Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac is now available and it supports Windows 10 integration with Cortana.
Besides Windows 10 integration, Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac offers lots of speed performance improvements over the previous versions such as:
Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac was released back in October 2010 and now, almost 5 years later, we finally have a new office for Mac.
Parallels today launched Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Enterprise Edition, the industry-leading software for running Windows applications on Macs. New built-in intelligence and support for Apple’s latest operating system, OS X Yosemite. It provides ease-of-use for both business users and consumers, allowing them to forget about the operating system and focus on the task at hand.
Parallels Desktop 10 will bring many of the announced features of Mac OS X Yosemite Windows and Windows applications, supporting iCloud Drive, iMessages and SMS text sharing from Windows, and control of virtual machines from Spotlight preview and Finder QuickLook. New ease-of-use improvements include Wizards that guide users through optimising their experience, improved performance and battery life, and improved usability between operating systems so that people can complete tasks more quickly. Parallels Desktop 10 gets out of the way so customers can think less about the tools being used and more about what’s important. It also offers the choice and freedom to use whatever operating system fits your needs – including OS X Yosemite, OS X Mavericks, Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Windows 8, Windows 7, Chrome OS, Android and a number of Linux operating systems – all on one computer.
The Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad (T651) is a trackpad for Mac and is retailing for S$98, the Windows equivalent is Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad (T650) is retailing slightly more expensive, for S$109.
Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac is an alternative to the Apple Magic Trackpad which is also retailing for the same price of S$98.
The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard (K811) is a keyboard for Mac and is retailing for S$169, the Windows equivalent is Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard (K810) is also retailing for S$169.
The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard is a pretty expensive alternative to the Apple Wireless Keyboard which is retailing for S$98.
Finally! Prices in both the iOS App Store and Mac App Store in Singapore are now displayed in Singapore Dollars (S$ or S$) instead of United Stats Dollars (US$). This means that the price of an app will not fluctuate because of the horrible currency exchange rate between Singapore and United States given by banks.
Last month, when I bought a US$0.99 app, my credit card bill will reflect S$1.30, but now the app just cost S$1.28. Apple uses very reasonable exchange rates, according to Google the exchange rate today (13:45 on Friday, 22nd June 2012) is:
Coda 2 will be available from 24th May 2012 onwards from the Mac App Store as well as their own online store. The pricing scheme is a little tricky. For the first 24 hours, Coda 2 will be on sale at 50% which is US$49, after that it will be back to US$75 and after certain time frame it will be back to the original price which is US$99.
As you probably heard by now, the Mac App Store is live. It is bundled together with OS X 10.6.6 update. US$4.99 is the new US$0.99 in the Mac App Store. I have not gotten any paid app from there yet as I bought all the software directly from the software company itself and hence the Mac App Store is pretty useless for me in terms of paid app. I only wish you can transfer license for those Mac software that you have bought to the Mac App Store so that it will handle the updating for you. But right now that is not possible. The only way is you have to buy it again which is stupid. Lets see what happen to the Mac App Store eventually.
From Panic Blog (Makers of Coda & Transmit)