Apple working with ISPs to fix Mac Flashback trojan

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Apple believe they have found a fix for the Flashback trojan which is thought to have infected some 600,000 Mac computers across the globe. Flashback is a botnet that can issue commands to infected machines, harvesting usernames and passwords…

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Siri headed to 2012 MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac?

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As the inevitable launch of Apple's 2012 computer range draws closer, rumours are now circulating that the latest MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and all-in-one iMac models will feature Siri voice control. First appearing in Apple's iPhone 4S, Siri allows a…

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OS X Lion showcased at Apple WWDC 2011

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Apple's annual WWDC conference for 2011 kicked off with the usual fanfare we've come to expect from the cult of Mac. As well as the launch of the iCloud service and iOS 5 update for mobile devices, OS X…

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iOS 5 revealed at WWDC 2011: Notifications overhaul included

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Apple's Scott Forstall SVP of iOS software took to the stage today at WWDC 2011 for the iOS 5 announcements for mobile devices. According to findings from rankings experts Comscore, Forstall noted that "iOS is the number one mobile operating…

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iCloud officially revealed: iTunes hits the cloud, for FREE (mostly)

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A reasonably healthy-looking Steve Jobs took to the stage to introduce the long-awaited iCloud at WWDC 2011 . The idea behind the iCloud is to allow all of your digital content to be stored remotely in Apple's data centres, and…

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