Posts Tagged ‘Update’

If you’re an Apple TV (2nd-gen) user, you might be happy to know that an unexpected update has reached the platform: version 4.3 (Build 8F455) has reached devices. This new update includes several benefits, including the ability to stream TV shows, even those already purchased from iTunes, right from your TV.

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Just months before iOS 5 is released and ten days after iOS 4.3.4 came out, one wouldn’t expect to ever hear about iOS 4.3.5. It now turns out that yet another update for iOS 4.3 has been uploaded to Apple’s servers, allegedly fixing a critical security issue.

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If you’re a user of Facebook’s Android App, you probably know how limited it is when directly compared to the iPhone version, and even Facebook’s mobile website. While the gap hasn’t been bridged yet, Facebook has released version 1.6 of its Android client that brings it one step closer to that goal.

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Mac OS X 10.6.8, a point release for Snow Leopard, has been released. This update fixes several issues and readies the built-in Mac App Store for the Mac OS X Lion upgrade processor, once it comes out next month.

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Just months after the final version of Firefox 4 reached final stage, Firefox 5 is now out. This version is the first in Mozilla’s new release cycle of smaller, more frequent upgrades, as opposed to huge ones every few years.

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Just days after iTunes 10.3 was introduced, Apple has felt the need to release an emergency update, iTunes 10.3.1, to fix critical issues in the program.

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Unless you’ve been covering your eyes and wearing earplugs for the last few hours, you’re probably aware of iOS 5, Apple’s new mobile operating system. If you think of downloading it, however, be sure to get iTunes 10.5 beta first.

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MacDefender is a Mac OS X malware threat that’s spread considerably over the last few weeks, and has now been patched with a security update.

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Microsoft Update Catalog

By | September 8th, 2008

Microsoft Update Catalog. Made for corporate environments, this service lets you download updates that can distributed over corporate networks and so on. These updates include software updates, drivers and hotfixes ( no Ultimate Extras though! ). The setup files of any individual selected update is downloaded which can then be installed manually.

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