Tag Archive: Free


MacHeist 4?s First NanoMission Is Live, Solve To Win Free Version of Netshade

MacHeist 4′s first nanoMission is live as of now, according to an email I just got from the organizers. Solving this one will net you one copy of NetShade, a $ 30 anonymous proxy software for your Mac that will let you search all those websites privately. While the prize isn’t a slam dunk by any means, it’s a nice little bit of kit for relatively little effort along with a  [Read More…]

MacHeist 4?s First NanoMission Is Live, Solve To Win Free Version of Netshade

MacHeist 4′s first nanoMission is live as of now, according to an email I just got from the organizers. Solving this one will net you one copy of NetShade, a $ 30 anonymous proxy software for your Mac that will let you search all those websites privately. While the prize isn’t a slam dunk by any means, it’s a nice little bit of kit for relatively little effort along with a  [Read More…]

Last Day to Grab the Outstanding Ticket to Ride Pocket iPhone Game for Free [Daily Freebie]

Ticket to Ride Pocket is one of those games whose very existence seems absurd. It’s an iPhone version of an iPad version of an online game that originally gained popularity massive popularity as a board game. But the talented people over at Days of Wonder (who publish the entire series) managed, inconceivably, to make atriumph ofTTR Pocket through careful execution and attention to detail. And today is your last  [Read More…]

Your iPhone 5 Wont Include A Free Lightning Adapter, Despite What Apples Website Said

This is a lie.

When you pre-ordered your iPhone 5 this morning, and you decided to pick up a Lightning to 30-pin adapter for all your old accessories, you may have noticed that Apple’s website promised you a free adapter with your purchase. As it turns out, Apple made a mistake, and it will not be sending you a free adapter after all.

As you can see in the screenshot below, Apple’s  [Read More…]

Apple Looking To Create Pandora-Like Radio Service, Would Be Free With iAds [Rumor]

Steve Jobs unveiled Genius to the world back in September of 2008.

Apple has been working on beefing up its iTunes experience for quite some time, and now it looks like the Cupertino company is looking to create a Pandora-like internet radio service. Users would be able to create stations for favorite artists or songs, and Apple would presumably use its Genius algorithm to stream related music. The service would be free  [Read More…]

WDs 10,000RPM Thunderbolt VelociRaptor Is So Expensive You Get A Free Cable

It might not look it, but this thing is fast.

 

 

Wowsers! Western Digital’s Thunderbolt My Book VelociRaptor Duo is all about the big numbers. 10,000 RPM platters, 2TB storage, 10Gb/s transfer (in both directions) and – if you daisy-chain it with other Thunderbolt drives – you can RAID things up to make them even faster.

Heck, even the price is impressive: $ 860. Ouch!

 

To be fair, this is a  [Read More…]

Flock The Vote With Codeweavers, Get Free CrossOver App For A Year

CodeWeavers announced today the return of Quack: Flock the Vote, a program in which Codeweavers will offer their Windows compatibility software for free download over a 24-hour period and to use for 12 months if 100,000 American voters pledge to vote in the coming elections.

The company even has a thermometer graphic to measure the number of pledges.

This is the second time CodeWeavers has created such a  [Read More…]

Looxcie Challenges Ustream With Their Own, Free, Direct-to-Facebook Streaming App And First on Android

Looxcie today launched their own Facebook channel, along with an update to their free live-streaming app called LooxcieLive that turns any Android or iOS device into a video broadcast camera that streams video straight to your Facebook feed.

Of course, Looxcie’s isn’t the first app to do this; Utsream did the same thing just a week or so ago with their own app, Broadcast for Friends (with the gag-me-cute acronym  [Read More…]

Gimp is a Free Photoshop Alternative for Mac OS X, and Now No X11 Required!

Gimp for Mac

GIMP is a popular and fairly powerful free image editor from the linux world that is basically like a freeware version of Photoshop, complete with many of the tools used for photo retouching and image manipulation that you’d expect. It’s a great free PS alternative, but Mac users have long had to install X11 to get it to run. But not anymore! The newest version of Gimp for Mac  [Read More…]

Display Menu Lets You Quickly Switch Resolutions From Your Macs Menu Bar For Free

The quickest way to switch resolutions on your Mac.

Display Menu is a simply yet incredibly handy little app that just hit the Mac App Store. It allows you to quickly switch display resolutions and change display settings from your Mac’s menu bar negating the need to navigate the System Preferences options for free.

Once installed, Display Menu adds a small icon to your Mac’s menu bar that looks like  [Read More…]