ZDNet's George Ou has posted some details about a scary new Mac OS X exploit that takes advantage of Safari. Unlike the relatively benign OSX.Leap.A worm which emerged last week this exploit is a major security hole because it requires no user interaction.
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I've taken some pictures of the MacBook Pro unboxing experience. Check 'em out.
The iTab is a slick-looking tablet Mac but it's not from Cupertino. This little pen-based Mac is from an outfit called ThePlaceForItAll.com.
Episode 105 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. This week we interview Travis Yates, developer of A Blackjack Card Counter for iPhone, we discuss Apple outlawing jailbreaking, Hulu’s fantastic suicide and we play “What’s on your Mac?
This week's "Mac virus" scare turned out to be nothing more than a worm for Mac OS X that propagates through iChat and infects local Mac applications.
The roller coaster ride of Apple ship dates keeps on rolling. Yesterday I posted a note about a new third configuration of the MacBook Pro that Apple was offering on the high end - a previously unannounced 2.16GHz model.
I was excited yesterday to report that Apple had speed-bumped the MacBook Pro notebooks to 1.83 and 2.0GHz but disappointed that they also moved my ship date back almost two weeks as a result. Did Apple just throw us a bone?
In a surprise move Apple today announced that they speed-bumped the original MacBook Pro configurations to 1.83 and 2.0GHz without notice.
The best way to prevent hearing damage from listening to your iPod too loud is to just turn it down - but that's common sense. Here are a couple of easy ways Apple could avoid lawsuits claiming that iPods can cause permanent hearing damage.
There's a hot rumor floating around that Apple is planning to release a "true video iPod" soon with a large 3.5-inch display with a virtual clickwheel that appears on screen when needed then fades away when not. All that's well and good but there's something more practical that I want: high-quality audio capture.