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MacTrast News Digest – February 10, 2014

Posted on 10/02/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Today’s MacTrast News Digest includes Flappy Bird, Apple TV celebrating The Beatles, why you should never ask Siri to read you your text messages with your wife in the car, a new OSX trojan that’s after your (bit)coin, and really good evidence that a new version of the Apple TV is on its way. (YAY!) All this, and more in the MacTrast News Digest for February 10, 2014.

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Apple Releases OS X Server 3.0.2 Update

Posted on 09/01/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Apple has released an update for OS X Server, bringing it up to version 3.0.2. Server v3.0.2 improves the general stability of OS X Server, and fixes issues with upgrade and migration, profile manager, and Xcode services.

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Review: iGreetingCard Deluxe – Create Stunning Greeting Cards on Your Mac

Posted on 27/12/2013 by Chris Hauk

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Sure, it’s really easy to just go out to a Hallmark store and buy greeting cards. But what if you wanted to give your loved ones something a little more personalized? Too much trouble you say? Meet iGreetingCard Deluxe, the easy to to use Mac app that helps you create your own personalized photo greeting cards.

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iBook of the Week: A Charlie Brown Christmas

Posted on 24/12/2013 by Chris Hauk

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This week’s free iBook of the Week couldn’t be more fitting. The iBookstore is offering “A Charlie Brown Christmas” as their free book of the week. The ebook edition is a faithful retelling of the annual Christmas television classic.

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OpenEmu 1.0 Console Emulator Now Available for OS X

Posted on 23/12/2013 by Chris Hauk

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OpenEmu 1.0, the open source project designed to bring game emulation to the Mac, has officially launched. The emulator, launched after a lengthy beta, was designed from the ground up for OS X.

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Google Launches Chrome Apps for Any Mac Running Chrome

Posted on 11/12/2013 by Chris Hauk

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Google has announced that their desktop Chrome Apps are now available for Macs that are running the Chrome browser. These apps run separately from the Chrome browser, and can run locally with no internet connection.

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