Posts tagged Snow Leopard
That’s what I call a pleasant surprise. Cr-48, Google’s prototype notebook also referred to as the Chrome Notebook has played host to two high rated operating systems in Windows 7 and Snow Leopard. Video demo of Chrome OS running foreign operating systems follows after the break.
A new day means some new (rumored) stuff for the overly due Apple Tablet aka iSlate. This time, a France based site, BeGeek.fr has done the honors of revealing a concept video of the much hyped iSlate. The video from the very first glimpse looks like a fake one but pretty clearly depicts the Apple Tablet showing iPhone love or should I say an iPhone running on steroid. (Video after the jump)
TouchPad is one of the best applications I ever saw. Basically it lets you use your iPhone or iPod Touch as a remote control for your computer through WiFi. It’s features are extended keyboard, multi-touch trackpad anc Apple remote. The app has been updated to v2.2 and contains impressive features such as connection manager and so on. (Full features list provided below)
Chrome has gone past Safari in browser market share, according to a recent study by a Web measurement company called Net Applications. Net Applications performs analysis and keeps track of the browser habits of 160 million unique visitors on a monthly basis. Currently, Chrome is placed at the 3rd spot pushing Safari down to 4th spot, something which will not please Apple at all.
Apple has finally rolled out the much talked about Mac OS X 10.6.2 update. This update comes out as a security, compatibility and stability release. Among other fixes, it fixes a serious bug which caused users to lose their data when they logged in using a guest account. This update happens to be the second update since Snow Leopard was rolled out. This update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X, be it Mac OS X 10.6 or Mac OS X 10.6.1.
A couple of days back, we informed you about the release of Google Chrome 4 Beta. This time, the news is that Google Chrome’s Dev channel has been updated. The latest release is for Mac OS X users only and brings improvements on the User Interface (UI) side.
The importance of having an antivirus software installed on your computer cannot be stressed enough with the ever-rising malware and spam attacks on the computers. There are a number of antivirus softwares to choose from. Kaspersky Antivirus is one such antivirus software. Recently, Kaspersky Labs revealed Kaspersky Antivirusfor Mac optimizing it for the recently released operating system from Apple, called Snow Leopard. (Download link and features list provided below)
Hurrah! Apple has finally started shipping Magic Mouse. Prior to this, Apple provided Magic Mouse only with the new iMac models. While launching the multi-touch Magic Mouse, Apple announced that they will start shipping Magic Mouse by the end of October and they are bang on target. More >
Own a Magic Mouse?. Waiting for a Magic Mouse software update from Apple. Well your waiting days are over. Apple has made available for its users the much awaited Magic Mouse software updates. Apple has released two software updates for Magic Mouse, one for Leopard and one for Snow Leopard users. These software updates will enable users to take advantage of the advanced level functionality that Apple‘s multi-touch Magic Mouse provides. (Download links provided below)
Everybody knows that Apple Boot Camp will be providing support to the just released Windows 7. Boot Camp is expected to bring that support by the end of the current year. However, it seems that Windows 7 won’t be supported on all Macs. Macs produced during the year 2006 won’t be able to support Windows 7. The Californian based company revealed that Snow Leopard won’t be supporting certain iMacs, MacBook Pros and Mac Pros. This information was revealed by Apple via a memo which listed the models (listed below) that won’t be supported.