Mac OS X

Apple Confirms no Trial Software or Demos in Mac App Store

Apple Confirms no Trial Software or Demos in Mac App Store

Apple has confirmed, over the course of Thursday night, that their upcoming Mac App Store will not feature demos, or any trial software for the applications therein. It's a distinct step in the opposite direction that the Cupertino-based company has utilized in their App Store since its debut. The news was made known by Apple recently via their News and Announcements for Apple Developers. The Mac App Store, which is set to debut by the end of January, will launch on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

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MacBook Air 11.6″ Review

MacBook Air 11.6″ Review

Steve Jobs' views on budget ultraportable are pretty clear. "We don't know how to make a $500 computer that's not a piece of junk,” he told investors back in 2008, and so the new 2010 MacBook Air is neither of those things. Instead, it's a $999+ slice of instant-on notebook and, if you believe the hyperbole, pulls together the best of Apple's MacBook range and their best-selling iPad. It doesn't hurt that it's almost indecently fabulous looking, too. Check out the SlashGear review of the 11.6-inch MacBook Air 2010 after the cut.

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JooJoo Gets Mac OS X Upgrade, Unofficially

JooJoo Gets Mac OS X Upgrade, Unofficially

The JooJoo is one of those tablets that may have been more suited for the past, instead of the present. While the CEO of Fusion Garage firmly believes that his tablet device, formerly known as the CrunchPad, is better than the competition, sales numbers, and reviews, would likely speak to the opposite effect. So, if you were one of the handful of people out there to actually order (and receive) your JooJoo, we've got some exciting news for you! You can now install OS X on it.

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Apple iTunes 9.1 Goes Live; Mac OS X 10.6.3 Released

Apple iTunes 9.1 Goes Live; Mac OS X 10.6.3 Released

Apple is definitely stepping up to the plate this week. They've released two major updates to the two biggest players on the software front. The iTunes update is designed specifically to address the coming features that the iPad is going to need to function; and the latter is meant to patch up several quirks in the previous version of the Operating System, along with some improved compatibility.

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