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Fantastical 2 for Mac gets fresh for OS X Yosemite

Fantastical has been my go-to calendar app for years. It’s interface and ease of use is second to none, especially Apple’s terrible Calendar app. But Fantastical hasn’t received much love on the Mac in awhile. While the iOS version has… Read more ›

Considering that the Apple Watch goes on sale in a little over one month, Apple has still provided relatively few details about how exactly it’s going to be selling its upscale wearable devices. Some images posted by Japanese Apple blog… Read more ›

République Remastered is the gorgeously rebooted Mac and PC version of Seattle-based Camoflaj’s intriguing episodic stealth video game that originally came out for iPad and iPhone in December of 2013. The development team took the opportunity to completely revamp the… Read more ›

If you plan on seeing Focus starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie this weekend, you will be watching the first major studio film edited entirely with Final Cut Pro X. Originally criticized as “iMovie Pro” for its incredibly simplistic interface and… Read more ›

After gracing the cover of Vogue China, it was only a matter of time before the Apple Watch started getting featured in U.S. magazines. Self’s March issue features the Apple Watch modeled by Victoria’s Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel. Swanepoel is… Read more ›

If you’re a creative director, designer, or just enjoy using your Mac for graphics editing, you may want to check out the new Photoshop rival, Affinity Photo. Currently available as a public beta, this pro-level photo software and graphics editor… Read more ›

We’ve been waiting nearly three years to get a glimpse of Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, and while filming is just getting underway in California, Universal Pictures has finally announced when we can expect to see it on the big screen.… Read more ›

You’ve seen it before, of course: the parting of the clouds, the nuclear-reactor-powered city of Springfield, Bart’s varying chalkboard standards, Lisa’s inability to stay in key (so jazzy!) in orchestra, skateboarding past tons of regular characters through the streets, and… Read more ›

Thanks to the plethora of low-cost devices in addition to some higher end smartphones, Android has long been beating Apple’s iOS when it comes to market share. But a new report from app analytics firm App Annie shows just how… Read more ›

The dwarf planet named after the Roman goddess of motherly relationships will soon have a new friend. And scientists and space-exploration geeks here on Earth can’t wait for that friend, the space probe Dawn, to start dishing. Dawn, launched in… Read more ›