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Autodesk Graphic 3.1 (Commercialware)
Provides an organized yet stylish environment for easily designing and editing vector illustrations that can be exported to PDF and SVG files

iFax 3.17 (Demo)
Receive or send faxes from your Mac computer via a small, unobtrusive, and easy to use application that requires a subscription plan for delivering the data

Homebrew 1.5.0 (BSD)
A free and open source package management system for macOS users designed to help manage the installation process of other open source software

Tweeten 4.3.2 (Freeware)
Twitter client that can handle multiple accounts and offers you the possibility to monitor various aspects by using columns, just like TweetDeck

Unity 2017.3.0 Patch 3 / 2018.1.0b3 Beta (Trial)
High-end and GUI based tool for game development that comes with a very powerful engine and allows you to create projects compatible with different devices

Now 3.8.10 / 4.0.0 Canary 13 (Demo)
Desktop client for the now service that helps you put in the cloud apps, websites or services that rely on JavaScript or Docker.

Avocode 2.17.3 (Trial)
Project management utility that offers you the possibility to upload your graphic designs to the cloud and seamlessly share them with your team

Lightworks 14.0.0 / 14.1.0 Revision 103020 RC 4 (Demo)
It provides you with all the necessary tools for creating high-quality and beautiful videos using your Mac, without having its resources constantly drained

MBS Filemaker Plugin 7.5 / 8.0 Pre 9 (Shareware)
A versatile FileMaker plug-in that packs an extensive collection of practical tools designed to extend and optimize the runtime capabilities

Xojo / Real Studio Plug-ins 17.5 / 18.0 Pre 9 (Demo)
A comprehensive plugin collection that adds a multitude of new functions to Xojo and provides you with new development tools for creating applications

GoodTask 3.6.2 (Trial)
Task manager that integrates with the macOS Calendar and Reminders applications and provides more extended management capabilities

Recordam 1.3.2 (Demo)
Audio recording tool that can deal with various input sources, relies on popular audio file formats, and comes with a built-in library for managing your tracks

Brave 0.19.139 / 0.20.16 / 0.21.4 Dev (MPL)
Navigate the web while avoiding intrusive ads and trackers with this secure browser that introduces an alternative funding model, aimed to help website owners and other Brave users

Greasemonkey 4.2 (MIT License)
A powerful and very easy to use Firefox add-on that uses small bits of JavaScript to customize a webpage display and change the way it functions

Rip Studio 1.0.8 (Demo)
Create professional-looking photo collages, posters and covers, using creative templates and a wide variety of objects, with this easy-to-use app

Artista Impresso Pro 1.8.2 (Demo)
Transform any photo or image from your Mac's hard-drive into Impressionist masterpieces with the help of this straightforward editor

Glyphs 2.4.4 Build 1075 / 2.5b Build 1111 Beta (Trial)
Streamlined and comprehensive macOS font design and edit application that makes it straightforward to create your own glyphs from scratch

Fldigi 4.0.15 (GPL)
A macOS modem application that can be used with most of the digital modes employed by ham radio amateurs, such as CW, RTTY, PSK and more

GNS3 2.1.3 / 2.1.4 Dev 1 (GPL)
A handy, open source multiplatform graphical network simulation utility that targets both network enthusiasts and professionals.

Sticky Password 8.1.1 Build 1792 (Trial)
Password manager that provides you with a plethora of useful security features such as password encryption and cloud back-up for your password database

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iPhone X Users Complaining of Bug Making It Impossible to Answer Calls
iPhone X owners are now reporting an unexpected bug that makes it impossible to answer calls, as devices only ring and vibrate, without any call information and option displayed on screen. Judging from the number of posts on Apple Support Communities, this isn’t yet a widespread issue, though more than 100 users claim to have the exact same problem on their iPhone X. The bug was first reported in early December, and the number of people confirming it is growing in January. One such post on the forums explains that the bug is temporarily fixed when rebooting the phone, but this only happens on some occasions. An Apple Community specialist provided general recommendations, such as closing the Phone app and rebooting the device. Eventually, they say a full reset of the iPhone could fix the issue. No fix, no workaround At this point, only ...

Samsung Claims Its Phones Aren’t Slowed Down Like iPhones
Samsung and Apple are both being investigated in Italy for planned obsolescence, as the two companies are suspected of slowing down devices with worn-out batteries in order to push customers to buy new models. While in Apple’s case the company has already confirmed that it deliberately reduced the performance of older iPhone models to prevent unexpected shutdowns, Samsung’s involvement in the probe is surprising to say the least, especially because the firm explained recently that no such tweaks take place on its phones. In a new statement released this weekend, Samsung clearly states that the CPU does not experience any throttling on its smartphones with aged batteries, and the company is willing to provide all the necessary information to prove...

Apple Takes Microsoft’s Side in Dispute Against US Government
Apple is one of the biggest companies that sided with Microsoft in the software giant’s legal dispute against the United States Department of Justice over a global search warrant. Microsoft is fighting a US government ruling that would force companies to provide access to information belonging to foreign customers and stored in data centers that are not located in the United States. The Redmond-based software giant is required in one such case to hand data from a server in Ireland, and the company says that such a request would violate Irish data protection laws and instead provide the United States government with access to details of any of its customers no matter where they live. Salesforce also sides with Microsoft Microsoft’s President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith revealed that the 23 amicus briefs were signed b...

Petition Calls for Apple to Sign Older iOS Versions and Allow Downgrading
iOS 11 has proved to be quite a software fiasco for iPhone owners, with a plethora of bugs reported since the first version landed in September 2017, including battery drain, app crashes, lag, and device freezes. Unfortunately for users who upgraded to iOS 11, downgrading is no longer possible because Apple has stopped signing iOS 10 and previous releases, so iPhone users who’re not satisfied with the performance of their device on the current build of the operating system are not allowed to downgrade. This is why a petition calls for Apple to sign all iOS versions shipped so far and allow users to downgrade, especially because the most recent releases substantially slow down older devices. “Why is user deprived of the choice to go back to the iOS version his device was running very smoothly on?” the petition reads before emphasizing that customers “have no cho...

Apple Angers South Korea with iPhone Slowdown, Investigation Officially Started
South Korea has officially started an investigation into the way Apple handled battery degradation on several iPhone models, with the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office confirming that it’s looking into possible planned obsolescence claims. The investigation starts only a few days after the Seoul’s Citizens United for Consumer Sovereignty filed a complained against Apple for reducing the performance of certain iPhone models with iOS updates, accusing the company of deliberately throttling devices to push customers to new models. France and Italy have also launched similar investigations on Apple’s practices, and the company now risks hefty fines in both countries if found guilty of deliberate slowdowns for planned obsolescence. Apple admitted in late December that it reduced the performance of iPhone 6 to iPhone 7 in order to prevent unexpected shutdowns on units with worn-out batteries. While the company apologized and reduced the cost of replacing batte...

The Fappening 2018: Fox Sports Host Charissa Thompson’s Nude Photos Leaked
Fox Sports host Charissa Thompson is the latest celebrity whose nude photos were stolen by hackers and then published online on websites known for posting adult content as part of The Fappening scandal. According to The Blast, hackers managed to breach the iCloud account belonging to the 35-year-old television host and sportscaster and then extract photos that were stored in the cloud. By default, Apple’s iPhone can upload photos taken with the camera to iCloud for backup purposes, and by compromising the credentials, hackers can thus get access to the entire gallery that’s uploaded to cloud. While nothing has been said on how the account was breached, hackers most often turn to phishing sites that replicate the official interface of iCloud and email messages that are delivered to their targets in an attempt to convince them to load these fake pages. Emails typically req...

Nokia Could Revive Lumia 1020 Idea with Android, Penta-lens Camera
Nokia is reportedly working on a brand new model that could use several design and technology cues from the old Lumia 1020 running Windows Phone. While it’s not yet clear how exactly the phone is going to look, leaks that happened during the weekend revealed that HMD-owned Nokia wants to build a penta-lens camera phone that would be more or less reminiscent to the Lumia 1020. At the moment of its launch in mid-2013, the Lumia 1020 came with the best camera on a smartphone, as it featured a 41-megapixel unit with Carl Zeiss optics, OIS, xenon flash, and manual focus. Given the fate of Windows phones, Lumia 1020 eventually bit the dust just like the rest of Lumia models and the mobile operating system developed by Microsoft. But Nokia, which has in the meantime found a new owner, wants to use the idea behind Lumia 1020 to build what’s believed to be the Nokia 10, a phone that would excel in terms of camera with a penta-lens design and Android (most likely Oreo if it...

London Police Says It’ll Finally Replace Windows XP with Windows 10 This Year
Windows XP support ended in April 2014, but despite the security risks caused by running outdated software, the 2001 operating system is still powering a large number of computers across the world. The London Metropolitan Police is one of the organizations still sticking with Windows XP, despite a migration plan that started nearly three years ago. But this year the transition off Windows XP will certainly be completed, the Met’s officials guarantee, as the target for the last computers to be upgraded to Windows 10 is now May. As ITPro notes, the migration from Windows XP to Windows 10 happened at a rather slow pace for the London police forces, as despite having started in 2014, the upgrade process left some 35,000 computers running Windows XP in April 2015 and 18,000 in June 2017. Cloud-based collaboration tools The London police, ho...

Linux Kernel 4.15 Delayed Until Next Week as Linus Torvalds Announces a Rare RC9
While the Linux community was looking forwards to the final Linux 4.15 kernel release today, Linus Torvalds just delayed it for another week, announcing the ninth Release Candidate (RC) instead. It's not every day that you see a ninth Release Candidate in the development cycle of a new Linux kernel branch, but here we go, and we can only blame it on those pesky Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities that affect us all, putting billions of devices at risk of attacks. That, and the fact that things haven't calmed down since last week's eight Release Candidate, which was supposed to be the last for the upcoming series. According to Linus Torvalds, there are st...

Mozilla Firefox 58.0 "Quantum" Is Now Available for Download, Here's What's New
Mozilla is now seeding the final release of the Firefox 58.0 "Quantum" web browser on its official mirrors, for Windows, Linux, and macOS platforms, ahead of next week's launch. The company plans to make Firefox 58.0 official next week on January 23, but it looks like the open-source web browser is now available for download from Mozilla's official download servers. Users can grab the new release right now for Linux, macOS, and Windows operating systems, and update their installations. Firefox 58.0 has been in development for the past two months, during which Mozilla's engineers managed to add streaming compilation and a new two-tiered baseline compiler to...