Category: Read

Read
Nintendo hits creators of Zelda30Tribute with copyright claim | Zelda30Tribute

Nintendo hits creators of Zelda30Tribute with copyright claim | Zelda30Tribute Nintendo asked fans to remove tribute game dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Zelda. In Febrary 21, 1986, Nintendo released the first Legend of Zelda game in Japan and a few weeks ago, we celebrated its 30th anniversary. A few days ago — on April 4th — Zelda fans […]

Read
GTA V: Online Christmas Update Now Available, Introducing Masks, Costumes And More

GTA V: Online Christmas Update Now Available, Introducing Masks, Costumes And More Rockstar Games has released a new, Christmas-themed DLC for Grand Theft Auto Online. The add-on introduces new masks, clothes and seasonal updates to the online mode of GTA V. First of all, you will find your apartment decorated for Christmas once you download […]

Read
Android: What if Steve Jobs was right?

Android: What if Steve Jobs was right? Apple has been engaged in heated legal battles around the world claiming that Android smartphones and tablets infringe on its patents. Android loyalists see the legal attacks as a desperate, oppressive move by Apple to stifle competition, but perhaps the success of Android is a function of the […]

Read
Safari Omnibar adds search to Safari’s location bar

Safari Omnibar adds search to Safari’s location bar I live a web-surfing life of conflict and torment. I love Safari’s speed and infused Appleness, but I long for some of the benefits that those other browsers–like Chrome, Opera, and Firefox–can offer. The feature I’ve most missed in Safari after sojourns to other Web browsers is […]

Read
Jaguar seminars scheduled

Jaguar seminars scheduled Apple Centres in Gloucestershire and Cardiff are holding free software-migration seminars in conjunction with Adobe. The seminars will be held respectively on September 25 and 26 at the Holiday Inn, North Pentwyn Road, Cardiff, and at the Thistle Hotel Gloucester Road, Cheltenham. The free seminars will focus on Mac OS X 10.2, […]

Read
22 essential Mac tools for IT admins

22 essential Mac tools for IT admins Deploying and supporting Macs presents distinct challenges, particularly in organizations where Macs are in the minority or are being introduced for the first time. As with many aspects of IT, having the right tool for the job is the key to managing a new or existing population of […]

Read
RealPlayer 10 Mac beta due

RealPlayer 10 Mac beta due RealNetworks is to unveil a free beta of RealPlayer 10 for OS X on Wednesday June 30. The company says RealPlayer 10 will allow OS X users to “enjoy hundreds of hours of audio and video content in many of the major Internet media formats, including RealAudio, RealVideo, AAC, QuickTime […]

AirPort Extreme updated

AirPort Extreme updated Apple has released AirPort Software 3.1, an update that integrates software patches to bring its AirPort Extreme products up to the recently ratified 802.11g standard. The update also offers enhancements for legacy AirPort products using 802.11b: “If you are a user with an AirPort-enabled computer using an AirPort Extreme Base Station you […]

Read
Google Search now friendlier for iPad, Android tablets

Google Search now friendlier for iPad, Android tablets Google Friday unveiled a simplified search interface for Apple iPad and Android 3.1 tablets. The changes, which are being rolling out over the next several days at www.google.com, including a streamlined layout better suited to touchscreen users. The modest makeover increases the size of page contents, such […]

Read
Overwatch director says beta contains all launch features

Overwatch director says beta contains all launch features Want to be absolutely certain you love or hate Overwatch before its official launch date later this month? Most betas serve up a small slice of a game, but Blizzard is giving away the full pie for a limited time. Jeff Kaplan, director of Overwatch, explained what […]

Read
Microsoft ignores IE slide, touts IE9 success on Windows 7

Microsoft ignores IE slide, touts IE9 success on Windows 7 Chrome and Safari continued to chip away at Internet Explorer’s usage share last month, while Firefox remained stalled for the fourth straight month, a Web statistics firm has said. Meanwhile, Microsoft used the same data from California-based Net Applications to tout the success of Internet […]