It seems that, more often than not, the rumor mill gets it right -- case in point, that recent rumor swirling around that Amazon would soon take on Netflix by offering unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows for Prime members at no extra charge.
While everyone is anticipating new MacBook Pro models this week, no one really knows for sure what new features we might see. On Monday, a couple of possibilities surfaced involving a larger trackpad and dedicated SSD storage for Mac OS X system files to allow faster performance and startup.
Regardless of what you use your computer for, there’s one thing that’s in common with all set ups: a display. There are tons of different display manufacturers to choose from with varying standards of quality, and because of this, each of your displays may not have the exact same color accuracy. There is a remedy however: your Mac's built-in Display Calibrator Assistant. Read on and we’ll show you how to ensure you’ll always see the most vivid, true color on your display.
Those of us in high school in the ’80s remember that speed as the key to time travel for Marty McFly and his pal Doc Brown in the Back to the Future movie. Telltale Games decided to bring this favorite pop/sci-fi blend to the computer screen for the enjoyment of all ages with Back to the Future: The Game. And bless them, they hit that magic speed again.
If you’re in the market for a new MacBook Pro, we’d suggest holding off on that purchase until later this week -- although in the case of Apple’s own online store, you won’t have much of a choice, anyway.
Rumors and reports, hype and excitement, two sides to two different coins, but ones always in evidence when it comes to new Apple products and refreshes of the old. As we get closer and closer to the usually scheduled release announcements, both coins get hot hot hot on both sides and all around. While this stuff can take over the news, there's still plenty going on out there, just in case, among all the noise, you missed it.
President's Day is this weekend, which means three day weekends for all! While we're happy to have an extra day off in the middle of winter, this is not exactly the kind of holiday where you bust out the barbecue and grill for your friends. No.
Instead, take this weekend to reflect on all that our Founding Fathers did to give us this great land of liberties, Hollywood, and epic weather patterns. Actually, what we're really trying to say is this: for Washington's sake, will you please crack open a history book and reflect on the American Revolution? I mean, sheesh.
If you're a fan of 8-bit graphics -- and who isn't? -- then you should swing by Neven Mrgan's cozy little home on the web and pick up his just-released Pixelfari, which is a version of Apple's Safari browser that renders everything on the internet in glorious "8-bit" stylings!
If you hate cables like we hate cables, you're going to love what Apple may be planning to do with your cables. Now, say that five times fast. If a new patent filing is any indication, Apple's engineers are looking at methods for transfering data and power via a single magsafe cable. That could mean less under desl tangled messes for everyone... well, everyone that uses a Mac.