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After Apple’s iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 announcements, it’s time to take a look at the week’s deals and highlight the best free and discounted apps.
A friend recently asked me why he couldn’t open .ZIP files on his Mac without them automatically extracting, so it was time to find a solution.
After spending weeks looking for a solution as to why Google Calendar refused to sync certain calendars with iOS, it turns out there are a couple of fixes for what is a rather common issue.
OS X is evolving both in terms of looks and features, and just like last year’s Mavericks update, Yosemite will be another free download.
You’re the photographer, always glued to your phone snapping shots at social and family gatherings – but you’re never in the picture. Camera Plus offers you a chance to change that.
After last year’s big iOS 7 redesign, you’d expect a muted iOS 8 announcement at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference – but you’d be wrong.
The Webby Awards bill themselves as “the Web’s highest honour”. Few others try to distill a year of Internet into a fairly short award ceremony. Here’s the honour roll.
This week’s best offers involve rocking out with your friends, a better approach to podcast, creative contraptions for budding animators and the usual smattering of timewasters, including a casual roguelike for RPG die-hards.
The way Apple supplies the iPhone or iPad in its default state might not be for everybody, and there are a number of settings you might want to change immediately.
The Checkout might just be the best show on Australian television, delivering exceptional advice about the products we buy, the adverts we watch and the laws we forget exist.
If you like dinosaurs, LEGO and attempting to be a superstar DJ, this week’s iOS Apps on Sale is going to be especially relevant to your interests.
You can plug your guitar into your iPad or iPhone to record, process or simply capture inspiration as it comes to you, but you’ll need to invest in a guitar interface.
Learn the story and history behind famous paintings, with Khan Academy and the Google Art Project.
If you bought your iPhone direct from Apple, you’ve got an unlocked phone that’s good for use with any network. But what if you bought it through your mobile carrier?