Surely Apple must be running out of big cat names soon. But in the meantime check out this latest hands-on video from CNET which demos the ninth major release of OS X, Mountain Lion. Though its just a developer preview, you can see that Mountain Lion will introduces great features inspired by iPad, re-imagined for the Mac.

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FaceTime is quite the hit on iOS devices, because it allows you to perform free video calls to iOS devices and to Max OS X. However, only problem with FaceTime is that you cannot use it with your PC, but luckily, there’s an alternative for FaceTime called Nimbuzz.

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First update for OS X Lion released

On August 18, 2011, in Operating Systems, by Razvan

Apple has just launched the first update for their new OS X Lion. The update is available for download via Apple or via software update, the files being only 17.4 MB in size. This update deals with problems related to the Wi-Fi and as Apple claims the ability to connect to Wi-fi networks is greatly improved with this update.


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If you ever lose your iPhone, you can always find it by using Find my iPhone app, but what can you do if you lose your Mac? Luckily, Apple has recently enabled beta testing of a new handy feature called Find my Mac to developers.

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The much awaited OS from Apple is now available on the Mac App Store, so start downloading 4 GB of the brand new OS X Lion from the App Store.

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We have mentioned that Apple may introduce OS update as a download on App Store. Apple has announced that the new Mac OS X Lion upgrade will be available to download from the App Store in July for only $29.99.

 

 

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A recent phishing scam has targeted Mac users, which claimed their computers were infected with a virus. It redirects users to fakes websites to download Mac Defender, suggested to be an “anti-virus” software which in fact is malware. The goal is to get the user’s credit card information which may be used for fraudulent purposes. Apple officially acknowledged the issue yesterday, and posted instructions on how to remove Mac Defender malware and news on future OS X software update.

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