Skype has become a popular app for the iPhone, bringing video calling to millions of mobile users. Now the service appears to be heading to Apple’s iPad very soon. After accidentally leaking a video of the new product, Skype confirmed that it’s preparing an iPad app, but has yet to provide a release date. The… Continue reading Skype to release iPad app soon
There is little doubt that the self-perception of “Mac people” and “PC people” are often completely different, just as the way they look at their counterparts differ. Still, it’s surprising to see just how much difference there is in these perceptions. This graphic by our friends at Hunch breaks down the debate that has been… Continue reading Mac people vs PC people
Maybe not. Apple has now officially announced WWDC 2011, and the rumours are flying out of the mill faster than can be caught. Though Jobs n’ Friends have promised a ‘preview of the future of iOS and Mac OS X’,it remains to be seen whether or not any hardware will be making the scene. The… Continue reading Will the iPhone 5 Make WWDC ’11?
Depending on which side you take in the conflict eternal between PC and Mac, this is either an enormous fail or win. Seems some PC-critical convenience store worker must’ve taken his vehement fanboy-ism to work when he decided to place these magazines. Yeah, it’s an old photo (a sneak peek at Leopard, lolol), but it’s… Continue reading PC World Inadvertently Suggests You Get a Mac
So the Mac App Store won’t have demos. How about that. Demos, trials and ‘Lite’ versions are hugely popular on iOS, helping drive sales – but the Mac App Store is having none of that bullspit up in hurr. Apple is pretending they’re still down with demos, at least in concept, as indicated by a… Continue reading Apple Axes Demos From the Mac App Store
I’m confident I’ve used that headline gag before. Whatever. If you’re used to the legend-status security of a Mac, better check your damn self – a security oversight in FaceTime fo Mac could land you with an enormous iTunes bill, if you’re not careful. Seems that in signing into FaceTime for Mac, a user can… Continue reading FaceTime? More Like DISGRACE TIME.
Strap in, folks. A week today (the 20th, if you don’t wanna hit F4), Apple will be holding a media event dubbed ‘Back to the Mac‘. By the image, it would seem we may be seeing a new jungle cat enter the OSX family – Lion. That’s honestly all the info. Just a heads up… Continue reading Get Back to the Mac on October 20th
It’s been 18 years since AutoCAD ran on Macs, but now they’re back – and boy are they back. After a short period of existing only within the Windows realm, Autodesk is bringing their CAD software back to the Mac. Not only will the new version run on Macs, there will be an iPhone and… Continue reading AutoCAD Returns To Mac With A Bang
Microsoft used to be a pretty solid company, but these days they’re as shaken up as Justin Bieber’s hair. In the 80s and 90s Microsoft made money from enterprise, with a few small interests elsewhere. Since 2000, Microsoft has been torn between making money in their traditional area of expertise and invading almost every other… Continue reading Remember Microsoft’s Switcher Campaign? Apparently They Don’t Either
Filemaker, the Mac database maker has announced an iPhone and iPad native client called Filemaker Go. The app will not allow database creation, but will provide users a way to view and edit databases while on the go. Filemaker Go will run most Filemaker Pro databases created in version 7 or later. It’s a hefty… Continue reading Filemaker Announces Filemaker Go For iPhone