Apple’s latest revision to its world class operating system, likely nicknamed “Lion” in a series of big cat nicknames, has some amazing features that will likely move it even further beyond Microsoft Windows and other desktop operating systems. Read the rest of this entry »
Head First iPhone Development by Dan Pilone and Tracey Pilone is billed as a “Brain-Freindly Guide” and it delivers. It covers the use of Xcode and Interface Builder to create iPhone and iPod Touch applications.
Apple has decided to discontinue its support of the open source ZFS file system. ZFS had been touted as the best emerging file system for the near future, so why would Apple discontinue ZFS after throwing its support behind it? I think there are 4 possibilities.
Recently, I’ve had to intervene to help some clients access their Time Warner Road Runner email accounts while they are not connected to the Time Warner Road Runner network. While they could use the web mail provided by Time Warner, they were looking for a solution to keep using their Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Apple Mail, and iPhone when outside a Road Runner connection. There is a ton of confusing misinformation about this issue on the internet, so here we go…
Google promised that Mac and Linux versions of Chrome would be released swiftly when they released Chrome version 1.0 for Windows. Now, they’ve released Chrome version 3.0. But where are the Mac and Linux versions?
Google and the FCC are complaining about the rejection of Google Voice from the iPhone App Store. The implication that a Google Voice app should be accepted by Apple is not supported by law or the free enterprise system in the United States.
A generous programmer has taken on a daunting task and has succeeded. Known simply as “Matt”, he wrote an iPhone application for every day of the month in August and posted the complete source code for the public.
The public will get to enjoy Apple’s Snow Leopard on August 28. Among the many improvements and enhancements Mac users can expect, they will also be getting excellent free screencasting software courtesy of Snow Leopard.
Today Google issued a press release that they will introduce a “Chrome” Operating System in 2010. It was transparent that Google is looking to get some media attention amidst the upcoming releases of Apple’s Snow Leopard OS and Microsoft’s Windows 7 OS.
If you use an external display connected to your Mac, and if you’ve updated to Leopard 10.5.7, you may experience problems running your external display at its optimum resolution. Problems include the inability to select the correct resolution, blurry text, and in some cases, default video modes that your monitor can not even accept. Plus, you may notice your external display going off every few seconds. Read on for a solution.