Parallels Access Brings Mac And PC Apps To iPad

Parallels Access Brings Mac And PC Apps To iPad

In the past, Parallels has developed tools which would allow Mac users to run Windows on their machines. Now, the company has taken a step forward, into the mobile arena. Parallels Access essentially lets iPad users run Mac and PC apps atop their tablet.

By On August 29, 2013 Respond
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Younity: Access Windows And Mac Files On iOS Devices

Younity: Access Windows And Mac Files On iOS Devices

We have seen many cloud storage offerings in the past. But Entangled Media’s Younity takes a different and novel approach towards your content. It simply lets you access your Windows or Mac content on your iOS device, with an app, without essentially moving the data from its original place.

By On August 14, 2013 Respond
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SimCity For Mac Will Arrive On August 29

SimCity For Mac Will Arrive On August 29

Such Mac users who have long wanted to build their own cities are about to be granted their wishes. After a lot of promises, wait and speculation, EA has finally announced that the Mac version of SimCity will be launched on August 29th.

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Another Apple 1 From 1976 Is Up For Auction

Another Apple 1 From 1976 Is Up For Auction

Apple’s vintage products from the early days of the company have fetched huge amounts of money in recent auctions. The high bids can be owed to the facts that Apple is the current tech leader and its early machines are barely existent anymore. Another Apple 1 machine from 1976 is now up for auction.

By On June 22, 2013 Respond
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iBooks Finally Comes To Mac Users

iBooks Finally Comes To Mac Users

Although Apple’s WWDC 2013 event was primarily focused on major announcements regarding the iOS 7 and OS X releases, the company also made other announcements which were very significant. For instance, Apple announced that it is finally bringing the popular iBooks reading app to the Mac machines.

By On June 11, 2013 Respond
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Apple Unveils OS X Mavericks At WWDC 2013

Apple Unveils OS X Mavericks At WWDC 2013

Apple’s WWDC 2013 is running at full speed. The company is spontaneously unveiling its upcoming products and iOS features. Few minutes ago, Apple showed off its latest Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks.

By On June 11, 2013 Respond
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Apple’s Mac Sales Significantly Decline, Publication Claims

Apple’s Mac Sales Significantly Decline, Publication Claims

PC sales have been taking a hit from the expanding mobile market for some time now. Hardware vendors have been finding it difficult to sustain their sales and profits due to this. It would now seem that even Apple’s Mac division is suffering as DigiTimes claims that Apple has altogether stopped placing orders for Mac components for now.

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Reporter Might Have Identified The Creator Of The Trojan Virus For Macs

Reporter Might Have Identified The Creator Of The Trojan Virus For Macs

One year ago, virulent version of the Flashback Trojan was found which infected more than 500,000 Mac computers. Investigative reporter Brian Krebs has identified a young Russian man who he (Krebs) thinks was the mastermind behind the malware.

By On April 5, 2013 Respond
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MYO — A Forearm Worn Band That Lets You Control Devices Using Gestures

MYO — A Forearm Worn Band That Lets You Control Devices Using Gestures

One of the hottest areas for tech development in the last few years has been gesture control, which allows users to interact with computers without having to touch any inputs like a keyboard or a mouse. A lot of gesture control devices have already been made that can get people free from being physically ‘wired’ to their computers. However, a company named Thalmic Labs, which started by three engineering graduates from University of Waterloo, has brought a new device called MYO that can detect motion and muscle movements and allows you to control your Mac, PC, or other devices using gestures.

By On April 4, 2013 Respond
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Sapphire Shows Off Radeon HD 7950 Mac Pro Edition At CeBIT

Sapphire Shows Off Radeon HD 7950 Mac Pro Edition At CeBIT

AMD partner Sapphire has introduced a high-end Radeon HD 7950 Mac Pro edition graphics card at CeBIT. This GPU was released following Apple’s introduction of Radeon HD 7000-series drivers in OS X 10.8.3 beta last November.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Launch 11- And 13-Inch Retina MacBook Air During Q3

Apple May Launch 11- And 13-Inch Retina MacBook Air During Q3

Reports regarding Apple’s next iteration of MacBook Air machines have been mixed so far. First, we were told that Apple may include a Retina display in the upcoming MacBook Air models, then the possibility was trashed. Now, a Taiwanese publication has claimed, yet again, that Apple will launch Retina-equipped 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air models during Q3.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple recently revealed that a small number of its corporate Mac machines were targeted by hackers. Right on the heels of this announcement, the company has rolled out a Java security update for its Mac users.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Thief Breaks $100K Apple Store Door With Rocks, Steals $64K Worth Devices

Thief Breaks $100K Apple Store Door With Rocks, Steals $64K Worth Devices

It seems, after achieving the title of the most valuable company, Apple has been the prime target of thieves. Earlier, we have seen thieves slamming a BMW car into a Apple store and looting devices and stealing of Apple iPad only from Microsoft building. This time, we have seen another one. A thief broke an Apple Store’s custom glass door with rocks and stole $64k worth Apple products.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Traffic From OS X 10.9 Machines Grows Significantly

Traffic From OS X 10.9 Machines Grows Significantly

The last major version of Apple’s Mac OS, namely OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, was released by the company in February last year. Fast forward a year and another major OS X release is due on Apple. A number of websites are receiving significant amounts of traffic from machines claiming to run OS X 10.9, which hints that Apple may be on the verge of releasing the next version.

By On February 3, 2013 Respond
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Typing ‘File:///’ In Mac Apps Immediately Crashes Them

Typing ‘File:///’ In Mac Apps Immediately Crashes Them

A very interesting bug has been discovered on Mac machines. The bug affects most of the Mac apps and can crash them once you type ‘File:///’ in any of these apps. The term has to be written with a capital ‘F.’

By On February 3, 2013 Respond
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