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Just general news.
Yesterday, we posted about how a developer managed to hack Mac OS X Lion to run on the Samsung Series 7. Now, with a follow up, of sorts, on that story, we have a video released of the Samsung Windows 8 tablet successfully running Mac OS X, shown below:Read More →
The Series 7 computer from Samsung was supposed to run Windows 7, but one rebellious hacker has managed to get OS X Lion installed on the machine, as demonstrated in the video above. Lion runs pretty well in the video demonstration, but the biggest problem is that for some strange reason, you’ll need an external monitor to display the OS.Read More →
On November 16, 2011 By Charles Tian
On Wednesday, November 16th, 2011, the world will get to see a 59 minute long lost interview with Steve Jobs that was originally filmed in 1995. Although lacking in video quality, the interview is sure to impress, with a look at Steve Jobs over 15 years ago.Read More →
The latest developer version of Lion, 10.7.3, is now available for download at Apple.com for developers. This third minor update to the Lion operating system released this summer is supposed to improve iCloud’s “documents in the cloud” feature, as well as add a few other improvements, according to AppleInsider. Apple has supposedly asked testers for the new OS to put their focus into iCal, Mail, Address Book, and iCloud.Read More →
Two of Adobe’s more recent software releasese, Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, are now availble for download by Mac users on the Mac App Store. The applications each cost $79.99, containing various improvements over previous versions of the software that were released. Here’s a banner showing just what exactly you can do with this software:Read More →
There has recently been evidence that the tides have changed, my friends. And unfortunately, they aren’t changing in favor of Apple, and the company isn’t looking too hot in the third quarter of 2011. To start off, Samsung has stolen the top spot from Apple in smartphone sales during the quarter, as the company missed its sales expectations for the first time in five years. If you recall in the second quarter of 2011, Apple topped all other smartphone vendors by selling 20.34 million iPhones during the quarter, and took the crown as the world’s leading vendor.Read More →
On October 26, 2011 By Charles Tian
For those of you who are currently beta testing iTunes Match, Apple has announced that they’ll be shutting down and deleting the libraries tomorrow. Basically, this means that iTunes Match beta won’t work for you any more if you’re currently using the beta version. Apple is telling users to turn off the service both on their computers and mobile devices, and is currently working to release iTunes Match officially.Read More →
On October 21, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
The official Steve Jobs biography written by Walter Isaacson is set to released next Monday, and already, tidbits of the book have been popping up in news outlets everywhere.
However, one of the most important and shocking revelations to the public is set to air on CBS’ show 60 minutes – which will feature an interview with Walter Isaacson.Read More →