With luck, High Sierra will turn out to be Apple’s nadir, and the vast majority of us preparing to upgrade to Mojave won’t look back.
A neater interface with its own app icon at last, and notarized for your better protection.
Parsing multiple languages in the same text, discovering which parse types are supported in a language, and finding ‘roots’ of words.
Most Macs have suffered from a serious security vulnerability in Bluetooth which could allow a third party to […]
As shown at WWDC, 10.14 can parse natural language text into its parts of speech. Here’s a demo app for beta-testers, to give an idea of its powers.
The macOS Dictionary app may appear dull and unnecessary, but gives offline access to reputable dictionaries completely free of charge.
Apple showed a new App Store app, and Apple News, which had been ported to Mojave using its new cross-platform tool, Marzipan. But what will it do?
The moment you start writing apps that work with documents, you’ll need to know how to use UTIs. That requires inspired searching, guesswork, and trial and error.
Need to send large files to someone? Don’t have time to let iCloud get round to it when it’s ready? Try Mail Drop – but not in the Mail app.
Don’t pay too much attention to what Apple wants you to hear, but beware of what it omits to mention. Time Machine 2, perhaps?