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  1. Apple Rumored to launch 15-inch MacBook Air in April

    A Mac accessory maker who spoke with Electricpig at the CU Exposed show this week indicated that Apple is "likely" to launch its 15-inch MacBook Air in April. The anonymous source said the thin-and-light notebook would be similar to current MacBook Air models, with ports on both sides and no optical drive or Ethernet port.

    The vendor reportedly speculated that the new 15-inch MacBook Air would "effectively (kill) the (MacBook) Pro for the average consumer." They ...
  2. The new iPad preorders sold out, and its demand is "off the charts"

    Within two days of the unveiling of the new iPad, new orders of the iPad had already slipped from this Friday's launch day delivery to a ship date of March 19. Apple has since confirmed in a statement that preorders of the touchscreen tablet have run out, as noted by USA Today.

    "Customer response to the new iPad has been off the charts and the quantity available for pre-order has been purchased," a company spokesperson said. "Customers can continue to order online and ...
  3. Apple’s First TV Commercial for the New iPad

    Alongside the new iPad, Apple has started to air a new TV commercial for the device. The ad focuses on the iPads new Retina display, which by all accounts is simply gorgeous in person. Text of the commercial is as follows:

    “When a screen becomes this good, colors are more vibrant, words are pin sharp, everything is more brilliant. Because when a screen becomes this good, it’s simply you and the things you care about. The stunning retina display, on the new iPad.”

    The ...
  4. Bookle brings ePub reading to the Mac

    While reading ebooks on your iOS devices is fairly pleasant, thanks to Apple’s iBooks app, the company has yet to release any such program for the Mac. To fill this void, Tidbits Publishing and Stairways Software have collaborated to create Bookle, a DRM-free ePub reader.

    The app, which made its official debut Monday, offers a simple and straightforward ebook reading experience for all of your ePub files unencumbered by Digital Rights Management. This includes most free ePub files ...
  5. An analysis of a PDF exploit

    Most people think of PDF documents as static pieces of information. How could a PDF file compromise your computer? The reality is that PDF documents can contain all sorts of stuff, and clever miscreants have figured out how to exploit that stuff to wreak havoc on your computer. PDF exploits are on the rise, and they’re especially nasty not just because most people don’t realize this is a viable attack vector, but because the symptoms simply look like a PDF file won’t open: click, Adobe Acrobat fires ...
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