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Splashtop Remote doesn't just share your Mac's screen with your iPad, it also streams the audio.
MacPractice is showing off its updated line of medical record-keeping software at this weekend's Macworld Expo 2011, touting its new certification that lets doctors and hospitals receive federal subsidies to adopt electronic record-keeping.
The latest version of the OS X media browser, available exclusively through the Mac App Store, adds a new searchable Flickr browser and sports a redesigned architecture that should boost the application's responsiveness.
Etima has released an upgrade to its Mac-syncing utility, SyncMate, giving it the ability to sync your Mac with an Android phone, along with a revamped interface and improved device mounting features.
TestFlight is a free service that leverages little-known iOS 4 features to take much of the pain out of testing new apps for both developers and end users l.
Growl is known to many a Mac user, but its sudden and surprising appearance in some Macs has caused a stir.
The annual report from security software maker Intego suggests a modest rise in the sophistication of Mac malware during 2010, though the numbers are still tiny and hard to meaningfully compare to PC equivalents.
Avatron has released Print Sharing, which lets iOS users print wirelessly to printers shared on Macs and Linux machines.
EarthDesk, the software program that replaces your computer’s desktop with a real-time satellite-style view of the planet, is now available in the Mac App Store.
The $4 Remote HD app lets older Apple TVs running FireCore's aTV Flash add-on to use AirPlay to stream video from other devices.
Mavizon and Griffin are each unveiling systems that will give iPhone users a similar ability to monitor their vehicle's performance and location.
m3me's Remote Conductor app turns an iPad into a large trackpad, with additional useful features available on the display.
Yahoo has shaken its users's faith in the future of Delicious, the popular social bookmarking service it bought in 2005 and largely allowed to languish. If you're thinking about jumping ship, there are plenty of alternative services and apps that should fit just about anyone's workflow.
Since its introduction as part of OS X 10.5 Leopard in 2007, Time Machine has given Mac users an easy way to back up and restore files. From the beginning, though, Time Machine’s design has made it less than ideal for certain backup needs. As time has passed, backup products have evolved. How does Time Machine compare to the competition today?
Most of us use OS X’s stock interface elements, arranged as they were out of the box. But you don’t have to use someone else’s workspace. Here’s how some Mac users have customized the Mac’s visual environment.