Tag Archive: Monitors


Intelligent app monitors your lending portfolios across multiple marketplaces

LendingRobot today launched a pretty important mobile app for peer lenders. It’s LendingRobot Dashboard, and it lets these lenders monitor all their portfolios across three separate services: LendingClub, Prosper and Funding Circle. It’s the only mobile app available that allows investors to connect from across multiple marketplaces and see their portfolios at a glance. If […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Ultra-compact studio monitors deliver huge sound

If you make music of any kind, or are just looking to upgrade your sound system from the decent-yet-not-audiophile Bluetooth speakers you currently use, you know you want a set of speakers that can handle the highest of highs, the… Read more ›

Apple Is “Absolutely Aware” Fullscreen Mac Apps On Multiple Monitors Leaves Much To Be Desired

We just got tipped an email from a reader who emailed Apple VP of Mac Software Engineering Craig Federighi. Cult of Mac reader Stephen Gilbert emailed Federighi about not being able to use fullscreen Mac apps on multiple displays. When you make an app enter fullscreen mode in Lion or Mountain Lion, it will fill one display and blackout your secondary monitor.

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Last Minute Mac Gift Ideas & Deals: RAM & SSD Upgrades, iPods, External Hard Drives & Monitors, Apple Books, and More

Christmas Icons If you�re a last minute shopper like me, the next few days are when everything gets done. We�re quickly closing in on the final eligible days to receive free shipping by Christmas Eve from Amazon, so with that in mind we�ve compiled a list of some great Mac gift ideas and deals, whether you are shopping for a loved one or just getting yourself something nice for the holidays. RAM  [Read More…]

Too Many Macs and Not Enough Monitors? Kanex Unveils Its SnapX Switch

Kanex just unveiled its SnapX today, a $ 69 switch that connects a single 24- or 27-inch Apple Cinema Display to a pair of Macs and allows toggling between the two. The SnapX will connect to practically any Mac � iMac, MBA, MBP, Mini, you name it � through the display (or Thunderbolt) port. Beside standard video output, iSight camera images and audio can also be output through the connected Cinema  [Read More…]