Apple on Thursday released Mac OS X 10.5.1 Update, its first maintenance and security update to the new Leopard operating system which is recommended for all users.
Mac OS X 10.5.1 is available as a 110MB download and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, Apple says.
This is indeed a really cool piece of news - theoretically since audio line-in works fine, one would only need to modify a dock connector to hook up a mic from a handsfree set and you'd have a ready-to-go VoIP solution (minus the software portion, although I'm guessing it would be fairly trivial to port over a simple SIP client for testing) - interesting times ahead. From the site:
Apple is taking Tiger to 11.
The company released a major update to Mac OS X 10.4 on Wednesday that delivers several improvements, fixes some bugs, and patches several security holes identified in recent months. Mac OS X 10.4.11 is immediately available through Software Update, or it can be downloaded from Apple's Web site.
The iPhone is a GameBoy -- at least for those prepared to hack the device -- as a group of hackers have just released a GameBoy Advanced emulator for Apple Inc.'s must-have device.
The emulator, gpSPhone, has been made available for download, and while the sound quality of games played through the emulator is described as a little patchy, it's still a strong indicator of what's possible.
This is a brief guide for all iphone and ipod touch hackers looking to turn your device into a truly portable and powerful hacking tool. The iPod Touch makes the perfect companion device for the security professional and can be quite handy for the quick hack when you're without your notebook/laptop. It's small and inconspicuous (basically you just look like you're listening to your tunes while you sniff the network *evil grin*) What you'll need