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How to make your Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 work on Apple Mac ...

In spite of Amazon reviews suggesting it just works on a Mac, even though Mac is not listed amongst the system requirement options, I found that it didn’t work for me on my Mac, not without some additional software. 189 more words


Video: Debugging Project in Swift Programming Language

Swift Video Tutorials: Debugging Project in Swift Programming Language

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JavaScript for OS X Automation by Example

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Apple is very close to releasing a new operating system called Yosemite. Everyone has been talking about iOS 8, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and watches, but one important feature was… 67 more words


"unsetpassword" alternatives

Recently, prolific Mac admin documentation writer Rich Trouton blogged about a new tool available in Yosemite: unsetpassword. It’s a tool with a rather specific purpose: to clear the password for a local admin user account and set it to require a new password. 506 more words


The app that puts Yosemite on your iPad’s screen is finally available to download

Duet Display is a brand new application that lets users repurpose old and new iOS devices including the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and turn them into handy second displays for… 215 more words

Apps & Software

Software Review - TextWrangler

I have recently started the HTML and CSS course on this blog and now I’m asking myself, have I suggested any application to use. After a lot of pacing I decided to a software review on a programming application named TextWrangler. 307 more words


Apple's Mac Pro vs. iMac with Retina 5K display

”There used to be a time when the gap between Apple products made choosing the right computer obvious and easy. The deliberate compartmentalization of prices and features clearly dictated which laptop or deskop machine was right, with minimal overlap between the categories,” Michael deAgonia writes for Computerworld. 191 more words