If you love media streamer Plex like we do and own an Apple TV, you've no doubt been frustrated by the lack of progress on a jailbreak for the third-generation hardware. But thanks to PlexConnect, it may not matter much anymore.
Tuesday finally saw Apple pull the trigger on the latest update to OS X Mountain Lion, and as usual for Cupertino, the release notes barely scratched upon the biggest improvement: No more viewing iMessages out of order on the Mac! But Apple was busy on other fronts, satisfying local government with a report on its new Campus 2 project while preparation has begin for WWDC 2013. Read on to find out more details!
Remember when you could only find Apple Stores in the busiest hubs of the nation's largest cities? That's increasingly not the case, as evidenced by the detective work of tipsters at ifoAppleStore that revealed possible openings scheduled for Woodbridge, Virginia; Lawrenceville, New Jersey; and Farmington, Utah. The locations were determined by inference from job postings in the relevant areas.
The days leading up to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference are always a frenzied affair, a bundled mass of nerves and anticipation filled with rumors, spy shots and black-draped banners. It's only natural to expect big things from this year's keynote, but like any Apple event, people are sure to be disappointed. So before the big day arrives, I thought I'd help temper expectations a bit by breaking down the odds — with an emphasis on design, of course.
Just ahead of next week's WWDC, Intel today announced the release of its latest brand of processors, which have been known as "Haswell" in the rumors bandied about over the past few months. According to Intel, the new processors allow for a 50 percent improvement in battery life for notebooks--the largest "ever achieved by Intel"--in addition to providing a graphical experience that's twice as powerful as those offered by their predecessors. The new processors are expected to feature prominently in Apple's anticipated Mac reveals at WWDC.
World War Z for iOS may not feature Brad Pitt or focus on specific events in the upcoming film adaptation of the bestselling novel, but it does create the ideal environment for drawing you into the apocalyptic world envisioned by author Max Brooks. Unlike most movie tie-ins, World War Z is more than interactive propaganda, and will please both fans eagerly awaiting the film and gamers looking for a solid mobile action shooter.
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When the Ace Attorney series arrived on the scene several years ago, it was unlike anything that players had previously experienced. Combining the thrills of a TV courtroom drama with point-and-click adventure elements and distinctly Japanese design sensibilities, the series proved that anything--even something as seemingly banal as being a lawyer--could be turned into a great video game if it was handled correctly. Now the series is back, and in some ways better than ever, with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD.
There’s a point where an add-on becomes almost intrinsically linked to an operating system; you even get a little itchy when that add-on isn’t running. That’s pretty much how Alfred makes us feel whenever we restart a Mac and a little bowler hat isn’t present in the menu bar.
Who wouldn't want to get their hands on a luscious 4K desktop monitor capable of displaying 3840 x 2160 pixels? It's coming to the U.S. later this month, but that Retina MacBook may not be a perfect companion quite yet.
In-home Disc to Digital services were profiled in a recent issue of Mac|Life magazine, and while they're still in beta, one of the best services is now available to the public at large, and to Mac users for the first time.
Are you a Vine user? If so, you're definitely not alone, as Twitter confirmed Monday the iPhone app currently has 13 million registered users -- a number likely to expand dramatically now that Android has been added to the mix. Speaking of apps, Apple's official WWDC app has been updated for next week's 2013 event, so let's cut to the chase and kick off today's recap...