Although the latest developer betas for iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite have been released in tandem thus far, 9to5Mac reported Tuesday the rollout of these mobile and desktop operating system updates may be staggered when they finally arrive this fall...
Are you one of those people who likes to organize your life around to-do lists? If so, Mavericks’ Reminders app is here to help. Just as on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, Reminders makes it easy to create to-dos and synchronize them seamlessly with all your devices using iCloud — with any changes made on one appearing on all the others.
If you love Facebook, you now have extra incentive to stay within those gated walls: On Tuesday, the social network announced the launch of Save on Facebook, a new option that delivers a built-in "read later" style service for saving links, places, and even movie, TV, or music pages for quick, easy access from mobile or web. Save on Facebook is rolling out to iOS, Android, and web "over the next few days," so keep an eye out for it as you're perusing this edition of the Mac|Life Morning Report!
In the past, we showed you how to use the text shortcuts in Terminal to move the text cursor between the beginning of the text line, the end of the text line, and how to remove characters in between. However, as we recently discovered, this same keyboard technique also works in some other places system-wide. Continue reading and we'll show you how to use these text shortcuts in Safari and other places.
Welcome to the first installment of the MacLife.com Morning Report, where we'll round up the latest and greatest news for your consumption each weekday as the sun rises. We're kicking things off with a trio of Apple stories, including iTunes Festival's return to merry old England this fall...
Fancy some two-day shipping with your next Amazon order? The Telegraph reported Thursday that Amazon Prime customers throughout the European Union can now enjoy the same 48-hour delivery service Americans already take for granted on more than three million products, all at no extra change. Europeans, before you go rushing off to place your next Amazon order, stick with us through the rest of the Overnight Recap!
Time Machine: it's always been there and you've probably always used it. But what you may not have known is that you can tweak things around on your Mac to make the ubiquitous backup app a little more powerful. Here are ten tips to help you rev up Time Machine.
Mad Catz’s F.R.E.Q. M purports to be a gaming device — which the longtime peripheral maker is known for producing — but it’s actually a rather versatile all-purpose headset for iOS (or Mac) users. The foldable cans pump out great stereo sound with music and movies as well as they do with games, and the built-in mic means you can take calls with decently clear back-and-forth audio without having to shed the headset. But all of that functionality comes at a rather steep price — one that makes for a tougher sell than expected.