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Video Unlimited Web Player Now Available on PC, Mac

You can now instantly watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters and hit TV episodes1 from Video Unlimited on Windows and Mac OS PCs2 through Sony Entertainment Network’s new web video player.

Apple updates Safari with search engine DuckDuckGo as new option

Safari for Mac OS X has just been updated. Today's been a very busy day for updates in the Apple world and Safari isn't going to be left out. Today's update is notable for including DuckDuckGo as a search engine and improving privacy. Show More Summary

Apple updates OS X Mavericks to version 10.9.5

It's been a busy day for Apple. After having launched iOS 8 to the public and hosting a number of updated iOS 8 apps in the App Store, the Mac-maker has now released an update to OS X Mavericks. Now, the Mac OS is at version 10.9.5, bringing with it a number of stability and performance updates. Show More Summary

Apple iPad And OS X Event Tipped For October

Apple has just had a splashy September launch event for the iPhone 6, but it is also gearing up for an October event to showcase new iPad and Mac hardware, plus OS X Yosemite. Bloomberg is reporting a “mid-October” launch event timeframe, and AppleInsider echoes those claims, while Daily Dot’s Michah Singleton says that October 21 will be the specific day. We’ve also… Read More

OS X Yosemite Release Date Update: Third Public Beta Out, OS Could Be Released October 2014

Though Apple's latest desktop operating system, OS X Yosemite, won't officially be launched until sometime this fall, the Cupertino-based company released its third public beta on Sept. 15 to developers and registered Mac owners. The...Show More Summary

Droool Brings Social Media Photos To Your Mac Desktop

Droool ($9.99) is a one-of-a-kind social experience for OS X that allows you to view recent Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, RSS and Finder images in a single location. Any content posted without an image to these networks won’t appear in your Droool feed. Show More Summary

OS X Yosemite Public Beta 3 and Developer Preview 8 released

Apple has released both the third public beta, along with the eighth developer preview for OS X Yosemite. If you're already on the public beta, open the Mac App Store and check for updates. The public beta began in July, with the second beta arriving late last month. Show More Summary

Apple releases new OS X Yosemite betas for developers, public beta participants

With the next version of Apple's flagship desktop operating system nearing release, new preview versions of OS X Yosemite were seeded to both registered Mac developers as well as participants of the public beta program.

Apple releases OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 and Public Beta 3

This morning, Apple has released a pair of OS X Yosemite beta updates. The first is OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 for registered developers. That update is available via the Mac App Store. The Cupertino-based company has also released OS X Yosemite Public Beta 3, which is the third release for end users that […]

From iPhone OS to iOS 8, we’ve come a long way since 2007

We don’t usually posted infographics on Cult of Mac — far too many of them are just poorly designed info dumps, without any real focus or design chops — but we’re making an exception for this infographic showing the evolution … Read more ›

Chrome for Mac will be a strictly 64-bit affair as of November

Still surfing the web from an old-school Mac? You may want to upgrade shortly. Google has revealed that it's launching the finished 64-bit version of Chrome 39 for OS X this November, and there won't be a 32-bit fallback (like there is with Windows)...

Fantastical for Mac gets an update to fix OS X Yosemite issues

Flexibits has announced a new version of its Fantastical calendar app for the Mac is now available that it claims "fixes all known OS X Yosemite issues". The news was posted on Flexibits's Twitter account and the Mac App Store has aShow More Summary

Public version of Google Chrome for Mac will go exclusively 64-bit in November

Last month Google released a 64-bit version of the Chrome browser for OS X on its developer channel. However, this version of the app has not yet been made available to the general public. Google announced today in a blog post (via iMore) that the browser would be updated in version 39 not only to […]

A Quick Guide To Using A Mac For Windows Users

There are times in life when you find yourself having to use something other than your first choice out of necessity. This is true for computer operating systems too. Most Windows users will probably come into contact with Mac OS X at some point in their lives, and most of them will never have used it before. Show More Summary

VMware release Fusion 7 + Fusion 7 Pro with support for OS X Yosemite

VMware Inc. has just rolled out a new gift for Mac users in the form of an update for its popular VMware Fusion app that comes with several new features and full support for the newest Apple Macs. First up … Continue reading ?

VMware releases Fusion 7 update w/ redesign for Yosemite & optimizations for latest Macs

VMware, the popular virtualization software that lets you run Windows on Mac OS X, is today officially announcing new versions of its VMware Fusion app that introduces all-new features and full support for the latest Macs. First up is the consumer facing version of the software dubbed VMware Fusion 7. It now includes a redesigned […]

Sims 4 hasn't made a home on OS X, and I'm OK with that

Today's big release of Sims 4 was not celebrated by OS X devotees thanks to EA's decision to make the game a Windows-only affair, at least for the time being. An FAQ posted on the Sims 4 website makes the potential future of a Mac edition unclear,...

OS X Yosemite Beta 7 out now

Devs and other eager Mac users should keep an eye out for the latest build of OS X Yosemite. Beta 7 is rolling out steadily to users right now. Just check the Mac App Store on a machine running an earlier version to see if you're ready to upgrade. Show More Summary

Some Mac Users to Be Boxed Out By Chrome

As we've been reporting, Google is embracing the 64-bit future with its Chrome browser, having just elevated the 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows to its stable Beta distribution channel, while also elevating Chrome for Mac OS X's 64-bit version to Canary and Dev builds. Show More Summary

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