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  1. mkpenczkowski

    Slow Mac

    Hi, I recently bought a new Mac because my old one was stolen. My old one ran fine and did not have any problems, but the new one is very very slow. Its all the time not just when I first start it and popups come up a lot too.
  2. but it's NOT made by Apple! http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/01/08/ik_mulitimedia_iring_gets_hand_in_first_for_ios_motion_control/ You can be certain if Apple made the ring it would cost at least £100. Also I wonder how long it will be before Apple try to get them to change the name. Lets hope that they can be used with non Apple products as it sounds like a really funky gadget.
  3. Guest

    Gatekeeper override

    I just found out that I can override (on a given application, not changing settings to everything in regard to the Gatekeeper settings. I didn't realize we could do that. I thought it was just the three choices. Period. Nice to know you don't actually have to change it to everything! Thanks go to Genex17 at BleepingComputer!
  4. Guest

    WWDC 2013

    WWDC 2013 Starts at: 10AM PT, 1PM ET today - June 10, 2013 Keynote will be streamed at apple.com Live From Apple’s WWDC 2013 Keynote - TechCrunch
  5. Apple unveils new and interactive Mac Pro site - TUAW Yep, you read that right ... Mac Pro site
  6. Reports surface on issues with recent iOS 6.0.2 update for iPhone 5 and iPad mini - ZDNet
  7. iTunes Store unavailable 10:36AM ET December 5, 2012 Anyone else experiencing this? I tried to get an update from the iTunes Store both through iTunes and through my iPhone 4S and it says to try later that the iTunes Store is unavailable. Weird. It happened twice as well just since the move to iTunes 11. This is not in Windows which is listed here. This is on Mac OS X 10.7.5 and iOS 6.0.1.
  8. New 'Dockster' malware targets Apple computers - Computerworld Dockster Mac malware found on Dalai Lama-related website - Sophos - NakedSecurity
  9. From @Macworld article. I knew that newest Mac Mini would be killer! Want one!
  10. http://blogs.compute...nterface-design Jony Ive, the guy who has designed most of the Apple hardware since the iMac (actually before that, to the Newton even), will be in charge of "human interface" while the iOS development will go to the same guy who leads OS X (I'm not sure if he was promoted to OS X at the same time, or has been in charge of it and they're just adding iOS to it). Forstall was forced out after being the public face for the Maps debacle in iOS 6, and the Siri...disappointment, I guess. From the article, and I've seen it in a few other places too, the final straw was
  11. Let me say this right at the start. This is a purely personal evaluation of the merits of the Apple and Android technosystems, what they offer and how they meet my needs. I'm not attempting to fan the flames of the larger Apple/Android conflict among users. Each environment has its advantages and disadvantages. I believe the only meaningful method for determining which is best for us is to examine our particular needs and experiment to find out which system provides us the best user experience. My time online is pretty evenly split between content creation and consumption. While
  12. Neil P

    iPhone 5

    On Tuesday, 12 September, Apple is holding an event. It is very widely speculated (and almost certain) that the iPhone 5 will be announced at the event. It's not clear if they'll call it "iPhone 5" or "the new iPhone" (as they did with the latest iPad), but the invitation has a "5" in the shadow. Gizmodo has a roundup of all of the rumors so far: http://gizmodo.com/5...up?tag=iphone-5 The screen is supposedly 4 inches (the old phones have a 3.5in display) at 16:9 ratio. And using a thinner (and more magic) display that will enable less power usage. The biggest change to me seems to
  13. [http://www.apple.com/ios/ios6/ The biggest new feature, in my opinion (and I guess Apple's, because they lead with it), is Maps. In iOS6, Google Maps is out and in its place is a new in-house Map application. Maybe the most useful feature of Maps will be turn-by-turn directions, which feature live traffic (and re-routing based on traffic conditions) and (I believe) Siri control. Which is actually the next thing featured, Siri: Gone is the restriction to open apps, which I thought was weird. Just like iOS5 added Twitter support, iOS6 will add Facebook support: Photo Stre
  14. Apple offers free Snow Leopard to help migrate MobileMe users to iCloud - Arstechnica
  15. New, sneakier Flashback malware infects Macs Computerworld More at the 2 page article at Computerworld above. I did a follow up article about this on my FransComputerServices Blog here with some alternatives to heavy handed antivirus programs with real time scanning. At least at this time with Macs.
  16. What Amazon's ebook strategy means - antipope.org By Charlie Stross Very interesting article.
  17. Lessons for IT, Apple in Flashback brouhaha - Computerworld It's clear that OS X is now a target of malware purveyors By Ryan Faas April 16, 2012 06:54 AM ET Excellent and well rounded article by Ryan Faas. He doesn't pull any punches which is I think a good thing. This type of article is very important if Apple is to grow up in this malware infested world we live in. They need to be open, honest, and quick to respond. ALWAYS! This is the type of scrutiny Microsoft had to endure when it was being foolish about malware in the beginning as well.
  18. Guest

    Mac Antivirus software

    Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac Home Edition - Free antivirus that works simply and beautifully That's one free one, and of course there is the Free VirusBarrier (non realtime scanning) available in the Mac AppStore as well as the full blown VirusBarrier for what is it $69? And there is the ClamXav for free as well (also non realtime scanning. I would have listed Symantec but I am seeing too many issues with Lion and Snow Leopard right now. Any others?
  19. Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher to cover Apple from 1971 to 2000, filming starts next month - The Verge
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