Russian Hacker Creates New Exploit – Allows Free Mac In-App Purchases

Russian Hacker Creates New Exploit – Allows Free Mac In-App Purchases

A Russian hacker recently gained a lot of fame and notoriety when it was discovered that he was able to create an exploit which allowed free in-app purchases for iOS users. The hacker’s name is Alexei Borodin. Borodin’s exploits don’t end there. He is back in the news with a new exploit which allows Mac users to perform similar free in-app purchases when using Mac apps.

By On July 22, 2012 Respond
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Turn Your Mac Into A Bluetooth Keyboard For iPhone

Turn Your Mac Into A Bluetooth Keyboard For iPhone

Not all the people do have a spare Bluetooth keyboard to connect to an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch with. So it’s better for them to use a Mac. Surely, this is an app. The app works by pairing a Mac to the iOS device. It also works with Androids. Technically speaking, the Mac performs as a Bluetooth keyboard. You just need to type in the Mac app and it appears in iOS. This can be simply called ‘the technology speaks.’

By On March 13, 2012 Respond
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‘Cut The Rope’ By ZeptoLab Introduced To Mac App Store

‘Cut The Rope’ By ZeptoLab Introduced To Mac App Store

If you think Angry Birds was the only hit-game with smartphone users, think again. If you are a smartphone user, you most probably would have played the popular game ‘Cut the rope.’ It’s basically a physics-based puzzler which is very engaging and has hooked millions of smartphone users. The good news for Mac users is that the game has now landed on Mac App Store with many enhanced features and more stunning graphics.

By On February 24, 2012 Respond
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How To Install Beta Apps And Provisioning Profiles Through Mac App Store

How To Install Beta Apps And Provisioning Profiles Through Mac App Store

You can access most of the available apps for Mac through the Mac App Store beta. This lets you install all such apps on your Mac which have a Mac version. You can also install a beta app on your Mac with the help of Mac App Store. Not sure how to do it? Let us guide you step by step to installing a beta app on your Mac. It is as easy as installing one on your iPad or iPhone.

By On February 5, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Office To Arrive Soon On iPad And Mac App Store

Microsoft Office To Arrive Soon On iPad And Mac App Store

Microsoft has no tablet presence on the market and certainly won’t for some time to come, therefore in order to make available Office to the host of tablet users it must strike a deal. And the partner who benefits might as well be the Apple and its iPad. Microsoft hasn’t said anything official about it, but since it has been struggling on the market, a partnership with Apple who holds 80% of the tablet market might make perfect sense.

By On December 16, 2011 Respond
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Apple’s Mac App Store Hits 100 Million Downloads

Apple’s Mac App Store Hits 100 Million Downloads

Being the platform which features the largest number of apps, it doesn’t come as a surprise that users have downloaded apps from Apple’s App Store more than 100 million times. Ever since it’s launch in January this year with a humble 1,000 software apps, the progress has been rapid and steady. Today, the Mac App Store hosts approximately 10,000 apps. Overall, the App Store has some 500,000 Apple apps available now.

By On December 12, 2011 Respond
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Re-Buy Warnings For Purchased Apps Comes To Mac App Store

Re-Buy Warnings For Purchased Apps Comes To Mac App Store

The Mac App Store now warns you before purchasing an app that has already been installed from elsewhere and Apple’s made a new change to the way the MAS handled things. Mac App Store now prompts those users with a warning to help prevent users from inadvertently buying software twice and though users are prevented from buying the software and presented with the warning, Apple still gives the option to buy the application again if the user chooses to do so…………….

By On September 19, 2011 Respond
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Download 1Password For Mac OS X Lion

Download 1Password For Mac OS X Lion

Agile Bits has released version 3.9 of 1Password, its popular identity management app for OS X and the new release includes several enhancements and a few new features, the biggest news is that 1Password 3.9 is a Lion-only application, so users of pre-10.7 versions of OS X will have to stick with 3.8, is also built using a 64-bit architecture for maximum performance. 1Password is priced at US$39.99 through the AgileBits Web site and is temporarily on sale for $19.99 through the Mac App Store…………

By On September 9, 2011 Respond
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Download Mac OS X 10.7.2 Beta 3 And iCloud Beta 9

Download Mac OS X 10.7.2 Beta 3 And iCloud Beta 9

Apple has seeded Mac OS X 10.7.2 and iCloud Beta 9 to developers, another new build for developers to check compatibility for their applications and for new Mac OS X and iCloud build you will need to be an official Apple developer which will cost $99/year. Apple has also seeded iPhoto 9.2 Beta 3, an update that also aims at providing integration with iCloud’s features that deal with photography and before installing this update, keep in mind that it will replace your current version of iPhoto with this one which can have the issues commonly found in pre-release software, therefore it’s recommended that you only apply this update in a testing environment…………………..

By On August 27, 2011 Respond
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Download GTA 3 On Mac

Download GTA 3 On Mac

Download Rockstar Games has released Grand Theft Auto 3 on the Mac App Store and the hugely successful, highly controversial Grand Theft Auto franchise moves into three dimensions in the dark and seedy underworld of Liberty City. GTA III has had a long arc. Released on PS2 back in October 2001, then for Windows in May 2002, then Xbox in November 2003 and now, ten years since the original release, the game finally makes its way to the Mac App Store…………………

By On August 19, 2011 Respond
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Apple Offers $69 OS X Lion USB Thumb Drive

Apple Offers $69 OS X Lion USB Thumb Drive

Apple previously announced that they would soon be selling Mac OS X Lion on a USB drive and now Apple starts selling Lion drive at $69. Obviously it’d be cheaper to buy a USB drive and do it yourself or simply burn it onto a DVD. System requirements include at least an Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB memory, and 7 GB of disk space and the thumb drive is almost $40 more than the $29.99 version that is available via Internet download from the Mac App Store………………

By On August 16, 2011 Respond
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Mac OS X Lion Hits 1 Million Downloads In First Day

Mac OS X Lion Hits 1 Million Downloads In First Day

Apple downloads of Lion exceeded one million in its first day of availability on the Mac App Store and Apple boasted of the initial success of Lion with wording that hinted it had raked in about $30 million. Mac OS X Lion costs $29.99 on the App Store and has proved pretty popular so far on the store with around 90 percent of people who download Lion leaving positive reviews. Apple distributed Lion as a 4-gigabyte download rather than on a physical DVD or hard copy like most operating systems and made it possible for more people to download the operating system quickly……………..

By On July 22, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Updates Mac Mini

Apple Updates Mac Mini

Apple updates Mac mini with Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, Thunderbolt, AMD Radeon HD graphics and Mac OS X Lion. Starting at $599 with a 2.3GHz Intel Core i5, the new models include Turbo Boost 2.0 and Mac mini 2011 includes gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 800, HDMI, SDXC, audio in and out and also four USB 2.0 ports on the rear………….

By On July 21, 2011 Respond
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 Editor Available In Mac App Store

Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 Editor Available In Mac App Store

Adobe released its Photoshop Elements 9 Editor on Apple’s Mac App Store and Photoshop Elements 9 Editor is an $80 application that is intended to compliment iPhoto for users wanting to take their photos to the next level with advanced compositing and stunning effects. This Mac App Store release doesn’t come bundled with the Adobe Elements Organizer application and Adobe has lower distribution costs, so you’d think it would cost even less…………

By On July 20, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Updates MacBook Air Line

Apple Updates MacBook Air Line

Apple launched a refresh to it thin-and-light MacBook Air lineup, equipping the ultraportables with Thunderbolt ports, backlit keyboards and Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors. The new MacBook Airs will most probably be featuring OS X Lion and some have speculated that the delay in the refresh was due to Apple wanting to wait for OS X Lion to be finalized before installing them on the new MacBook Airs, start at $999 for the entry-level model……………..

By On July 20, 2011 Respond
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