There are different ways to get a PC game running on the Mac. Does the method that's used make a difference to you?
Star Trek Online is now available for the Mac, four years after its Windows debut. Better late than never, I say: a Star Trek themed free to play MMO is something I'll be happy to spend some time getting to know.
The iTunes Festival is here, and you can be a part of it! Leaving British shores for the very first time, Apple has organised the U.S. version of the iTunes Festival to tie in with SXSW in Austin, TX. The live action begins today, March 11, and will continue for five nights of live music from some of the world's hottest artists.
As with its London equivalent, if you can't be there in person there are a bunch of different ways you can join in and be part of the experience yourselves using your Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Here's how.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the current hot trend. (And has been for a while, really.) There are many perceived advantages for a company that allows employees to bring their own devices to work and have access to your company resources, but is BYOD right for you? Can you make mistakes when developing your BYOD policies? Can you really let any device connect to your resources?
Lets look at a few top issues that you should be aware of.
The UP24 is Jawbone's latest fitness tracker that pairs with your iPhone in order to track steps, calories, distance, and even sleep. The companion app breaks down all that data into easy to understand information. With support for advanced reminders, timed sessions, and more — can the UP24 help you get healthy and stay healthy? Let's find out!
Gameloft has announced The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for iPhone and iPad, the follow-up to its original Amazing Spider-Man game. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 promises gamers a bigger Manhattan than the first game, where you'll be able to roam freely and webling above the streets to your heart's content.
Whether you want to become an expert angler or learn how to better identify different types of fish, loading up a few fishing apps on your iPhone can be the difference between you telling all your friends about the catch of the day... or the one that got away. No matter what you're fishing for, understanding fish behavior is key. From tying a good knot to knowing what lure to use, these are a ton of great apps on the App Store to help you out. But which ones are the very best?
iOS 7.1 brought many things for many people, but for us British folks Siri got a noticeable update. Until now, we've been given only one choice for how Siri sounds over here; the robotic sounding male. With iOS 7.1 a few regions, the UK included, got improvements to the quality of the voice feedback. Oh, and we also got a female voice for the first time ever!
Peter Cohen and I will be at Macworld|iWorld 2014 from March 27-29. It takes place at Moscone North in San Francisco and once again promises to be the Apple community made manifest. The expo hall will be filled with app developers and accessory makers, the conference with instructional and informational sessions (I'll be doing a couple!), and the special events with music and a whole lot of merriment. In other words, if you can make it to SF, you'll want to make it for Macworld|iWorld!
The iTunes Festival from SXSW in Austin, TX, will be kicking off tonight and Vevo has announced that it too will be streaming the action live. The kicker is that Vevo will be streaming the iTunes Festival in some of the same exact ways that Apple will be doing; in other words to Apple customers only.
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to a popular social photo app, a web browser, and a couple of language apps, and more!