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Apple: WikiLeaks’ CIA Hacks Will Not Work On Current Versions of iOS And OS X

Apple claims that the CIA hacks released by WikiLeaks in its Vault 7: Dark Matter cache are obsolete and pose no threat to current iPhone and Mac users. The WikiLeaks documents list several projects meant for use on OS X devices (Macs) and one project, NightSkies v1.2, intended for implementation on the iPhone. Show More Summary

Your Mac Is Not as Secure as You Think – Here Are the Reasons

Apple products may be expensive and receive a lot of media hype. But they’re far more capable when it comes to security against malware and viruses. Unlike the NT based Windows OS, Mac OS is UNIX based that requires substantial authorization before allowing any program from functioning. Show More Summary

Quickly show hidden files in macOS

There was a time in the history of macOS (formerly known as Mac OS X) when you had to use a Terminal command or a third-party utility to show the hidden files and folders littered all over your storage drive. I won't go down the rabbit...Show More Summary

Neverware offering Office 365 focused version of CloudReady Chrome OS

Neverware is now offering a version of its take on Chrome OS with Microsoft OneDrive and Office 365 integration. CloudReady is software designed to breathe new life into your old Windows computer or Mac by using Chromium — the free open source version of Chrome OS. Show More Summary

Today in Apple history: Microsoft gets sued for ripping off Mac OS

March 17, 1988: Apple sues Microsoft for allegedly stealing 189 different elements of its Macintosh operating system to create Windows 2.0. The incident, which causes a deep rift between Apple and one of its former top developers, paves the way for an epic battle between the two companies that will rage for years. Show More Summary

Google adds a read-it-later feature to Chrome for iOS

Google just added “read it later” bookmarking functionality to the latest version of Chrome for iOS. This appears to be an iOS-only function for now and is similar to Safari’s reading list feature that first rolled out with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion in 2011. Like Safari’s Reading List, you hit the share button in Chrome and choose Read Later from the menu. Show More Summary

How to Delete (or Repair) Your Mac’s Recovery Partition

Every Mac since the days of OS X Lion has a Recovery partition, a tool that can help you rescue a Mac with a damaged operating system. However, if you are looking to replace macOS with Linux, you may want to delete this for some extra disk space. Show More Summary

10 Awesome Mac Features You Can Get on Your Windows PC

I’ve been a Mac user for a long time — the last version of Windows I owned was XP. But I recently built up a gaming PC, and the easy choice for the operating system (OS) was Windows 10. Coming back to Microsoft’s OS after many years of Mac-only existence was a little weird, and I found that I missed some surprising little things from macOS. Show More Summary

Today in Apple history: Apple outwits clonemakers with Mac OS 8

March 8, 1997: Apple renames the forthcoming Mac OS 7.7 update, calling it “Mac OS 8.” It’s more than just a name change, though: It’s a sneaky sucker punch that ultimately knocks out Mac clones. Unfortunately for Mac users, the updated operating system would not deliver the total top-to-bottom rewrite promised as Apple’s Project Copland. Show More Summary

In-browser emulator of Mac Plus running Mac OS System 7

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Here's a virtual Mac Plus running Mac OS System 7. It's got MacPaint, MacDraw, Kid Pix, and Teach Text.

Hybrid: cross-platform video converter

2 weeks agoTechnology :

Hybrid is a cross-platform video converter frontend for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows that utilizes various tools to convert multimedia files. There are plenty of tools out there that you may use to convert video files. We have reviewed a bunch of them over the years including THandbrake, using VLC, MeGUI, Handbrake, or Super […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

LongoMatch open source video analysis tool

3 weeks agoTechnology :

LongoMatch is an open source cross-platform sports video analysis program that supports real-time and post-recording analysis. The open source version of LongoMatch is available for Windows, Mac OS X and various Linus distributions.Show More Summary

AndreaMosaic: mosaic creation software

3 weeks agoTechnology :

AndreaMosaic is a free cross-platform mosaic creation software that is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux devices. The Windows version is compatible with all versions of Windows from Windows 2000 onward including Windows 7 and Windows 10. Show More Summary

Onionshare: secure file transfers using Tor

3 weeks agoTechnology :

Onionshare is a free open source program for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux that enables you to transfer files security using Tor. File sharing has not changed all that much in the past ten or so years. You can send files to other users in various ways: using email, (s)ftp, file sharing services, or […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Today in Apple history: Macs gain access to Apple IIe OS

March 1, 1991: Apple introduces the Apple IIe Card, a $199 peripheral which lets users turn their LC family Macs into fully-functioning Apple IIe computers. The ability to emulate Apple’s popular Apple IIe computer on a Mac brings together the two operating systems Apple was running side by side, which had previously remained separate. Show More Summary

Update of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta with Night Shift now available to developers

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Mondays are all about having a fresh start of the week ahead, so how about a fresh new version of macOS for your Mac (if you’re a developer)? Apple on Monday released the fourth beta of mac OS Sierra 10.12.4 to developers. If you happen to be one, you can get the update through the Mac App Store. Show More Summary

10 Handy Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard and mouse are a dynamic duo! We are so used to mouse nowadays that we often forget that using a keyboard is much faster. Have doubts? So let’s give you a hypothetical scenario. Say you want to sign in to your Facebook account, first you’ll drag the mouse to launch web browser, then you’ll probably click on Facebook from recently open tabs. Show More Summary

Revamped SoundSource 3.0.0 brings quick audio source & output switching back to Mac after 5-year hiatus

A pair of old OS X audio routing applications have regenerated, and have merged to form the new SoundSource 3.0.0 by Rogue Amoeba -- and AppleInsider takes a look at the offering.

7 Wonders Your Mac’s Option Key Could Perform

Apple always surprises us by rolling out some game changers as far as gadgets go. When OS X released, the sale of Mac increased drastically. Although it was quite tough to compete at that time, as we were already so familiar of working on the Windows environment. Show More Summary

What is Amazon Chime?

Amazon Chime is a new communication service by Amazon that supports video conferencing, calls, chat, and the sharing of content. The product is available for devices running Windows and Mac OS X, and for the mobile operating systems Android and iOS, and as an online version that you can use device-independent. Show More Summary

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