Critical security patches from Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle will keep IT administrators busy.
As of Tuesday, all users of Adobe Reader and Acrobat will have the option of getting security updates automatically, like Chrome, Microsoft Windows, and Firefox users do.
Mac or PC? The war rages on. We've thrown the most recent 13-inch MacBook Pro and the closest PC to a Mac we've seen, the Dell Studio XPS 13, into the ring for an all-out brawl.
As Halloween approaches, a mysterious ghost invades iTunes 8.2.1 and iTunes 9.0.1, causing the application to begin playing music tracks with no user input to start it.
Invariably when the "new, great, faster, amazing" software hits the market and we all upgrade immediately hoping to take advantage of all the fantastic features, some of us run into a case of downloader's remorse.
Love iTunes + Pre syncing? Don't Upgrade to 8.2.1!
With the release of iTunes 8.2.1, Apple puts a stop to the Palm Pre, iTunes synchronization.
MacFixIt reader "RM" reports that after installing the iTunes 8.2.1 update on their MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.4.11 iTunes opens but does not respond to any processes.
The latest update to iTunes, version 8.2.1, has reportedly broken the Palm Pre's ability to sync with iTunes. Shortly after the update was released, reports of the break began circulating--a fate we alluded to a couple weeks ago.
Mac users who own the Palm Pre and similar devices were disappointed to lose their ability to sync with the latest version of iTunes. This has been restored with the release of Palm WebOS 1.1.