16 March 2011
Posted in Apple
Every now and again Apple seed new builds of Mac OS X updates to those registered as Mac developers in any of the paid categories, and when these new builds start flowing down with increasing momentum, you know there's an update just around the corner. That's exactly what's happening with the Mac OS X 10.6.7 update, which comes with no known issues — another sign that the update is almost ready for the prime-time — and just six days after the previous build.
Microsoft killed the hardware division of Zune, saying that it will shift its focus to other devices according to a Bloomberg report. To say that demand has been mediocre wouldn't be too much of an understatement, particularly when the device was only available in a handful of countries to begin with. Wait, you guys have actually heard of the Zune in New Zealand, right?
Apple have filed for a trademark that would allow them to use the Apple logo once used by the Beatles. I'm not quite sure what the significance of this is, but have you noticed that ever since the Beatles catalogue was added to the iTunes Store it's almost as if the Beatles have become the unofficial Apple soundtrack? Case in point: it was recently played at the Apple iPad 2 event.
Frenzy isn't just a skill Barbarian-class players can use in Diablo II, but it's also a Dropbox-powered social network that 9 to 5 Mac say "is great". I'm not so sure, but take a look and check it out for yourself.