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Chromebooks can get cheaper thanks to new support for a low-end chip

7 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

You can pick up a Chromebook for a dirt-cheap $200, if you know where to shop. However, there are now signs that these Google-powered portables could get even cheaper. MediaTek has contributed code to Chromium OS (the base for Chrome OS) for a test...

Gameover Zeus botnet reanimated, exposing the harm in "open" Android, Windows malware platforms

Apple's iOS and OS X platforms aren't directly affected by the rampant malware infestations that plague Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows, but that doesn't mean they can't be victimized by it, as the collateral damage and smokescreen of a reanimated botnet targeting unpatched, vulnerable systems demonstrates.

How to rip DVDs on OS X and get movies onto your Mac media server

Getting video from a DVD to your Mac isn't quite as easy as iTunes makes it for audio CDs, but we'll show you how Part of setting up a Mac as your media server involves making it easy to access your media. For most of us, media includes movies and TV shows. Show More Summary

Apple Starts a Blog for Swift Developers

Good news for Apple developers: the Cupertino giant launched a bunch of new resources for its Swift programming language on Friday. Announced at WWDC 2014, Swift is Apple's new programming language for iOS and OS XEarly response from...Show More Summary

Acer launches the first useful Chromebook with an Intel Core i3 CPU

Acer recently announced that it will be shipping the first Chromebook featuring an Intel Core i3 processor, and it will only cost about $350. As Chrome OS and Chromebook hardware both become more capable, the more Microsoft and Apple need to worry. Show More Summary

Samsung Z mobe a NO-SHOW at Moscow Tizen Developer Summit

More launch delays for Samsung's Android-alternative smartphone OS Samsung has suffered another setback in its quest to offer the world an alternative to Android, having failed to launch the first smartphone running its Tizen mobile OS as planned.…

Apple launches blog for new Swift programming language

With the release of iOS 8 getting closer by the day, Apple has started a new blog to answer questions about Swift, the new programming language for iOS and OS X. Swift aims to make writing code more interactive and fun, while keeping apps running...

Apple launches new Swift blog, offers Xcode 6 beta for free

Getting Xcode betas used to require $99-a-year OS X or iOS program memberships.

Apple Opens Up With A New Blog About Swift, Its New Programming Language

Apple just launched a blog about Swift, its new programming language that makes it easier to build applications for iOS and Mac OS X. This is a first for Apple, and marks a new period of openness for the famously walled-in tech giant. Read More

Daily Deals for July 11, 2014, featuring 1 TB of DrivePop Cloud Backup

It's time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring exclusive TUAW Deals, a handy list from Dealnews and our own handpicked iOS and OS X selections. All prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly....

Apple launches blog to highlight new Swift programming language

Apple has launched a blog on its official developer website to promote the new Swift programming language. Swift, which was announced at WWDC 2014, is a successor to the Objective-C programming language for iOS and OS X, and it provides new, cleaner, and more robust tools for developing applications. The blog will be dedicated to […]

Action extensions in OS X Yosemite: Explained

Action extensions promise to rework your Yosemite workflow by putting your content front and center instead of your apps OS X's Yosemite's new Markup tool is an example of a new class of technology called Action extensions. Action extensions promise to save you time and make you more productive with the software you're already using. Show More Summary

Russian launch of Samsung Z with Tizen OS delayed

Samsung has delayed the launch of its Tizen-powered Samsung Z smartphone in Russia and has not issued an updated time frame for when the device will go on sale.

Samsung's first Tizen phone slips further into the future

Samsung's Tizen mobile OS already powers a pair of smartwatches, but what about those smartphones we've been promised for so long? Well the company's first consumer-ready Tizen phone -- the Samsung Z -- was supposed to make its official debut at a...

Apple introduces new WebKit features in latest Safari beta builds for OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion

Apple on Thursday seeded to developers new builds of Safari for OS X 10.9 Mavericks and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion featuring new WebKit modifications including WebGL tweaks, which should see wider adoption in OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iO...

Apple blocks all outdated versions of Adobe Flash in Safari due to vulnerabilities

Due to a security flaw discovered in its Flash Player software, Adobe released an update to the web plugin earlier this week. Today Apple confirmed that it had updated its plugin blacklist for OS X to stop the system from using a version of Flash Player older than (or on older systems). According to […]

PSA: Factory Resets Don't Make Your Phone Safe to Sell

If you plan on selling or donating your smartphone and want to make sure all of your data is off of it, make sure you do more than just factory reset through the phone's OS. Security researchers picked up several phones "wiped" this way, and found tons of data. Read more...

5 Windows 7 Features You Didn’t Know Existed

Windows XP may be gone, but all is not lost. Windows 7 may replace it as the legacy Windows OS of choice, especially considering the little-known features hidden away in Windows 7 that may make you realize just how much you love the OS. Show More Summary

How To Run Firefox OS Apps In Your Android Browser

You can now install Firefox OS apps on Android. Firefox for Android supports Mozilla’s “Open Web Apps,” allowing you to install and run Firefox OS apps directly on an Android device. The Firefox Marketplace now functions as an alternative app store for Android, just as the Amazon App Store does. Show More Summary

Haha, this alternate Mario costume in Super Smash Bros.

I love Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai's description of these palette swaps: "The character farther in the back isn't from the Imperial forces, and the character in the front is not the infamous drum-playing puppet in Osaka. Show More Summary

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