How To Make Your OSX Desktop Awesome With Geektool

Geektool is a program for the Mac that allows you to customize your desktop with far more than just a wallpaper change. With Geektool, you can display live, auto-updating information right on your desktop. This information you can display ranges from small things like RAM used, CPU currently under load, and uptime since the last […]

The 10 Most Useful Defaults Write Commands for OSX

At their heart, Macs are very tweakable machines. OSX is a great operating system because most settings work just fine as they are, but with a few simple Terminal commands you can change just about anything that doesn’t suit you perfectly. These commands are called Defaults Write Commands, and when entered into the OSX command […]

5 Tips to Make Mail.app an Awesome Email Client

Apple’s default mail client is a favorite of many OSX users. With its simple, clean interface and built-in integration with apps like Calendar and Contacts, it really is a great solution for email. Most people just use the surface features of Mail.app and are completely happy with it. There are some people, however, that would […]

Another Rumor of a Budget iPhone, May Not Be Distributed in The US

  Another rumor about the upcoming iPhone has surfaced and this involves the much-speculated budget iPhone. The rumors, if they are to be believed, may confirm that an iPhone targeted towards the budget conscious is indeed on its way. The new budget iPhone rumors has been reported by the DigiTimes and the source of the […]

How to Set Up a VPN On Your Mac

You can secure your computer, your web browser, and your WiFi router, but that still won’t keep the hackers (or The Man) from seeing what you’re doing online — or outright stealing your data. For that kind of absolute security, you need a Virtual Private Network. Here’s how to get a VPN and how to set it up on your Mac.