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22Jul

iOS 8 Control Center in not-so-terrific makeover scandal: Spot the difference

By Drake M. / July 22, 2014 / Apple news, iOS / No Comments

IOS 8 isn’t prepared yet for public use nevertheless, as Apple’s still adjusting it and ironing out the pests. But due to the lifetime of a developer preview, it’s really a relatively open process with changes arriving build.IOS 8 beta 4, the newest version, has just landed, alt...

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29May

Mac Pro GPU hit a snag with Apple OS X 10.9.3 update

By Drake M. / May 29, 2014 / iOS, Mac / No Comments

Problems encountered on both D500 and D700 GPUs One of the Mac Pro’s flagship properties is the powerful GPU suite on the unit which allows user renders to be processed in a fraction of the time. However, it derailed on a bumpy road with the new 10.9.3 “Mavericks” update. Issues are, to name a fe...

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Malware Scanning Tool ‘VirusTotal Uploader’ Released for OS X

By Drake M. / May 27, 2014 / Apple news, iOS / No Comments

Google part VirusTotal declared (via The Next Web) and introduced a version of its VirusTotal Uploader for OS X, bringing the popular malware scanning tool to Apple’s software for the first time.After a fast installation, the program allows users to drag and drop any report, folder, or soft...

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21May

Southwest Airlines App Updates Allows Mobile Boarding Pass Feature at 28 Airports, iOS Application

By Drake M. / May 21, 2014 / Apps, iOS / No Comments

Southwest Airlines has updated its established iOS app to incorporate cellular boarding pass assistance at 28 overall airports adhering to a rollout of the function in Austin, Texas last year. Along with extended cellular boarding pass assistance, the application also currently contains forthcomi...

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18May

Italian Regulators Investigating Others and Apple Over ‘Freemium’ App Pricing Model

By Drake M. / May 18, 2014 / Apps, iOS / No Comments

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Antitrust and Competition Authority in Italy has released an investigation to determine whether internet companies such as Apple, Google, and Amazon mislead people by presenting in-app purchases for games that are listed as free downloads.Consumers could b...

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