Archive for October, 2013

Psykosoft releases Psykopaint as standalone Mac App

 Psykosoft releases Psykopaint as standalone Mac App Tours, France – Psykosoft is pleased to announce Psykopaint 1.2.1 for Mac. Psykopaint, (the most popular painting app on the chrome web store), is a painting application with a twist that allows you to paint while the colors are selected automatically based on a photo. Unlike other software based on filters, it is your own personality expressed in a painting. Until now the app was accessible exclusively online and now as a fully packaged app for Mac.

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NuMac LLC announces Optical Disc Burning solution for new Mac Pro

NuMac LLC announces Optical Disc Burning solution for new Mac Pro NuMac is excited to announce the NMBDR6x, a single cable solution for burning optical discs with Apple’s soon to be released Mac Pro. The round, low-profile design of the NMBDR6x allows the device to sit right beneath the Mac Pro, keeping clutter to a minimum.

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Theodolite AR Nav App Gets Version 4.0 Remake for iOS 7

 Theodolite AR Nav App Gets Version 4.0 Remake for iOS 7 and 50% off Sale Hunter Research and Technology today is pleased to announce version 4.0 of Theodolite, the popular augmented reality navigation app for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini. Theodolite overlays real-time information about position, altitude, bearing, range, and horizontal/vertical inclination on a live camera image, turning the device into a sophisticated electronic viewfinder with heads up display (HUD).

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10 iOS7 fixes #2 Find the App you need right away

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers The complaints against iOS 7 began flying around ever since the release of the new Apple operating system a few weeks ago. Yesterday we kicked off our top 10 simple fixes for the complaints logged against iOS 7 series. Each issue we will be giving you a new way to fix an issue with iOS7 to help you love your iPhone again.

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UGNN Malware Report for 1310-28

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report This week’s alerts were the most prolific we’ve seen in a long time. The crooks are really ramping up their vile practice. We have started posting many of our alerts to our Facebook group. If you are not a UGNet facebook follower you probably should be : www.facebook.com/groups/UGNet/
Here goes :
* Hackers compromise official PHP website, infect visitors with malware
* Mozilla addresses teenager’s purported mobile Firefox OS malware
* 18GB Grand Theft Auto 5 PC torrent turns out to be malware
* Norks seed online games with malware in fiendish DDoS plot
* North Korea May Be Distributing Malware-Riddled Games
* Reminder: The Web is not the only source of malware
* Best Books to Learn Malware & Intrusion Detection
* Update on PHP.net site malware hack attack
and more . . .

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Twitter IPO Updates : Stir the pot, raise the ante

twitter, ipo We’re continuing the heat of Twitter’s impending IPO, things are changing — but they’ve announced prices and shares and a tentative date . . . follow along
* Twitter price set conservatively to avoid Facebook, Groupon fate
* Twitter IPO as Economical as its Tweets With 27% Discount
* Twitter IPO pegs valuation at modest $11 billion
* Give us TWELVE BEEELLION of your Earth dollars
* Watch Twitter’s IPO ‘Roadshow’ Pitch
* NYSE: What Can Go Wrong?

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iBank for iPad 2 Released Exclusively for iOS 7

 iBank for iPad 2 Released Exclusively for iOS 7 MADE IN AMERICA The new full version of iBank for iPad is the most advanced personal finance solution for iOS yet. Redesigned for iOS 7, iBank for iPad 2.0 will be a free upgrade to users of earlier versions, and is available from the App Store immediately.

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Perceptive Automation and FortrezZ form Strategic Partnership

MADE IN AMERICA Perceptive Automation, developer of Indigo, the leading Mac-based home automation software, announced they have signed a strategic agreement with FortrezZ, a design, engineering and manufacturing company providing wireless automation and security products, to add support for the complete line of FortrezZ products in Indigo.

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Pixelmator 3.0 FX

London, United Kingdom – The Pixelmator Team has announced the release of Pixelmator 3.0 FX, the most advanced version of Pixelmator to date, featuring Layer Styles, Liquify Tools, and support for new features in OS X Mavericks, delivering blazing fast performance with its new, state-of-the-art image editing engine.   Continue reading »

Mavericks How-To: Integrating Maps Into Your Workflow

On MacLife‘s website, Cory Bohon has published this article to show how Maps can be used in OS X Mavericks.   Continue reading »

1st Look Keynote for Mac, iOS & iCloud

Joe Kissell, one of my favorite Take Control authors published this article for Macworld that gives us a “First Look at Keynote for Mac, iOS, and iCloud.”

Tutor for OS X Mavericks

MADE IN AMERICA Holland, Michigan – Noteboom Productions has announced the release and immediate availability of Tutor for OS X Mavericks, their latest video tutorial, now available on the Mac App Store. With Tutor for OS X Mavericks, the user watches videos to learn how to use OS X Mavericks, Apple‘s latest operating system for the Mac.   Continue reading »

Start decorating for Halloween

 The designers at Croco Studio, maker of the Buildand Play series of children’s apps take this opportunity to warn the public that they have unearthed from deep within the crypts a terrifyingly original new app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Monster Jewels takes the string a bead party to new heights with its dizzying array of choices available to design custom necklaces.   Continue reading »

10 iOS 7 Problems You Can Solve in 60 Seconds: #1 Backgrounds

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers The complaints against iOS 7 began flying around ever since the release of the new Apple operating system a few weeks ago. Issues people raised ran the gamut from frustration with what they saw as a shortened battery life for their iPhone to the security risks of the lock screen bypass. Fortunately, there are a few fairly simple fixes for the complaints logged against iOS 7, many of which you can learn how to do in 60 seconds.

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A new face for Recycling Old Computers

legendary dog-cow of the original Mac MacPaint We received a letter from reader P. Bryant citing an article from UGNN back in 2010. Paul is working on a project to help spread awareness about electronic recycling and shares this link and information with UGNN readers :

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