If you create any kind of visual media but you can’t come close to carrying a tune, you’re probably always in search of music to complement your video creations. Tunepresto is now looking for innovators like you to test a new online musical creation platform.
Wednesday was a day of disappointment for many -- at least those of us currently rocking the iOS 4.2 gold master who were looking forward to using the new AirPrint service, which was widely believed to require yesterday’s Mac OS X 10.6.5 release. But where there’s a will, there’s a way.
Ladies and gents, 10.6.5 is now available for your software updating needs. The new update is recommended for those of you that are running Mac OS X Snow Leopard at full force. The fix helps enhance stability, compatbility and security for your Mac.
Got your attention? Of course we did--who doesn’t love great software, entertainment, and even hardware for the low, low price of free? That’s why we’re pointing you to the best Mac and iOS apps; the top sources for free music, videos, and other fun; and even the best ways to make phone calls without dropping a dime.
If you’ve been waiting anxiously to get your hands on iOS 4.2 to take advantage of the highly touted AirPrint functionality, you may want to sit down while reading this -- Apple may be delaying the feature “indefinitely” for Mac and Windows PCs, meaning it will only work with a handful of newer printers from HP.
Just two weeks after its October 26 debut, Microsoft has released the first update to Office 2011 for Mac in the form of a version 14.0.1 update, bringing security and performance enhancements to the highly praised application suite.
If you own a smartphone, your private life could be about to get a lot less private, thanks to a company called Mobile Spy, whose software allows for real-time viewing of SMS activity, instant GPS tracking and the ability to view any photos or videos taken on a handset from anywhere in the world. Creepy.
It doesn’t happen often anymore, but once in a while I’ll surf to a page that won’t open in Safari, and I get a message saying something like, “Sorry, you are using a browser that isn’t supported. Please use a supported browser.” I’m using Safari 5, if that matters. Should I just stick with Chrome or Firefox all the time?