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Today in Apple history: OS X Jaguar roars onto Mac

August 23, 2002: Apple ships Mac OS X Jaguar, the third major release of OS X, and the first to publicly adopt the cat-themed code name it had been known by inside Apple. The $129 operating system is well-received by Mac users, who correctly view it as the most stable version of OS X yet — […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

After Windows and Mac, Its Linux OS on Ransomware Target!

2016- the Year of Ransomware has seen draconian variants of Ransomware. Some came in the form of robust encryption while others bypassed strongest of security ramparts. In May this year, another tightly-knitted operating system was hijacked by a Ransomware variant. Show More Summary

Google will kill Chrome apps for Windows, Mac, and Linux in early 2018

Google today announced plans to kill off Chrome apps for Windows, Mac, and Linux in early 2018. Chrome extensions and themes will not be affected, while Chrome apps will continue to live on in Chrome OS. Chrome apps are web applications that run on Google’s browser. There are two types: Hosted apps (first available in […]

Google retiring Chrome apps for Windows, Mac and Linux

How many of you actually use Chrome apps on your computers? Unless it's running Chrome OS, chances are you don't. This is why Google is deciding to retire Chrome apps from Windows, Mac and Linux.

Google saying buh-bye to Chrome Apps for Windows, Mac, Linux - CNET

New apps will be available only on Chromebooks by the end of this year, and will stop loading on non-Chrome OS machines in 2018.

North Korea's Netflix Knockoff Will Stream On-Demand Propaganda 

The North Korean government has made a habit of ripping off American technology products. Back in 2013, Kim Jong Un’s totalitarian regime made a state-sponsored Android phone ripoff, followed by a Mac OS X ripoff in 2015. Now, it appears that North Korea wants a piece of streaming video. Read more...

Malwarebytes reports new OS X malware that could easily fool less technical users

No 9to5Mac reader is going to be at risk from malware that directs users to a scam website and asks them to download software, but Malwarebytes has discovered a previously unknown piece of Mac malware that could easily fool less technical...Show More Summary

Microsoft is open sourcing PowerShell and bringing to Linux and OS X

Furthering its mission to work more closely with the developer community, Microsoft is open sourcing PowerShell and making it available on Linux and Mac OS X. PowerShell is the company’s task-based command-line shell and scripting language built on the.NET Framework for running and managing system tasks. Show More Summary

Microsoft open sources PowerShell; brings it to Linux and Mac OS X

Microsoft is open-sourcing its PowerShell command line shell and bringing it to Linux and Mac OS X, as recently rumored.

Reviewing PDF documents with Mac Preview?

My lawyer is sending me contracts to review in PDF format and I can't figure out how to add comments or notes. Does Mac OS X "Preview" include annotation / review features, or do I need to buy a different app? The post Reviewing PDF documents with Mac Preview? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Docker for Java developers

Learn how to achieve faster startup and deployments on both Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, and understand how these containers improve portability across machines. Preface The Java programming language was created over 20 years ago. It continues to be the most popular and widely used programming language after all these years. Show More Summary

12 of the best software utilities for your Mac

There's little doubt that OS X 'El Capitan' is a fully-featured operating system that helps you to get a lot done, but by adding a few extra utilities will allow you get an awful lot more from the platform with very little extra eff...

Use Your Mac's Built-In Summarize Feature to Shorten Long Blocks of Text

If you have a lot of text files on your computer, distinguishing between them can take a lot of effort. Over on How-To Geek, they remind of us the oft-forgotten feature in OS X called Summarize. Read more...

Change Whether Your Mac Automatically Reboots After a System Freeze or Not

By default, your Mac should reboot if it freezes. This is good for most of us, but that auto restart can make troubleshooting difficult for advanced users. OS X Daily shows you how to change it with a Terminal command. Read more...

What to Do When an App Freezes in Mac OS X

It doesn’t happen as often as it might on Windows, but from time to time you’ll find that even applications on Mac can freeze, hang, or otherwise cause problems that prevent you from properly closing them down. On Windows, you’d launch the Task Manager to kill unresponsive processes. Show More Summary

Use standard Mac OS X apps to optimize your home Wi-Fi network

Some time ago I visited my parents, and as these things tend to go, they had a list of things that bothered them about their computers, iPhones and iPads and the Internet connection. I like helping them, so tried optimizing their Wi-Fi network first. Show More Summary

Tech Tip: Easy Editing for Mac Photos

Apple’s Photos for OS X has a button for one-click improvements to your pictures, but it also includes a toolbox for more detailed adjustments.

Security bugs put Apple devices running iOS and Mac OS X at risk

Multiple security vulnerabilities were revealed by Cisco's Talos security team earlier this week, identifying areas at risk of possible exploits in iOS devices and Mac OS X. Some experts believe the exploits to be complex to pull off and likely not worth the time to attack. Show More Summary

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