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Review: Blogo for Mac

Over the past month, I have been using the blogging platform called Blogo. The app is available on both iOS and Mac. It allows for bloggers to login to their blog, and be able to upload and post content to it regularly. 417 more words


#151 Exploring iTunesU

iTunesU is a free resource which is available on PC, Mac and iOS devices.

It provides a wealth of information in PDF, Video and other formats from Universities and Colleges worldwide. 38 more words


Check MD5, SHA1 trong Ubuntu, OS X


MD5: md5

SHA1: shasum

OS X: 

MD5: md5sum

SHA1: sha1sum  16 more words


New MacBook Pro 2016 To Feature Touch ID, USB-C Ports & OLED Display Touch Bar

Over few years Apple’s Macbook Pro has not changed when it comes to design, But now it is expected that Apple is bring some serious changes in its Macbook Pro line-up. 179 more words


Why you shouldn't use cleaning or housekeeping apps

I don’t often get unsolicited emails asking me to recommend Mac products in my articles, either here or those which I write for MacFormat. But I was surprised yesterday morning to see just that: encouraging me to praise a free ‘cleaning’ or ‘housekeeping’ tool. 725 more words


The monitor you've always wanted for your Mac: Hewlett Packard's 34-inch curved display

”I have been on a crusade for the ultimate (or at least an excellent) display for my 2013 Mac Pro,” John Martellaro writes for The Mac Observer. 170 more words


Using the Mac's General Preference Pane

by Tom Nelson

The basic look and feel of your Mac’s user interface can be customized in many ways. The General preference pane (OS X Lion and later), found in System Preferences, is the logical place to begin. 152 more words