Tag Archive: Lions

Foxconn to get lion’s share of iPhone 6 orders

It’s that time of year when Apple finalizes its supply chain plans for the next generation iPhone, and if you believe new reports coming out of Taiwan Foxconn is getting the biggest piece of the pie. While this isn’t exactly…Read more ›

Furiously Match Lions And Turtles In Ark Saver [Review]

I went into Ark Saver expecting it to flounder about like the Noah’s Ark mini game in Bible Adventures on NES. I’m incredibly surprised that it is not only playable but pretty addictive. Ark Saver by Ignacio Bononi Category: iOS…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Mavericks First-Week Adoption In North America Is Already Double What Mountain Lion’s Was

It has only been out for two days, but OS X Mavericks already accounts for 5.5% of OS X’s total web traffic in North America, according to tracking firm Chitika. For comparison, Mountain Lion adoption was only at 1.6% two…Read more ›

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Use Quick Look Directly In Mountain Lions Messages App [OS X Tips]

It used to be that in order to see images sent along to you in iChat, you’d open up the File Transfers window, click on the graphic, and hit the spacebar on your keyboard to see the image full size, just like you can in the Finder or Open/Save dialogs.

If you’ve migrated to Mountain Lion, however, you’ll know that iChat is no longer, and the replacement app, Messages, doesn’t  [Read More…]

One System To Rule Them All Send Growl Alerts To Mountain Lions Notification Center [OS X Tips]

So, you’re a longtime Growl user, and now you get some alerts from Growl, and a bunch of other ones from Notification Center, and your inner OCD-child just wishes it could all come through Notification Center? I mean, Growl 2 will send stuff right to Notification Center, anyway, so why not get a head start on the process?

With the help of a third-party app called MountainGrowl, you’ll be fashionably ahead  [Read More…]

Mountain Lions Facebook Integration Fast Approaching As Apple Seeds Second Beta In 7 Days

Two betas in one week.

Apple seeded another newOS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 build to registered developers through the Apple Dev Center. This one, with build number12C35, comes just one week after the last build, suggesting Apple is moving quickly to bring this update to the public. Of course, this is the update that will bring Facebook integration to the Mac.

The software will also bring iMessage phone number merging to the  [Read More…]

Change Mountain Lions Save Default Away From iCloud [Video How-To]

For me, one of the most annoying tweaks in OS X Mountain Lion was the change of the default save location for many of apps I use on a regular basis. Any app that uses iCloud now displays its save dialog box differently than it would have before its integration into OS X. Due to this, upon saving files in many applications, instead of being presented with a view of the  [Read More…]

30 Of Mountain Lions New Features In Just 2 Minutes [Video]

Excited for Mountain Lion but haven’t been able to get your hands on it quite yet? No problem, we put together a video of 30 of Mountain Lion’s new features and crammed them all into just two minutes for your viewing pleasure.

You can catch the video after the break. What feature are you most excited about?

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Mountain Lions Power Nap Feature Brought To MacBook Air With New Firmware Update

Apple unveiled Power Nap in Mountain Lion during the WWDC conference in June.

Can’t find Mountain Lion’s Power Nap feature anywhere on your MacBook Air? Apple has issued a new firmware update to bring the feature to 2011-2012 models. In case you didn’t know, Power Nap is a system management feature in Mountain Lion that silently fetches your emails, iCloud data, software updates, etc. while your Mac sleeps. For Power Nap to  [Read More…]

15 Reasons Why Mountain Lions Are Awesome [Gallery]

Mountain Lions aremagnificentbeasts. Sure, they’re not as huge as a real lion, or as exotic as tigers with their fancy stripes, but that doesn’t mean they’re not as cool. In fact, Mountain Lions are vicious killing machines and cuddly at the same time. Plus, they jump like really high. We love these big cute catss, so to celebrate the launch of OS X Mountain Lion, here are 15 reasons why mountain  [Read More…]