Mark Papermaster to Officially join Apple on April 24th

Mark Papermaster to Officially join Apple on April 24th
Apple announced today that Mark Papermaster (know the world over for his mastery of paper products) will be joining Apple as the Senior Vice President of Devices Hardware Engineering on April 24th. Mark will apparently be reporting to Steve Jobs on his first day. Papermaster comes to Apple from IBM, and will lead the iPod Read more…

I Use My iPhone More for Twitter than for Phone Calls

I Use My iPhone More for Twitter than for Phone Calls
I’ve noticed something over the time that I’ve been the owner of an iPhone. I don’t actually use the phone part except when I have to. I don’t like making phone calls…in fact, I don’t care for the entire phone call making process. Maybe it’s just because I write so much. I prefer it, and Read more…

Apple Releases Two New iPhone Ads

Apple Releases Two New iPhone Ads
Apple has posted 2 new iPhone ads to their official site. The first, entitled “Read” focuses on the different ways you can use the iPhone as a reading device. It features the popular reading App “Classics” which is one of many ways you can read public domain books that should be free, on your iPhone Read more…

Apple Issues Nvidia Graphics Cards Update

Yesterday afternoon Apple released a software update called Nvidia Graphics Update 2009. The update is designed to improve cursor movement when using Apple’s Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter with the most recent MacBook Air, MacBook, and MacBook Pro. The update is available via OS X’s Software Update feature. Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 416 – Trojans, iLife ’09 and More!

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Trojans hide in Pirated Mac Software

Trojans hide in Pirated Mac Software
Reports cropped up all over the web in the last few days that pirated copies of popular Apple software could “contain a Trojan horse that hijacks Macs, and leaves them open to further attacks.” First the software in question was iWork ’09, but now further reports are appearing that suggest pirated copies of Adobe Photoshop Read more…

The Web celebrates 25 years of Macintosh

The Web celebrates 25 years of Macintosh
With the 25th Anniversary of the Macintosh upon us, it comes as no surprise that the web is celebrating the milestone with retrospectives on Apple. Over the weekend many sites posted interesting looks back at the history of Apple. Time Magazine posted their Top 10 Apple moments. Read Write Web posted “Mac: 25 Years in Read more…

iLife ’09 Ships Tomorrow

iLife '09 Ships Tomorrow
Apple issued a press release this morning announcing that iLife ’09 would begin shipping on Tuesday, January 27th, 2009. The software package represents a major upgrade to Apple’s premiere suite of “life” applications including iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb, and Garageband. The updated iLife suite was a major focus of this year’s Keynote at Macworld, and Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 415 – A random spattering of news

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Boxee adds ABC to streaming Line-up

Boxee adds ABC to streaming Line-up
Boxee, the media streaming software for Mac and Linux (with a Windows version planned for the near future), has added ABC to its list of streaming channels. The software, which can be installed on an AppleTV, allows you to stream online networks, and even Hulu movies and other features, directly to your television, and with Read more…