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The iPhone 5s has been in limited supply, and according to many accounts, the iPhone 5c is in limited demand. But September has still been a huge month for Apple. How huge? According to one study, Apple’s share of the…

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Pencil is the name of a new stylus coming from FiftyThree, the makers of the rather lovely Paper app for iPad. If the hardware shown in the FCC filing is anything to go by, then it is a design as…

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While the highlight of Apple’s press event on Tuesday will undoubtedly be its new iPads, we were also expecting the Cupertino company to announce a new Apple TV. But a new report suggests the fourth-generation set-top box has been “delayed…

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Fastmail, a mail device which really is fast, has just gotten even faster, and even slicker. The best alternative to Gmail just launched a brand new mobile interface that is so good that you might even ditch the native mail…

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(Video is encoded in Flash for now. Apologies.) Aside from some print ads, Apple’s advertising for the iPhone 5s has been quite scare compared to the iPhone 5c. Multiple iPhone 5c ads have aired on TV already, and today the…

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What’s Holding Back Google’s iPhone-Killer?

Google is in the smartphone business, obviously. But are they in it to win it, or just f**king around? Sometimes I wonder. Google is obviously a visionary company with incredible technology and the capacity to build some of the greatest…

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Apple has quietly updated the OS X Mavericks developer GM to a new build number ahead of the software’s imminent public release. The new build number is 13A603 while the original seed is 13A598. 9to5Mac first spotted the change and made the…

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If you’re tired of having to watch movies on specific devices, then this Cult of Mac Deals offer is going to set you free! With The MacX DVD Video Converter Pro Pack, you’ll be able to rip and convert movies,…

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How Apple Is Dressing Up Apple TV for Christmas

Updates on the French and German versions of Amazon.com suggest a new, replacement Apple TV coming the day after this week’s Apple announcement – just in time for Christmas. The prospect of a shiny new Apple TV product makes everyone think of…

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Prepare a Mac for OS X Mavericks the Right Way

Prepare a Mac for OS X Mavericks

OS X Mavericks is the newest major operating system release for Mac users, versioned as OS X 10.9, and it’s just around the corner. Packed with over 200 new feature enhancements and refinements, it includes some very handy new features that will make a lot of Mac users happy, ranging from Finder tags, to tabbed Finder windows, to improved battery life and power management. It’s  [Read More…]