Our friends at MacCleaning Pro are giving away 5 copies of their fantastic Mac utility, exclusively to Apple Gazette readers! Want to win one of them? It’s easy to enter.
Looking for that perfect gift? If someone in your life has an addiction to iPhone or iPad apps, here are some real-world goodies that ought to tickle their fancy.
In April of last year, Apple Gazette published a review of a very popular piece of software called MacKeeper. Currently, there are over 80 reader comments on that review — most of which are extremely negative. Yet MacKeeper is a well-reviewed piece of software, with universally positive marks. So what’s going on here?
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Classic games from yesteryear are finding new life on the iPhone and iPad — devices that have more than enough horsepower to run those old titles. More retro games are being added all the time, but here are 30 of our favorites.
I’d never heard that the Jobs family opened its Palo Alto home to trick-or-treaters on Halloween night every year, but not only is it true, but his family has continued the tradition this year — even though public interest in the family was higher than ever.
Is it too early to start talking about the iPad 3? We don’t think so! Apple announced the iPad 2 in January of this year, so it follows that iPad 3 will make headlines in just a few months. Here are the 10 upgrades we want most.
The death of Apple founder Steve Jobs brought to light many facets of his life. And one of these is his great belief in minimalism. In fact, it is a philosophy that he has followed when helping develop many of the products Apple released all throughout the decades. Minimalism is a very strict design aesthetic […]
[Updated December 17, 2014] When a person with as big an impact on the world as Steve Jobs dies, you can’t help wondering about the legacy he left behind. Obituaries always tell you that the deceased is “survived by” his or her loved ones. So just who are the people Steve Jobs left behind?
If Steve Jobs was a maestro, the keynote speech was his symphony. No one in the world could deliver what was basically a glorified powerpoint presentation with the commanding presence that Jobs possessed. He was smart, relaxed, focused, and best of all, entertaining. Here are his 7 best and most memorable keynote presentations.