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Apple releases OS X 10.9.4 and iOS 7.1.2 maintenance updates

Apple releases OS X 10.9.4 and iOS 7.1.2 maintenance updates

At the close of the month, Apple launched updates for both OS X Mavericks OS on Macs as well as the mobile iOS platform. While Mavericks 10.9.4 and iOS 7.1.2 do come with a few, very few in fact, new features, the focus of the update is to address security issues and bug fixes, including one that was discovered shortly after the unveiling of iOS 8.

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This may be the best app for sharing files from your Mac

This may be the best app for sharing files from your Mac

Not that sharing files from your Mac is difficult, but it could be easier. Sourcing, emailing, Air Drop — it’s a ll kind of fussy. Sharing doesn’t have to be a problem, though, and we’ve found a neat app that might make your life a lot easier when it comes time to quickly send along a folder or document.

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Mac OS X app bundle saves you a bunch, gives to charity

Mac OS X app bundle saves you a bunch, gives to charity

Love the Humble Bundle for Android? OS X has something similar! The “Name Your Own Price” bundle may not have the same roll-off-the-tongue appeal, but you’ll get the same amazing kid of deal. Currently, you can snatch over $400 worth of apps for about $11.

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Three OS X apps to help you find any of your files, anywhere

Three OS X apps to help you find any of your files, anywhere

If you’re like most users, you have files all over the place. Locally stored, in one of eleventeen cloud storage dumpsters — and it’s hard to keep track of where your stuff is! You don't have to wait for OS X Yosemite and that cool new search feature, either -- you can find all your stuff now! With these three apps for OS X, you’ll be able to hit one search spot to find anything, just about anywhere.

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Mac OS X Yosemite and El Cap names tipped

Mac OS X Yosemite and El Cap names tipped

Rumors abound over Apple's upcoming developers conference: what will be introduced, what changes will take place, and more. Latest among them are hints dropped by Apple's own WWDC event efforts -- in this case, a possible hint about what the next version of OS X will be called.

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OS X, iTunes, Safari update: 4K display support, better security

OS X, iTunes, Safari update: 4K display support, better security

Apple sent out an update for OS X and iTunes today, both of which are incremental but make necessary changes. With OS X, support for 4K monitors has improved on both the Mac Pro and MacBook Pro 15-inch. Contact syncing also gets a wired update, as well as some in-depth tweaks most will never encounter.

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Titanfall for Mac OS X: a possibility

Titanfall for Mac OS X: a possibility

Titanfall has won the hearts of gamers far and wide, having launched after drumming up scores of excitement and teases. We recently reviewed the game, giving those who haven't taken the plunge yet a thorough look at what it offers. If you're running Mac OS X, don't pass it over: Titanfall could be coming to the Apple platform in the future.

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Office for Mac update arrives this year

Office for Mac update arrives this year

Mac users who have been long awaiting a proper Microsoft Office update can rejoice: the company's Manager for Office in Germany has stated a new release will arrive some time later on this year, marking the first version update since 2011.

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OS X 10.9.3 to bring 4K display and 60 Hz output on 2013 MacBook Pro

OS X 10.9.3 to bring 4K display and 60 Hz output on 2013 MacBook Pro

It seems that Apple is ready to turbo charge the display capabilities of its current hardware lineup with the upcoming OS X 10.9.3 update. Spotted by beta testers is a new setting that enables native resolution on 4K display as well as 4K output at 60 Hz on 2013 Retina MacBook Pros.

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Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth hands-on

Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth hands-on

Griffin has just outed a revamped, redesigned, and slightly more limited incarnation of its popular PowerMate dial control. Eschewing USB cables for a Bluetooth 4.0 connection, the new PowerMate Bluetooth is more portable, not to mention more stylish, but will it be able to replicate the success of its predecessor? Here at CES 2014, we got a first hand experience with the PowerMate Bluetooth to find out for ourselves.

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Windows 8.1 market share increases as Windows overall decreases

Windows 8.1 market share increases as Windows overall decreases

Windows 8.1 doubled its market share among operating systems in its first half-month on the market, according to a new report by web analytics firm Net Applications. The OS rose from 0.87% market share to 1.72%, for a 0.85% gain. The trend is expected to continue in November and beyond as Microsoft herds its customers away from its previous operating systems and towards 8.1.

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OS X Mavericks made free: release today

OS X Mavericks made free: release today

Coming out of the Apple event, it looks like OS X Mavericks is going to be available beginning today. This latest news comes just a few weeks after the gold master was made available for developers. But there is a bit more to this than simply getting access today. Apple has said they "want to get Mavericks into as many peoples' hands as possible." For that, OS X 10.9 is coming as a free update.

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