Safari for Windows 3.1.2 released – fixed 4 security flaws

Apple has released an updated for Safari on Windows. This newest release, version 3.1.2, includes “stability improvements”, and security updates. The update fixes a WebKit bug where a malicious JavaScript could crash the browser, an “information disclosure” involving BMP and GIF files, and two other fixes that address problems with code execution when files are […]

02 helps Apple UK prep for iPhone launch day

O2 will be selling pre-paid iPhones at Apple Stores as well as Carphone Warehouse, and its own retail locations when the iPhone launches in the UK on July 11th. iPhones will also be sold at branded concession stands in locations like Superdrug as well according to MacNN. The pre-paid pricing for the phone is expected […]

Pic Lens – 3D Image Search for your browser

Pic Lens is an interesting piece of software that I just discovered yesterday (thanks, Drew). The plugin transforms image and video searching on your desktop to a very interesting full screen experience. It works on both Mac and Windows, and there are versions for IE, Firefox and Safari. The Firefox version on the Mac is […]

iTunes Store sells 50,000 movie rentals/purchases a day

Apple issued a press release this morning announcing that the 5 billionth song has been sold in iTunes. The press release went on to say that iTunes customers are renting and/or purchasing over 50,000 movies every day, making iTunes the world’s most popular movie store. The movie information in particular is interesting. 50,000 rentals/purchases a […]

OT – Blogging and Social Networking Updates

Just an update for those of you interested, I wanted to let you know about a new blog I’m writing on, and give you updated access to various social networking and social news sites. The new blog I’m working on is TravelBrook.com – it’s the newest addition to the Bloggy Network blog family, and I’m […]

Interview: Josh Koppel from ScrollMotion

So you have an idea for a iPhone application. You know its absolute genius, and you can’t wait to release it on the world…there’s just one problem…you don’t know even the most basic elements of coding, and have absolutely no hope of ever building it yourself. What do you do? Well, you could take a […]

YouTube Find: New Online “Get a Mac” Ad

You may have seen the latest “Get a Mac” ad on sites like the Wallstreet Journal and The Onion recently, but just in case you’ve missed it, here it is in YouTube form… Again with the Vista bashing…but that’s getting pretty standard in these ads. I have to say, bashing aside, this one is worth […]