Archive for July, 2011

Apple Passes Nokia to become World’s Largest Smartphone Maker

Apple Passes Nokia to become World’s Largest Smartphone Maker

. July 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

Apple bursts past Nokia to become world’s largest smartphone maker, reports, Josh Ong writing on AppleInsider. “Just four years after releasing the iPhone, Apple has managed to pass Nokia and fend off a challenge from Samsung in the second quarter on its way to a new milestone as the world’s No. 1 smartphone maker in […]

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HDR Darkroom Pro for Mac

HDR Darkroom Pro for Mac

. July 28, 2011 . 0 Comments

HDR Darkroom Pro by Everimaging Ltd is an all-in-one High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographic application designed to help you rapidly and easily produce great photographic images. HDR Pro Darkroom will align the images, and produce a tone-mapped image that will almost always be more pleasing to the eye than a single image with standard exposure. […]

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Apple Re-releases Snow Leopard Update

Apple Re-releases Snow Leopard Update

. July 26, 2011 . 0 Comments

Apple released a new Mac OS 10.6.8 software update for Snow Leopard to address the problems caused by an earlier update. writes Fahmida Y. Rashid on Eweek. “Less than a week after Apple released the new Mac OS X Lion, it released a software update to resolve certain issues introduced by an earlier update as […]

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Apple’s New Mac Server Strategy

Apple’s New Mac Server Strategy

. July 23, 2011 . 0 Comments

Mac OS X Lion Server represents a shift toward supporting fleets of iPhones and iPads on business networks writes Tom Yager on Infoworld. “The first app made for Lion to hit the App Store is a real eye-opener: Mac OS X Lion Server, costing $49, a tiny fraction of Snow Leopard Server’s $499 price tag. […]

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Thursby Software Releases OS X Lion Upgrades for ADmitMac v6 and DAVE v9

Thursby Software Releases OS X Lion Upgrades for ADmitMac v6 and DAVE v9

. July 22, 2011 . 0 Comments

Thursby Software Systems, Inc., has released OS X Lion upgrades to its market leading enterprise Mac-Windows integration software, ADmitMac v6 and DAVE v9. The upgrades extend enterprise Mac-Windows management and security integration to the OS X 10.7 Lion platform, with Microsoft Active Directory and Group Policies, as well as commercial grade file and print sharing […]

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Apple to Sell Mac OS X Lion on USB Thumb Drive

Apple to Sell Mac OS X Lion on USB Thumb Drive

. July 21, 2011 . 0 Comments

Apple Insider reports, “Mac OS X Lion will be available on USB thumb drive for $69 in August” Apple Insider is saying that the USB OS X upgrade “later this August” will come at the cost of $69.99, or more than double the amount of downloading through the app store. The thumb drive will be […]

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Installing Front Row on OSX Lion

Installing Front Row on OSX Lion

. July 21, 2011 . 0 Comments

Ralph Perdomo reports that he has ported OS X Front Row to Lion by moving several frameworks and the application itself from his Snow Leopard install and has provided an optional installer for anyone who didn’t keep a Snow Leopard install around. “Since its introduction in OS X Tiger, I have been using Front Row […]

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