Our Macs help us with all sorts of things: socializing, writing, playing games. But if you're really determined to get the most out of life, you're going to have to stay on-task. Apple's second week of its "Get Things Done" promotion is intended to help keep you organized (and save a few bucks).
Accountants aside, no one looks forward to tax time -- but the folks at Intuit have been trying to make the task less painful for years with their TurboTax software. For your 2012 taxes, you now have the option of buying the software in the Mac App Store, and it's absolutely free to download and get started. Ready to find out more? Then read on...
Our Thursday edition comes with a couple of surprises, notably a permanent price reduction on Apple's Thunderbolt Cable as well as the debut of a classic Mac OS X ringtone maker on the Mac App Store. So if you're bummed about CES 2013 winding down and looking for some news to consume, read on!
Mac gaming has come a long way in the last couple of years, thanks to the increasing popularity of the platform and viability of digital storefronts like Steam and the Mac App Store. In particular, 2012 delivered not only a larger volume and wide array of releases, but also quicker ports and many same-day releases as on PC and other platforms. There's never been a better time to be a Mac gamer, and if you're looking to catch up on the year's best releases, we have 10 sizzling experiences ready to captivate until 2013's titles take hold.
While the arrival of Google Maps and 1Password 4 for iOS may be getting most of the spotlight on Thursday, a couple of creative Mac offerings have also been updated to add support for Apple's latest technologies.
Hear ye, hear ye! There's a deal afoot on Apple's coveted iPhone 5, and we've got all the details in our weekend recap today. But even if you're not in the market for a new smartphone, there's plenty more that happened over the weekend, so you'll want to read on and make sure you don't miss out on a single moment.
No matter how large or small a software company is, there are bound to be bugs sooner or later -- and with popular image editing software such as Pixelmator, that's exactly what happened with the latest version.