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Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers

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Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers 8 Feb 2012 – Singapore It all started innocently enough. I was thinking of implementing a Path Mac OS X app as part of our regularly scheduled hackathon. Using the awesome mitmproxy tool which was featured on the front page...
Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers

Retina MacBook Pro Arriving with Up to 16 GB RAM and 768 GB SSD

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9to5Mac has now published specs on the Retina-display 15-inch MacBook Pro models that are apparently arriving alongside updated versions of the existing form factor. Notably, the new machines include options ranging up to 16 GB of RAM and 768 GB of solid-state storage.MC975LL/A – MBP 15.4/2.3/8GB/256GB FLASH-USA MC976LL/A –...
Retina MacBook Pro Arriving with Up to 16 GB RAM and 768 GB SSD

Hands on with Apple's new OS X: Mountain Lion

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Just a year after it released Mac OS X Lion, Apple plans to roll out a new version of its Mac operation system -- Mountain Lion -- which will once again draw on many iOS features. We've got a preview of what Apple has planned for Mountain Lion, which...
Hands on with Apple's new OS X: Mountain Lion

★ Mountain Lion

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“We’re starting to do some things differently,” Phil Schiller said to me. We were sitting in a comfortable hotel suite in Manhattan just over a week ago. I’d been summoned a few days earlier by Apple PR with the offer of a private “product briefing”. I had no idea heading...
★ Mountain Lion

'iPad Mini' Media Event Also Streaming via Apple's Website

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Earlier today, a new "Apple Events" channel appeared on the Apple TV revealing that the company will be offering live video streaming of today's media event. At the time, it was unclear whether Apple would also be offering a stream through its website, but the company has now updated its...
'iPad Mini' Media Event Also Streaming via Apple's Website

Apple unveils Mac OS X 10.8 ‘Mountain Lion’ as iOS continues its push to the desktop

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Apple has today announced the successor to its popular Mac OS Lion operating system, unveiling Mountain Lion, the ninth major release of its desktop platform which will bring more of its iOS features to the desktop. Gone are traditional messaging apps like iChat, in comes Messages, Notes, Reminders and even...
Apple unveils Mac OS X 10.8 ‘Mountain Lion’ as iOS continues its push to the desktop
Apple unveils Mountain Lion Preview: iOS-ification of OS X continues with Messages, AirPlay Mirroring, Notification Center, Game Center, Twitter and more
Apple closes a trojan loophole after 550,000 Macs are infected

Apple unveils Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion coming this summer with 100+ new features

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Apple on Thursday announced Mac OS X 10.8, dubbed "Mountain Lion," the next major release of its Mac operating system, set to launch on the Mac App Store this summer, with a preview now available for Mac developers....
Apple unveils Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion coming this summer with 100+ new features

MacBook Air Upgrades Said to Include Up to 8 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD

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9to5Mac reports that it has received information on the MacBook Air upgrades to be announced today, with each of the 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch sizes arriving in two standard configurations with a third customizable high-end configuration also heading into stock at some retailers. According to the report, the initial model descriptions...
MacBook Air Upgrades Said to Include Up to 8 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD

Messages Beta now available for Mac OS X Lion

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If you've read our OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion preview you know that the new Messages app is one of the spiciest new additions to the OS. And, good news for you, you can try it out right now -- if you've made the jump to 10.7 Lion, that...
Messages Beta now available for Mac OS X Lion
For social sharing, Apple turns to Twitter again

Popular ‘Path’ app revealed to secretly upload all iPhone contacts to its servers [updated]

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Path, the popular social network that competes with the likes of Instagram, may be uploading your iPhone’s entire address book up to its servers. Arun Thampi from mclov.in noticed the Path app’s steal data dump while trying to create a Mac OS X application for the social network during a...
Popular ‘Path’ app revealed to secretly upload all iPhone contacts to its servers [updated]

Apple Back to School Promo Starts Tomorrow with iTunes Gift Cards: $100 for Macs, $50 for iPad

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MacRumors has learned that Apple will be launching its annual Back to School promotion in the United States and a likely a number of other countries. As in previous years, Apple will be offering iTunes Store gift cards to educational customers purchasing qualifying products. The major new addition to the...
Apple Back to School Promo Starts Tomorrow with iTunes Gift Cards: $100 for Macs, $50 for iPad

WWDC 2012 Keynote Live Coverage Details

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With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) set to kick off in San Francisco with a highly-anticipated keynote at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, it's time for us to set the stage with final details on the latest rumors and coverage information. Covered banner outside keynote hall (Source: @saschasegan) Coverage MacRumors will...
WWDC 2012 Keynote Live Coverage Details

Apple intern's thesis leaks secret project to port Mac OS X to ARM processors

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An academic paper written by a former Apple intern who now serves as a Core OS engineer at the company has revealed that it was working on a secret experiment to port Mac OS X Snow Leopard to the ARM architecture....
Apple intern's thesis leaks secret project to port Mac OS X to ARM processors
MacBook Pro 13-inch spec sheet leaks showing USB 3.0, 1280 x 800 resolution, and Ivy Bridge?
OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion: the Ars Technica review

Apple Television Set to Include Motion Sensing Control and Touchscreen Remote?

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While Apple is not expected to reveal its long-rumored television set product that has been the subject of increasing rumors at today's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White has published a new research note addressing some of his expectations for the device based on a recent...
Apple Television Set to Include Motion Sensing Control and Touchscreen Remote?

Full Video of Tim Cook's D10 Interview Now Available

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Just hours before Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the stage to kick off the keynote at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference, AllThingsD has posted the full video of his interview at last month's D10 conference. MacRumors was on hand for the event to offer a rough...
Full Video of Tim Cook's D10 Interview Now Available

Meet Mountain Lion: The Latest Mac OS

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Apple today took the wraps off a preview version of the next version of its Mac operating system software. Its name is Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and it will be available this summer. Among the headline features are deep integration with Apple’s iCloud service, and with Twitter. And...
Meet Mountain Lion: The Latest Mac OS

Flashback trojan reportedly controls half a million Macs and counting

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Variations of the Flashback trojan have reportedly infected more than half a million Macs around the globe, according to Russian antivirus company Dr. Web. The company made an announcement on Wednesday—first in Russian and later in English—about the growing Mac botnet, first claiming 550,000 infected Macs. Later in the...
Flashback trojan reportedly controls half a million Macs and counting

Apple Adds High-DPI Versions of Pointers in OS X 10.7.3

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Screenshot from FingerThingsIn.com DaringFireball notes several changes in some of the icons found in OS X 10.7.3. Several of our readers had also noticed the small changes in pointer icons in the latest version. It seems the changes run a bit deeper than on first glance. The new icons...
Apple Adds High-DPI Versions of Pointers in OS X 10.7.3

Path iOS app uploads your entire address book to its servers

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When developer Arun Thampi started looking for a way to port photo and journaling software Path to Mac OS X, he noticed some curious data being sent from the Path iPhone app to the company's servers. Looking closer, he realized that the app was actually collecting his entire address...
Path iOS app uploads your entire address book to its servers
Bitcasa’s ‘infinite’ cloud storage wins $7M from Pelion, Horizons, others
Apple posts Messages Beta for the Mac on the heels of Mountain Lion announcement

Mac botnet grows to 600,000, 274 of them in Cupertino

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Russian security firm Dr Web warns that at least 600,000 Macs are infected and part of a growing botnet, further disputing the notion that Mac OS X is free of malware. 76% of these Macs are located in the US and Canada, with another 13% in the UK.Possibly more embarrassing for Apple...
Mac botnet grows to 600,000, 274 of them in Cupertino

Surveillance spyware migrates from Windows to Mac OS X

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Researchers have uncovered a malware-based espionage campaign that subjects Mac users to the same techniques that have been used for years to surreptitiously siphon confidential data out of Windows machines. The recently discovered campaign targets Mac-using employees of several pro-Tibetan non-governmental organizations and employs attacks exploiting already patched vulnerabilities...
Surveillance spyware migrates from Windows to Mac OS X

High-res UI elements in OS X 10.7.3 renew buzz about "retina" display MacBooks

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There's renewed buzz about support for "retina" displays on Apple's portable Macs thanks to higher-resolution cursor images showing up in Mac OS X 10.7.3. Noticed by a handful of Mac developers, there are new UI images for things like the Safari finger, the Mail gripping hand, and one of...
High-res UI elements in OS X 10.7.3 renew buzz about "retina" display MacBooks

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin review

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With roughly 98 percent of the desktop and laptop market spoken for, you'd be forgiven for thinking your only choices for powering your computer were Windows or Mac OS X. There is another way, though. Linux may only run on a tiny sliver of consumer PCs, but the number...
Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin review
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