Sometimes the Mac universe just doesn’t have that one application you need to keep track of medical histories, run CAD manufacturing, or otherwise keep up with work. Unfortunately, that leaves some people trapped in a Windows world. But in those cases, Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac pinch-hits quite nicely, letting you run additional operating systems (including Windows 7, Ubuntu Linux, and even Mac OS X Server) without restarting your Mac.
Summertime means longer days, temperate nights, and plenty of outside time. If you're not currently suffering from blazing hot temperatures or suffocating humidity, then you might be outside enjoying a ride on your bike or a leisurely stroll through the park. And chances are, you probably brought your iPhone along for the ride, too. Well, read ahead to grab hold of four free applications that can make your outside travels more pleasurable and productive.
It's an age-old problem. You left home thinking you had saved the most
recent version of a document to your flash drive or to your MobileMe
account, but when you access it at work your "blah blah blah"
placeholders are where your charts should be.
The meeting's in
ten minutes. What do you do? Recreate the missing charts from memory?
You wish. Luckily, FeelHome's got your back.
Even though tons of us use Google Docs or some other cloud feature,
there's always that annoying moment when you want to work on something
and realize you created it and saved it to your work computer. Or you
stayed up late working on something at home, then get to work and
realize you don't have access.
LogMeIn solves that problem and
with the launch of LogMeIn Pro2 for Mac Beta, they've made it a snap
for those of us on the Mac end of the equation.
It's a rare tech business that can score venture capital funding in
this economy. Popular note taking service, Evernote, just managed a
second injection of ten million dollars from Morgenthaler Ventures,
along with Troika Dialog and DOCOMO Capital, donors from the first
round of funding.
So what is in the works for this latest round of big bucks?
For our readers who count themselves fans of Evernote, the note taking app, there's good news. The desktop version just got a few new upgrades that fixed a few things and added at least one new sweet feature.