With the release of Valve’s Steam client for the Mac last week, Apple gamers all over found themselves with renewed hope that their gaming lives were about to get a lot better. We’ve been using the client since launch and have lots to say about it, so join us in figuring out if Valve’s latest release has lived up to all the hype.
Own a Mac, but require the use of Windows from time to time? With today’s robust virtualization solutions, there are better alternatives than rebooting with Bootcamp or using emulation. Fusion 3 is one of these, and we put it to the test to see if it’s worth its $80 price tag, and also whether or not free alternatives are the more attractive choice.
XTorrent is a BitTorrent OS X application that is being hailed by many as the most capable program of itâ€™s kind and one that blows past everything that came before it, regardless of platform, price or functionality. But is it really that good? We at Techgage took a look at the latest version to let you know.
As attractive as OS X is, one reason most people have fun with it is by adding a slew of widgets to help keep things interesting. Among the thousands available, you should have no problem finding a handful that you enjoy. To help get you started, we are taking a look at our personal favorites.
Encoding video is not normally ones idea of fun, but Elgato promises to take out some of the pain for Mac users by making the process up to 4x faster, with their Turbo.264. Does it live up to it’s claims, and more importantly, is it worth your $100?
|A Look at Valve’s Mac Steam Client||Brett Thomas||May 19, 2010||Apple, Gaming|
|VMware Fusion 3 – Windows on the Mac Made Easy||Brett Thomas||January 11, 2010||Apple|
|Xtorrent 1.0 for Mac OS X||Don Williams||July 31, 2007||Apple|
|Thirteen OS X Widgets You Should Be Using||Don Williams||July 20, 2007||Apple|
|Elgato Turbo.264||Matt Serrano||July 11, 2007||Apple|
|Customizing OS X: The Easy Way||Don Williams||July 6, 2007||Apple|
|Top Utilities For Enhancing OS X||Don Williams||June 27, 2007||Apple|