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Adobe Illustrator might be the gold standard when it comes to vector software for the Mac, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to create crisp mock-ups and icons.
If you’ve setup and tested one media server, it probably feels like you’ve tried them all. That’s why I’m kicking myself for not trying out PS3 Media Server sooner.
If you’re looking for footage of well-documented cultural movements, British Pathé on YouTube is a great place to start.
It’s that time of the week where we round-up the best offers currently on the App Store, cutting through vast swathes of terrible apps to highlight the best current offers.
Keeping track of business associates is demanding, particularly when there are so many of them. Fortunately, Refresh is a free app that can really help break the ice.
There’s no straightforward way to quickly hide or reveal hidden files on Mac OS X as there is on Windows – but it is possible.
Blank on Blank takes famous interviews with iconic figures and slathers them in beautiful animation.
Like Christmas, Easter is a good excuse for developers to hold a sale – and what better way to spend your Easter break than playing games on your iPad?
So your jailbroken iPhone is eligible for a repair under warranty, but you already voided that when you replaced the software. Is all hope lost?
Another week, another round of sales and another thousand or so app offers to trawl through – most of them in a script you don’t recognise. Relax, we’ve done the hard work!
SSDs can only be written to a limited number of times. This is a challenge, particularly for erasing data and doing so securely, which can vastly reduce performance and shorten SSD drive life.
Think of your favourite stand-up comedian, then take away their carefully rehearsed routine.
Another week, another flurry of sales. This week: a famously Kickstarted daily journaling app, help with turning mobile photographs into beautiful posters and last year’s best game for half-price.
SaneDesk exists to restore this lost level of sanity to your Mac’s desktop, in stunningly simple fashion.
Thirty years on we can stream Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking documentary for free on YouTube, and still learn something from it.