Hey, the weekend is here! And we wouldn't want you to go away empty-handed, which is why we've rounded up five stories making the rounds that you might have otherwise missed today. So go ahead, kick back with a drink (or two) and bask in the glow of all the tech news for this fine Friday, August 3, 2012!
Apple took a stance against unsigned applications from third-parties by enabling Gatekeepter in Mountain Lion, which only allows users to download apps via the Mac App Store or verified developers. Fortunately, there's a setting tweak that'll let you change this. Continue reading to learn how you can tweak Gatekeeper.
OS X Mountain Lion is finally here, and if you're like us, you're eager to install it and start playing with the more than 200 new features Apple has tucked away in its fur -- so let's have a look at what this process entails.
It's hard to believe that Apple hasn't released a completely new version of its iWork suite since the 2009 edition, but we're at least getting an update this week that brings OS X Mountain Lion support.
OS X Mountain Lion finally came down off the -- well, mountain! -- this week and leapt onto the Mac App Store, where it can now be purchased for a mere $19.99. But did you know that any Mac purchased since June 11, 2012 qualifies for a free update? Here's how to claim yours.
There are likely to be a tidal wave of Mac updates coming soon now that OS X Mountain Lion is about to arrive, but some have already made the necessary arrangements, which includes menu bar calendar app Fantastical.
It may have been quietly slipped into a quote from CEO Tim Cook, but Apple has confirmed what we all assumed anyway: OS X Mountain Lion will be making its way onto the Mac App Store on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.