Electronic Arts subsidiary Maxis has released Update 10 for SimCity, and it finally allows players to build and run their cities in an offline mode. Yes, it’s true, you can now enjoy the game without needing to be connected to the Internet! (And they said it was impossible!)
Apple has seeded a new version of OS X 10.9.3 to employees, as well as a new iTunes 11.1.6 beta. The OS X 10.9.3 build is available to Apple employees, and looks to be the same as the build recently seeded to developers. The iTunes beta does, however, contain some changes that will interest a large number of users.
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This year’s annual PWN2OWN hackfest saw a team of Chinese vulnerability and exploit developers take down Apple’s Safari web browser on OS X by exploiting a WebKit flaw, and circumvent Apple’s sandbox via an OS X system-level vulnerability.
Apple has seeded the second beta of OS X 10.9.2 to developers. They’re asking developers to concentrate on graphics drivers and audio. The second beta comes exactly one week after the first beta release.
Downloads appearing on the web that claim to be cracked versions of popular Mac applications such as Pixelmator and Delicious Library in reality contain a Bitcoin stealing trojan. The OSX/CoinThief.A malware was discovered in popular Bitcoin software earlier this month by SecureMac.
If you own a Mac that still runs OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, this is probably a good time to start thinking about updating it to a later version, as it appears Apple is finished supporting the four-and-a-half-year-old operating system.
Apple has just released OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 to Mac users. The update includes numerous enhancements and fixes for OS X, however the release notes do not make mention of the SSL security bug reported on earlier this week.