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Posted On February 26, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Wondershare TidyMyMusic For Mac Review

If you’re like me and fancy yourself to be a closet DJ, then having a well organized iTunes library is a must. I love my music, but with a library of over 4000 songs, I struggle to keep things nice and tidy until now – thanks to TidyMyMusic. What is it? Wondershare website boasted that TidyMyMusic (Mac): Is an all-in-one solution which uses sophisticated acoustic fingerprint technology to accurately find and add artist name, song name, album art, genre info and more. You can even download and view song lyrics and weedRead More
Times Tech writer –  Harry McCracken has posted an exclusive video of Steve Jobs describing the Mac as “insanely great” at the monthly general meeting of the Boston Computer Society. According to Harry McCracken, “the BCS version, all 90 minutes of it are there in the video at the top of this post, available for the first time in their entirety since they were shot on January 30, 1984.” Steve Jobs took the opportunity to decry a  future controlled by IBM and more importantly , suggests that the invention of Macintosh PCRead More
Vital Connect

Posted On January 18, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Apple Hires More Biosenor Specialists To Work On iWatch

According to a new report from 9to5 Mac, Apple has been recruiting specialists in the Biosensors field to create a super smart wearable device – iWatch. Last year 9to5 mac reported that Apple hired several scientists, engineers, and managers in the field of biomedical technologies, glucose sensors and more to work on their rumored iWatch product. In the last few months, Apple has reportedly add two prominent individuals to this list. According to the report, the Cupertino-based company hired Nancy Dougherty from startup Sano Intelligence and Ravi Narasimhan from general medical devices firm Vital Connect. Dougherty’s work at Sano Intelligence involved creating small, painless patch that can workRead More

Posted On January 8, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac And Windows

If you ever have the misfortune of accidentally deleting that all important files from your Mac/Windows, the folks at EaseUS has just the tool for you. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for both Mac and Windows PC allows users to recover unlimited file types from your Mac/Windows internal and external storage. I’m currently using the Mac version of the software and it does exactly what it says on the tin. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is super easy set up and use. After activation, users are only two clicks away from recovering that lost documents,Read More
Mac Pro 2013
The definitive Mac Pro 2013 review is finally here. Anand Lal Shimpi has once again published an excellent review of the Mac Pro 2013. The review is quite in-depth, covering areas such as hardware, pricing, configuration, 4k support and experience, CPU performance, gaming performance etc. One the biggest criticism of the Mac Pro 2013 was the high price. However, Anand Lal Shimpi compared the entry level Mac Pro with simialr workstation PCs on the market and found that the Mac Pro 2013 was actually cheaper: There are other imbalances between the comparison (HP supports more displays, Apple featuresRead More

Posted On November 28, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

MacWorld: Is Apple still an innovator?

Christopher Breen in a piece for MacWorld suggests that Apple is not innovating at the moment. Breen made a salient point in that Apple has only disrupt / innovate three times in the last twelve years: iPod – This completely changes the way we acquire and listen to music. iPhone – This completely changes the way we think of a computer in the pocket. iPad – This completely changes the way we think of tablet computing. Christopher Breen: It’s not that those last two—or other companies like them—lack smarts and drive. It’sRead More

Posted On October 15, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple Announces Special Event For October 22

[quote cite=”Jim Dalrymple” url=””]Apple on Tuesday announced a special event for October 22. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco and will begin at 10:00 am PT. It is widely expected that Apple will update its iPad and iPad mini products during the event, although we could see the introduction of OS X Mavericks and other Mac products as well.[/quote]Read More

Posted On October 6, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Jean-Louis Gassée: Apple Under Siege

An excellent piece by Jean-Louis Gassée, who started Apple France in 1981, moved to Cupertino, California in 1985 and became president of the Apple Products Division, covering worldwide product development, manufacturing and product marketing. Jean-Louis Gassée: I am one of the many who are in Steve’s debt and I miss him greatly. I consider him the greatest creator and editor of products this industry has ever known, and am awed by how he managed the most successful transformation of a company — and of himself — we’ve ever seen. I watched hisRead More
Here we have a very insightful piece by the Globe and Mail detailing  Blackberry’s fall from grace. And as you would expect, the blame was placed on the iPhone. The Globe and Mail: Mike Lazaridis was at home on his treadmill and watching television when he first saw the Apple iPhone in early 2007. There were a few things he didn’t understand about the product. So, that summer, he pried one open to look inside and was shocked. It was like Apple had stuffed a Mac computer into a cellphone,Read More

Posted On September 24, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Algoriddim Djay and Vjay Apps Updated with 64-bit Support

Apple latest iPhone 64-bit has received glowing reviews, however, the general consensus what that this technology will be more useful in the future. “For chip nerds the idea of 64-bit chip inside a smartphone is overkill,” Stacey Higginbotham writes for Gigaom. “The benefits of a 64-bit chip is that is can take advantage of 4 gigabytes of addressable RAM, but most smartphones are barely hitting 2 or 3 GB of RAM today. Plus, the operating system has to be tweaked to run on a 64-bit chip.” However, others believe the new 64-bit architectureRead More
People love publishing pictures on Internet today and the trend has been simply on the rise, thanks to the emergence of various photo-sharing websites, social networks and other communities. So, if you also want to join the bandwagon, then a good photo editing suite can make this process a cake-walk for you even if you are a beginner. Utility and Ease of Usage The biggest reason why professionals and even amateur photographers go for photo editing software is that they help them give that professional touch to their pictures. TheseRead More
According to a report from 9to5 Mac, codes found in iOS indicate that Apple next-generation iPhone will have a biometric fingerprint sensor. The following strings  are what an iPhone with VoiceOver  would read to a user. Strings: bplist00‘_”enroll.tutor.image.label.left.hand_fingerprint.image_#enroll.tutor.image.label.right.hand_fingerprint.status_ hPhoto of a person holding an iPhone with their left hand while touching the Home button with their thumb_; A fingerprint that changes colour during the setup process._ iPhoto of a person holding an iPhone with their right hand while touching the Home button with their thumb_Recognition is The report also suggests thatRead More