Category archives for: Mac Software

Twitter Adds More Tools to Stop Abuse

Twitter has added several new tools that users can employ to improve their experience on the social network. To start, Twitter is more aggressively identifying and hiding abusive and low-quality replies. The idea here is to prevent users from seeing potentially hurtful responses to their tweets. Twitter says these responses will still be accessible to […]

Apple Drops New iOS, tvOS, Xcode and WatchOS Betas to Devs

Apple has made available a handful of new beta builds of its core operating systems. The new releases include iOS 10.3 beta 2, watchOS 3.2 beta 2, tvOS 10.2 beta 2, and Xcode 8.3 beta 2. The most notable new feature of iOS 10.3 is a tool called Find My AirPods, which helps people locate lost […]

Avid Wins Two TEC Awards at the 2017 NAMM Show

Avid has won two technical achievement awards at the 32nd Annual NAMM Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards. The NAMM TEC awards celebrated the best in pro audio and sound recording, with 180 nominees vying for 31 technical and creative awards. Avid Pro Tools won the award for best Workstation Technology/Recording Devices, while the portable, affordable […]

iOS 10.3 Beta 1 Adds Find My AirPods Tool

Apple today released a slew of new beta builds for its various operating systems. iOS 10.3 beta 1 for the iPhone and iPad adds one significant new feature called Find My AirPods. With it, people can locate their AirPod headphones by forcing the ear buds to emit a loud, high-pitched sound. Apple didn’t call out […]

New Apple iOS, macOS Betas

Apple has released new beta versions of iOS and macOS. These betas are specifically for developers, rather than public beta testers. App writers can download and test beta 2 of iOS 10.2.1 and beta 2 of macOS Sierra 10.12.3. Apple has not said anything about this particular batch of betas, which likely resolve bugs and […]

Employee Project Adds Accessibility Information to Google Maps

Google Maps is now wheelchair-friendly. The popular map app will now tell you whether locations are suitable for people with access needs — and it’s thanks to a group of Googlers who worked on the feature in their “20% time.” It’s a famous policy of the Californian search giant: Employees can spend 20% of their […]

Apple Drops Another Round of Betas

Apple today released a handful of new beta versions of its core operating systems. These betas are specifically for developers, rather than public beta testers. App writers can download and test beta 6 of iOS 10.2, beta 5 of watchOS 3.1.1, and beta 5 of macOS Sierra 10.12.2. Previous beta releases of iOS 10.2 show […]

VLC Gains Support for 360-Degree Video

The free, open-source VLC media player just got a sweet new feature: support for 360-degree videos. The nonprofit VideoLAN organization worked with 360-degree camera maker Giroptic on the new feature, which will let you play all your 360-degree videos and images directly within VLC. VideoLAN says this makes VLC the first major video player to […]

Apple Releases Dev Beta 4 of iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.2

Apple today released a handful of new beta versions of its core operating systems. These betas are specifically for developers, rather than public beta testers. App writers can download and test beta 4 of iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1, and macOS Sierra 10.12.2. Previous beta releases of iOS 10.2 show the platform includes Unicode 9 with […]

Apple Releases More Betas to Devs – Including iOS 10.2

Apple today released a handful of new beta versions of its core operating systems. These betas are specifically for developers, rather than public beta testers. App writers can download and test beta 3 of iOS 10.2, macOS Sierra 10.12.2, and tvOS 10.1, and beta 2 of Xcode 8.2. Previous beta releases of iOS 10.2 show […]

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