Gain Access to Windows Home Server Console on Mac OS X via Remote Desktop

One of the great features recently introduced to Windows Home Server (at least on HP's EX485 / EX487 / LX195 MediaSmart Servers) is the ability to use it in conjunction with Time Machine on the Mac. While this feature has been very much welcomed, many Mac users are still hoping to one day get native [...]

EFi-X USB Dongle Reviewed at Gizmodo

Say goodbye to the tedious Hackintosh setups you've seen floating around the web and say hello to EFi-X, a $155 USB dongle that attaches to your PC which allows you to easily install Mac OS X Leopard from a retail disc – including all its future updates without the need for patches. Of course there's [...]

Rivet Xbox 360 Server Software for Mac OS X

In case you own a Mac and you want to stream your digital media to an Xbox 360, there's now another alternative to Nullriver's Connect360 called Rivet by Cynical Peak Software. Rivet ($18.95) supports AAC, MP3, WMA, H.264, DIVX, AVI, WMV, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, RAW, TIFF, PSD, PDF, and other formats. The software is designed [...]

A Windows, Linux and OSx86 Capable Desktop Computer?

RSOL PC today announced the upcoming release of their latest desktop computer series which is capable of running multiple operating system platforms either simultaneously or independently on traditional PC hardware and with minimal software patching. The Smooth Series Multi-Platform Desktop from RSOL PC has been tested to be compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Ubuntu, Fedora [...]

OSXBMC Re-Branded as Plex

In an attempt to differentiate itself from XBMC (and any other “Media Center” app), the XMBC splinter group (formerly known as OSXBMC) had decided to rename their project Plex – actually Plex2 since the domain was already taken. So what does this mean to Mac OS X users running OSXMBC? Not much other than [...]