Apple Gazette Daily 252 – A flurry of news!

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Reader Poll: Help me pick a new Apple Gazette logo!

The redesign of Apple Gazette is almost complete. One thing that I think needs to be updated in the design is our logo. I love the text and font used (although I don’t know the name of it), but it’s probably not a good idea to be using Apple’s official logo in the official site Read more…

Apple updates “Software Update” tool

Apple made waves a few weeks ago when Safari started popping up in the Windows version of Apple Software Updater, even if you hadn’t previously installed it. The primary problems in complaints online were that the software appeared in the updates like an update, and that it was automatically checked, which caused some “less observant” Read more…

Safari Hack exploit was public for almost a full year

Last month a Macbook Air was hacked very quickly…you may have heard of it. Well, it turns out that the “zero-day” exploit in Apple’s Safari browser was actually found in the open-source software library called Perl Compatible REgular Expressions or PCRE, which is used by many products including Safari, Apache, and more. Security researcher Chris Read more…

Apple releases final Aperture SDK

The final version of the Aperture SDK has been released by Apple. The professional photo app’s Software Developer’s Kit allows developers to create custom plug-ins for Aperture 2.1, which was the first version of the Aperture software to introduce an open architecture for the application. There are already a handful of plug-ins available for Aperture, Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 251 – Apple Weekend News Round-Up

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Want your iPod Nano to look like Raw Meat? No Problem!

Now I know there are at least a few of you out there that have been dying to have your iPod Nano look like raw meat. I mean, who wouldn’t? Imagine the kitchen-based prankery that could ensue if you had an iPod Nano that looked like meat! You cut put it into a steak cut Read more…

Apple offering Photo Book discounts for Mother’s Day

If you’re perfect Mother’s Day gift involves a nicely printed photo book filled with family memories, then you may want to fire up iPhoto or Aperture and get to work. Apple is offering a 20% discount on all photo book purchases between now and May 11, 2008. All you have to do is enter the Read more…

Apple Second Quarter Results Conference Call this Wednesday

Apple will have its Second Quarter results conference call this Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 2:00 p.m. PDT/5:00 p.m. EDT. Apple will, as always provide a live audio stream of the call which you will be able to access here. Before the actual call, Apple will release the numbers via a press release, but it is Read more…

UPDATED: PayPal may ban Safari if security isn’t beefed up

PayPal is reportedly stepping up security measures to prevent phishing scams, and that new security may just kick Safari users to the curb. Chief Information Security Officer, Michael Barrett, posted a new policy last week that outlined his plans to put an end to phishing scams which includes blocking fraudulent e-mails, criminal charges against phishers, Read more…