It's hard not to picture the twin titans of youth rap, Kriss Kross, singing their classic song "Jump" while reading about T-Mobile's latest shakeup of the U.S. wireless market, which allows customers to upgrade their handset up to twice per year. But if that makes you want to jump, jump, stay seated long enough to get through the rest of today's recap, which is sure to make you wanna jump even more.
A little something for everyone to love on the official day after. Get your sweetheart a belated app, or hide your walk of shame face in your iOS device with these distractions. Whatever your poison, we've got some honey of some deals.
Long before iOS 5 introduced Notification Center, The Growl Project was doing something similar on the computer. Now that Notification Center is making the leap to the desktop with OS X Mountain Lion, the creators of Growl are speaking out on their plans for the future.
Oh, Mozilla -- just when we start to get comfortable with a new version of your Firefox web browser, you come along and yank the rug out from under us with an even newer edition. In keeping with the company’s new fast track development, Firefox 11 is now available for your downloading pleasure.
Growl recently roared its way onto the Mac App Store. This historically free utility now costs $1.99, but we think that it's such a small price to pay for such a wonderful utility -- especially one that has been used day-in and day-out by most all Mac users over the years.
Growl provides pop-up notifications for various applications on your Mac desktop. For instance, if you were to receive a direct message in the Twitter for Mac application, you could set a Growl notification to alert you. Notifications can be themed, and can take on many different shapes, sizes, and styles.
There’s less than 24 hours before Apple’s big media event on the company’s Cupertino campus and the rumor mill is in high gear. Here’s all the news you need to know for Monday, October 3, conveniently put together in one place!
Hazel is great for sorting through your files for you automatically, but it doesn’t provide much in the way of notifications to let you know it has done its job and that everything is working properly. However, with newer versions of Hazel, you can choose to “Send Growl Notification” as one of the options after an action is run.