Posts tagged os-x


Google today rolled out a new Chrome beta for OS X — officially dubbed Chrome Canary — which finally takes advantage of the 64-bit processors built into the latest Macs. The change should mean better performance when browsing the web, but it isn’t quite ready to become your daily driver just yet.


When Android launched Ice Cream Sandwich back in October 2011 it was very unattractive, muddled and disorganized, but Google has never stopped dabbling with Android’s design and now it has evolved into a significantly cleaner, more subtle operating system. However, it looks like the search engine giant isn’t done just yet.


When I think about buying a new computer, my first concern is whether I want Windows or OS X. I almost always choose the latter, but a number of PC manufacturers are hoping to turn more and more of us onto Android instead.

We’ve seen Android-powered notebooks and desktops from the likes of Acer and Asus, and now HP looks set to continue the trend with the Slatebook 14 — a new laptop powered solely by the world’s biggest mobile operating system.


I discovered an awesome new Twitter client when I was browsing Google Play earlier this week, and after using it for the past four days, I’m encouraging everyone I know with an Android device to go get it.

It’s called Fenix, and it’s the best third-party Twitter client you’ll find — for many reasons. Not only does it look good, but it’s easy to use, customizable, and feature-packed. Here’s why you should download it today.


In a move that’s sure to upset some third-party app developers, Microsoft is planning to launch official Remote Desktop apps for Android and iOS later this month. Like the Remote Desktop solutions for Windows and OS X, the apps will allow you to connect to your PC and control it remotely from your smartphone and tablet.

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