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Sunday, May 3, 2015
Checked 6:00 PM; Last Updated 12:30 PM CDT; 17:30 GMT
 

 

OS X
News
  • "Apple to unveil 'the future of iOS and OS X' at WWDC on June 8-12" Ecumenical News 7:18 AM
AppleCare/Troubleshooting
  • "Mac OS X: Gray screen appears during startup" Apple Support 5/2
  • "Yosemite discussions explain what's right about the original Mac human interface and wrong about current Apple user interface designs and talk about Mac firmware, Apple's new Photos app (and global preference problems); kernel extensions (kext); remote control software; OS X 10.10.3 issues and more." MacInTouch 5/1
  • "Application discussions include Timbuktu and newer, but poorer performing, remote control software; QuarkXpress missing its market opportunity; the middle Mac product hole; the status of the Haiku BeOS clone; and Apple user interface issues." MacInTouch 5/1
  • "Change a Mac client's default save location using Profile Manager" Apple Support 5/1
  • "Create an ISO image for Boot Camp from a Windows installation DVD" Apple Support 5/1
Reviews/How-To/Tips
  • "Pixelmator Update With Photos Support And Spooky-Good Repair Tool" MacSparky 5/2
  • "Pro Tip: How to create and disable a Fusion Drive" TechRepublic 5/1
  • "Hands On: iMindQ 6.2.0 (OS X)" MacNN 5/1
  • "How to Read .cap Packet Capture File on Mac OS X with tcpdump" OS X Daily 5/1
  • "An Old Fashioned Way To Display Photos" TeraTalks 5/1
  • "Mac Cleaner App Of The Week (who knew our Macs were oh so dirty?)" Mac 360 5/1
  • "Something Wicked Crazy Comes To The Mac (think text drawing)" Mac 360 5/1
Op/Ed
Press Releases
  • "Logitech Control Center 3.9.2 Brings OS X Yosemite Compatibility" FairerPlatform 12:28 PM
  • "Default Folder X 4.7.1" TidBITS 5/2
  • "PDFpen and PDFpenPro 7.1.1" TidBITS 5/2
  • "Microspot Releases Electronic Symbol Libraries 2" prMac 5/1
  • "New Firefox features will eventually be limited to secure websites only" IDG News Service 5/1