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Apple releases supplemental update to OS X 10.8.5, iTunes 11.1.1

Apple has released a supplemental update to OS X 10.8.5, along with iTunes 11.1.1. The supplemental update contains the following fixes:

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Debug 20: Ryan Nielsen on Apple and OS X

Ryan Nielsen of Tumult talks to Guy and Rene about how Debug began, Çingleton, and his time as an engineering project manager on OS X at Apple where he helped kick big cats out the door. Carefully. (Part 1 of 2.)

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How to turn an old iPod classic into a new emergency boot drive for Mac

"Let no old yet still functional technology go to waste" is the motto of any good McGyver-class geek, which is what makes the idea of using an abandoned but still capable iPod classic as an emergency boot drive for the Mac so appealing. Chris Breen of Macworld:

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Will iBooks coming to Mavericks see you reading more from Apple's book store? [Poll]

Will iBooks coming to Mavericks see you reading more from Apple's book store?

Apple's iBooks is finally coming to the desktop with OS X Mavericks, but will it see you reading more from the iBook Store? iBooks has been with us since the introduction of the iPad back in 2010, and some 3 and a half years later it finally migrates across to OS X. As we've come to expect from Apple, iBooks on the Mac will integrate seamlessly with your iOS device, mirroring your position, highlights, bookmarks and such to all your devices through iCloud. It sounds great, especially for those who use the textbooks a lot, providing more screen real estate to look at them than on your iPad.

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Improved multiple monitor support in OS X Mavericks; who's going to use it? [Poll]

Are you looking forward to improved multiple monitor support in OS X Mavericks?

Multiple monitor support is being improved for OS X Mavericks, but just who is going to make use of it? Currently, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will allow you to use multiple monitors, but things get ugly when you go full screen on an app and all you get everywhere else is linen. So, Apple is improving on how OS X handles multiple displays with Mavericks.

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OS X Mavericks Finder tabs and tags de-clutters and organizes your Mac

Following the early previews of OS X Mavericks delivered by select media outlets, we're starting to see them broken down a little further and the latest covers the tabs and tags feature in Finder. Finder tabs takes cues from the web browser by combining many finder windows into one. Macworld's Jason Snell takes us through it:

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Apple pushes Camera RAW update to support new Panasonic Lumix cameras

Apple is this morning pushing out all a small update to the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility that adds support for Panasonic's newest Lumix cameras in iPhoto and Aperture 3. As of version 4.07, RAW image files from the Lumix G6 and the Lumix GF6 are supported by OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The Sony Alpha SLT-A58 is also included, and to grab the update for yourselves head into the Mac App Store now or check the Software Update menu.

Source: Apple

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Should Apple bring the iOS 7 design language to OS X? [Poll]

Should Apple bring iOS 7's new, clarified, deferential, depth-driven look and feel OS X? For the last few years Apple has worked diligently and deliberately to bring iOS nomenclature and metaphors back to the Mac, and create a more consistent experience between their two platforms. Right now, however, iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks couldn't look further apart.

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OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2 now available

Hot on the heels of iOS 7 beta 2, Apple has also just released OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview 2. If you're running a beta version of Mavericks, you can grab the update via the Mac App Store.

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NetNewsWire 4.0 released as open beta

One of OS X's most venerable newsreading apps has gotten a major makeover. NetNewswire 4.0 is now available for download as a public beta. It can be pre-ordered for $10, half off the regular price.

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