Posts Tagged ‘Mac OS’

[Muzaq] BlueCatAudio’s Free Frequency Analyzer Plugin

Are you searching for a Frequency Analyzer Plugin? You may check Blue Cat Audio’s handy freeware plugin… Blue Cat’s FreqAnalyst is a free spectrum analyzer plug-in that lets you monitor the spectral content of your audio signal in real time. Free multiplatform download and many more details here…

[Bitwig] The Platform-Independent DAW Is Out NOW

One of the most promising tools of the last view years – the platform independent DAW Bitwig Studio has eventually been released yesterday. It is available for MacOS, Windows and Linux. Bitwig is a Berlin based company, originally founded by former Ableton developers. The relation to Ableton is something that put the expectations of Bitwig […]

[MacOS] MacUpdate Launched Holiday App Bundle for $49

    Yeah, it was overdue already. The guys over at MacUpdate just launched their  pre-chrismas holiday app bundle. For US$49 you will get: Data Rescue 3 (instead of US$99) One of the best data recovery tool for the Mac Espresso 2 (instead of US$75) One of the best CSS, HTML, XML, JavsScript editing tools […]

[Internal] Greetings to California :-)

Checking the site’s current access statistics shows a kinda interesting result: many unique visitors come from California (as half as much as are coming from whole Germany). We wanna take the time to say thanks from Berlin, guys ;-)

[MacOS] Valve’s Steam Platform Barely Playable on Macs

Tom’s Hardware tested Steam for the Mac intensively. Their first impressions are disappointing for Apple fans: the Windows version of Steam is a lot faster. As their benchmark test they used the Valve’s game “Portal” and took benchmarks from two computers: 1. A mid 2009 Mac Book Pro 2. A custom built Hackintosh Right, they’ve […]

[MacOS] VirtualBox 3.2 To Support Mac OS Guest on Windows Host [Update]

We suppose Apple will not like that, but Oracle’s latest version of VirtualBox 3.2 Beta 1 now supports virtualization of Apple’s Mac OS X. Legal View Although Apple’s license agreement clearly prohibits installing Mac OS X on other hardware than Apple’s, the screenshot shows that even the Windows version of Mac OS X is prepped […]

[Apple] Marc Maiffre Says OS X Is Less Secure Than Windows

Notorious hacker Marc Maiffre said in an interview with CNet.com that OS X is less secure than Windows. The reason why Windows is more attacked anyway is Windows’ market penetration. Read more on CNet.com…

[MacOS] Add Avi Files to iTunes Library

I. Abstract As some of us have already realized: iTunes by default does not allow adding AVI files to its library. This is very sad, but there are several solutions for this problem. II. Converting or going Commercial? One might be converting all files to something that QuickTime allows to play. As this is not […]

[MacOS] Snow Leopard 10.6.2 Kernel Patched for Intel Atom Support

Teateam a russian speaking Mac OS developer binary patched the latest Mac OS X 10.6.2 Mach Kernel to eventually reenable support for Intel Atom CPUs. His kernel seems to be running well in 32bit and in 64bit mode. Atom CPUs are now reported as Intel Core Solo or Core Duo. The patch seems only to […]

[MacOS] 10.6.2 Update Released – Intel Atoms Killed

Apple’s 10.6.2 update closes lots of security holes that could be used to compromise systems. Safari, iWork, iLife, Aperture, Final Cut Studio, and some other apps are rumored to be working more reliable after updating. Apple pwns back For OSX86 users on netbooks this update is far away from being recommended at the moment. The […]