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Twitter for OS X is Updated and Brings more Problems

Twitter just released an update for its desktop client for OS X, Twitter for Mac , whose most striking novelty is the integration with Notification Center . But, as we have tested in our own systems, this update brings more problems than novelties coming from a company like Twitter can not be tolerated any longer continue treating OS X users as fools .

Five things Apple Needs to Improve in OS X

iOS is not the only¬†operating system that Apple needs to improve. Its¬†older brother for laptop and desktop systems,¬†OS X, is also crying out for a number of important changes¬†that do shine.¬†Some come from afar while others have become more evident with the jump to¬†Mountain Lion¬†.¬†Apple Will it give us next year a joy with¬†Lynx¬†(or whatever […]

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OS X 10.8.2 Update 2 Releases for 2012 Macs, Keychain Issues Fixed

Yesterday, we tend to Report the 2012 mac mini, Retina 13-inch MacBook Professional, and iMac were unable to update to OS X 10.8.2 when Apple force the primary update from the App Store last Fri.

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Apple Quietly Changed Some Promotional Statements About Security of OS X

Apple has decided to¬†change some phrases in the section where it promotes the safety of OS X¬†, and even a very subtle movement may imply that in Cupertino are taking very seriously the arrival of several examples of malicious code on your operating system.¬†And is that where before we could read that the Mac “does […]

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Skydrive Application Available for Windows and OS X

¬†After months of rumors about the possible arrival of a client for the desktop SkyDrive is finally available¬†download¬†for all Windows and OS X.¬†This adds to the existing iPhone and Windows Phone. There were already some official alternatives, as LiveMesh, but otherwise quite gimmicky only allowed 5GB advantage of the total quota.¬†With new customers the total […]

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SabPub: A Mac Trojan Discovers by Karpersky After Flashback

If last week was the name of¬†Flashblack¬†which resonated strongly with Apple as the¬†malware¬†more dangerous than had been found to date in a few hours will have to add a new name,¬†SabPub.¬†A Trojan found by Karpersky with two possible variants and¬†spreads (again) through Java¬†. And is that the security firm have sounded the alarm with the¬†malwareBackdoor.OSX.SabPub.a¬†(abbreviated […]

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Two New Trojans Discovered in OS X

After  Flashback, two new Trojans were discovered on Mac OS X. Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a  uses or has used it also has drawbacks Java to be installed on target machines and steal their data A variant called  OSX.SabPub  flaws Office uses to achieve the same result.

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Tweetbot Updates and Synchronization in their Applications with icloud

About two months ago Tweetbot released their iPhone version , showing that there are still ideas to surprise the user and the design of the official client is still room for improvement. Now Tapbots now two versions of Tweetbot for IOS, with the sync using icloud main new feature .

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A New Variant of Trojan on OS X (Update)

Certainly, after many long years of almost total tranquility, users of Mac OS X are now the target of increasingly frequent attacks by Trojan.¬†Intego announces¬†¬†that a new variant strain was discovered Flashback .¬†It uses two Java flaws not yet met to settle on the remote machine and send the data.¬†¬†For now, the only protection is […]

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New Features in the Ivy Bridge Chipsets

At the end of Sandy Bridge and controller Z68, Intel introduced the Smart Response. It allows you to use a small SSD as a cache system for high-capacity disk. Apple did not choose to use it, probably because it involved only a single controller. According to Our Ivy Bridge Series 7 inspectors, Intel will support […]

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Apple Officially Released New Safari 5.1.4

Recently Mozilla Released final version of Firefox 11 and¬†¬†Apple released the Safari 5.1.4 beta version. After more than one test, the 5.1.4 official version Zhongtian in today’s public release. The official version of the Safari 5.1.4 to support the OS X Lion, Snow Leopard and Windows XP/Vista/7. According to information published by the Apple’s official, […]

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New Software “Heaven” for OS X Graphical Workbenches

A performance test graphics card has been focused on OS X. This is the test “Heaven” of Unigine, a 3D engine. This is one of the few tests (excluding recent games) undermining the graphics card and tie (maybe) advantage of OpenGL 3 in Leo.

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