Although the average Jane or Joe rarely needs to snap a shot of their computer screen, for bloggers, website creators and developers, it's a godsend -- which is probably why the folks at Dropbox have made saving them automatic.
It's been six weeks since developers have seen an update to the OS X Mavericks, but this morning Apple unleashed the seventh update to them to tinker with. While the update doesn't contain any new features of note, it did include eight beautiful new wallpapers that you can enjoy for yourself.
Magic Mouse, you've been put on notice: Logitech has just unveiled a slim new touch-enabled mouse that looks great next to the latest Mac computers and is perfect for notebook users constantly on the go.
If you follow any iOS developers on Twitter, you may have noticed an increased amount of chatter over the last few days about Apple's developer portal being down, which the company has now confirmed to be a security breach.
Upon launching a Kickstarter campaign to drum up funding for Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded, Replay Games promised a faithful high-definition remaster of the 1987 Sierra On-Line original. Reloaded thankfully opts for a modern point-and-click interface over the text-based original but otherwise sticks to classic, adults-only Leisure Suit Larry, warts and all.
Google Reader has been gone nearly a week, and many Mac users have discovered there are fewer choices for reading RSS feeds on OS X than there are on iOS. But with a little trick, anyone can make their own app for Feedly.
With any new operating system release, there's a certain amount of hand-wringing from users running an older version -- but for now, it seems as if the new OS X Mavericks will work on any Mountain Lion-friendly hardware.
Now that Apple has made it clear that felines are on their way out with OS X Mavericks, the company showed off big improvements to the speed and performance of the next-generation Safari web browser that comes along with it.
Looks like all those rumors about Jony Ive's extreme makeover of iOS and Mac OS are true, after all. In preparation for WWDC this week, San Francisco's Moscone Center has been draped with banners depicting thin, minimalist sevens and Xs as captured by readers of 9to5Mac. Although the banners give little away, it's clear that they mark a significant departure from the iOS and Mac OS stylings we've seen in the past.