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How to Find Lost Files on Mac OS X

We’ve all been there: you finish working on a document, save it, close the window, and… which folder did you save it in? Where’d it go? Maybe you downloaded a file and it disappeared, or you might need a file that you worked on months ago but have no idea where you might’ve saved it. Show More Summary

Smite Begins Mac OS X Open Beta

With Windows, Xbox One and more recently, the PS4 conquered, Smite developer Hi-Rez Studios has its eyes set on another platform — Mac OS X. Yesterday the company started open beta testing on the new port via Steam. More »      

Anticipating WWDC 2016: What's in store for Apple's Macs and OS X

Apple has sold far more iOS devices than Macs over the past several years, but as a $20 billion business, the Mac platform remains extremely important to the company. Here's a look at where Apple's conventional computing platform is headed, and what we can expect to see at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference.

SMITE beta brings the MOBA brawler to Mac

Hi-Rez Studios has released an OS X version of its popular free-to-play MOBA game SMITE for Macs. The game, which is officially in beta form, is available via Steam. The game's official site has an FAQ page on the SMITE OS X beta. It states that the Mac and PC versions share the same player base. Show More Summary

Pixelmator for Mac gets new Quick and Magnetic selection tools, Retouch extension for Photos

Pixelmator Team on Thursday updated its namesake Mac image editor with two new selection tools, and a Retouch extension for Apple's OS X Photos app.

10 Hidden Features of Mac EI Capitan You Should Know

OS X El Capitan (version 10.11) is the twelfth release of OS X, of Apple Inc.‘s server and desktop operating... The post 10 Hidden Features of Mac EI Capitan You Should Know appeared first on Lifehack.

Apple releases first iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6 public betas with minor bug fixes [u]

Apple on Tuesday released the first public beta versions of iOS 9.3.3 and OS X 10.11.6, both maintenance updates that bring minor bug fixes and performance improvements to iOS and Mac devices.

Parallels Access 3.1 adds native iPad Pro resolution, Apple Pencil support, 3D Touch features, more

You may be familiar with Parallels for its virtual machine software that lets you run Windows alongside OS X on a Mac, but the company also offers a service and mobile app called Parallels Access that lets you remote into your Mac and Windows VM from other devices. Show More Summary

Airmail adds smart folders, scheduled sending and gesture support to its Mac email app

Desktop email clients are great for when you need to manage multiple accounts from various providers. If that sounds like you and you’re running OS X, you’ll want to give Airmail a try. The app has been updated with a boatload of handy new features. Show More Summary

Apple issues OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 Developer Beta 1 via Mac App Store

In addition to releasing the first iOS 9.3.3 developer beta, Apple has issued OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 Developer Beta 1 through the Mac App Store. The first pre-release version is available to developer testers and features build number 15G7a (up from 15F34 on the public version). more… Filed under: Developers Tagged: OS X

First OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta is now available for developers

Apple has just released the first developer beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. Interested developers will find the configuration utility needed to install the release can be found at Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center. It can also be...Show More Summary

Airmail 3 for Mac Adds Smart Folders, Send Later, and More

OS X: Airmail, one of our favorite email apps on Mac , just got a slew of new features today, including smart folders to more easily sort your mail, VIP contacts and notifications, ‘send later’ email queuing, and more. Read more...

Airmail For Mac Gets A Huge Update With Airmail 3

My favorite email client, Airmail, just updated their desktop OS X client to version 3. Check out what's new and why you should upgrade.

One Million Reasons to Buy a Chromebook, Chromebooks Outsell Macs… [Tech News Digest]

Google is bringing Android apps to Chrome OS, Chromebooks outsell Macs in the U.S., Gran Turismo Sport has a release date, help Google name Android N, and watch a nightmarish vision of our future. Use Android Apps on Your Chromebook The @googleplay store is coming to #Chromebooks. Show More Summary

OS X update could use iPhone's Touch ID to unlock Macs

As we approach Apple's annual WWDC event that starts June 13th, the rumors about upcoming iOS and OS X features are sure to ramp up. This week, MacRumors is reporting that the company is working on a way for you to unlock a Mac using your iPhone's Touch ID feature. Show More Summary

Chromebooks sales in the US overtake Macs for the first time

Chromebook sales in the US are on the rise in the US, overtaking Macs for the first time. With the news that Chrome OS will get Google Play and Android app support later this year, Chromebook sales will likely grow even further.

Report: OS X 10.12 to feature support for unlocking Macs with iPhone’s Touch ID

Earlier this year, we reported that Mac OS X 10.12 would bring Siri support as one of the tentpole features. Apple is likely to introduce the next big update to OS X in just a few weeks at its annual WWDC event, and now we’re learning a bit more about what the company has in store. Show More Summary

Chromebooks beat Mac sales in early 2016

According to research firm IDC, more Google Chromebooks were sold in the first quarter of 2016 than all of Apple's Mac line. The milestone marked the first time Google's Chrome OS moved more units than OS X in the United States.

Apple might let users unlock Mac via Touch ID on iPhone with OS X 10.12

An OS X feature under construction by Apple may let people unlock their Mac by way of Touch ID on a paired iPhone, a report said on Thursday.

Apple may soon let you unlock your Mac using Touch ID on your iPhone

The ability to unlock your Mac with Touch ID will reportedly soon be a feature baked into OS X. According to a report by MacRumors, the capability will allow users to pair their iPhone with their Mac, allowing them to unlock the computer...Show More Summary

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