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    Video: Customise alerts in OS X’s Notification Center

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    at 12:00pm October 29 2013
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    In this week’s free video tutorial, our pals from ScreenCastsOnline show you how to customise alerts in OS X’s Notificaiton Center.

    Video: Get to grips with Notification Center in OS X Mountain Lion

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    at 04:23pm September 24 2013
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    In this week’s free video tutorial, our pals from ScreenCastsOnline show how Notification Center works, and how to reach it whether you’re using a mouse, keyboard or a trackpad.

    Explore the Desktop and user interface changes in OS X Mountain Lion

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    at 12:30pm September 17 2013
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    In this free video, our friends from ScreenCastsOnline talk about important changes in OS X Mountain Lion, and some small but useful features you might have missed.

    New domain name gold rush about to start

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    at 11:20am September 2 2013
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    A second domain name gold rush could be about to start. While there are currently only a handful of top level domains all that is going to change with the introduction of almost 1,400 new TLDs over the next two years.

    Ultimate Mac protection

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    at 09:00am May 22 2013
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    Nobody wants to imagine their Mac laptop getting stolen, but it happens with alarming frequency. LoJack for Laptops can help.

    Recover your Mac in the event of theft

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    at 09:00am April 24 2013
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    With LoJack for Laptops the odds of getting your Mac back improve by a massive 75%. Additional features include remote lock, locate and delete, so that a stranger is unable to access your personal files in the event of theft.

    NSConf report: 3 days of indie iOS and OS X developer madness, in Leicester

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    at 06:44pm March 11 2013
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    Leicester recently hit the news when the bones of Richard III were found under a car park there, but now it has another reason for attracting global attention – it’s the home of NSConf, the annual gathering of the UK’s independent iPhone and iPad developers.

    I use my Mac for making movies

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    at 03:59pm March 7 2013
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    MacFormat catches up with Richard Symons, a movie director who loves the combination of his Mac and Scrivener software. Plus, the chance to save 50% on Scrivener software!

    Office 365 for Mac launched

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    at 02:54pm January 29 2013

    Office 365 now supports either Mac or Windows variations. The Office:mac product however hasn’t actually changed in terms of features, it’s just a subscription version of Office:mac 2011 plus the Office 365 benefits. One great benefit is that it works across up to five devices, including Windows tablets, PCs and Macs; and comes with extra SkyDrive storage and Skype calling — all for £79.99 for an annual subscription. To help…

    I use my Mac for Home Automation

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    at 02:48pm January 15 2013
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    We interview Jason Vaughan, co-founder of AV specialist Kensington Home Technology, about his love for home automation and Apple products. MacFormat: Tell us about yourself. Jason Vaughan: I’m the co-founder of AV (audio-visual) specialist Kensington Home Technology (k-ht.co.uk). We provide AV solutions mainly to the top end of the residential market. We have been providing high-end solutions for the past six years and use a range of systems, such as Crestron, Control…

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