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It’s not a secret that today is the day when Apple announced their earnings and sales figures for the third quarter of 2012, but it may come as an exciting shock that the earnings call managed to slip in a little piece of information relating to OS X Mountain Lion.

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During the WWDC keynote last month, Apple announced that Mountain Lion – the upcoming version of OS X – will be available for download for Mac users in July. And just like we had expected, the Gold Master build of said OS has just been seeded to registered users of Mac Dev Center.

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While Siri has managed to remain an almost permanent fixture on the majority of tech blogs – without actually being altogether that accurate – 9to5Mac appears to have spotted a a keyboard shortcut reference in the latest Mountain Lion beta, which possibly indicates that Apple’s upcoming OS X release could also get some kind of Siri-esque dictation.

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With Apple announcing the summer release of the new OS X Mountain Lion operating system, Mac users will be forgiven for being a little bit excited about the unexpected OS which makes a huge step towards the fusing of OS X and iOS. The newest Mac operating system builds on the current Lion offering, but adds additional features which Apple describe as “being inspired by the iPad, re-invented for the Mac”.

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Carriers have had their customers over a metaphorical barrel for years, with over-priced SMS messages chief amongst the methods that have seen our cellular providers take us to the cleaners on regular occasions. The SMS example is made even more galling when you take into consideration how little data is used by each message.

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Following Apple’s announcement of its upcoming Mountain Lion OS yesterday, people naturally began producing comparisons between the two OSes, whether in the form of a jestful “Windows 8 vs. ML” tweet, or a clarifying blog post that reminds you – since you didn’t know – that desktop OSes are beginning to draw a great deal of inspiration from their mobile counterparts. But really, that’s about the only true similarity between Mountain Lion and Windows 8. Beyond this, Apple and Microsoft’s approaches are so vastly different that the colossal void that lies between the opposing directions they have taken is large enough to accommodate all of those comparison posts from yesterday. So, let me commence this actually sensible comparison between the two approaches to the desktop and tablet markets.

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