Melissa Holt has written before about using Safari's handy Auto-Click feature to automatically open a folder full of bookmarks into new tabs. But under Mavericks, the checkbox to enable it seems to be missing! Oh no! Hey, don't panic—Apple just changed the way you turn it on, and this article's all about how you'll do just that.
InterAre has a new take on a mobile time management app with a product called Time. The app tackles notes, to-do-list, and calendar events, and allows you to organize them in a relative fashion—in the past, the present, or the future. The app lets you take notes, add photos, share things to social networking sites, make calendar appointments, and send emails from within the app. You can also manage reminders and schedule events, and the app integrates with Apple's Calendar. Time is US$2.99, and available now in the App Store.
Check out this nifty little iTunes 11 keyboard shortcut: when you hold down the option key, the back button turns into an insta-Genius Shuffle button. Bryan Chaffin shows you how to use it.
We know that Apple's new Mac Pro can drive three 4K displays. We also know that Apple has a keen interest in next generation television, and that may be reflected in an Ultra High Definition 4K TV set, not just a follow-on to the current Apple TV. So how do the two relate, if at all? John Martellaro ponders the situation.
After several employees at the Pegatron plant in Shanghai died, Apple is sending an independent medical expert to investigate. However, that plant also makes products for Sony and Dell, so there's no direct connection to Apple product production at this time.
Apple has completely redesigned its support pages to be more friendly, colorful, easier to navigate and better organized.
After the Library of Congress declared that mobile phone unlocking is illegal by the consumer, a firestorm of protests resulted in a petition to the White House. That resulted in pressure on the FCC to take up the matter with the wireless carriers, and now an agreement has been reached that makes it easier for consumers to unlock their phones at the end of their contract.
Former Google executive Michelle Lee has been put in charge of the U.S. Patent & Trademark (USPTO) office. Reuters reported that Ms. Lee was appointed deputy director of the agency, and that she will be in temporary charge until a permanent director is named.
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I don't think her promotion is good news for patent trolls. With Congress and the White House both interested in curbing the power of NPEs, Ms. Lee's very appointment likely means she was chosen with that subject in mind.
Instagram has introduced Instagram Direct, a new way to send private photo and video messages to friends. It's part of Instagram 5.0 for iOS.
LEGO Star Wars fans, rejoice! Warner Bros. Entertainment released LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga for iPhone and iPad on Wednesday, and it's waiting to suck up your time even now. The game allows you to play either the Light or the Dark, and includes a host of Star Wars characters lovingly created in LEGO realism.
Walmart is tapping Apple to bring in holiday shoppers again with special pricing on iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s on Friday. According to online reports, the retailer will offer aggressive discounts on iPhone 5c ($27) and 5s ($127), a $45 gift card with the purchase of an iPad mini, and $30 gift cards for only $25.
The Seoul Central District Court ruled on Wednesday that Apple wasn't infringing on three Samsung patents. Businessweek reported that the court dismissed Samsung's claims, saying that technologies covered by two of the patents could be easily developed, while Apple didn't violate the third patent at all.
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