Well here's a nice surprise to round out the week: OS X Mavericks 10.9 has now hit gold master status, which means a formal release could hit the Mac App Store whenever Cupertino decides to pull the trigger.
The folks at AgileBits are popping the cork on any number of champagne bottles this morning as the biggest version of its 1Password for Mac application finally shifts out of beta and onto the hard drives of users everywhere.
When you're seeking a quick burst of interactive entertainment on your Mac, there's no place more convenient to find it than the built-in Mac App Store. While its diverse offerings include the latest and greatest big-budget affairs at appropriately sizable prices, Apple's Mac storefront also features a wide array of low-priced offerings. Not all such offerings are worthwhile affairs, but many thankfully are, and we've scoured the listings to find the best of the bunch. Check out our picks below for the 25 best Mac App Store games available today, and be sure to keep an eye out as we update this list in the months to come.
So how about those Apple fiscal third-quarter earnings? Seems like everyone has an opinion about them, although for a three-month period that saw zero new products released, we'd certainly like to be raking it in Cupertino style. The good news for sad investors is that they won't have to wait long for the upswing, given how many times Apple executives have teased big things on the horizon for later this year -- including one such tease in today's recap.
Have you ever wanted to bring the best part of Pinterest out of the web browser and onto your Mac? RealMac Software appears to be doing just that (and more) with a reimagining of its LittleSnapper application.
Taking a cue from Final Cut Pro X, Apple has finally taken the wraps off Logic Pro X, the latest version of its professional music creation application for Mac OS X, complete with a companion iPad app for controlling the mix.
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.
Twitter is keeping busy this week, quietly opening up its analytics feature to anyone curious how their tweets are performing even while bringing the recent TweetDeck for web experience to the Mac client.
Apple has been on an update binge this week ahead of WWDC 2013 on Monday, first with OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4 and now with two of its Mac applications. But Cupertino is also finding itself accused of intentionally crippling data speeds on its iOS devices on three of the biggest U.S. carriers -- from the very same guy offering hacked carrier updates to free iPhones and iPads from this issue. Read on to find out more!