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[26 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Virus Out To Trick iPad Owners Running Windows | ]

It seems like Facebook isn’t the only way to scam users using the iPad as bait. Now the folks by at Bitdefender have found a virus that tries to lure iPad users. A link to the virus arrives in the scheme of an unsolicited newsletter, urging you to update your iTunes to get the “best performance, newer features and security”. When infected, your Windows PC will thereupon be open to unauthorized access (which is something that you don’t want). So whether you come across an e mail that seems to …

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[31 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on DoubleTwist Brings The Android Market To Your Mac’s Desktop | ]

DoubleTwist’s latest update should be quite useful to Mac users, as it adds to its media syncing functionality for non-Apple devices like Google’s Android. The best feature of the latest version is that you’re able to browse the Android App Store directly from your Mac’s desktop; similar to browsing Apple’s App Store on iTunes, and whether you decide that you want something, you can just snap a photo of the QR cipher on the screen, and it’ll be downloaded directly to your Android phone. Compared to having to search for …

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[16 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Western Digital My Passport SE for Mac | ]

Western Digital has the hearts and minds of Mac users worldwide with their latest My Passport SE portable USB hard drive which comes in 750GB and 1TB capacities, available through Western Digital’s online store. Compatible with the Apple duration Machine software, these USB-powered drives save you the hassle of toting around another potential adapter while you’re on the go, while 256-bit hardware encryption with password protection provides another level of shield and added peace of mind. Western Digital will price the 1TB and 750GB models at $199.99 and $179.99, respectively.
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[16 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on HP MediaSmart Server EX495 Review | ]

Although home servers can be very convenient for managing files and backups, they are still not ubiquitous in homes and small businesses. The main reasons for that: home servers can sometimes be a pain to setup and manage. They have additionally been PC-centric, which is a turn off for a growing number of Mac users. For the past couple of years, HP has been working really hard to assemble things easier, and the MediaSmart Server EX485 is a good example of that. But with the MediaSmart Server EX495, HP has …

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[11 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Razer aims to increase Mac support | ]

Gaming peripherals specialist, Razer, recently announced at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) that they will be increasing support for Mac users by issuing driver support for all upcoming Razer products, including the Razer StarCraft II peripheral suite that ought to be one hot piece of property. Well, with news like that, do you think that you might just swing by to the Mac as your next gaming platform of choice? Of course, while hardware plays a role, the quality of titles available does invent a big difference as well. [Press …

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[8 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Chatman fleshes out emoticons | ]

Emoticons have been around for quite some instance already, helping translate what would take a few words or phrases into a simple, graphical representation of what you’re feeling at that point in instance. The Chatman transforms virtual reality into an actual face, targeting PC and Mac users who spend plenty of duration on Instant Messaging (IM) programs. When connected to your computer, Chatman will inform you on how it feels whenever there is a conversation going on (an invited eavesdropper, so to speak), and plays nice with all major IM …

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[4 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on GoToMyPC Now Can Take You To Your Mac | ]

Remotely controlling your computer has always been an amazing thing to be able to do, and now it seems that Mac users who want to use GoToMyPC on their Mac can do so in confidence, now that GoToMyPC has been officially launched for Mac, taking it out of beta. With that in place, you can access you PC from a Mac, or vice verse. In case you were wondering, they won’t be calling the Mac version “GoToMyMac”.
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