Google is looking to bring a version of its Chrome OS app launcher to the Mac, possibly as an add-on to the Chrome browser, allowing users to access a slew of Web apps normally available only from within the
The beta of Chrome app launcher for Mac OS X has been released. It presents an easy way to launch Chrome web apps from the desktop. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
It's time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring a handy list from Dealnews and our own hand-picked selections that include some sweet deals on iOS and OS X software (all prices are USD). Deals from Dealnews Monoprice.com:...Show More Summary
It has been reported that Apple’s next-generation MacBooks will support gigabit Wi-Fi connectivity, evidence of which was discovered in a recent OS X developer build. The 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, also known as “5G Wi-Fi,” is capable of delivering theoretical speeds of up to 1.3Gbps and is considered a major leap forward. Show More Summary
There are some Chromebooks with awesome hardware out there, like the beautiful Chromebook Pixel, but they don't quite hit their full potential with Chrome OS. Here's how to install Ubuntu and get more out of your Chromebook. Read more...
In Chicago of the near future a unified OS connects the city's many systems such as electricity, traffic, and mass transist, to a single network. As Aiden Pierce, you are a hacker turned vigilante who will use all your technical prowess in this connected city to stop violent criminals and corrupt men of power. Show More Summary
Google Chrome’s app launcher, which lets Chrome users quickly find and launch their favorite web-based applications, is coming to Google Chrome for Mac OS X. Google has already begun work on porting the feature to Windows, but it’s also been found in the latest Chromium build for OS X. The Chrome app launcher was designed [...]Show More Summary
A recent report by IDC stated that a group of open-source mobile operating systems are due to launch this year, but with competition already so heated among the current players — and Android sweeping the globe — is there really room for smaller players? Nope. At least not right now. No room in the inn [...]
Editor’s Note: Related tickers: Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) launches its next flagship device, the Lumia 925 (USMarketBuzz) On Tuesday at an event in London, Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) launched its latest Lumia phone, the 925 which is set to be the next flagship of the company. While there is [...]
What’s more satisfying than screaming through the air, blasting enemies coming at you in a full 360 degree radius around you, firing all your weapons and avoiding enemy flack and planes? Doing that with your buddies, of course! Namco’s Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy is a gorgeous, fast-paced dogfighting air combat game for your Mac for [...]Show More Summary
Anyone who has ever played around with Google Chrome OS will be familiar with the app launcher. Chrome runs nothing but web apps, but the app launcher provides the impression of a more regular OS, as you don't have to open a browser window to launch anything. Show More Summary
Android/iOS/OS X/Web: To-do service Producteev, one of your favorite group to-do management tools, unveiled a major overhaul to its webapp today that's aimed at making your personal to-dos easier to follow, and group projects easier to manage. Read more...
Almost exactly two years ago, Motorola's Android-in-Webtop-OS solution was kicked off the stage by ASUS' PadFone, the world's first phone that could fully power a tablet module from its own OS. The original concept took a while to materialize, but since then the company has kept up with a surprisingly rapid product cycle. Show More Summary
Yes. The design did hint of a Finnish phone maker’s attempt at a really cool smartphone called Lumia. But then it’s not so. What you see here is the first Jolla phone, revealed by Founder Marc Dillon. It will run ….
ByJustin Jaynes: Windows. We've all used it. And although some of us may even hate it, it's still the most prevalent operating system on earth. Windows XP still has roughly 5 times the market share as Apple's OS X. Desktop/Mobile OSShow More Summary
Good news, iOS power-nerds! TextExpander Touch 2.0 has just been released into the wilds of the App Store and is available for your keystroke-saving delectation. The big news? Fill-In snippets finally come to iOS. But that’s not all… Save time and customize repetitive responses with fill-ins for single lines of text, multiple lines of text, [...]Show More Summary
A recent report by IDC stated that a group of open-source mobile operating systems are due to launch this year, but with competition already so heated among the current players -- and Android sweeping the globe -- is there really room...Show More Summary
This year consumers will see many more mobile operating systems on the market, but it's not likely they'll make any real gains against the top four competitors.
Jolla Mobile, formed by Nokia refugees, launches a phone with interchangable back-panels and the Sailfish OS Almost one year after Nokia’s bloodletting, in which it cut 10,000 jobs and closed research and manufacturing facilities (see “Nokia Forced to Take Drastic Measures ”), we’re starting to see new fruits of the startup culture that rose from the wreckage.
OS X: Auto-restore works great when you want to pick back up where you left off working, but how many times do you leave open a photo or video you actually want to see again when you re-open Preview or Quicktime? A couple of terminal commands can disable this annoying—and potentially embarrassing—feature of OSX. Read more...