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Founder of the ISP news and review site apologizes for storing passwords in plaint text in the wake of attack and theft of user information.
Some people who use iTunes' song downsize option for iPods are finding that iTunes reports an incorrect size of the audio files transferred.
Unlike other recent data leaks that involved hacking, this one at the Major League Baseball team was due to human error.
It turns out that no matter how technologically savvy we get in the world, we could always be betrayed by the "meat puppets behind the servers." Thanks for that one, Donald. And human error does appear to be what happened to Amazon, and also the Yankees. DSLReports, on the other hand, just plain got hacked. And it would also appear there's no one equipped to help us with our little data leakage issues, since the FBI's own cyber-security agents admit they're not up to the task. But there's even worse news than that: the white iPhone is 0.2mm thicker than the black one. THE HUMANITY! --Molly
In an effort to keep/acquire new broadband customers, Comcast is testing Wi-Fi service at about 120 New Jersey Transit rail stations.
Apple quietly adds the security feature to its latest version of Safari. It's the last of the major browser vendors to offer antiphishing protection.
Mac OS X 10.4.x: Spotlight/Firefox conflict (additional bookmarks appearing); DYMO LabelWriters not functioning properly
Despite having fast internet connections and the latest OS and hardware, iChat may chop and potentially crash.
Odds & Ends: iMac Monitors; DVD and Macsbug; Linksys update
Fixes for an issue where DRM-protected media won't playback on the Apple TV, and a potential crashing issue with large numbers of photos.