- Friday March 22
- 07:08 pmThings 3.8.2
Maintenance release of the task manager with a bevy of bug fixes and improvements. ($49.99 new, free update, 16.8 MB) TidBITSMar 22 6:083 days ago Related07:05 pmCleanMyMac X 4.3
Adds the new Space Lens feature for building a storage map and revealing the biggest space wasters. ($89.98/$39.95 new, free update, 72.4 MB) TidBITSMar 22 6:053 days ago Related07:02 pmFirefox 66.0
Adds a new Block Autoplay feature that prevents Web sites from automatically playing audio and video. (Free, 64.9 MB) TidBITSMar 22 6:023 days ago Related06:56 pmTechTool Pro 11.0.1
Major upgrade for the hard drive repair and system maintenance tool adds compatibility with macOS 10.14 Mojave. ($129 new, upgrades available) TidBITSMar 22 5:563 days ago Related06:47 pmFinal Cut Pro X 10.4.6, Compressor 4.4.4, and Motion 5.4.3
All three apps Improve reliability when sharing video to YouTube and convert media files that may be incompatible with future versions of macOS. ($299.99/$49.99/$49.99 new, free updates) TidBITSMar 22 5:473 days ago Related06:41 pmBBEdit 12.6.2
Maintenance release no longer prompts for sandbox access at startup for non-App Store builds. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.8 MB) TidBITSMar 22 5:413 days ago RelatedThursday March 2109:20 pmEuropean Commission Fines Google €1.49 Billion
The European Commission has fined Google €1.49 billion for what it’s calling abusive advertising practices, but even that stunning amount isn’t close to the largest fine the EC has levied against the search giant. And it pales in comparison to Google’s revenues.Read original article TidBITSMar 21 8:204 days ago […]Wednesday March 2009:44 pmMail Archiver X 5.0
Long-standing email archiver updates mail parser and adds support for Dark mode in macOS 10.14 Mojave. ($44.95 new, free update, 151 MB) TidBITSMar 20 8:445 days ago Related09:33 pmMarsEdit 4.3
Blog editor improves handling of uploaded GIF images. ($49.95 new, free update, 15.6 MB) TidBITSMar 20 8:335 days ago Related08:22 pmPopChar X 8.6
Maintenance update for the character discovery utility. (€29.99 new, free update, 4.9 MB) TidBITSMar 20 7:225 days ago Related05:09 pmSecond-Generation AirPods Gain “Hey Siri” and Optional W...
Apple has released second-generation AirPods that respond to “Hey Siri,” offer up to 50% more talk time, connect twice as quickly, and can be fitted with an optional wireless charging case. TidBITSMar 20 4:095 days ago Related02:28 pmFor Better or Worse, GarageBand Has Changed Music
Since its introduction in 2004, Apple’s GarageBand has become a staple in music production, perhaps even more than you may have realized.Read original article TidBITSMar 20 1:285 days ago RelatedTuesday March 1909:29 pmApple and Stanford Announce Results of Heart Study
Can wearables like the Apple Watch help advance medical research? The results of the massive Apple Heart Study would suggest so.Read original article TidBITSMar 19 8:296 days ago Related06:26 pmApple Boosts iMac Performance with Faster Multi-Core CPUs
After nearly two years, Apple has beefed up the 21.5-inch and 27-inch Retina iMacs with faster processors, graphics chips, and memory. The company also added some high-end options to the iMac Pro. TidBITSMar 19 5:266 days ago Related03:43 pmThe Tragic Death of “Do Not Track”
Over at Fast Company, Glenn Fleishman documents the rise and fall of the Do Not Track browser setting, a well-intentioned but ultimately doomed effort to make privacy easy for users.Read original article TidBITSMar 19 2:436 days ago RelatedMonday March 1806:24 pmApple Quietly Releases New iPad mini and iPad Air
Apple has at long last updated the much-loved iPad mini with modern-day specs. Joining it is a new iPad Air that’s essentially an updated 10.5-inch iPad Pro with a worse camera and two fewer speakers. TidBITSMar 18 5:247 days ago RelatedFriday March 1505:45 pmCorelDRAW Comes Back to the Mac
After an 18-year absence, the CorelDRAW vector graphics editor returns to macOS in a graphics suite that also includes a photo editor and font manager, as well as a cloud-based app for on-the-go design work. Further showing its renewed interest in the Mac, Corel has also acquired virtualization company Parallels. […]05:13 pmWWDC 2019 Scheduled for June 3rd through 7th
Apple’s 30th Worldwide Developer Conference is coming up in a few months, and Apple developers can now apply for tickets. TidBITSMar 15 4:131 week ago Related05:01 pmApple Responds to Spotify
Apple has published a response to Spotify’s Time to Play Fair site and complaint to the European Commission, but the response has drawn criticism from Apple developers and commentators.Read original article TidBITSMar 15 4:011 week ago RelatedThursday March 1410:06 pmDropbox Limits Free Accounts to Three Devices
Dropbox has introduced a three-device limit for its free Basic accounts as of this month. However, if you have four or more devices currently linked to your Dropbox account, they’ll remain connected for now. TidBITSMar 14 9:062 weeks ago Related08:30 pmFlickr Vows to Not Delete Creative Commons Images or Those o...
In an effort to make the company’s business model sustainable, Flickr is deleting excess images, but it’s taking new measures to soften the blow.Read original article TidBITSMar 14 7:302 weeks ago Related08:13 pmConsidering a Smart Doorbell? SkyBell HD Reviewed
A number of video doorbells are on the market, but at the moment, none work with Apple’s HomeKit. A couple of companies announced future support for HomeKit and more products were announced at CES. But is HomeKit really critical for a doorbell? TidBITSMar 14 7:132 weeks ago RelatedWednesday March 1309:08 pmIt’s Frustrating That Preview in Mojave Isn’t Better
After taking a close look at Preview in Mojave while updating “Take Control of Preview,” Adam Engst comes away disappointed. The new features aren’t impressive, one notable change is actively bad, and there are new bugs. But he’d still like to see Apple enhance the still-powerful graphics and […]08:45 pmSpotify Asks the European Commission to Make Apple Play Fair
Spotify is tired of Apple’s App Store policies and is now calling on the European Commission to regulate the company. The timing is notable given Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up a number of tech giants, including Apple.Read original article TidBITSMar 13 7:452 weeks […]08:07 pmDefault Folder X 5.3.5
Ensures correct operation of the Save dialog of macOS 10.14 Mojave's enhanced screenshot utility. ($34.95 new, free update, 8.9 MB) TidBITSMar 13 7:072 weeks ago Related08:05 pmSkype 8.41
Adds the capability to merge an incoming call with the current call. (Free, 93.4 MB) TidBITSMar 13 7:052 weeks ago RelatedTuesday March 1208:59 pmBig Tech Attracts Antitrust Attention from Senator Elizabeth...
Senator Elizabeth Warren made headlines recently by suggesting that the tech giants have too much power and need to be broken up. While her premise isn’t entirely wrong, Ben Thompson of Stratechery explains why the proposed solutions are misguided.Read original article TidBITSMar 12 7:592 weeks ago RelatedMonday March 1109:53 pmFour Ways Apple Could Improve Apple Music
Apple Music hasn’t changed much at all since Apple introduced it back in 2015, but Adam Engst has a few suggestions—some extremely easy—that could make listening to music through the service more enjoyable. TidBITSMar 11 8:532 weeks ago Related08:07 pmUlysses 15
Introduces a split-view editor, plus a new keyword manager and search capability. ($39.99 annual subscription, free update, 23.4 MB) TidBITSMar 11 7:072 weeks ago Related03:29 pmThe Quiet Spread of Data Brokers Selling Your Personal Infor...
A new Vermont law that requires data brokers to register with the state has enabled a Fast Company article revealing just how many of these companies there are, and how much they know about us. You can sometimes opt out.Read original article TidBITSMar 11 2:292 […]01:09 pmBBEdit 12.6.1
Maintenance release focused on bug fixes for the long-standing text editor. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.9 MB) TidBITSMar 11 12:092 weeks ago RelatedFriday March 0812:19 am15 Siri Tricks You Can Use Right Now
Siri takes a lot of flak, but it’s a lot more powerful than many people realize. If you haven’t been using Siri for much, these tips from “Take Control of Siri” author Scholle McFarland will expand your conversations with Apple’s digital assistant—and hopefully get Siri to do more […]Thursday March 0707:06 pmFacebook Promises Encrypted Messaging (and Privacy-Abusing B...
In a lengthy blog post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has promised to support end-to-end encryption and ephemeral content in the company’s messaging apps. That sounds good, but it doesn’t mean Facebook will stop exploiting all the rest of your data.Read original article TidBITSMar 7 6:063 weeks ago Related04:00 pmCloudBerry Backup for macOS: Feature-Rich but Unreliable
CloudBerry Backup is a powerful and elegant desktop backup product for the Mac, but it suffers from troubling performance and reliability issues that will make you want to look elsewhere to protect your data. TidBITSMar 7 3:003 weeks ago RelatedWednesday March 0605:08 pmChronoSync 4.9.2
Maintenance release for the synchronization and backup app. ($49.99 new for ChronoSync, free updates; 66.8 MB) TidBITSMar 6 4:083 weeks ago Related05:06 pmRumpus 8.2
Adds the Rumpus Tether client application for quick access to content on the Rumpus file transfer server. ($295 new, free update, 24.3 MB) TidBITSMar 6 4:063 weeks ago Related04:54 pmTextExpander 6.5
Improved snippet editor replaces text-based macro notation with simple visual blocks. ($40 annual subscription, free update, 18.7 MB) TidBITSMar 6 3:543 weeks ago Related04:42 pmLittle Snitch 4.3
Network traffic management utility improves detection of program modification and overall performance. ($45 new, free update, 41.7 MB) TidBITSMar 6 3:423 weeks ago RelatedMonday March 0410:53 pmUSB 3.2’s Naming Convention Is a Hot Mess; USB4 Announced
The new USB 3.2 standard promises faster devices but also a great deal of confusion thanks to an insane naming convention that retroactively mixes up different USB generations. Meanwhile, a draft of USB4 was just announced. TidBITSMar 4 9:533 weeks ago Related05:13 pmThe Secret Lives of Facebook Moderators in America
In an impressive piece of investigative journalism, Casey Newton of The Verge has published an article describing what it’s like to work as a Facebook content moderator. Short answer: it sounds horrible.Read original article TidBITSMar 4 4:133 weeks ago Related04:42 pmCarbon Copy Cloner 5.1.8
Maintenance release for the drive-cloning and backup utility with bug fixes and improvements. ($39.99 new, free update, 15.7 MB) TidBITSMar 4 3:423 weeks ago Related04:00 pmPalm’s Tiny Phone Sucks, but How About an iPhone nano?
Most Apple users won’t be interested in the new Palm, a super tiny Android phone that’s also deeply flawed. But what might an iPhone with similar proportions look like? How would it work? And would anyone want it? Let’s take a flight of fancy! TidBITSMar […]Friday March 0109:59 pmThunderclap Researchers Reveal Vulnerabilities Exploitable t...
A group of researchers has revealed a group of security vulnerabilities exploitable by merely plugging in a malicious Thunderbolt cable or peripheral. TidBITSMar 1 8:593 weeks ago RelatedThursday February 2804:06 pmApple Announces “Shot on iPhone Challenge” Winners
Apple has named ten winners in its “Shot on iPhone Challenge,” whose photos will be featured in billboards around the world, in Apple retail stores, and online.Read original article TidBITSFeb 28 3:064 weeks ago RelatedTuesday February 2604:31 pmEjector Gives the Useless Eject Key a Reason to Exist
Dave DeLong’s new Ejector app reappropriates the Eject key to eject any kind of mounted volume and adds an Eject button to the Touch Bar. TidBITSFeb 26 3:314 weeks ago RelatedMonday February 2506:18 pmBBEdit 12.6
Brings sandboxing to the text editor and provides nearly 90 additions, improvements, and bug fixes. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.9 MB) TidBITSFeb 25 5:184 weeks ago Related02:34 pm1Password 7.2.5
Improves unlock speed on some slower computers and when Touch ID is configured. ($64.99 new, free update, 52.6 MB) TidBITSFeb 25 1:344 weeks ago RelatedFriday February 2205:25 pmWhat Would Life Be Like without the Tech Giants?
Ever wondered if you could go back to a simpler time without Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft controlling our technological lives? Kashmir Hill of Gizmodo tried cutting each one out in turn and then blocked all five. Here’s how it went.Read original article TidBITSFeb 22 […]04:51 pmkernel_task Is Protective, not Problematic
Who knew? Howard Oakley reveals an Apple support note that explains that the kernel_task process monopolizes your Mac’s CPU to protect it from overheating and isn’t itself causing the problem.Read original article TidBITSFeb 22 3:511 month ago Related04:03 pmLuminar 3.0.2
Maintenance release for the photo editing app improves the recently added Library feature. ($69 new, free update, 18.4 MB) TidBITSFeb 22 3:031 month ago Related04:03 pmAttach an iPad to Your MacBook as a Second Display with Moun...
If you’d like to use another screen with your MacBook while traveling but can’t figure out how to arrange and support it, Jeff Porten has found a simple clip that attaches an iPad to a MacBook for use as a second display. TidBITSFeb […]Thursday February 2109:55 pmYouTube’s Pedophile Problem
The New York Times reports that YouTuber Matt Watson has revealed a hidden pedophile ring in the comments on Google’s video-sharing site, which has led to a massive backlash by advertisers.Read original article TidBITSFeb 21 8:551 month ago Related09:05 pmStop Renting Your Cable Modem: Buy One Instead
Cable companies make ridiculous sums by renting customers cable modems at inflated prices. In most cases, you can save money by buying your own. TidBITSFeb 21 8:051 month ago Related04:39 pmScrivener 3.1.2
Maintenance release with a lengthy list of bug fixes and improvements for the long-form writing tool. ($45 new, free update, 109 MB) TidBITSFeb 21 3:391 month ago Related03:30 pmBookends 13.2
Provides a new AppleScript dictionary and enables you to insert Cited Pages anywhere in a custom format. ($59.99 new, free update, 50.1 MB) TidBITSFeb 21 2:301 month ago Related03:09 pm19 Years Ago in TidBITS: Traveling with Technology
Remember what it was like in the early days of laptops and Internet access when we first started to be able to use technology while traveling? At the turn of the century, Gideon Greenspan penned a pair of articles for TidBITS about how he kept his shareware business […]Monday February 1810:37 pmLocast Gives You No Frills Broadcast TV at No Cost
Thinking about dropping cable TV? Cord cutters will want to check out Locast, a Web site and mobile app that lets you watch your local TV channels for free, provided you’re in one of the nine cities where it works. TidBITSFeb 18 9:371 month ago […]03:27 pmPixelmator Pro 1.3.2
Opens any photos taken in iOS 12's Portrait mode together with a layer mask. ($39.99 new, free update, 170 MB) TidBITSFeb 18 2:271 month ago RelatedFriday February 1503:56 pmEFF: Europe’s Copyright Directive Worse Than Imagined
Europe’s potentially disastrous Internet copyright rule update is headed to the European Parliament for a vote, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation warns that it’s even worse than before.Read original article TidBITSFeb 15 2:561 month ago RelatedThursday February 1411:37 pmPorn and Gambling Apps Avoiding the App Store Through Enterp...
TechCrunch has revealed that more apps are abusing Apple’s enterprise certificate program, this time to distribute gambling and porn apps outside the App Store.Read original article TidBITSFeb 14 10:371 month ago Related09:22 pmBusyCal 3.6.1
Maintenance update with a lengthy list of improvements and bug fixes for the calendar app. ($49.99 new, free update, 21.2 MB) TidBITSFeb 14 8:221 month ago Related09:20 pmAgenda 5.0
Major new release for the note-taking and task management app with new features and improvements. (Free with $24.99 premium purchase option, free update, 31.5 MB) TidBITSFeb 14 8:201 month ago Related09:15 pmLightroom Classic CC 8.2
Adds a new feature that enhances the details of raw images using Adobe Senseis artificial intelligence. ($9.99/19.99 monthly subscription Creative Cloud subscription, free update) TidBITSFeb 14 8:151 month ago Related09:12 pmMicrosoft Office for Mac 16.22
Adds a new trackpad sketching feature to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. ($149.99 new for one-time purchase, $99.99/$69.99 annual subscription options, free update) TidBITSFeb 14 8:121 month ago RelatedWednesday February 1309:48 pmTidBITS Reader Thoughts on the Ahrendts-Era Apple Stores
When Apple broke the news that retail chief Angela Ahrendts would be stepping down in April, we asked for your thoughts on how she ran Apple’s retail efforts. TidBITSFeb 13 8:481 month ago Related09:42 pmPixelmator Pro: How Does It Compare to Photoshop CC?
Photoshop may be the 800-pound gorilla of the graphics world, but Pixelmator Pro has stepped into the ring. How does it match up? The answer largely depends on what you need from an image editor. Find out what advantages Pixelmator Pro has, and where it lags behind, […]Tuesday February 1211:13 pmFed Up with Facebook? Move Your Family to Slack
Disgusted by Facebook’s behavior but feel stuck using it because it’s the only way you communicate with some family members? Try the free tier of the group-messaging system Slack instead. It’s great for families, doesn’t incorporate ads, and guarantees your privacy. A little training may be required. […]05:02 pmBackblaze Increases Pricing for Unlimited Backup
Online backup service Backblaze will soon increase the price of its unlimited plan from $5 to $6 per month. Annual and bi-annual discounts will remain available, and current subscribers can extend subscriptions by a year at the old rates. TidBITSFeb 12 4:021 month ago Related04:25 pmAmazon Buys Mesh-Networking Company Eero
Amazon has purchased Eero, maker of home mesh Wi-Fi systems, long a favorite amongst techies. The move will ensure the future of Eero’s technology but has some worried about the privacy implications of all network traffic passing through Amazon hardware.Read original article TidBITSFeb 12 3:251 month ago RelatedMonday February 1102:57 pmMellel 4.1.5
Bug-focused maintenance release for the word processor built for long-form writing. ($49 new, free update, 84.9 MB) TidBITSFeb 11 1:571 month ago Related01:53 pmAlfred 3.8
Maintenance release fixes bugs in the keyboard-driven launcher. (£23 new, free update, 2.9 MB) TidBITSFeb 11 12:531 month ago Related01:52 pmBoom 3D 1.2.4
Adds a new option for selecting the desired connected output device for your audio. ($39.99 new, free update, 37.1 MB) TidBITSFeb 11 12:521 month ago RelatedSaturday February 0912:15 amFlickr Extends Photo Deletion Deadline to 12 March 2019
Flickr’s new owner SmugMug is deleting excess photos from free accounts in an effort to make the service sustainable. It originally planned to do so in early February but has extended the deadline.Read original article TidBITSFeb 8 11:151 month ago Related12:03 amThe Lengths Thieves Will Go to Unlock iPhones
Apple’s Activation Lock feature has helped discourage iPhone thefts by preventing an iPhone from being activated while it’s registered to an iCloud account, but thieves are finding clever ways to work around this requirement.Read original article TidBITSFeb 8 11:031 month ago RelatedFriday February 0807:16 pmSeek and Ye Shall Find Things in the Dark with an iPhone The...
If you’ve ever wanted to spot insulation leaks in your home or search for warm-blooded animals in total darkness, there’s finally an affordable thermal imaging camera that plugs right into your iPhone. TidBITSFeb 8 6:161 month ago RelatedThursday February 0710:42 pmApple Retail Chief Angela Ahrendts Leaving in April
Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts is leaving Apple after five years of running its retail operations. Did the Apple Store improve or decline under her reign?Read original article TidBITSFeb 7 9:422 months ago Related07:54 pmApple Re-Enables Group FaceTime with iOS 12.1.4 and macOS 10...
Apple has released the iOS 12.1.4 and macOS 10.14.3 Supplemental Updates to re-enable Group FaceTime after fixing a nasty bug that enabled eavesdropping on FaceTime calls. TidBITSFeb 7 6:542 months ago Related05:14 pm“Can’t Unsee” Tests Your Eye for iOS Interface Details
It’s obvious when an iOS app gets interface elements glaringly wrong. But can you tell when the errors are more subtle? The Can’t Unsee Web game asks you to choose which of two iOS-style screenshots doesn’t have a mistake.Read original article TidBITSFeb 7 4:142 months ago […]Wednesday February 0611:21 pmHighland 2 Helps Screenwriters Balance Genders
As most working actresses know, Hollywood historically has offered more roles—and lines—for men than women, but a simple tool in the Highland 2 screenwriting app can help screenwriters better distribute their characters and dialog among the genders. TidBITSFeb 6 10:212 months ago Related10:45 pmTransmit 5.2.3
Improves drag-and-drop compatibility with third-party apps. ($45 new, free update, 68.5 MB) TidBITSFeb 6 9:452 months ago Related04:53 pm#DeathToAutoPlay—No More Audio and Video That Plays Automa...
It’s time to take a stand. We’re sick and tired of apps (Netflix!) and Web sites (CNN!) assaulting our ears and eyes with audio and video that starts playing on its own, without so much as a by your leave. Let’s fight back. TidBITSFeb 6 3:532 months […]Tuesday February 0503:33 pmEagleFiler 1.8.6
Improves imports from Evernote and support for Dark mode in macOS 10.14 Mojave. ($40 new, free update, 24.3 MB) TidBITSFeb 5 2:332 months ago Related02:45 pmThe Top Conferences for Mac and iOS Professionals in 2019
If you make your living in the Apple world as a consultant, developer, designer, or tech, there are a wide variety of conferences you can attend to hone your skills, learn new topics, network with your fellow wizards, and open your mind to new ways of […]Monday February 0403:41 pmiFlicks 3.0
Major new release for the video encoding and metadata management app with new features and a two-tiered subscription model. ($34.99 new, free update, 19.8 MB) TidBITSFeb 4 2:412 months ago Related02:34 pmTwitterrific 5.3.9
Adds new ways to open URLs and ensures the compose window stays open until a tweet is finished posting. ($7.99 new, free update, 14.1 MB) TidBITSFeb 4 1:342 months ago Related02:28 pmThings 3.8.1
Maintenance release with a bounty of bug fixes for the task manager. ($49.99 new, free update, 16.8 MB) TidBITSFeb 4 1:282 months ago Related02:25 pmMoneydance 2019
Major new release for the personal finance management app with a variety of new features and improvements. ($49.99 new, free update, 119 MB) TidBITSFeb 4 1:252 months ago Related02:15 pmQuicken 2018 5.10
Adds a new crosstab or matrix report feature and returns the Export to Quicken Mac Transfer File (QMTF) format. ($34.99/$49.99/$74.99 annual subscription, free update) TidBITSFeb 4 1:152 months ago RelatedSaturday February 0212:06 amCertificate Wars: A Quick Rundown of Apple’s Dustup with F...
Apple has spent the past week engaged in a dizzying back-and-forth with Facebook and Google over shady research apps trying to make an end run around App Store rules. Here’s a quick timeline of events and some thoughts on what it all means. TidBITSFeb 1 […]Friday February 0106:22 pmApple Fixes Group FaceTime Bug; Promises to Improve Bug Repo...
On its servers, Apple has fixed a nasty Group FaceTime bug that allowed callers to eavesdrop on fellow Apple users. Next week it will release a software update to re-enable Group FaceTime. TidBITSFeb 1 5:222 months ago RelatedThursday January 3109:56 pmHollywood Is Abandoning UltraViolet—Here’s How to Save Y...
Hollywood is giving up on its original digital DRM scheme, UltraViolet, to focus on the Movies Anywhere service. The How-To Geek explains how to save your purchased movies and TV shows.Read original article TidBITSJan 31 8:562 months ago RelatedWednesday January 3010:57 pmApple Shuts Down Facebook’s Internal Apps Due to Flagrant ...
After TechCrunch revealed that Facebook was flagrantly working around an App Store ban, Apple has taken the unusual step of revoking Facebook’s enterprise development certificates.Read original article TidBITSJan 30 9:572 months ago RelatedTuesday January 2911:43 pmApple’s Q1 2019 Results: iPhone Bad, the Rest Good
Yes, iPhone revenues fell off a small cliff this quarter due to slower sales in China, as Apple had warned that they would, but all of the company’s other products and services posted revenue gains over the year-ago quarter. TidBITSJan 29 10:432 months ago Related03:31 pmApple Disables Group FaceTime to Block Glaring Privacy Hole
A bug in Group FaceTime has been discovered that enables anyone initiating a FaceTime Video call to hear audio from the other person’s iPhone before they accept or reject the call. Apple has disabled Group FaceTime and promises a fix “later this week.”Read original article TidBITSJan […]Monday January 2808:46 pmApple in 2018: The Six Colors Report Card
Jason Snell of Six Colors has published his fourth annual report card on Apple’s performance in the last year, drawing once again on ratings and comments from a large group of industry observers.Read original article TidBITSJan 28 7:462 months ago Related02:57 pmHazel 4.3.4
File cleanup utility adds an Insert Element item to the contextual menu in Pattern fields and fixes bugs. ($32 new, free update, 9.8 MB) TidBITSJan 28 1:572 months ago Related02:55 pmAgenda 4.1
Brings overall speed enhancements and improves undo/redo stability and accuracy. (Free with $24.99 premium purchase option, free update, 31 MB) TidBITSJan 28 1:552 months ago RelatedFriday January 2504:53 pmCES 2019: Startup Gadgets at Eureka Park
The CES section for startups shows its usual creativity: portable insulin fridges, a high-efficiency water heater, STEM education for girls, and a giant relaxing egg. Which you sit in, not on. TidBITSJan 25 3:532 months ago RelatedThursday January 2411:07 pmApple Pay Adopted by Target, Taco Bell, Speedway, and Others
A bevy of major US retailers, including Jack in the Box, Hy-Vee supermarkets, Speedway convenience stores, Taco Bell, and Target are now supporting Apple Pay, putting a final nail in the coffin of rival digital wallet CurrentC.Read original article TidBITSJan 24 10:072 months ago Related09:43 pm25 Years Ago in TidBITS: RAM Doubler Debuts
Were you at Macworld Expo San Francisco in 1994, when Connectix unveiled the magical utility RAM Doubler, which did exactly as its name promised? Read on for a trip down memory lane, and be sure to share your stories of that time in the comments. TidBITSJan 24 […]