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Free apps install spyware on Macs

Mac users downloading free screensavers and a video converter app from several popular download sites also got spyware that installs a back door, collects data, and sends encrypted information to remote servers.

June 1, 2010 by

iWrapper - Professional screenshots

Select a screenshot, set parameters of a device frame in which the screenshot will be embedded. Few taps and your screenshots are beautified,...

3 days ago by Tomasz Szulc

Snow Leopard Server

Snow Leopard Server includes major updates to some of the OS's core components and is now fully 64-bit. Ease of use, plus simple and affordable licensing make OS X a viable alternative to Microsoft's Windows Server 2008, although we had problems with one or two features.

January 4, 2010 by

Instaicn

Instaicn is a quick and easy app to generate assets for your iOS, Mac Apps and Android apps. Just DROP, SELECT & GENERATE Instaicn...

December 12, 2014 by Gosal

MobileTechRoundup show #181; mobile apps, Nokia news, and Motorola Android devices

James, Kevin, and I record the show on Macs and both of them were tracking their Snow Leopard package using the Palm Pre as we started MobileTechRoundup show #181. James then asked about apps driving people to buy certain phones and we chimed in with our thoughts. Sony announced a new Reader device and one is on the way to my house. The Nokia N900 was a big news item of the week, along with the Booklet 3G. There are Motorola Android handsets being announced soon and Kevin and James will be there in person to hear the news and hopefully get some hands-on time.

August 30, 2009 by

Apple to build browser into OS X

Macworld: Apple will integrate its new open-source browser, Safari, into Mac OS X. There is also the promise of an X11 windowing system that would enable Macs run Unix and Linux apps

January 9, 2003 by

Jobs: Mac OS X available March 24

SAN FRANCISCO--Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs announced a ship date of March 24 and a price of $129 for the commercial version of Mac OS X during his Macworld Expo keynote speech here this morning. He said the next-generation OS will ship pre-loaded on all Macs starting in July and predicted an "avalanche of apps" will arrive this summer.

January 8, 2001 by

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