XMBC media center updates to 9.11 Camelot, introducing a whole new look and feelRead More
Often times, your fastest DNS service is the one provided to you by default from your internet service provider, but sometimes it isn’t. How can you find out which is the fastest?Read More
Within one month of its launch, Windows 7 is already ahead of Mac OS X in term of its market share. The new operating system from Microsoft has started tasting early success.Read More
Amazon is announcing that Kindle ebook software would soon be available for Mac OS X. Users would be able to download and read books on their Apple machines using this software.Read More
TweetMyMac is a free utility that allows you to control your Mac remotely. It is very similar to TweetMyPC and enables you to shutdown, restart or send your computer to sleep by simply sending a tweet.Read More
Sony Ericsson iSync plugin for iSync comes to rescue. The iSync Plugin for Mac enables iSync support for your Sony Ericsson phone. By installing the iSync phone plug-in, you will be able to synchronise iCal and Address Book with your phone’s Calendar and Contacts.Read More
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is just around the corner. We’ve got hold of some beautiful wallpapers that will make their way to the Snow Leopard release. Download the official Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wallpapers now, and say “I’ve got them too!”Read More
Apple has a pretty bad habit to be closed to everything except its products. Itâ€™s a nightmare if you want to synchronize Mac with other device, let alone a winMo.
SyncMate is an awesome utility software for your mac to synchronize mac-to-mac and mac-to-other devices.Read More
Prey is a free open source software which can help you recover stolen laptops. Prey automatically e-mails a wide range of information including the picture of the thief from a stolen laptop.Read More
During World Wide Developer Conference 09â€™ this year, Apple announced new Mac Book and Mac Book Proâ€™s featuring unibody aluminium construction, 7hours of battery life and most importantly a lower price tag for the base model. The downside was non-user replaceable battery and a lower specâ€™ed hardwareRead More
If you have MAC OS X 10.4 and 10.5, then download Scribbles, a simple, incredibly easy to sue, revolutionary interface and powerful drawing tool for MAC.
You can download it for free and use it as long as you want, and you can buy the license for $19.95 when you are happy with it’s performance.Read More