Apple has released an update to iWeb that addresses problems with iSight widgets and uploading Web sites using FTP.
Canon S90 and Panasonic G1 and GF1 owners now can import raw files into Aperture and iPhoto, and Canon SLR owners get tethered shooting.
Adding GPS data to digital photos isn't as hard as it once was, but it can still be a pain. We explore a recent solution.
Apple has released an update to Aperture, bringing the program to version 3.0.3. The 69.4MB update should be available through Software Update for those who have Aperture installed, but also can be downloaded at the update's webpage. The update addresses issues with repairing and rebuilding libraries, working with GPS track files, managing referenced files, Apple's face detection, managing adjustments and RAW fine tuning presets, and duplicating smart albums.
A third update to Aperture 3 improves the photo software's handling of chromatic aberration, improves stability, and includes many other tweaks.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. This week we're taking a look at "Pixel Tester", which is useful for finding dead or stuck pixels.
Apple has released minor updates to all of the applications included in the iWork '08 suite (not iWork '09).
Mozilla just patched a bug in Firefox in three days, something Microsoft just can't match
Mac and iPhone owners have some downloading to do, as Apple issued dozens of patches for Panther, Tiger and iPhone users Tuesday night.
Utilities Updates: Mail Archiver X 2.0b2; Synchronize! Pro X 5.0.6; Keyclick 1.0.1; MiniBatteryLogger 1.6.3; more