Posts Tagged: "os x"

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Mailbox Now Available For Android And OS X

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Mailbox has quickly become a popular iOS app and will now be available for Android devices and soon for OS X users. The gesture-heavy email client from Dropbox was first an iPhone-only email app with support limited to Gmail, but then became a available for iPad users with iCloud and...

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Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630 Review

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There are mice and there are trackpads. Since Apple revamped what it meant to be a trackpad, many mouse users have flocked to trackpads, with all their touch gestures and non-moving hands. You may call that growth; I call it laziness. I don’t hate touch gestures, far from it. I...

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Cyclops Wireless Keyboard Review

   Adversity makes for a good teacher. In my case, a recent fire in my apt building has forced me into temporary housing where my Mac Pro is my only solid companion. But today I learned that the restoration company wants to take away my wired keyboard and mouse in...

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Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse Review

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We only just looked at the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse, but the Redmond-based software giant is also releasing a smaller, more advanced mobile mouse to meet the requirements of an ever touchier audience. And by touchier, I mean they enjoy touch gestures, perhaps more than even pressing buttons. That sounds...

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15 of the Best Mountain Lion Features (list)

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Apple has just released their latest OS X, Mountain Lion, which they say is their “best OS yet.” Touting more than 200 new and improved features, Mountain Lion is supposed to make your computing life as easy as possible while easily allowing you to shift tasks, features and functions between...

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Logitech Wireless Touchpad Review

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[Rating: 4/5] Before reviewing the MacBook Air, I hated trackpads. It’s just a technology that I feel never really cemented itself with us, as human beings, because it requires touch, and every touch is different. A very dry finger glides well, but a moist one may not. Mushy fingertips don’t...