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How Steve Jobs introduced the iPod and saved Apple
Fourteen years ago Steve Jobs launched the iPod, and everything changed for Apple
Oct 28 2015, 1:33PM
Quick tip: you can now send texts from your Mac or iPad
SMS Relay allows you to send and receive SMS messages on an iPad or Mac.
Oct 23 2014, 7:35PM
Apple's Mac Pro (2014) reviewed: hugely impressive hardware
Compact and quiet despite a huge helping of horsepower, the Mac Pro’s revolutionary design is set to turn the workstation market on its head. Read the review.
May 20 2014, 2:02PM
MYOB updates AccountEdge Mac accounting software
Mac users of MYOB have new versions of AccountEdge to choose from. Click here for the list.
Apr 9 2014, 5:24PM
Download the new Mac version of e-tax for lodging your tax return online
Looking to do lodge your tax return online using a Mac? Now for the first time you can download the e-tax software for your Mac.
Jul 3 2013, 8:44AM
How is the new Mac Pro different to an iMac?
The new Mac Pro is a striking machine and under the hood it is different in many ways to an ordinary iMac. Look at these photos to see how.
Jun 11 2013, 3:51PM
Use your iPad or iPhone as a car logbook
The latest update to MYOB's AccountEdge accounting software for Mac and iOS lets you use your iPad or iPhone as a car logbook.
Feb 5 2013, 12:16PM
Could you use free Office Web Apps instead of the regular Office?
Are the free Office Web Apps a viable alternative to the regular, installed-to-your-computer versions?
Nov 2 2012, 11:32AM
6 alternatives to Microsoft Office for the Mac
At some point, almost every new Mac user asks this question - here are six alternatives to Microsoft Office for word processing on the Mac.
Oct 17 2012, 4:00PM
Apple to open new Brisbane store
Apple will take the wraps off a new retail outlet in the South Brisbane store of Carindale this Saturday.
Aug 22 2012, 11:15AM
A handy website to bookmark: Zamzar
Can't open a file? Here's a handy website that converts files to PDF for you.
Aug 13 2012, 2:58PM
See if your software will work with Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Here's a handy way of checking if your software will still work when you upgrade to Windows 8 and Mac OS X.
Aug 9 2012, 12:16PM
Product brief: Hitachi G-Drive 3TB review
An external hard drive with plenty of storage geared towards Mac users.
Aug 1 2012, 5:30PM
E-tax 2012 not available for Mac, but there is a way
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the 2012 version of e-tax, though Mac users still miss out - or do they?
Jun 29 2012, 10:18AM
Apple gets serious about security
Subtle changes to wording on the Apple site are a sign that times have changed when it comes to antivirus on the Mac, argues Anthony Caurana.
Jun 26 2012, 11:44AM
Use a Mac at work? What you need to know about antivirus
Step into a room of Mac users and ask them whether whether Macs need antivirus software and it's a fair bet that you'll end up starting an argument. Here's our take.
Jun 22 2012, 10:35AM
Get 16GB of Corsair Dual Channel DDR3 SODIMM memory for under $100
Give your MacBook (and productivity) a speed boost with Corsair 16GB Dual Channel DDR3 SODIMM Memory Kit (2x 8GB).
May 1 2012, 11:04AM
Quick Review: LogMeIn Free for iOS
Probably the most powerful and easy to use remote access tool available for iOS - LogMeIn shows how it should be done.
Jan 18 2012, 8:57AM
Microsoft bangs the Office for Mac 2011 drum
Entourage personal information manager finally being replaced with Outlook.
Jul 30 2010, 10:49AM
Still no Mac, Linux support for ATO's e-tax
The 2010 version of the Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) online tax return software will support Windows 7, but not Mac or Linux operating systems.
May 19 2010, 11:21AM
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