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Articles tagged with: OS X

Google Chrome Updates For Mac’s Lion

Google has recently updated its Chrome browser to work better with Apple’s new operating system, OS X Lion. The new version adds support for Lion’s two-fingered page-swiping feature, for those interested.

The version is dubbed 14.0.835.0 in the Chrome’s developer channel for the Mac. Something that is a little strange, is that the new version does not support Lion’s full-screen mode, which may perplex a number of individuals.

Major Security Issue In OS X Lion & Snow Leopard

According to eweek, security researchers have managed to grab passwords saved on the Mac while it is sleeping through the means of a FireWire device.

The information can easily be stolen from a locked Mac, or one that has FireVault disk encryption turned on. Considering that one could spend a thousand dollars for Passware Kit Forensic V11, it is quite scary to know that public Macs could be in jeopardy of stolen login information.

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…

Apple Releasing Mac OS X Lion On USB Drive

Apple has been planning on releasing Mac OS X Lion on a physical drive since May. And now it seems that the day is near. Apple is about to launch a USB Drive in August which would contain the new Mac OS X Lion for customers who want their Lion Operating System in a Physical Drive.

The proposed price of this USB Drive is about $69. This is almost the double price of what you would pay if you downloaded Lion from the Mac App Store.

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.

OS X Lion Arrives Tomorrow- Here’s How To Upgrade

For those of you who have been patiently waiting for OS X Lion, wait no more, the operating system will be arrive tomorrow for Mac users nationwide. But before you go crazy and install the software, there are a few precautionary measures you should take to protect your data.

First thing you want to check is to see if your Mac model was made in the middle of 2006. This is because PowerPC and single core Intel processors were fueling the macs until this time period, and OS X Lion won’t run on either.

How To Enjoy A Brand New Macbook For $500

The answer is quite simple, buy an iPad 2 and get a keyboard accessory for it. With Apple’s new Keyboard Case for the iPad, you are not only getting a protective shell to house your new computer investment, but you can also use it as a keyboard and tablet stand.

Okay, so it’s obviously not going to be an i7 powered laptop, we get that. But if you are truly in love with iOS, this might be an affordable alternative to getting a macbook, at least until your funds grow a bit.

The iPhone Mini, Starting At $200

After the many versions and models of the iPod, you couldn’t possibly ignore the possibility of an iPhone mini, could you? The iPhone mini is expected to be the perfect solution for those who want the joys of owning an Apple smartphone without being bound to a two year contract with the new device.

The new iPhone will have some serious changes, being half the size. As you can expect, its edge to edge screen is about half the size as a traditional iPhone 4 and there is no home button.

Check Facebook Through Excel-like Program At Work

If you enjoy checking up your latest Facebook updates, browsing your friends’ walls, or just goofing off here and there while you’re at work, you’re going to want to check this out. There’s now a program called Excell Book, a way to be on Facebook while making it look like you’re working (at least from a glance).

The software is designed by the apparel company, Diesel and works by useing Facebook Connect. With Excell Book open, users are able to update statuses, ‘like’ content, and even instant-message with friends through a seemingly harmless user interface.

Mac OS X Developer Preview Update, Available

Apple has recently released another software update under the name Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview. The update is suggested for all users currently running Developer Preview 4 and represents the first update to the software platform, interestingly, not referred to as Developer Preview 5.

The update will focus on bug fixes, and will include a restyled login screen, displaying the Apple logo over the linen-looking wallpaper that has previously been seen on Lion. The version of the login screen was briefly shown at WWDC 2011 when Phil Schiller logged into OS X.