All of us have Adobe’s Flash software installed, as it is part of the default MacOS X installation. Flash is the software your computer uses to view videos on YouTube and is what’s used to power many web applications. Adobe Air is a platform for developing rich internet applications. Adobe recently posted a security bulletin […]

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The white MacBook has been a staple of the Apple notebook line for about four years now. Today, Apple gave it a facelift—it now boasts a curved, polycarbonate unibody enclosure. Fortunately, the updated white MacBook has new features under the hood as well. Along with the new enclosure and non-slip rubberized bottom (much like the […]

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Apple’s new aluminum remote matches their aluminum iMac line, naturally. Still $19.99, the remote features the same four directional buttons along with the menu and play/pause buttons. Apple has shifted the placement of these buttons slightly, but other than that, it’s the same simple sleek remote you know and love—oh, and of course, in a […]

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Apple unveiled the successor to their Apple Mouse (née Mighty Mouse) today: the Magic Mouse. In keeping with Apple’s Multi-Touch technology on their notebook trackpads and iPhone/iPod touch screens, the new mouse does more than your average mouse. In addition to the standard right/left click, you can use one finger to scroll across the surface, […]

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Apple sent out a note to iWork.com beta users today about some new features and improvements they’ve made to the iWork.com service. From Apple: Automatic email notification. Now the iWork.com beta lets you stay up to date whenever viewers add new comments or notes to your posted documents. You can choose to be notified immediately, […]

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As soon as the new iPhone/iPod touch software was released on Wednesday, I downloaded and installed it on both my iPhone 3G and iPod touch 1G. I am glad to report that it was a fast and flawless experience. The upgrade for the iPhone is free, while the upgrade for the iPod touch costs $9.95. […]

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As of 1PM ET today, Apple’s long-awaited iPhone 3.0 OS is now available from the iTunes Store! To download the update, plug your iPhone or iPod touch into your computer, and click “Check for Update” in iTunes. The update is free for iPhone users and $9.95 for iPod touch users. For more on what iPhone […]

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Wired Magazine’s Epicenter blog posted a link to Steve Lambert’s new and aptly named “SelfControl” application. bq.SelfControl is an OS X application which blocks access to incoming and/or outgoing mail servers and websites for a predetermined period of time. For example, you could block access to your email, facebook, and twitter for 90 minutes, but […]

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