If you have a need to run Windows on your Mac, today's Morning Report has all the details on a major new upgrade to one of the best solutions for doing just that, along with rumors of the world's largest Apple retail store, and new updates to Cupertino's pro video applications thrown in for good measure. Read on to find out more!
News spread like wildfire that Apple is killing off pro photo software Aperture, but a handful of new software updates today appears to show a renewed commitment to the Cupertino company's pro video apps.
Is that all there is? Samsung's "Unpacked 5" event came and went at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona on Monday, and the rumored Galaxy S5 hit the red carpet to what can only be described as a collective yawn from the tech media in attendance. Hey, don't feel bad, Sammy... you're just copying yet another phenomenon from Apple, whose last few iPhones have received a similarly chilly reception at launch. If history is any indication, buyers will likely be more kind...
Wednesday marks the end of a short work week for many Americans, with the one-two punch of turkey and family as well as Black Friday shopping rounding out the remainder of the week. But before we turn off the lights and head out on our own mini-holiday for the next four days, here's a look at what's been popping up on the radar overnight. See you in December!
The big news of the week certainly had to be Apple's surprise availability of the iPad mini with Retina Display, a pixel-powered refresh of last year's small tablet that most pundits didn't expect to see until later in the month. But Thursday wound up being a fairly busy day where software was concerned, so we've rounded up a handful of the coolest news items and now present them to you in easily digestible form to close out this mid-November week!
It's Friday and that means the first week of November is already behind us, with only three weeks to go before the annual insanity known as Black Friday. While we may not have any deals in today's recap, there's a little something for everyone to look forward to, including a couple of popular app updates you can download right away. Let's dive in, shall we...?
Along with thousands of other audio software fans, we were bummed to see longtime Mac publisher BIAS close up shop last year -- but out of the ashes, a phoenix may rise, and the company's SoundSoap application has returned from the grave.
Imagine you're the owner of a television network who's thus far watching helplessly as a startup grabs an over-the-air signal and finds a creative way to serve it to its own customers without paying you a dime — and the court has thus far ruled it's all perfectly legal. Sound crazy? The founder of Aereo appears quite happy to rub his success in the networks' faces this week, so read on and find out why.