Selective focus — pictures that have areas blurred out — with is all the rage with photographers. Focus is a neat little app for the Mac that makes it quick and easy to apply selective focus effects to any picture, along with a few other photography tweaks.
A video of Steve at the 2010 D8 conference elaborating on why he doesn’t like Flash. It seems like Steve’s reality distortion field is still functioning, even from the grave. Adobe announced today that it is killing Flash for future devices allowing HTML5 to win. Steve was violently opposed to Flash saying how it was […]
The iPad: it’s sleek, it’s hip, it’s awesome. But is it fashion? One startup hopes to make clothes for computers and tablets as popular as Gap or Abercrombie.
Apple recently lost visionary leader who was the master behind the ionic products like iPad, iPhone and iPod along with the personal computing. Steve jobs, was no doubt one of the most significant industry leaders of his generation. This legendary industrialist died after his long battle with pancreatic cancer on 6th October, 2011. All the […]
Appleâ€™s sleek, swish products are some of the most commercially successful inventions in the history of technology. Apple has more cash than the USA, and every teenager from London to Los Angeles wants an iPhone 5 to feature on his Christmas list. But it hasnâ€™t always been that way â€“ even Apple, creator of the […]
If you find your Mac slowing down, there’s an easy way to find out why: Activity Monitor, a utility app that’s built in to OS X. It tells you what programs are using what system resources. But there’s also a way to monitor system usage right from your dock.
Fans of side-scrolling games are in luck today! There are also lots of handy utilities, productivity apps, and more in this weekend’s edition of Free Apps.
Free Apps is going weekly, starting with today’s super-size edition with more than 50 apps. Plus, by popular demand: app listings now have descriptions!
Last week I showed you a utility to make the red button quit out of any program, under any circumstances. Another button with a question mark on it for Mac users is the green button. Unlike its Windows counterpart, which maximizes any window to full-screen, your Mac’s green button does this weird resizing thing that’s […]
What is the deal with that red button in the top left corner of your Mac applications, anyway? This question often vexes new Mac users who are perplexed to find that clicking it doesn’t always quit an application. Here’s how to fix that.