Tag: Macintosh

RaSCSI Available for Older Macs

The RaSCSI board is now available for old Macs. You could potentially emulate HD’s and CDROM’s with it.RaSCSI is a virtual SCSI device emulator that runs on a Raspberry Pi. It can emulate multiple SCSI devices concurrently, provides a control interface to attach / detach drives, as well as insert and eject removable media. Simply […]

KiGB Gameboy Emulator Updated

Richard Bannister has updated his KiGB Gameboy Emulator for Mac OS X. KiGB version 2.0.7 introduces several changes including the following new features: Optional Super Gameboy emulation. Motion sensor support (Kirby Tilt & Tumble). Game Genie and Game Shark support. KiGB requires the end user to supply their own Gameboy cartridge images but the program […]

MacCast Episode # 744 Released

The MacCast, A podcast that covers all things Macintosh, has released their 744th episode. The current Adam Christianson produced episode of the MacCast covers: Apple’s 2Q 2020 Earnings. Lots of new names coming to Apple TV+. The updated 13-inch MacBook Pro. Apple addresses AirPods Pro issues. New iPad in 2020. Don’t Panic, you have an […]

Clock.Signal Emulator Updated

The Clock.Signal Emulator for Mac OS X, which emulates a host of platforms has been updated. The latest release by Tom Harte, Clock.Signal’s curator, includes the following fixes: adds volume controls; corrects a bug in Apple II NIB handling that could cause a crash for some track layouts; and introduces a preliminary attempt at OPLL […]

The MacCast Posts Episode 690

The MacCast, a podcast produced by Adam Christianson, has released the 690th episode of the podcast. This latest episode goes over a myriad of Macintosh related topics including: AirPower still, still, coming… Snow in the underworld. Target will have Apple Pay. Apple Stagelight not a new video app. Apple updates all the OSes. AirPod 2 […]

The Mac plus 35 Years

This morning, I saw a post from Tim Cook which caused me to take pause of what I was doing and reminisce a bit. 35 years ago, I was a young computer lab technician working in the college computer lab, supporting 100 Apple II systems on a Corvus Network. We began receiving new computers in […]

MacCast Eoisode 687 Released

Episode 687 of the Adam Christianson produced MacCast has been released. This episode covers a host of topics including the Quarter 1 revision of guidance from Apple concerning the downturn in iPhone sales in China. Also, the AirPower, iTunes coming to “Smart TVs” and rumors of a Tri-Lens iPhone. More review of external DVD drives […]