 2009, and we’re only now just seeing the release of Windows 8. That strategy might just change next year. The Verge …

Read More

OS X Mountain Lion, Like iOS 6, Adds Facebook Integration With New Update

Apple’s big iOS update, iOS 6, is hitting iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches today, but Mac OS X Mountain Lion is also getting an update with version 10.8.2. New Facebook integration is a major component of iOS 6, and now Mac OS X is stepping up the integration as well. Among the new features of the operating system are single …

Read More

Apple OS X Mountain Lion Update Now Available

Apple’s first update for its OS X Mountain Lion operating system is now available. The update became available on Thursday afternoon and includes mostly minor bug fixes for the OS that “improve the stability and compatibility of your Mac.” The details can be seen on Apple’s support page concerning the update. Issues that have been fixed or improved with the …

Read More

Noisy Typer Turns Your Mac Into A Typewriter, Brings Out Your Inner Hemingway

Let’s say that you’re the type of person who like to wax nostalgic about the time when writers like Ernest Hemingway pecked away at a typewriter inside an unfurnished hardwood flat, while mercilessly pounding whiskey and chain-smoking. But let’s also say that you’re a person who can’t live without the modern comforts of a computer, and the thought of actually …

Read More

Apple Announces Third Quarter Earnings Call

Apple has announced the details for their third quarter earnings call. According to a post on their Investor Relations website, Apple’s quarterly conference call will take place on July 24th at 2 PM Pacific Time, 5 PM Eastern. Apple’s past two earnings reports have been pretty much nothing but good news for the Cupertino-based tech giant. The first quarter of …

Read More

Mountain Lion Getting Automatic Security Updates

Around the same time we were bringing you news that Apple had backed off on claims that Macs are immune to viruses, they released a security update for the developer preview of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Developers were alerted to the update yesterday afternoon via email and could download it via the Mac App Store. The 1.15GB update is …

Read More

Apple Backs Off On OS X Virus Immunity Claims

Two months ago we brought you news that hundreds of thousands of Mac computers were infected with the Flashback malware. While not the first malware to be specifically targeted at Macs, Flashback was somewhat unique in that it didn’t need to trick users into authorizing its installation. Instead, it exploited a flaw in Java to install on a user’s machine …

Read More

Mountain Lion Release Date: Vacation Ban Gives Clues

Earlier this week we told you that Apple might be launching OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on July 19th. New information that has surfaced today may lend some weight to that date. According to a report from MacRumors, employees at a third party company that specializes in tech support for Apple products are being told they cannot go on vacation …

Read More

Page 1 of 41234»