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Apple Maps Manager Fired

Apple has fired the manager in charge of its controversial mapping software, according to a new report.  Bloomberg said Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue recently fired Richard Williamson, who was in charge of the company’s maps software for iOS. Williamson had been with Apple since 2001...
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Device Tracking iOS

Apple got caught with its hand in the cookie jar before when privacy experts protested the use of a universal device identifier or UDID.  Apple used this information to track the online preferences of iPhone and iPad users.  Device tracking is back with iOS 6, courtesy...
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Apple Falls Short On Maps Suggests Rivals

The rare apology from Apple regarding it’s mapping service. Earlier this month Apple launched the iOS 6 and its iPhone 5.  Apple has been promising a map service of their own since they were dropping Google native support.  Now Apple has admitted to an issue and is...
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Apple iOS 6 Releases Today

Apples next major update to the iPhone mobile operating system iOS 6 is due out today.  iOS 6 supports the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 , iPhone 4S , iPhone 5.  Apples iPhone 5 will hit stores on Sept 21st.  The iOS 6 also supports the iPad...
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Apple unveils iPhone 5

The new iPhone 5 was unveiled today by Apple and will be ready to ship on September 21 with a price of $199 for 16GB $299 for 32GB $399 for 64GB Let’s take a closer look at the iPhone 5. iPhone 5 screen – The new iPhone 5...
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Mac Apps That Need Retina Support

I was listening to This Week In Tech – http://twit.tv/ and one of the issues they spoke about was the Mac Retina display and how people have issues with the display and app support.  So I decided to do some research. Every one who purchased the Next...
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Apple Releases Security Update for OSX Lion

Apple has just released an update for the Lion OS X 10.7.4 According to the release notes 10.7.4 includes fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac. This addresses the nasty bug that exposed FileVault passwords in plain text. Here’s the list of fixes...
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Apple Update Makes Lion Login Passwords In Clear Text

The latest Lion security update, Mac OS X 10.7.3, Apple has accidentally turned on a debug log file outside of the encrypted area that stores the user’s password in clear text.  An Apple programmer, apparently by accident, left a debug flag in the most recent...
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Mac Flashback Trojan Began With WordPress Blogs

The whole Apple Flashback Trojan started with compromised word press blog.  Kaspersky labs confirms this the virus was spread threw a vulnerability in java.  When clicking on the wordpress link or post executed the silent malicious code.  This is the same thing that happened at...
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Silent Install Quicktime

Download the quicktimeinstaller.exe from quicktimes site and extract the file into a folder using 7zip or winrar. Inside the extracted folder create a file called quicktime.cmd and drop these to lines into the file msiexec /i %~dp0quicktime.msi ALLUSERS=1 REGSRCH_INSTALL_ASU=0 DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS=1 ProductLanguage=1033 /qn msiexec /i %~dp0appleapplicationsupport.msi ALLUSERS=1 REGSRCH_INSTALL_ASU=0...
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