Tag Archive: Software

DVD players are going the way of the Walkman, leaving many of us with vast libraries of obsolete discs. Of course the movies and TV shows themselves aren’t obsolete — just their shiny plastic medium — but with hard drive space getting more and more vast it makes less and less sense to let a […]

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Apple released the first update for its new fourth-generation Apple TV today with tvOS 9.0.1. The new tvOS 9.0.1 update is a minor update that mostly focuses on performance improvements and bug fixes that have been discovered after the device went on sale at the end of last month. Apple TV owners can grab tvOS […]

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Apple drops new software for Watch and TV, too

The first big updates for iOS 9 and El Capitan were released by Apple this morning, but the company has some smaller updates for the Apple Watch and Apple TV 4 today too. The GM for tvOS was seeded to developers who already got their hands on the early release Apple TV 4 units. That […]

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Whether you’re transcribing an interview, replying to emails, or writing the next Great American Novel, it’ll go a lot faster with Dragon Dictate speech recognition software for Mac. Not only can you use Dragon Dictate to transcribe audio (even from… Read more ›

This week: We’ll tell you why the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference may be one of the most mundane on record. Plus, Apple pretty much confirms Apple TV will be your home’s digital hub; Facebook’s an impenetrable fortress with too much… Read more ›

How Google measures up to Apple in all things software

At its I/O conference last week, Google laid out the roadmaps for its most important platforms. It has already made its way into your pocket, but over the next few years, the search giant hopes to find a place on… Read more ›

Pebble Time, the new smartwatch from the Kickstarter superstar, might be headed to wrists soon, but if you own an iPhone, you might be out of luck. According to an email sent out to Time backers on Kickstarter, the iOS… Read more ›

Dueling developer events Google I/O and Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will happen in the next couple of months, which makes this an exciting time of year for Apple and Android fans. Both events attract a lot of attention — they’re… Read more ›

Software problems push back HomeKit launch to fall

Apple announced its HomeKit platform at last year’s WWDC, but fans hoping to get a closer glimpse of Apple’s home automation platform will have to keep on waiting, as a new report claims Apple is delaying the launch of HomeKit… Read more ›

Master all of Apple’s major programming software, from Swift to WatchKit, with lifetime access to a full-spectrum of iOS training with new classes added monthly. This subscription has you covered with courses on everything iOS, and keeps you covered as… Read more ›