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Pixelmator Pro is a Mac Photoshop alternative with AI features

Pixelmator Pro is a Mac Photoshop alternative with AI features

Pixelmator has just launched a powerful Adobe Photoshop alternative, and it only costs $60. Called Pixelmator Pro, this Mac exclusive boasts features that utilize machine learning for accomplishing certain tasks, not to mention a roster of other image editing tools. The app was previewed months ago and is now available for any Mac owner to buy straight from the Mac App Store.

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MacOS flaw fix update out now

MacOS flaw fix update out now

This morning Apple released a fix for the flaw discovered yesterday in their macOS High Sierra system. Anyone using High Sierra would potentially be at risk of data theft via unauthorized login without this software update today. The security flaw allowed any user to log in to an Apple computer by logging in with the self-created user ROOT.

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Major macOS High Sierra flaw found: How to fix it (for now)

Major macOS High Sierra flaw found: How to fix it (for now)

Today a bit of a security flaw was found in macOS High Sierra, Apple's latest MacBook operating system. This flaw includes a few taps of the login submit button, the entering of the name ROOT, and a password field left blank. That's all it takes to log in to a MacBook with High Sierra onboard. Until Apple submits an update which fixes this security flaw, you're going to want to follow the directions provided below.

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iMac Pro tipped to feature always-on ‘Hey Siri’, A10 Fusion chip

iMac Pro tipped to feature always-on ‘Hey Siri’, A10 Fusion chip

While we don't have an official release date just yet, Apple's new iMac Pro is still due for release before the year's end. With that window quickly closing, a few interesting details about Apple's high-end desktop have begun to surface thanks to developers getting their hands on the BridgeOS 2.0 software. Namely, it appears the iMac Pro will feature an A10 Fusion chip as a co-processor, and that it will be able to support an always-on "Hey Siri" setting.

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Cardhop breathes life into the dead ‘contacts’ app

Cardhop breathes life into the dead ‘contacts’ app

We shouldn’t ignore the obvious: managing your contacts are boring. Chances are, if you dip into whatever app/service(s) you use to corral your contacts now, it’s an unruly mess or duplicates and misinformation. Somehow, contacts never quite made it past a pretty static SQL database, on the backend or via an app. A new offering hopes to change that. From the same team that improved the calendar comes Cardhop for Mac, and it has big ambitions.

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Apple is about to open the emoji floodgates

Apple is about to open the emoji floodgates

Today, Apple revealed a new set of emoji that will be coming along with iOS 11.1. Yes, even though it feels like iOS 11 only just arrived, it's almost time for its first major update, and there should be plenty to look forward to for emoji lovers. As is usually the case with Apple's emoji reveals, these new ones cover a broad range of subjects, including people, food, animals, and mythical beings.

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Apple releases kernel source code for iOS, ARM macOS

Apple releases kernel source code for iOS, ARM macOS

While it doesn't have as aggressive a stance against open source as the old Microsoft did, Apple has never really been seen as an open source-friendly company. Which is somewhat ironic considering some of its core foundations are built on open source software, like the BSD kernel and the KHTML engine used by WebKit. So it's not exactly a small thing, though not exactly huge either, that Apple just released the kernel source code for iOS. What's more interesting, however, is that Apple also released the source code for macOS kernel for the ARM architecture.

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Apple dumps Bing for Google

Apple dumps Bing for Google

Apple is making a small yet important change to the way search works on iOS, Mac, and Siri today. When you perform a web search within Siri, iOS Search, or Spotlight on Mac, you'll now see results from Google, as Apple has made it the new default search provider. Previously, the default search engine those services used was Bing from Microsoft.

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How to download macOS High Sierra today and install

How to download macOS High Sierra today and install

On Monday Apple released the newest version of macOS to the Mac App Store for all to download and enjoy. This version of macOS was named macOS High Sierra, and its most important features are the ones you'll never see. This version of macOS is just as free as the last several releases, and I and we recommend you make with the download whenever you get a free span of time to download and load.

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iOS 11, macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 launch dates announced

iOS 11, macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 launch dates announced

The announcement of the iPhone X, perhaps the most anticipated smartphone this year, has definitely hogged the spotlight that almost all other Apple announcements paled in comparison. That said, not everyone has been enamored by the bezel-less iPhone and some are more interested in seeing Apple show some love for their relatively older devices. Worry not, because Apple also confirmed the dates for when its trio of iOS, watchOS, and macOS updates will be coming this month.

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Parallels 13, VMware Fusion 10 improve Windows on Mac experience

Parallels 13, VMware Fusion 10 improve Windows on Mac experience

Mac users might hate to admit it but, sooner or later, they will need to use software that only runs on Windows. There are a couple of ways to solve that conundrum, like dual booting macOS and Windows or running individual apps through WINE or CrossOver. But if your Mac or MacBook is powerful enough, you can also run a full blown Windows 10 installation on top of macOS. And with the new Parallels Desktop 13 and VMware Fusion 10 releases, you are promised an experience that is as good as running Windows 10 as if it were a native Mac app.

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BioShock Remastered arrives on Mac next week

BioShock Remastered arrives on Mac next week

The remastered edition of BioShock will be available to play on Mac starting next week, it has been revealed. The remastered edition will arrive in two different digital download stores, expanding the new release's initial launch on consoles and PC last year. The arrival comes alongside the iconic game's 10th anniversary, and is the first time the enhanced version has been available on Apple computers.

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