Best Mac Reminders App

This is the Coolest Mac App I’ve Seen in a Long Time, and it’s Ridiculously Simple

By on June 23, 2015 at 2:35 PM.

This is the Coolest Mac App I’ve Seen in a Long Time, and it’s Ridiculously Simple

Sometimes things don’t have to be very complex to have an impact. In fact, Apple’s entire design esthetic focuses on the “less is more” philosophy, and the associated principles clearly have an influence on many iOS and OS X developers. Case in point: One of the coolest Mac apps I’ve seen in a long time is also one of the simplest Mac apps I’ve seen in a long time. More →

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iOS Security Flaw

Warning: Major iPhone Security Flaw Lets Hackers Steal All Your Passwords

By on June 17, 2015 at 10:31 AM.

Warning: Major iPhone Security Flaw Lets Hackers Steal All Your Passwords

A very serious security flaw in Apple’s iOS mobile platform and its OS X desktop operating system has been discovered by security researchers and seemingly acknowledged by Apple. Using the flaw, hackers can build an app that is capable of stealing any and all passwords saved in Apple’s Keychain. Additionally, the same flaw can reportedly be used to steal passwords directly from third-party apps as well as Apple’s own apps. More →

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WWDC 2015 is underway: First up, Apple unveils OS X El Capitan

By on June 8, 2015 at 1:14 PM.

WWDC 2015 is underway: First up, Apple unveils OS X El Capitan

It’s time to batten down the hatches, Apple fans… WWDC 2015 is upon us. Apple’s huge developer conference kicks off each year with a big keynote presentation where Apple CEO Tim Cook and his colleagues take us through all of Apple’s new hardware and software that will be released in the coming months.

This year’s event is set to be an action-packed one indeed, and now things are finally underway. More →

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iOS, Android, Windows, Mac Malware

Linux creator says Windows, OS X, iOS and Android are all malware

By on May 26, 2015 at 6:50 AM.

Linux creator says Windows, OS X, iOS and Android are all malware

Richard Stallman, known for his instrumental role in the creation of Linux, has written an opinion piece arguing that nearly any operating system you might use today can be considered malware, and that goes for popular mobile platforms as well as desktop operating systems. More →

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OS X Yosemite Rootpipe Security Vulnerability

‘Rootpipe’ OS X Yosemite security vulnerability not as patched as initially believed

By on April 22, 2015 at 6:50 AM.

‘Rootpipe’ OS X Yosemite security vulnerability not as patched as initially believed

A “Rootpipe” backdoor in various Mac OS X versions, or a security flaw that could give hackers full access to a Mac without authentication, was supposedly patched by Apple in an OS X 10.10.3 update earlier that month. But it looks like the patch doesn’t quite fix the security flaw, The Hacker News reports, as Yosemite computers are still vulnerable to Rootpipe-based attacks. Furthermore, Macs running OS X 10.9 or later have not been patched, and it’s likely they won’t be. More →

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Duet Display Download for iOS and OS X

The app that puts Yosemite on your iPad’s screen is finally available to download

By on December 19, 2014 at 9:15 PM.

The app that puts Yosemite on your iPad’s screen is finally available to download

Duet Display is a brand new application that lets users repurpose old and new iOS devices including the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and turn them into handy second displays for OS X laptops and desktops — and it’s available for download right now. More →

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Hidden OS X Features

10 secret OS X features hidden inside your Mac

By on December 17, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

10 secret OS X features hidden inside your Mac

Apple recently updated its desktop operating system OS X to version 10.10, also known as Yosemite. The latest version of OS X packs tons of new features beneath a sleek redesign of the user interface, but most Mac computer users likely haven’t even mastered all of the features that were already available in OS X.

We recently told you how to access a nifty paint app that Apple hid on your Mac, and now we have a list to share that identifies 10 interesting OS X features that you might not have known about. More →

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Mac Hidden App

Did you know there’s a hidden paint app on your Mac? Here’s how to find it

By on December 6, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

Did you know there’s a hidden paint app on your Mac? Here’s how to find it

Apple’s OS X 10.10 Yosemite software introduced so many new features that users will still be trying to learn them several months after installing the update. But OS X also has some old features that you might not know about. In fact, there’s a hidden paint program on your Mac computer that has been sitting right under your nose this whole time, and a recent pose will show you how easy it is to find. More →

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Apple Mac OS X History

The complete history of Mac OS X gets broken down in one brilliant illustrated guide

By on December 5, 2014 at 9:05 PM.

The complete history of Mac OS X gets broken down in one brilliant illustrated guide

Want to see how OS X has evolved over the years? If so then you should check out this complete guide posted over at Git-Tower that uses well done cartoons to illustrate all of the different giant cats that Apple has used to define its platforms over the years, from Cheetah to Leopard to Mountain Lion. More →

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Christmas Shopper Simulator Download

New ‘Christmas Shopper Simulator’ game lets you destroy a mall and ruin Christmas

By on December 5, 2014 at 12:00 PM.

New ‘Christmas Shopper Simulator’ game lets you destroy a mall and ruin Christmas

With the holidays fast approaching and plenty of Christmas shopping left to be done, people are often under a tremendous amount of stress during this time of the year. Blowing off some steam is always a good idea, but there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about things.

The wrong way is to randomly scream at friends or family for no good reason. The right way is to download Christmas Shopper Simulator and wreak havoc in a virtual mall. More →

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iOS 8 Jailbreak Download

The untethered iOS 8 jailbreak tool for Mac OS X has finally arrived

By on November 10, 2014 at 4:58 PM.

The untethered iOS 8 jailbreak tool for Mac OS X has finally arrived

If you’ve been waiting for an untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 8 that works on OS X, the wait is finally over. Pangu released the latest version of its jailbreak tool this weekend, giving Mac users the ability to jailbreak their mobile devices without having to find a Windows PC or load up a virtual machine. The jailbreak is compatible with all iOS 8 devices, including the iPhone 4S/5/5s/5c/6/6 Plus, the iPad/Air/Air 2/mini/mini 2/mini 3 and the iPod touch. More →

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Yosemite Guide

The most comprehensive guide you’ll find to everything new in Yosemite

By on October 20, 2014 at 12:46 PM.

The most comprehensive guide you’ll find to everything new in Yosemite

Apple on Thursday finally released the latest and greatest version of its desktop operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The new software features a complete visual overhaul, with all new graphical elements that bring parts of the flat new look in iOS to Mac computers. But beyond the visual changes, Yosemite is packed full of great new features that add tons of new functionality to Apple’s desktop and laptop computers.

Now, you just have to learn it all. More →

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iOS OS X Handoff How To Use

A comprehensive guide to using 2014’s coolest new iOS and OS X feature

By on October 18, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

A comprehensive guide to using 2014’s coolest new iOS and OS X feature

The coolest new feature that spans across both iOS and OS X announced this year has definitely been the Handoff feature that will let you quickly move information and data between iOS devices and your Mac. 9to5Mac’s Sarah Guarino has put together a fantastic guide for how to use this new feature, which iPhone owners can finally use now that Apple has released OS X Yosemite. More →

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