November 25, 1996: A midlevel manager at NeXT contacts Apple about the possibility of Cupertino licensing NeXT’s OpenStep operating system. Garrett L. Rice’s communication with Ellen Hancock, Apple’s chief technology officer, is the first formal step in a long process. It ultimately leads to Apple buying NeXT, the creation of OS X, and Steve Jobs
Nikon released new software updates for Wireless Transmitter Utility, Camera Control Pro 2 and ViewNX-i/Capture NX-D: Wireless Transmitter Utility Version 1.8.1 Added support for the Z 6. Added support for macOS version 10.14 (Mojave). Ended support for OS X version 10.11. Camera Control Pro 2 Version 2.28.0 This software is for current owners of Camera Control Pro 2.
Time seems to fly right on by sometimes, especially when reminiscing about classic video games that don't seem all that far in the rear view mirror. So it goes with Half-Life. Developed by Valve, it's now been two decades since publisher Sierra Studios released the game for PC (it was later ported to the PlayStation 2, OS X, and Linux). To
The new iPad Pro looks pretty cool (I'd buy one if it also ran OS X). But how durable is it? Jerry of Jerry Rig everything puts it (and the Apple Pencil) to his classic durability test by scratching, burning, and bending the gear. The iPad Pro fails the bend test. Jerry said it "folds like a piece of paper."
Compatibility issues between Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X may have diminished sharply over the years, but that doesn't mean they've completely disappeared. Here's how to make an external drive work between both operating systems.
The Nikon Z6 manual is now available online. Nikon also released several software updates: ViewNX-i Version 1.3.1 Added support for the Z 6. Added support for macOS version 10.14 (Mojave). Ended support for OS X 10.11. Nikon Message Center 2 (Mac) Version 2.3.1 Nikon Message Center 2 now requires macOS 10.12.6 (Sierra) or later. Picture Control
Microsoft announced today that it will be ending support for OneDrive on some older versions of macOS on February 1. The client will continue to work, but new installations will be blocked. Read more...
Developer: Sports Interactive Publisher: Sega Release: Out now! On: Windows and Mac OS X From: Steam For: £37.99, $49.99, 54.99€ For those without much free time or a pre-existing, intimate understanding of its framework, understanding Football Manager’s enormous locker room of riches has been a problem. You might be the most eager wannabe digital gaffer
Steve Jobs was actually a good designer and CEO. This is a statement that would have been met with derision in 2010, with stories of a ‘reality distortion field’. We’re coming up on a decade in the post-Jobs era, and if there’s one thing the last seven or eight years can tell us, it’s that Jobs really, really knew how to make stuff people wanted. Apart from the iPhone, OS X, and the late 90s redesign of their desktops, the most impressive thing Jobs ever did was NeXT. Now there’s book that describes the minutia of all NeXT hardware. Thanks …read more
October 25, 2003: Mac OS X Panther arrives on Macs, bringing a number of useful new features. Exposé lets users instantly view all open windows at once. The new iChat AV allows users to talk with audio and video as well as text. Plus, the Mac OS upgrade makes Safari Apple’s default web browser for the
October 23, 1999: Apple releases Mac OS 9, the last version of the classic Mac operating system before the company will make the leap to OS X a couple years later. It does not veer far from OS 8 in terms of look and feel. However, OS 9 adds a few nifty features that make