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Latest Mac Software.


TYPO3 CMS 8.5.1 (GPL)
An open source and easy to use content management system designed from the ground up to help you build or manage various types of websites

Duplicate Annihilator for iPhoto 5.8.3 (Demo)
A lightweight and very easy-to-use application specially designed to help you find and remove or mark duplicate photos from your iPhoto library

Duplicate Annihilator for Photos 1.8.1 (Demo)
Scans your Photos library and identifies duplicates, missing image files, corrupt JPEGs and other issues in order to help you clean up your photos collection

Endless Sky 0.9.5 (GPL)
Explore numerous star systems, land on strange worlds, trade, fight and complete missions, in this simple but fun space exploration game

Focus 1.5.0 / 1.5.2 Beta 1 (Trial)
A useful and low-key utility specially designed to help you focus on your work and avoid any other distractions by blocking various webpages

Yaoqiang BPMN Editor 5.1.8 (GPL)
A user-oriented graphical editor specially built to help you design and create business process diagrams compliant with OMG specifications

FibreJet 5.0.9 / 5.1.0 RC 3 (Shareware)
SAN network management tool that can help you manage your storage space and help you access data by using a Fibre Channel based network

Wing FTP Server 4.8.3 (Trial)
Set up an FTP server with this complex solution that supports numerous file transfer protocols and can be monitored or configured from any location

Nootka 1.4.1 (GPL)
Learn classical score notation by taking a variety of exams or playing a real instrument and analyzing your technique, with this versatile, open-source application

Vezér 1.7.3 (Demo)
A lightweight and powerful application that enables you to take control of various real time video apps, lighting setups and complex multimedia environments

PressPerCent Pro 3.4.9 (Demo)
Lightweight and comprehensive OS X ink pre-setting solution that makes it simpler and easier to manage offset presses and optimize their ink key zone settings

Audirvana Plus 2.6.5 (Trial)
A powerful audio player for Mac OS X that can deal with popular file formats, includes support for native DSD streaming, and can work with Audio Unit plugins.

SynciOS 1.0.6 (Freeware)
Transfer songs, videos, photos, contacts, notes, apps and more between an iPhone, iPad or iPod and your Mac, with easy-to-use iOS device manager

MBS Filemaker Plugin 6.5 / 7.0 Pre 4 (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 16.5 / 17.0 Pre 4 (Demo)
A comprehensive plugin collection that adds a multitude of new functions to Xojo and provides you with new development tools for creating applications

Verto Studio 3D 2.2.2 (Commercialware)
Powerful and intuitive 3D modeling application for the OS X platform featuring various editing features, image rendering and much more

itch 23.1.0 (MIT License)
Desktop client for the itch.io platform that offers you the possibility to browse your games collections outside the browser, and simplifies the installation procedure

IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition 2016.3.3 Build 163.11103.6 / 2016.3.4 Build 163.12024.1 EAP / 2017.1 Build 171.2455.10 EAP (Trial)
A powerful, versatile and user-friendly Java IDE specially designed to improve your productivity with the help of numerous tools and features

WebKit R211004 (Freeware)
A powerful, open source web browser engine that can be used by developers to easily design and build native and cross-platform browsers.

Chromium 58.0.2988.0 (BSD)
Cross-platform and open source web browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way to experience the Internet


Latest News.

Let’s Chat: Is Windows 7 Really Outdated?
Microsoft is trying to convince everyone to upgrade to Windows 10, and after offering the operating system free of charge in the first 12 months of availability, the company is now trying a different tactic aimed directly at Windows 7 users The firm says that Windows 7 has “outdated security,” explaining in a blog post that only Windows 10 can deal with today’s security threats and no matter how hard you’d try, you still can’t make Windows 7 just as secure as this latest Windows version. The post was made on the company’s German blog, which is a bit surprising given that no English version was published, but it still shows that Microsoft is already preparing its arsenal for moving users off Windows 7. “Windows 7 is based on outdated security architecture,” Microsoft says. “Companies and users who won’t upgrade fr...

Android Users Under Attack As Banking Malware Source Code Was Posted Online
Security researchers warn that the source code of an Android banking malware was posted online, along with information on how to use it, which means that users of Android devices are very likely to face an increasing number of attacks in the short term. Security firm Dr. Web reveals that it has already discovered one malware developed with this leaked source code, adding that it’s distributed as popular applications either directly injected in APKs available online or in third-party stores. The malware has been flagged as Android.BankBot.149.origin and tries to get administrator privileges on compromised computers. Once it’s granted full privileges, the malware removes the app’s icon from the home screen, trying to trick people into believing it was removed. Stealing credit card data But on the other hand, it remains active in the background, and it connects to a command and control se...

Honor Flagship with 5.7-Inch QHD Display, 6GB RAM Coming Soon
The Honor 8 is a more than decent high-end smartphone by itself, but now that Huawei has started seeding Android 7.0 Nougat, it could become an even better device. If you liked the Honor 8, then you will be happy to know that the Chinese company plans to launch another flagship in the coming months. We don't know if it will be called Honor 9, but the smartphone has a model number that's been confirmed by TENAA, Honor DUK-TL30. The Chinese regulatory commission has just certified a new Honor smartphone that packs more powerful specs than the predecessor. First of all, the new Honor handset is equipped with a 2.4GHz octa-core processor, but the chipset isn't named in the listing. We hope it's Huawei's new Kirin 960 CPU, since the Honor 8 comes with a Kirin 95...

Android Malware Secretly Downloads and Purchases Apps from Google Play Store
Android devices are targeted by a new type of malware that secretly downloads and purchases applications from the Google Play Store, while also being capable of stealing information, such as the configured Google account. Codenamed Skyfin, the new infection reaches Android devices with the help of a different malware known as Android.DownLoader, which usually spreads as part of applications posted in third-party stores. In other words, users who are downloading apps from any other store than Google’s are exposed to these attacks, so they should double-check each APK to make sure it’s not infected. Security company Dr. Web says Skyfin can compromise the Google Play Store process to automatically download apps on users’ devices. These apps are not installed though, but the file is stored in the downloads folder to make sure that the user does not notice any difference on their phones. “It steals a mobile ...

Moto Z (2017) with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU Spotted in Benchmark
The Moto Z is one of those smartphones that didn't receive the attention it deserved. The smartphone recently made its debut in Europe after its initial release in the United States via major carrier Verizon. Aside from its pretty powerful hardware configuration, the smartphone follows the modular design that LG G5 failed to make popular among Android fans. However, Motorola's Moto Z looks and feels more stylish than most other flagships available on the market. Also, the Moto Mods that can be added to the phone to improve its battery, camera or audio features seem to be selling very well, since Motorola announced that it would continue to launch new Mods throughout the 2017. Now, if you like the Moto Z, which packs a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor inside, then you will be pleased to know Motorola could launc...

Bank Blames Microsoft for the Collapse of Windows Phone
Windows Phone currently has a market share of approximately 0.5 percent, according to third-party research firms, but Microsoft remains tight-lipped on everything related to its mobile vision most of the time. Coupled with many other highly-criticized decisions, this approach contributed to the decline of Windows Phone, and now a French bank blames Microsoft for abandoning support for the platform. After many developers decided to leave Windows phones and focus exclusively on Android and iOS, HSBC France is doing the same thing, blaming Microsoft for giving up on the mobile operating system. Starting with February 2017, the official HSBC France app will no longer be available in the Windows Store, and customers are recommended to turn to their browsers in order to access accounts (via thewindowse). “The services offered by Microsoft are evolving and their decision to abandon support ...

Microsoft to Lay Off 700 Employees Next Week - Report
​Microsoft is expected to cut 700 more jobs next week, with an announcement to be made when the company reveals its quarterly earnings. The new layoffs are part of a plan that was announced in mid-2016, with the firm revealing at that point that 2,850 roles would be removed globally during the fiscal year which ends in June 2017. According to BI, the layoffs will cover several divisions within Microsoft and could also target the mobile division, which itself has been impacted substantially by job cuts following the purchase of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit. The previous round of layoffs was primarily focused on mobile, but other divisions were included as well, so it remains to be seen how Microsoft plans to spread this new job cut across its units. Microsoft also cut more than 18,000 jobs in July 2014 after taking over Nokia’s smartphone business as p...

Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS Delayed Until February 2, Will Bring Linux 4.8, Newer Mesa
If you've been waiting to upgrade your Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system to the 16.04.2 point release, which should have hit the streets a couple of days ago, you'll have to wait until February 2. We hate to give you guys bad news, but Canonical's engineers are still working hard these days to port all the goodies from the Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) repositories to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, which is a long-term supported version, until 2019. These include the Linux 4.8 kernel packages and an updated graphics stack based on a newer X.Org Server version and Mesa 3D Graphics Library. "Due to some parts of the HWE stack still being in flux, the 16.04.2 release will be pushed back to Feb 2," said Adam Conrad, Software Engineer at Canonical. "D...

Important CentOS 7 Linux Kernel Security Patch Released, 3 Vulnerabilities Fixed
CentOS developer and maintainer Johnny Hughes is announcing the availability of a new, important Linux kernel security update for the CentOS 7 series of operating systems. CentOS 7 is derived from the freely distributed source code of the commercial Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 operating system series, which means that it also benefits from its security patches. According to the recently published RHSA-2017:0086-1 security advisory, which was marked as important, three security vulnerabilities are patched. Two of these security flaws are marked as moderate and one as important. Documented as CVE-2016-7117, the latter is a use-after-free vulnerability discovered in Linux kernel's socket recvmmsg subsystem, which could allow a remote attacker to...

openSUSE 13.2 GNU/Linux OS Reached End of Life, Upgrade to openSUSE Leap 42.2
If for some reason you are still using the openSUSE 13.2 operating system on your personal computer or server, you should know that it recently reached end of life and upgrading to a newer version is highly recommended. In November last year, we briefly informed our readers about the upcoming EOL (End of Life) support for the openSUSE 13.2 GNU/Linux distribution, the last one that was released before the project was split into what we know today as openSUSE Tumbleweed, a rolling release operating system, and openSUSE Leap, a static release edition. Unfortunately, the EOL date for openSUSE 13.2 was reached this week, on January 17, which means that SUSE and openSUSE ...