While you're tapping your fingers in anticipation waiting for OS X Mountain Lion to arrive this month, you might want to consult Apple's upgrade page again -- it's been updated and a few otherwise capable 64-bit models appear to left hanging.
Hard to believe it's July already, but the calendar doesn't lie. In just two short weeks, most of us will officially be halfway through our summer fun, and what do we have to show for it so far? For Mac users, July will bring OS X Mountain Lion and you can expect a steady flow of app updates in the weeks ahead as developers shore up support for the latest operating system as well. But let's get straight to the news at hand for this Monday, July 2, 2012, shall we…?
It didn’t merit even a casual mention during the WWDC 2012 keynote on Monday, but when Apple’s online store opened this afternoon, the virtual shelves were also stocked with three new models of Mac Pro as well.
It’s no secret that iPhone users have been quietly slipping over to T-Mobile here in the U.S. -- all it takes is an unlocked device to free you from AT&T’s ball and chain. Unfortunately, the iPhone can’t take advantage of T-Mo’s 3G network -- but that will soon change.
Apple issued a third preview of OS X Mountain Lion this week, bringing the operating system formerly known as Mac OS X 10.8 another step closer to landing on our own systems. Eager to install it as soon as it’s released? Here are a few steps you can take to prepare for the next big cat to come down off the mountain later this summer.
After being teased since last fall, Adobe Systems Incorporated has taken the wraps off Creative Suite 6 and its new Creative Cloud offering on Monday, now available for preorder, including a special introductory offer for previous Creative Suite users.
As March 7 fast approaches, many of us are pondering what to do with our soon-to-be outdated iPad 2. After all, it’s still a perfectly good tablet that could find a good home with another loving family, right? If you’ve been wondering what your old iPad might be worth, have a look at some current data from NextWorth.com -- but be quick about it, the value is dropping every day!
We don’t know many tech journalists and developers who could survive without their favorite screen capture and annotation apps. But regular folks can get excited about the new Snagit 2.0 update released on Tuesday, which arrives with even more powerful image editing features than before.