Articles Filed Under "Software"
News covering various software.
We at iTracki really like some interesting infographics, and we picked up on this one thanks to TUAW and thought we’d share it with you. The new file saving system in Lion is different from how it was in previous operating systems, so here are two nice infographics that show how saving used to be (The Age of the Dinosaurs), and how saving is now (The Age of the Lions). Hope you enjoy, thumbnails below, just click to enlarge.Read More →
Mac users have been complaining about system crashes they are having after upgraded to the newly released OS X Lion. Users are saying that Macs will crash and display a completely black screen, or just a graphics kernel crash.Read More →
Lots of developers are trying to cash in on the iOS beta access program by selling their access to the iOS 5 beta to outsiders. Developers are left with free slots for registering UDID’s, the identifier codes of iOS devices. They sell the free slots to people online trying to get early but illegal access at the unreleased iOS version.Read More →
Apple just unleashed iOS 5 Beta 5 for developers in the Developer Center, along with an updated iTunes beta, Xcode Developer Preview and Apple TV beta update. The iOS 5 beta update is also downloadable via an Over The Air update straight onto the device.Read More →
There’s a new Trojan virus going around the internet that affects Macs. It pretends to be an installer for Adobe Flash, which people install all the time when getting new computers or when they find out they need it to watch Youtube videos and view webpage content.Read More →
With the release of OS X Lion on the Mac App Store, Apple stated they would also make USB drives for installing available for those who couldn’t or didn’t want to use the digital download option. The drives are now available for purchase through AppleCare for $69 normally, but if you happen to find that you can’t use Lion’s built in recovery options, you can apply to get a free one.Read More →
On August 3, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
iSpeech, the creators of the popular speech recognition app for text messages, Drive Safely, is now bringing its speech technology to iOS, Android, and Blackberry Apps with the release of a new SDK.
This new self-service platform allows developers to add text to speech and speech recognition features to their apps. The best thing is, [...]Read More →
On August 2, 2011 By Matthew Dias
Apple recently unveiled the new iCloud.com to developers, adding a web client for accessing iCloud’s Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Find My iPhone, and iWork. Now to go along with the service, Apple has released an update to iWork for iOS to developers to test it out with the iCloud features.Read More →