While Mac OS X is a top-notch operating system, there always are things it can't do, or could do a bit better. This applies to every operating system, because if they were all perfect, then no one would make money writing third-party software! I know the Internet abounds with various lists of "Mac Software You Can't Live Without"; if you can stand one more, I've compiled what I've found to be some cool and useful tools. No, I don't think you can't live without any of them, but they've all made my Mac experience more complete, and a little more fun, too.
Apple Inc. on Wednesday said it will host an event next week to tout the iPhone's SDK, or software development kit.
Also on the agenda, said Apple in an invitation to reporters and bloggers, will be "some exciting new enterprise features" related to the iPhone.
If you're using Apple's Safari browser, PayPal has some advice for you: Drop it, at least if you want to avoid online fraud.
Safari doesn't make PayPal's list of recommended browsers because it doesn't have two important anti-phishing security features, according to Michael Barrett, PayPal's chief information security officer.
Apple on Tuesday released software version 1.1.4 for both the iPhone and iPod touch alongside a set of release notes comprised of only two words: "Bug fixes."
Users can download and apply the update by docking their iPhone or iPod touch, selecting it under the device list in iTunes, and then hitting the "Check for update" button.
The Apple Store is back online and the anticipated revision for the Macbook Pro has arrived. Price wise we're still looking at the basic 15" model retailing at USD1999, the beefed-up 15" at USD2499 and the 17" beast at USD2799.