Category archives for: Mac Software

Apple Release News Dev Betas for iOS 11, watchOS, tvOS 11, macOS High Sierra 10.13, and Xcode 9

Apple today seeded the fifth beta of iOS 11 to application developers. This beta is not yet available to public beta testers, though Apple typically releases new public betas shortly after it updates the developer code. Apple continues to refine iOS 11 and add features based on developer feedback. The company did not call out any […]

Apple Updates iPhone, Watch, AppleTV and Mac OS Software

Apple has pushed out updates to four of its core platforms. iPhone and iPad owners can update their devices to iOS 10.3.3, which Apple has been testing with developers for more than a month. The minor system update, likely the last for iOS 10, includes bug fixes and performance improvements. Apple also released watchOS 3.2.3, tvOS […]

Happy World Emoji Day – Apple Brings New Emoji to iOS, MacOS, and watchOS

Apple today celebrated World Emoji day by debuting  new emoji that will be added to iOS, MacOS, and watchOS later this year. Some of the humanesque additions include a woman in a headscarf, a bearded person, and a breastfeeding woman, while food additions include sandwiches and coconuts. Characters such as zebras, T-Rex, zombies, and elves are […]

Facebook Now Supports Closed Captions for Live Video

Facebook said publishers and viewers alike can take advantage of closed captions on live videos. Content producers will need to enable closed captions on their broadcasts, as will people on their phones, tablets, or PCs. Once turned un, live videos will include captions so those who with hearing difficulties can follow along. The feature is free […]

Chrome 59 Released for Mac, Windows, and Linux – Packs Material Settings, Native macOS Notifications

Chrome 59 is rolling out now to Mac, Windows, and Linux with a number of developer-focused features and security fixes. The biggest addition is support for native macOS notifications and full support of the animated PNG format. Under development for quite a while, the Material revamp of Settings is finally available with various controls now […]

Microsoft Updates Skype to Take on Snapchat – Adds Highlight Reels

Microsoft has totally re-envisioned its Skype messaging application and, in the process, made it more like Snapchat and Facebook Messenger. To start, Skype offers more personalization. For example, users can tweak colors and more easily add animated emoji and reaction icons to conversations. The app now supports what Microsoft calls a Highlight Reel, which is […]

Apple Drops a Fourth Round of iOS, WatchOS Betas

Apple has made iOS 10.3.2 Beta 4 available to developers. Apple hasn’t provided any specific details about what’s in iOS 10.3.2; it likely focuses on resolving bugs and smoothing over performance issues. Apple also made fourth betas of watchOS 3.2.2, macOS Sierra 10.12.5, and tvOS 10.2.1 available to developers. Apple hasn’t indicated if or when these new […]

Apple Releases a Fresh Round of Beta Builds

Apple has made iOS 10.3.2 Beta 2 available to developers. Apple has not provided any details about what’s contained in iOS 10.3.2, though it likely focuses on resolving bugs and performance issues. Apple also made second betas of watchOS 3.2.2, macOS Sierra 10.12.5, and tvOS 10.2.1 available to developers. Apple hasn’t indicated if or when […]

Facebook Introduces New Tools to Fight Revenge Porn

Facebook today introduced new tools designed to help victims of revenge porn. Now, if you happen to come across an intimate image on Facebook that you believe was shared without permission, it will be easier to report it. To do so, just tap on the downward arrow or “…” next to a post and click […]

@Replies No Longer Count Toward 140-Character Limit on Twitter

Twitter today improved its service a little bit by cutting @replies from the character limit. Moving forward, when people reply to an individual or to a group, the @username(s) will not count toward the Tweet’s 140 characters. Twitter says the addressees’ names will appear above the Tweet text rather than within the Tweet itself. Toggles […]

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