Lion is finally here. Yay! There are more than 250 new features, but most of the media noise is devoted to the biggies like Launchpad, Mission Control, Auto Save, and Versions. Here are 6 goodies you may not have discovered yet.
Archives for July 2011
Need to make a list? Whatever your reason, there are some great options today — along with some classic literature, a magnifier/flashlight combo, and a handful of nifty games.
At the same time that OS X Lion premiered today, Apple also updated two of its product lines and introduced a third. (As expected.) Here are the full specs for all three. Oh, and guess what Mac product has completely vanished from the Apple Store…?
It’s here! Get out your credit card and fire up the Mac App Store: OS X Lion has finally arrived.
Today you can learn to speak French, use an attractive to-do list, a lovely speedometer for your car or bike, decipher what teenagers are saying with that crazy texting lingo, and play tons of games — all FREE!
Google+, in case you didn’t know, is the new hotness. Some reports are saying that as many as 25 million users are already signed up with Google+ and adding it to their daily social media routine. Still a far cry from Facebook’s millions and billions (or whatever), but if you’ve got an iPhone and want […]
Being fascinated by all aspects of the creative process,Â I’m a total sucker for movie making-of books. And boy, is this one a doozy. Covering numerous aspects of the production of films 1 through 7 (along with a hint of 8), Harry Potter Film Wizardry was one I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into.
Want to learn how to make your own apps? Today’s your lucky day. We’ve also got heaps of games, utilities, photography apps, and more.
Gamers, your day has arrived. Don’t miss all of today’s free-for-today-only apps, including loads of utilities and productiity apps, too!
Kona’s Crate is one quirky little puzzler. The game has you controlling a floating platform that carries a simple wooden crate. Your job is to maneuver the crate up and down and between obstacles to deliver it Chief Kona. The catch? The crate isn’t locked down to the platform.