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Parallels, one of the most popular virtual machine programs out there, has a brand new version out for the Mac. Parallels 10 brings a number of noticeable performance improvements, new features for IT pros, and the ability to use OS… Read more ›

iOS 8 is cruising through the final stages of development ahead of its fall release, and while most users can’t wait for its arrival, one NY-based startup already had to cut a third of its staff, after privacy changes in iOS 8… Read more ›

VR goggles bring out the weird faces in all of us

“Die, fish. Die! Die, shark!” That’s what one goggled attendee shouts near the end of Sony’s new video (below) showing people’s reaction to its not-yet-released virtual reality headset, codenamed Project Morpheus, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo a couple weeks back… Read more ›

Since the airing of Apple’s iconic “1984″ commercial to launch the Macintosh, tech companies have had a special relationship with the Super Bowl. Now Apple is one of several tech giants — also including Google, Yahoo and Intel — which… Read more ›

Will Apple’s Bash finally bring the jams?

Every year since 2000, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference has concluded with a huge concert called The Bash. This party brings the white and nerdy devs to the yard with bands like Barenaked Ladies (2008), Cake (2009) and OK Go (2010).… Read more ›

Amazon Inks Deal To Bring HBO Shows To Prime & Fire TV

Amazon has inked a deal with HBO to bring popular shows like True Blood and The Wire to Prime Instant Video subscribers without an HBO subscription. The deal will also see an HBO GO app brought to the new Amazon Fire TV, but it’ll… Read more ›

Chrome users may have noticed that the popular Emoji characters found on iPhone and the Mac render just fine in Apple’s Safari web browser of OS X, but not in Google’s Chrome browser. Instead, us default Chrome users on the desktop will see a square rendered 😃 rather than the intended emoji character, largely being … Read More

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved AT&T’s $ 1.3 billion purchase of Leap Wireless, as per a recent report. As part of the deal — which works out at $ 15 per share — AT&T has confirmed that the Leap-owned,… Read more ›     

If you’ve ever thought about creating 3D animation, but thought you’d need formal education to learn how, Poser Debut is here to prove you wrong. Poser Debut comes with everything you need to get started, including an easy to follow,… Read more ›     

Nintendo is finally ready to swallow its pride and begin developing games and other content for mobile devices, according to a new report from Japan. It’s still unlikely we’ll ever see full Super Mario or Zelda titles, but sources say will will get free… Read more ›