Psystar reported that its lawyers have begun depsoing executives at Apple in relation to the copyright infringement lawsuit filed against Psystar by Apple. Psystar is a maker of Mac clones that will run Apple’s OS X software, but sell at a much lower price than a Mac. Apple claims that OS X can only be [...]
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You might not be aware of this, but the hundreds of high quality images available to download at this site as part of OSX emulation packages for Windows, plus the database storing the forum, articles, and comments make it difficult for us to find a reliable hosting platform tha can meet the fairly demanding web [...]
I came across an interesting new site the other day, and even though it doesn’t have much about OSX emulation right now, I thought I would share it with you. The site is Gadget Advisor, and it has a lot of well written PC hardware and software reviews. The site has a number of posts [...]
EFiX has released their Boot Processing Unit (BPU) that allows you to boot OSX on many PCs. It has been reviewed by a number of different sites, and seems to work almost flawlessly right out of the box, assuming you have supported hardware. The hardware compatibility list can be found here.
All you have do is [...]
This tutorial is designed as a guide for those users wanting to add Landvermesser’s MacFinder app to ObjectBar.
NB: Please note this has tutorial utilizes ObjectBar 1.6 and has been tested using Windows XP.
You can read the tutorial here
The following is a paid review:
One of the best feature in iPhone is Visual Voicemail where it allows you to go directly to any of your messages without listening to the prior messages. However, CallWave Virtual Voicemail make it better, its not only allow you to choose which message you want to go first but [...]
This tutorial is originally posted by bearpaw from Aqua-Soft here.
Open your basic icon. This should be square image, usually 256 x 256 pixels and will need to be a .png file with transparent background
Resize your icon. This should be dead easy - select your image using Ctrl+A, then go to Edit>Transform>Scale. You [...]
For all Linux user, there are way to change your GNOME desktop from the default look to Mac OS X Leopard look like this
A guy at HowtoForge wrote a comprehensive tutorial on how to bring the look and feel of Mac OS X Leopard on *nix GTK based systems
You can read the full tutorial here [...]
As I mention before, I am getting a MacBook Pro and my dream machine has finally arrived on Sunday 28th October, one day earlier than expected. Here is a technical specification of my MacBook Pro
15.4″ wide screen
2.4Ghz core 2 duo processor
160 GB5400 rpm internal hard disk
500 GB7200 rpm lacie d2 quadra external hard disk (as [...]
There are a Mac only application name Visor where when you press a hotkey a slick terminal window will slide down at the top of your screen just under the menubar just like menu on Quake, first person shooter games.
Inspired by that Matt Beamish built his own drop-down command prompt using AutoHotkey scripting language and [...]