Google Launches Beta Of 64-Bit Chrome For Mac

Google Launches Beta Of 64-Bit Chrome For Mac

Last week, Google released its first official 64-bit version of its Chrome web browser for Windows. Now, the company is releasing a beta version of 64-bit Chrome for Mac, as well. The beta version of the browser can be downloaded from the Chrome Beta Channel. According to Macrumors, if the Chrome for Mac version follows [...]

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Shazam Introducing Mac Toolbar To Constantly Detect Music And TV Shows

For as long as apps on smartphones have been “a thing”, Shazam has been like the granddaddy of them all. The music recognition app was one of the first iPhone apps that really captured our imaginations and caused us to show friends what it could do by tapping the app and within seconds being able [...]

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Apple’s “Back to School” Promo in Full Swing: Extra $100 off Macs, $50 off iPhone and iPad

Apple has always been a little extra friendly towards education customers. Students, teachers, faculty, and administrators of K-12 schools, as well as public and private universities are all able to get discounted pricing on new Apple gear, any time of the year. Around July though, they kick those deals up a little more with the [...]

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First Look at 7 of the Most Exciting Features Coming in Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite

Not only did Apple make a slew of iOS-related announcements at WWDC today, they also gave us our first look at OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which will launch “this Fall.” When the latest and greatest Mac OS ships, it’ll bring a number of improvements, updates to the UI and design, and extensive integration with your [...]

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Apple Will Unveil Latest Versions of iOS and OS X on June 2 at 2014 WWDC

If you’re itching to find out what’s next for iOS and OS X, you don’t have long to wait. Apple has confirmed that in just 11 days, Tim Cook and Co. will take the stage in San Francisco to kickoff Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developer’s Conference. A slew of new software announcements are expected, including a [...]

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Now You Can Get Everyone Together On A Skype Group Call For Free

Have you heard the happy news? Now it’s free to get everyone together on the same Skype video call! You can chat with up to 10 people on a single call. Making vacation plans, planning family reunions, or sharing your Christmas cards is just a few clicks away when you’re able to share your screen [...]

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Viral Video: Here’s Apple’s Unaired Super Bowl Ad, Shot Entirely With An iPhone

On January 24, 2014, Apple sent out 15 different teams to 5 different continents around the globe to document how real people use Apple’s products in their day to day lives. They took one video recording device with them: the iPhone 5s. Over 70 hours of video footage was recorded that day, and the results [...]

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How To Take A Screen Shot On A Mac

Command-Shift-3: This will take a shot of your entire screen (you’ll hear the camera shutter) and save it to your desktop as a file like Screen Shot 2014-14-1 at 11.03 AM. Command-Shift-4: This will give you cross hairs to select an area.  Any area you select will be in your screen shot and saved on [...]

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Tim Cook Promises Big Year For Apple In 2014

Not that we’d expect him to say anything different, but Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a note to employees thanking them for their efforts in 2013 and promising a “big year” in 2014. Obviously, he didn’t give any specific plans or products, but come to think of it, 2013 was a fairly quiet year. The [...]

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Here’s A Fully Maxed Out Mac Pro Spec Sheet And Cost

We’ve already talked about the new Mac Pro pricing and availability. It officially went on sale on Apple’s website today, and already, shipping estimates have been pushed out to February. That indicates there was more demand for the Mac Pro than Apple had expected. The base model starts at $3,000, which doesn’t include a monitor. [...]

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