OSX

  • Siri gets more proactive, and a lot more colourful in iOS9

    In iOS9, Siri is getting smarter.. lots smarter. Siri will become a blend of Cortana and Google Now and also received big cheers for being released to developers as an API. This means iOS9 apps will be able to leverage the power of voice commands to get common tasks...
  • The next version of OSX is called “El Capitan”

    During Apple’s WWDC keynote, they announced the next version of OSX which has been officially titled, OS X El Capitan. As usual, there’s lots of new features, and below, we’ve listed the most important. Features To find your cursor, you can now rapidly move your mouse, or finger over...
  • OSX Mavericks should have been like this

    Apple have released the OSX Mavericks GM build to developers, this means its done, finished and ready for the mainstream. Next week, Apple will hold an iPad event and is also expected to release OSX Mavericks at the same time. If you’ve seen any coverage of Mavericks since Apple...
  • Shared Links may be the best feature of OSX Mavericks

    Sorry Chrome, your great, but in Mavericks, Safari is better. This is for one simple reason, Shared Links. I found myself using this all the time to the point where I now want it as a feature in every browser. While there is a lot new in OSX Mavericks,...
  • Review: OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion

    This week Apple’s latest OS, Mountain Lion was released. After spending a few days its now time to give you the run down of what works, what doesn’t and let you know if its worth your time and $20 to upgrade. Notifications A unification of notifications systems was long...
  • Mac OSX Lion now available in Mac App Store, $A31.99

    This morning while you were sleeping, Apple pushed the launch button on the latest version of their operating system Mac OSX Lion. It’s available now for download via the Mac App Store for A$31.99 inc GST. Lion weighs in at a hefty 3.49GB (big bones I’m sure), download time...