A new browser based cross-platform malware can give hackers remote access to your computer, be it a OS X, Windows, or Linux based computer.
OS X News
Following the recent release of the OS X Mountain Lion Golden Master to developers, Apple has now officially clarified which Macs do and do not support the upcoming operating system.
Following yesterday’s release of the OS X Mountain Lion Golden Master, Apple has begun accepting OS X Mountain Lion apps into the Mac App Store, including cross platform Game Center games that work with both Mountain Lion and iOS!
Apple has just released the OS X Mountain Lion Golden Master (GM) seed to developers. The GM represents the final version of OS X Mountain Lion that will be released through the Mac App Store later this month.
If your Mac doesn’t meet the minimum recommended system specifications for OS X Mountain Lion, the App Store may not let you download it.
One of Apple’s big announcements at this years WWDC keynote was an all-new mapping system for iOS 6. Interestingly, according to new references found in iOS 6, Apple’s new maps may be headed for the Mac as well!
Unless you have a mid-2011 or newer iMac, Mac mini, MacBook Air, or early-2011 or newer MacBook Pro, you may not be able to enjoy AirPlay Mirroring with your second generation or newer Apple TV when OS X Mountain Lion is released.
9to5Mac reports that VideoLAN has released update 2.0.2 of VLC, their popular media player, and the list of updates is as tall enough to ride Space Mountain all by itself. The headlining feature will bring a smile to the face of Retina Display MacBook Pro owners.
Following significant OS X malware concerns in the past, such as the massive recent Flashback trojan episode, a new piece of OS X malware has been spotted in the wild by Kaspersky Labs.
Optical discs are swiftly becoming an endangered species, but many folks still have install DVDS for software they’ve purchased. Here’s how you can create disk images and back up those discs for later use using Disk Utility!
MacRumors points out something very interesting that seems to hint at a July 22nd release for the next version of OS X: A vacation blackout for all Apple employees during the last week of July!
Apple has released driver updates for OS X. The updates are specifically for printers from Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Infotec, Gestenter, Ricoh, Savin, Lanier, InfoPrint, and NRG.
Apple released an update to the OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Preview 4 yesterday afternoon. The system will now do daily checks for security updates and will install them automatically or upon restarting your Mac.
Apple released an update on Tuesday that adds RAW compatibility to Aperture 3 and iPhoto 11 for three Canon cameras and one Sony model.
Apple has quietly removed a statement from its website claiming that its OS X operating system isn’t vulnerable to viruses.
Philips Speech Processing has announced their new dictation and transcription software for OS X. Starting this month, the app will be available on all SpeechExec DVDs, which ships with all Digital Pocket Memo packages.