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Hands On: Samson Go Mic Direct

01/31, 10:52am

Portable mic allows users high quality sound on the go

Laptop sound, especially on el cheapo computers, is generally terrible. Compounding this, the diminutive microphone installed is about the same quality. Fortunately, we all have USB, and Samson has introduced the Go Mic Direct to fill one of these ports. At two by two inches, with no boom, how does the compact package stack up, and is it a worthwhile addition to your go tech bag?


MacNN Forums: wireless docking is the future

01/30, 2:59pm

wireless docking is the future

This week, the MacNN forums have been abuzz with talk of everything from wireless docking to favorite apps. Yesterday, Moderator "P" shared an article about Broadwell vPro processors and wireless docking, then goes on to explain how he thinks Apple will use this technology. Yesterday, "jeff k" was trying to figure out a problem he was having with Sophos security software and Time Machine, so far a solution hasn't been found.


Apple deals: expanded Mac Pro selection

01/30, 2:58pm

expanded Mac Pro selection

Apple has added a boatload of refurbished current Mac Pro configurations to their lineup this week at Apple's online store. Starting at $2,549 is the refurbished Mac Pro with a 3.7GHz Intel quad-core Xeon E5 processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and dual AMD FirePro D300 graphics. For $3,219 is the refurbished Mac Pro with a 3.7GHz Intel quad-core Xeon E5 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of PCIe-based flash storage.


DealNN: curved monitors, MacBook Airs and more

01/30, 2:57pm

curved monitors, MacBook Airs and more

Right now at, take advantage of a $211 price cut on the Dell UltraSharp 34-inch WQHD curved LED monitor. It was $1,200, but has been discounted to $988. That discount makes this the best price we have seen by roughly $160. This monitor offers a resolution of 3440x1440, an aspect ratio of 21:9, an 8ms response time, and includes HDMI, MHL, Mini DisplayPort and DisplayPort connectivity options. It is backed by a three-year warranty on parts and labor from Dell.


Friday Deals: 60-inch LG TV, Silicon Power SSDs, PlayStation TV

01/30, 11:19am

MacNN and Electronista Deals for January 30, 2015

It's the end of the working week, and that means it is just two days until a major sporting event involving football. It's also the time we publish Friday Deals, the post where we collect together deals and offers from around the Internet for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Just as always, deals may change or end in the future, but are correct at the time of posting, so check beforehand, and come back over the weekend as more deals will be posted later.


Hands On: Tengami (OS X, Windows)

01/30, 10:38am

Beautiful, relaxed, point-and-click adventure game

When it comes to video games, the puzzle genre may very well be the most varied kind. There are the match-3s, the codebreakers, the word games, and the classic puzzle-adventure. Popularized by games like Myst and Monkey Island, the genre has been a long standing fixture of gaming. We took a look at newcomer Tengami, a point-and-click adventure game by developer Nyamyam.


Hands On: Gravity Ghost (OS X, Windows)

01/29, 10:33am

Ethereal physics puzzler takes to space

Indie games have seen a lot of success in recent years, and with good reason. Now that game design has become more accessible due to the wide availability of tools, and publishing has become easier due to things like Steam Greenlight, the gaming community is able to play an ever-expanding catalog of strange and wonderful games. One such game is Gravity Ghost, a physics-centric puzzle game by Ivy Games.


Pointers: 10 Fast Tips for Safari (OS X)

01/29, 9:06am

Speed up how you use Safari on your Mac

You hear more criticism of Safari than you do of any other browser on OS X -- but then, of course you would. It's the one that comes on your Mac, and if nobody ever criticized it, you'd never think to try Chrome or Firefox's latest build (that will likely be incremented before you finish this paragraph), or any of the other options. There are things that rival browsers do better, but by far the biggest difference between them all is your personal taste - but bailing on Safari means you're missing out on excellent features, and most especially so in the very latest release. Here are ten fast and short pointers for getting more out of Safari on your Mac.


China to require backdoors, audits for foreign enterprise sales

01/29, 12:48am

Source code mandated to be made available for inspection, other onerous rules

At the end of last year, the Chinese government approved a 22-page set of regulations for the sale of computer equipment to Chinese banks, but that will ostensibly apply to all enterprise sales. The rules require foreign companies to turn over source code, submit to audits, and build "back doors" into hardware and software so that the government can monitor devices. The new rules are expected to be the first in a series to be introduced across the next few months.


European iPod shuffle delays improve; 2012 Mac mini reappears

01/28, 9:40am

Defunct Mini model briefly returns to online Apple store

Apple's official online shipping times for the iPod shuffle have improved in the UK, France, Germany, and several other European countries, reports say. Earlier this month, shipping times deteriorated to between seven to 10 days worldwide, prompting fears that Apple might be discontinuing the product. Sources claimed that Apple was just going through component supplier changes, however, and this may be borne out by the European Apple online stores, which is now seeing the media player ship in five to seven days. Delays have yet to improve in the US or Canada, but may follow suit in the near future.


Dell announces new Precision M3800 at Sundance Film Festival

01/27, 9:25pm

Updated model for 2015 includes 4K Ultra HD, developer edition

The updated model of Dell's Precision M3800 mobile workstation was unveiled at the Sundance Film Festival today. The 15-inch M3800 is designed with ISV-certifications for video editors, graphic designers, and other high-demand users in mind, and is available now from Dell's online store. The new M3800 includes much-requested options, such as a 4K Ultra HD touch display and a new Ubuntu-based developer edition.


Apple Q1 breakdown reveals 18 percent decline in iPad shipments

01/27, 5:16pm

Giant otherwise shows strong financial performance

Beyond its official press release, Apple has posted a detailed breakdown (PDF) of its fiscal first quarter. The document is the only one to mention iPad sales, and reveals that shipments dropped 18 percent year-over-year to 21.42 million. Revenues for the tablet fell 22 percent to $9 billion.


Forums: what's wrong with my MBP?

01/27, 2:42pm

what's wrong with my MBP?

Yesterday, one Dedicated MacNNer turned to the MacNN forums, looking for help figuring out some graphical problems with their 15-inch MacBook Pro from 2011. Also yesterday, Mac Elite "jeff k" was asking fellow forum-members how to get images off of an iPhone after having some trouble transferring photos.


Apple deals: Macs from $849

01/27, 2:40pm

Macs from $849

This week at Apple's online store, find savings on Macs starting as low as $849 for a 13.3-inch MacBook Air with a 1.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of PCIe-based flash storage. For $869 is the refurbished 11.6-inch MacBook Air with a 1.3GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 256GB of flash storage.


DealNN: $150 off Dell 27-inch LED monitor

01/27, 2:39pm

$150 off Dell 27-inch LED monitor

Save $150 on the Dell 27-inch LED 1080p monitor right now at It was $350, but has been discounted to $200 after a variety of instant savings are applied. That's around $70 less than the next-lowest price. This monitor features a 27-inch display, 1080p resolution, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, a 6ms response time, and it is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Dell.


Panasonic upgrades processor, battery life in Toughbook 31

01/26, 4:30pm

Rugged Toughbook 31 notebook lasts for up to 18 hours on single battery

Panasonic has made a few upgrades to its long-running and long-lasting Toughbook 31. The hard-wearing Windows notebook now uses a 5th-generation 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor, improved Intel HD Graphics 5500, expanded connectivity, and a bump to the battery life, but still manages to retain its rugged design and reliability.


Friday Deals: Lenovo Z50, Vizio 49-inch Smart TV, Transparent [U]

01/25, 6:32pm

MacNN and Electronista Deals for January 23, 2015

[Updated Sunday with more deals!] Welcome to the latest edition of Friday Deals, the post where we search for great deals on hardware, software, gadgets, and other items for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. As per normal, the prices for offers listed are correct at the time of posting, but may change in the meantime, so check before buying. Remember to check this post in the future, as more deals will be added to the list throughout the weekend.


Hands On: Alfred 2 (OS X)

01/25, 9:02am

Powerful, hugely customisable application launcher for Mac

It's only right and proper to review Alfred 2 in a column called Hands On, because that's its entire point: with this installed, you can do just about anything on your Mac without ever once taking your fingers off the keyboard. As much as the mouse and the trackpad changed the world, every time you use them you are losing time. Yes, it's probably only about a second, but that's enough: your concentration moves to where-is-the-mouse and then where-is-the-cursor before it can get back to the work at hand. With Alfred 2, your fingers will remember keyboard shortcuts like muscle memory, and you will feel you are hugely faster at everything.


High-Rely NetSwap Mini+E NAS brings Core i3, block-level encryption

01/24, 10:39am

US designed and made backup appliance features two hot-swap trays

US-based backup and disaster recovery hardware company Highly Reliable Systems has announced the immediate availability for their two-bay NetSwap Mini+E backup NAS server appliance, which includes replication, two removable drive trays, and hardware-based encryption. The High-Rely NetSwap Mini+E backup NAS series comes equipped with a powerful 3.4GHz Intel Core i3-4130 processor, capable of block-level AES-256 data encryption.


Forums: Mac Pro update in 2015, iPad tips and more

01/23, 3:30pm

Mac Pro update in 2015, iPad tips and more

The updated Mac Pro has now been available for purchase for a little over a year, and one Fresh-Faced Recruit started a discussion this week in the MacNN forums, asking when we might expect an update, as he is considering buying one. Today, the conversation continues in the thread titled "signs your iMac is on its last legs".


Apple Deals: 5K iMacs and Mac Pros

01/23, 3:29pm

5K iMacs and Mac Pros

This week, Apple's online store finally began offering 5K iMacs, and continues to have a few Mac Pros available on the refurbished shelf. The refurb'd Retina iMac with a 3.5GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive has seen a $380 discount to $2,119. For $2,549 is the refurbished 27-inch Retina iMac with a 3.5GHz processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of flash storage.


DealNN: $140 off Dell 23.8-inch widescreen LED monitor

01/23, 3:27pm

$140 off Dell 23.8-inch widescreen LED monitor

This week at, get the Dell 23.8-inch widescreen LED backlight LCD monitor on sale for $230. That's a price break of $120 off of the list price of $350, and until January 29, use coupon code EMCAKNP44 to drop the price again to $210. That combo of discounts makes this the lowest price we have seen on this monitor by $35. This monitor offers 1080p resolution, 8ms response time, 178-degree viewing angles, and a variety of inputs including HDMI, DisplayPort, MiniDisplayPort, as well as USB.


Avid launches free, limited version of music software Pro Tools

01/23, 10:18am

Gateway OS X and Windows product expandable with in-app purchases

Avid today unveiled Pro Tools First, a free version of the company's Pro Tools software suite that offers many of the same music creation capabilities used by top artists and recording studios worldwide. Built upon the Avid MediaCentral Platform, Pro Tools First is is intended as a gateway to the full package, and usable by beginners and experienced music producers alike.


Alleged 12-inch MacBook Air photos appear online

01/23, 3:30am

Smaller unit still longer than 11-inch MBA; no info on alleged new port

A set of photos purporting to show the assembled display of the rumored 12-inch MacBook Air has emerged from a Chinese enthusiast site. The pictures are claimed to be a 12-inch Retina display assembly, but feature an iOS-device like metal Apple logo rather than the usual translucent plastic lighted Apple logo, potentially undermining the credibility of the images. The display is seen to be thinner than a typical MacBook Pro, albeit thicker than an iPad Air.


IK Multimedia rolls out universal iRig Mic Studio condenser microphone

01/22, 3:12pm

New mic comes with connectors for nearly every digital application

Music hardware and software developer IK Multimedia today announced the iRig Mic Studio, its ultra-portable large-diaphragm digital condenser microphone for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC and Android. The iRig Mic Studio packs a one-inch diameter condenser capsule into an ultra-compact enclosure that can be used to make professional recordings anywhere.


Nvidia ships mid-ranged Maxwell-based GTX 960 GPU

01/22, 12:58pm

Lower power requirements for $200 GTX 960 graphics cards

Nvidia is extending the GTX 900-series of GPUs, with a reduced-power model seemingly aimed at players of League of Legends and DOTA 2. The GTX 960 has the same Maxwell architecture as its stablemates, but hopes to appeal to budget-conscious gamers with a lower price point as well as lower power requirements than the GTX 980 and GTX 970.


MOTU deploys 112D rack-mounted Thunderbolt digital audio interface

01/22, 11:57am

Cross-platform mixer brings 24 channels ADAT, 64 channels MADI to one unit

Today, MOTU debuted the 112D, a Thunderbolt-equipped digital audio interface, router, format converter and mixer. The seventh in a series of new, high-end audio interfaces from MOTU, the 112D serves as the flagship digital interface of the new line, offering 24 channels of AES/EBU, 24 channels of ADAT optical and 64 channels of MADI (AES10) for a total of 112 simultaneous digital I/O channels, all in a single rack space.


Microsoft shows 55- and 84-inch Surface Hub enterprise touchscreen

01/21, 3:53pm

Windows 10 device intended to simplify conferencing, communications

Microsoft's Surface ecosystem didn't get left behind in today's Windows 10 event. Unveiled at the media event was the Microsoft Surface Hub, which is either a 55- or 84-inch 4K display, utilizing a custom Windows 10 version, featuring touch and stylus input with voice and gesture controls.


Microsoft officially announces Spartan browser for Windows 10

01/21, 1:23pm

New browser

At today's Microsoft Windows 10 event, Windows Phone Program chief Joe Belifiore officially revealed the refresh of Microsoft-supplied browsers, with the previously rumored Spartan browser effort. The new browser, named after the company's hero of the Halo series, includes web page annotation and sharing, full PDF integration into the browser, and a baked-in implementation of Microsoft's Cortana "Personal Digital Assistant" technology.


Acer unveils C910, C740 Chromebooks for education market

01/21, 11:29am

Reinforced cases, hinges used in educational Acer Chromebooks

Acer has unveiled two Chromebooks aimed at the education market. The C910 and C740 Chromebooks are sturdy notebooks contained in reinforced covers capable of withstanding up to 60kg (132 pounds) of force, with the corners able to survive drops of up to 45 centimeters (17.7 inches) without damage, making the computers highly durable.


AMD posts terrible quarterly results, annual results in the red

01/21, 7:40am

Company encouraged by results, expecting lower revenue for FY2015

After eking out a profit in two consecutive quarters, chip manufacturer AMD erased those gains with a massive loss. Despite its GPU processors being used in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and what the company calls a "solid" holiday quarter, AMD announced revenue for the fourth quarter of 2014 of $1.24 billion, with an operating loss of $330 million and net loss of $364 million, or $0.47 per share. This compares to the year-ago quarter, where the company made $1.59 billion in revenue, with a net income of $89 million.


Fujitsu expands 'choose your own device' Lifebook line

01/21, 1:34am

Standard port replicator now on eight models for ease of docking across devices

Fujitsu announced today three new Lifebook models and one new tablet in the Stylistic line, with fifth-generation Intel Core vPro processors. The devices, expected to debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in March, include tablet sizes up to 13.3-inch, with one new model of 14-inch ultrabook. The tablets are all hybrid 2-in-1 devices designed to fit a new docking station.


Forums: iPhoto still slow on 27-inch 5K iMac

01/20, 3:16pm

iPhoto still slow on 27-inch 5K iMac

Yesterday in the MacNN forums, one Professional Poster was wondering why iPhoto is still running slow even after they upgraded their computer to a new Retina iMac -- so far there has been no input from fellow members. Forum-goers assist "Thorzdad" in troubleshooting an unresponsive 13-inch MBP, so far a solution has yet to be found.


Apple deals: 27-inch Retina iMacs from $2,119

01/20, 3:14pm

27-inch Retina iMacs from $2,119

Apple's online store has just added a selection of refurbished 27-inch Retina iMac models, starting as low as $2,119. The entry-level iMac configuration has received a $380 price break down to $2,119, and features a 3.5GHz quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive. For $2,299 is the refurbished 27-inch Retina iMac with a 3.5GHz quad-core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive.


DealNN: iPad mini 3 for $353

01/20, 3:09pm

iPad mini 3 for $353

At Amazon this week, get the iPad mini 3 with 16GB of storage and Wi-Fi in space gray, on sale for $353 with free shipping. That's $46 off the list price of $399, and around $35 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. The iPad mini offers a 7.9-inch Retina display, A7 processor chip with 64-bit architecture, Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage. Included is Apple's one-year warranty on parts and labor.


Hands On: TextExpander 4 for OS X, TextExpander 3 for iOS

01/18, 12:45pm

Get this essential Mac tool for speeding up your typing

Here's the thing: yes, TextExpander speeds up your typing, but some of us like typing -- and some of us are 120 words per minute. If you're one of the latter, that doesn't automatically rule out that you wouldn't be interested in the venerable TextExpander's speed, but we figured it wouldn't be that much use to us; or so we thought. Doubtlessly, if you are a slower typist, then the speed is the key reason to buy TextExpander -- but it does so much else, it is so useful in other ways, that we are now dependent on it, and wish we'd bought it ten years ago.


Friday Deals: Dell XPS, Nikon D5200, Samsung SSDs [Update]

01/17, 7:43pm

MacNN and Electronista Deals for January 16, 2015

[Updated with more great deals!] The second full week of 2015 is almost over, and so it's time for the Friday Deals post, where we find great offers on hardware, gadgets, and software for you, the ever-discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. As usual, the prices are correct at the time of writing, but the offer may change at a later time, so check before purchasing. Also, remember to come back over the weekend, as we will be adding more deals for you to enjoy.


Hands On: MarsEdit 3.6.7 (OS X)

01/16, 4:16pm

Excellent blogging app for Macs

There can't be a blogging platform or service in the world that doesn't already come with an editor where you can write, you know, your blog. Certainly WordPress and Blogger have perfectly adequate, even good, text editors for you to do this and doubtlessly millions of people stick with them. It's not as if millions of people can be wrong, but it can be that millions of people haven't used MarsEdit yet.


Forums: Signs your iMac is on its last legs

01/16, 3:32pm

Signs your iMac is on its last leg

This week in the MacNN Forums, Games Meister "The Final Dakar" pointed out strange things that his iMac is doing, and believes that these are signs that his iMac will soon not be operational. Dedicated MacNNer "krx" is looking for a way to do a clean install and use Migration Assistant.


Apple Deals: Mac mini and Mac Pro

01/16, 3:31pm

Mac mini and Mac Pro

At Apple's Online Store today, chose from a selection of refurbished Mac mini and Mac Pro models. The Mac mini with a 2.8GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive has seen a $150 discount to $849. A $450 discount drops the cost on the refurbished Mac Pro with a 3.7GHz Intel quad-core Xeon E5 processor, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of flash storage down to $2,549.


DealNN: 5K iMac for $2,400

01/16, 3:30pm

5K iMac for $2,400

Right now at, take advantage of a $100 price break on the 27-inch 5K iMac, which has been reduced from $2,500 down to $2,400. That discount makes this the lowest price currently available on this configuration by $50. This iMac features 5K resolution, a Haswell i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of flash storage and AMD Radeon R9 M290X graphics. Included are an Apple wireless keyboard, Magic Mouse and a one-year warranty.


Hands On: iThoughts HD (OS X, iOS)

01/16, 10:33am

Smart and quick mind mapping tool

We're in a tricky situation here. We've already covered MindNode, and said that for us it has the edge as the best of all the iOS mind-mapping applications. However, we did also say that for all the very many alternatives, this is currently a two-horse race and the other pony is iThoughts HD. If you went for MindNode on our recommendation, then thank you and isn't it great? If you haven't yet, still keep it in mind -- but let's examine iOS iThoughts HD as a serious alternative.


SAASpass unveils instant two-factor authentication security feature

01/15, 8:34pm

Smartphone or nearby mobile device replaces extra passwords and dongles

According to digital security provider SAASpass, a requirement to possess a separate physical device as part of accessing digital data -- for example a fingerprint reader or separate dongle -- helps prevent nearly all hacking attacks on computers. To that end, SAASpass has recently unveiled its "Computer Connector" apps to provide on-the-fly two-factor authentication, rather than passwords, using smartphones or mobile devices.


RadioShack facing possibility of bankruptcy by February

01/15, 7:58pm

Entered into 'definitive agreements to provide additional near-term liquidity'

Venerable tech retailer RadioShack released its fiscal Q3 numbers to the US Securities and Exchange Commission this month. The report includes information about what RadioShack describes as a "prolonged downturn in our business" and predictions about its liquidity if efforts to restructure its debt don't go through by February 2, the last day of Q4 for RadioShack's current fiscal year.


Apple MacBook Pro 2011 class action suit expands, fraud alleged

01/15, 5:00pm

Six states, Puerto Rico added; lawfirm claims firmware update slowed GPU

The class action suit alleging poor quality of Apple's 2011 MacBook Pro line has expanded. An email by the law firm driving the suit sent out last week informed class members that the complaint has now grown to users in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Puerto Rico, and Vermont. Additionally, the suit now claims that Apple actively and deliberately hid the problem from affected users.


Hands On: LaunchBar 6 (OS X)

01/15, 11:22am

Run your Mac from the keyboard in this utility that should be on every computer

Get it. Here it is on its official site. Go get it now: LaunchBar is that good. There are alternatives, that's about the only thing that should give you pause -- but the most obvious rival to LaunchBar is OS X's own Spotlight, and that is no competition at all. Sure, both let you tap a couple of keys and begin typing things like application names or search terms, but as excellent as Spotlight is, LaunchBar crams more power into the same space. With a couple of keystrokes, you can be entering an event into your calendar, you can be sending files to someone, you can be pasting something from the clipboard that you copied yesterday.


RocketStor 5411D dock brings peripheral, drive sharing to LAN users

01/15, 10:49am

Multiple USB 3.0 ports, SD card slot, SATA dock in one dock

HighPoint Technologies continues to expand its USB 3.0 product portfolio, and has unveiled the RocketStor 5411D USB 3.0 Drive Dock and Hub. The palm-sized docking station combines multiple USB 3.0 ports, a card-reader, SATA drive dock, and universal charging station into a single device.


Briefly: Parallels Access 2.5 adds iPhone 6, Typinator 6.4

01/15, 10:07am

Parallels Access upgrade brings fixes, S Pen, audio output choices

Parallels today introduced an updated version of its Parallels Access application, bringing the suite to version 2.5. In addition to general improvements, the new revision brings full implementation on new mobile devices, including the Kindle Fire, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, Galaxy Tab S, and Galaxy Note 4. The Samsung S Pen is now supported, and users have a choice of sound from the computer, or the mobile device doing the computer mirroring.


Hands On: Avernum 2 -- Crystal Souls (OS X, Windows)

01/15, 7:22am

Take a trip back to 1998 (in a good way) with this Retro RPG

In the mid '90s, dungeon-crawler RPGs were pretty standard fare -- nearly all boasted isometric-view fields of play. These types of games have went by the wayside in lieu of flashier graphics and more complicated game mechanics. Spiderweb Software, however, has decided to continue its own ongoing trend, and release a positively retro fantasy RPG called Avernum 2: Crystal Souls.


Apple quietly returns 2TB Mac mini model to online store

01/13, 9:19pm

Now available as a Fusion Drive, offering near-SSD performance

A 2TB capacity version of the Mac mini has reappeared in the online Apple Store, following the latest revision to the budget Mac that had removed the option, among other changes. In its most recent update, Apple removed the Mac mini "server edition" (though regular Minis can easily be made into servers still) and with it the 2TB hard drive storage option. The new 2TB model is limited to only the high-end, $999 configuration, but now uses an Apple Fusion Drive rather than a conventional hard drive.


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