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Articles tagged with: macintosh

Macbook Battery Firmware Vulnerability Revealed

Hacking ain’t a new thing but hackers are those stubborn fellas who constantly search for hitting upon something like a venerability, a backdoor, a leak or something related.

Apple’s Mac OS is widely considered to be a robust piece of code persistent against viruses and virus makers.But it remains no more unexposed…

Astroclip, Capture The Cosmos With Your iPhone 4!

There are so many accessories available in the markets for iPhone 4 but Astroclip is one of its kind. This marvelous gadget lets you photograph the moon and galaxy using your iPhone.

The Astroclip was designed by designer Matthew Geyster. The Astroclip attaches to your iPhone 4 and lets you link up your iPhone 4 to a telescope.

iWork 6 And iTunes 10.4 Update

Apple’s Mac OS is an operating system line which gives users high end features assisting them in keeping up with their tech savvy lives.

Apple has updated its iTunes store to version 10.4 and iWork to version 6 to take advantage of the sizzling new features of its 8th installment of operating systems line known as “Mac OS X Lion” which packs around 250 new and amazing features including all the new “full screen support” for apps.

Your iPhone Can Be A Universal Infrared Remote Now!

And now you can use your iPhone 4, 3GS or 3G as a universal infrared remote for just about all the infrared controlled devices, a company called Mashed Pixel made that feasible. The company has pioneered a new casing called “Surc”, which the company will be displaying in CES 2011 next year.

The superior fraction to it is that you do not need to do the required annoying configuration but simple training. You can train the device by merely pressing the appropriate buttons on your real remote and the Surc automatically learns how to recreate the obligatory infrared signals.

Apple’s New Slim Beast!

As the launching of Apple’s next generation iPhone gets closer, it seems like Apple wants to close this year off with a bang!

15 million iPhone 5 units have been geared up for the first day of the launch and yet this gigantic amount may still not meet the demand.

Insiders have claimed that the iPhone 5 together is “complicated” and “difficult to assemble”.

Apple iCloud: $25 Per Year After Free Trial

According to 9to5Mac, The LA Times has reported that the iCloud will be a low-priced add on to iTunes and will cost users only $25 a year.

Before charging the fixed fee, however, the service will be offered for free to people who buy songs through Apple’s iTunes digital download store. Users will be able to upload their music to Apple’s computers and later play the tunes from a web browser or any Apple device. Apple would also sell advertising around its iCloud service.

NY Times 3.0 Allows Full Content Access On iPhone

The iPhone and iPod Touch now have the same New York Times access and additional content as the iPad version. NYTimes 3.0 as it is called, includes more than 25 different sections from the website. Some of these are well noted such as Business Day, Books, Dining & Wine, obituaries and all the blogs you’d see on the iPad version of the website. NYTimes 3.0 also supports…

Apple’s Awesome Mail App, Sparrow

Apple has designed a minimalist mail app with the intent of serving you a no-frills experience. Aside from the normal e-mail features, Sparrow has a minimalist mode which enables users to view their mail at a glance. The $9.99 app lets you plug in as many…