Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps

Being able to get at your computer from your tablet is nothing new — apps like TeamViewer and LogMeIn already to a great job, and a free for non-commercial use — but Parallels Access offers something a little different. It optimises the programs running on your computer so that they mimic iPad apps, supporting the … Continue reading Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps

Logitech Bluetooth Mac Keyboard and Trackpad: Peripheral visionaries

I’m not sure what Logitech’s company slogan is but I’m pretty sure it should be “peripheral visionaries”. They’ve been churning out useful computing add-ons since 1981 and are still hard at it with the newly released Bluetooth Easy Switch Keyboard and Rechargeable Trackpad. The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard reflects the changing face of modern computing … Continue reading Logitech Bluetooth Mac Keyboard and Trackpad: Peripheral visionaries

Logitech’s Wi-Fi Webcam for Mac: Unleash your Inner Director

Logitech have announced they are launching a new Wi-Fi webcam for Mac users, the Logitech® Broadcaster Wi-Fi® Webcam. Aimed at bloggers and video professionals, as well as the general public, this new cam is packed with features that expand your video-making horizons. It’s designed to increase the number of ways in which you can stream … Continue reading Logitech’s Wi-Fi Webcam for Mac: Unleash your Inner Director

So Apple have been busy: Skinny iMacs, Retina MacBooks and the fun-sized iPad Mini

There was a great article in Ars Technica about the problem’s Apple have been having with their once legendary secrecy, with their every expanding supply chain creating holes in their airtight veil of mystery. I know the feeling. There was a genuine excitement to Apple launches of yesteryear, where new products would be a genuine … Continue reading So Apple have been busy: Skinny iMacs, Retina MacBooks and the fun-sized iPad Mini

Colour Splash Studio Mac review

If you’ve ever wanted to recreate “the little girl in the red jacket” effect from Schindler’s List then a new app has just hit the Mac App Store just for you, and rocketing in at number one you’re apparently not alone in your desire. Whilst not the only app that lets you create colour splash … Continue reading Colour Splash Studio Mac review

Henge Docks for MacBooks review

Making a MacBook dock is a difficult task – how do you complement Apple’s design perfection without adding a premium price? Henge Docks thinks it has the answer with a new range of 13″, 15″ and 17″ MacBook compatible accessories. If you have an Apple machine from late 2008 (when the MacBooks got a shade … Continue reading Henge Docks for MacBooks review

SongGenie 2 and CoverScout review

I used to work as a music reviewer way back when CDs meant something, so while half of my physical music collection comprises proper CDs with cases and covers, the other half is a mess of flimsy plastic or cardboard sleeves with track names printed on if you’re lucky or just sort of scrawled on … Continue reading SongGenie 2 and CoverScout review