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Critical iPhone Boot Code Allegedly Published On Github

Apple is well known for keeping a notoriously tight grip on the code powering its iPhones, only rarely revealing the inner workings to the public. But in a move that some Mac and iOS experts are calling the "the biggest leak in history," an unknown source appears to have laid bare parts of the iPhone's critical boot code on Github. More »      

Hands On: Self publish the next great novel with Vellum 2.1.2 from your Mac

The latest version of the eBook creator application Vellum does just about everything to streamline book creation for iBooks, Kindle and paperback, other than write the text itself.

‘Finding Paradise’: A touching, brilliantly-designed indie game

Finding Paradise Developed by: Freebird Games Published by: Freebird Games Available on: PC, Mac For much of their history video games have inspired conversations about emotions such as loneliness, regret, or the nagging sense of time wasted. (This is not a judgment against games, simply an observation — who hasn’t heard a story about a […]

This publisher’s first thriller broke pre-release sales records

The author, Dan Mallory, has packed his love of classic mysteries and film noir—and his own experience of depression—into a stellar debut The post This publisher’s first thriller broke pre-release sales records appeared first on Macleans.ca.

‘Gorogoa:’ A rare combination of accessible but strange and intuitive but mind-bending

Gorogoa Developed by: Jason Roberts Published by: Annapurna Interactive Available on: iOS, Mac, Nintendo Switch, PC Rare is the game that feels accessible yet strange, intuitive yet mind-bending. “Gorogoa” is an exquisite point-and click game that’s not like anything I’ve played before. It occupies a spot somewhere between a puzzle game and an interactive graphic […]

Affinity Publisher for Mac teased on video ahead of 2018 beta release

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Serif, the company behind such apps as Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo, has made a significant splash over the last few years with apps aimed at creative professionals. What makes apps like Affinity Designer so appealing is that...Show More Summary

MarsEdit 4 now available with refreshed look, improved WordPress support, much more

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

MarsEdit 4 initially launched in public beta back in June, and today the Mac blog publishing app is officially available on the Mac App Store. The latest version of MarsEdit for macOS touts a refreshed look, numerous improvements to WordPress publishing, a Safari app extension, and plenty more. more…

Apple macOS High Sierra has a huge security flaw, and it's stupid easy to exploit

Well this isn't good. A bug in Apple macOS High Sierra can let anyone gain admin access to a Mac. To make matters worse, once that access has been gained, an attacker can later log back into the locked device anytime. Published to Twitter on Tuesday by security researcher Lemi Orhan Ergin, the vulnerability is alarmingly straightforward. Show More Summary

Hands On: Scrivener 3.0 further refines the writing, research process on the Mac

AppleInsider gets a published author to take a look at the Scrivener update, with new highlights including a much called-for rewrite of the app's Compile feature, and an interface modernization.

Children’s Book Review, The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse

Reviewed by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse is a children’s picture book by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Jon Klassen and published by Walker Books (2017.) RRP: $Au 24.99 HB. I have previously reviewed...Show More Summary

Freddie Mac’s Weekly Mortgage Survey reveals mortgage rates remain low

Every Thursday morning, Freddie Mac publishes the Prime Mortgage Market Survey, a weekly report based on conventional rates from the previous week. It’s an average and it’s also “old news” as a borrower cannot lock in last week’s rates… they can only lock in what’s available “now”.  Last week’s survey shows that rates are remaining […]

Apple’s Other Products Drive Growth Ahead Of iPhone X Launch

Apple published its fiscal Q4 results on Thursday, November 2, significantly beating market expectations as its Services, iPad and Mac segments drove growth despite a transitional quarter for the iPhone product line.

Gaming Comes to macOS with GeForce Now, for Free

A few weeks ago, we published a post about the state of Mac gaming, analyzing why macOS gaming has been so anemic. Because Macs are so different from their Windows counterparts, and because the market is so small in comparison, few developers have felt pressure to bring their games to the platform. Show More Summary

Shots Fired coming to Switch

Hong Kong – August 29, 2017 – Shots Fired, the assassination simulator with glorious pixel art and cunning humor is announced today. Publisher Another Indie and developer Chryse are planning to launch on PC, Mac, [ via Steam ] and Switch...Show More Summary

The Trigger? "If This Ever Happens You Know You're Days Away From Nuclear War"

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Back in February of 2014 we published an interview and report from well known preparedness strategist and strategic relocation expert Joel Skousen in which he explained his assessment of how World...Show More Summary

WMU will regress after losing P.J. Fleck, but the 2017 Broncos are still dangerous

This team will still be a MAC contender under another interesting head coach. This preview originally published March 29 and has since been updated. It is a fact of life in the MAC. The better you do, the faster you are looking for a new coach. Show More Summary

Comey signs book deal after abrupt end to FBI career

7 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by U.S. President Donald Trump, has signed a deal for a book on leadership and decision-making that will come out in spring 2018, the publisher said on Wednesday. The book deal with Macmillan’s Flatiron Books comes three months after...

iOS Users - Swiping Apps To Close Them Is A Waste Of Time

I'm not a compulsive app closer but my partner is. According to Mac blogger and publisher John Gruber, the practice of manually "killing" apps when they are in the background is counter-productive. He also says that Apple's approach to managing processor and memory with inactive apps is one of the iOS' big advantages over Android. More »      

1776: A man, his war, and their year

1776 by David McCullough is not a new book — it was published in 2006 — but I just got around to reading it, enjoyed it, and wanted to say a few words about it. But first my David McCullough story. You probably don’t know Scotty MacNeish (aka Richard Stockton MacNeish), but you should. He…

As iPhone 8 facial recognition expected, Apple patent describes bringing this & more to Macs

8 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

We’ve been hearing a lot about the 3D camera system in the iPhone 8 being capable of facial recognition to allow automatic login without Touch ID or passcode. A new patent application published today suggests that Apple also wants to bring this capability to future Macs. But Apple has more in mind that just a simple unlock function … more…

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