Posts tagged MAC
Don’t you just hate it when you feel the urgent need for a file or files that you deleted way back and can’t seem to figure out how to restore it? If you own a Mac machine, then it’s time for you to say bye bye to those painful days as folks at cleverfiles have outed a data recovery software called Disk Drill which does what you want – recovers your deleted data.
Let me be the first one to say that I am not surprised by this news as this has become more of a normal thing for the Cupertinos. The news of over 1 million apps downloaded from the Mac App Store in just 1 day seems a scripted/expected event and says a lot about how future stands for the newly launched App Store.
When a jailbreaking guru like Jay Freeman which many of you recall as Saurik talks, we tend to listen. The creator of Cydia, the App Store for jailbroken iDevices, while talking to the 360|MacDev conference attendees revealed that Cydia is coming to the Mac.
When Steve Jobs talked about the Mac App Store at the Back to the Mac event, you knew that the rumor mill will be upto its rumor producing ways and you were right. Appletell’s insider source has given 13th December as the launch date for the Mac App Store the guidelines of which are serving as a laughing stock for some developers.
We all know how good Apple is when it comes to getting themselves in a situation where they become easy prey for the critics. Steve Jobs saying you are holding it wrong, Apple’s PR putting up a pathetic excuse for not shipping Mac with Flash are just a few examples to strengthen our claim. The biased Mac App Store guidelines is one more to add to the collection.
So you bought the new Macbook Air and were surprised to find the all important Adobe Flash missing from your extremely slim notebook? Here is the thing – Apple intentionally didn’t ship MacBook Air with Flash and plans on doing so with the future Mac pieces as well.
We are living in an age where gadgets have become an integral part of our life. Almost everyone these days has a mobile phone/smartphone, music player, PC/Mac and some of us even have a PSP to satisfy the gaming thirst. While we want all of our gadgets to be all powerful and feature packed, one thing which becomes more and more important as our gadget collection increases is to manage all of these gadgets and secure/sync the data that is available on each of these gadgets. So what we are looking for is a one for all sync solution. Enter SyncMate, the universal syncing solution that Mac users will want to have in their possession.
Today is Google Chrome’s 2nd birthday and Google is celebrating it by releasing 6th version of the simplified yet powerful browser. Google Chrome 6 has hit the stable channel and is now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.
The wait is finally over for all the Firefox users waiting impatiently to get a first look at Firefox 4.0. Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 has been officially unleashed by Mozilla and is available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux platform. UI changes is one of the many things that users will notice after installing the just released Beta version. Details follow after the jump.
We all know what happened to Google in January, the China attack says it all. It turns out that with that unfortunate incident, the search engine giants started removing Windows from the computers of its employees. The new hires aren’t allowed to use Windows on their PC, Linux or Mac are the allowed alternatives.