Apple updates

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- Mavericks released. It’s free. Customary Siracusa review link. – iWork updated. It’s free. – iOS updated. – iPad Air. – Retina MacBook Pro updated with Intel Crystalwell. Price also drops! – iPad Mini now has retina. – Mac Pro priced & final specs released. $2999. – iLife suite updated. The Verge have a pretty… Read more »

Goosing

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Apple's new OS X Mavericks packaging leaked. pic.twitter.com/elZka6cx8S — Eric Karjaluoto (@karj) October 19, 2013

10.8.1

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Resolve an issue that may cause Migration Assistant to unexpectedly quit Improve compatibility when connecting to a Microsoft Exchange server in Mail Address an issue playing audio through a Thunderbolt display Resolve an issue that could prevent iMessages from being sent Address an issue that could cause the system to become unresponsive when using Pinyin… Read more »

Tweetbot for Mac

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Looks like today is the day of days, where the best way to enjoy Twitter will come to the Mac. TapBots’ Tweetbot will come to OS X, if rumours are to be believed. Please god let it be true.

LR4

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Lightroom 4 introduces refined technology for superior shadow and highlight processing, ability to create photo books, additional local adjustment controls, and enhanced video support. “Feedback from our customers is invaluable in developing Lightroom and the real trick to a great release is to combine these insights with Adobe’s unrivalled image processing innovation,” said Winston Hendrickson,… Read more »

OS X Mountain Lion

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So, there’s that. OS X will now officially have a 12 month release cycle and Mountain Lion (10.8) will be released this summer with new features including iMessage, Game Center, Notification Center, Reminders, Notes & more. I’ll post my thoughts once I have it installed. In the meantime, you can read John Gruber’s thoughts on… Read more »

Ideas

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I’ve been using a lot of Windows and Ubuntu lately and while Ubuntu is primarily used through a VM, it still stands to point that there are a lot of things in both operating systems that are useful. While neither would ever replace OS X in terms of usability and day-to-day ease, both do things… Read more »