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The team behind Perian, the plays-anything video component for QuickTime, will cease development for the plug-in after one final release.
The MacBook Pro may be going under the knife, plenty of pubs are spooning up DigiTimes's swill, and one security firm suggests you fork over for its software.
Apple on Monday released a pair of security updates aimed to help folks who are still running Mac OS X 10.5.8.
Apple recently told MobileMe customers that they will be able to continue to access mac.com and me.com email accounts, even if they don't upgrade to iCloud.
Macworld wants to make your life better. To that end, then, here are a few links to stories we ran this past week that might just simplify or otherwise improve your life.
The rumored update to Maps in iOS 6 will apparently be so cool that it will cause you to spontaneously burst into flames. Elsewhere, Foxconn's CEO has never met a can of beans he couldn't spill, and Apple and Samsung's squabbling continues apace.
Apple's pouring money into factories in China, but isn't quite as thrilled to hand cash over in a settlement. Elsewhere, the iPhone demonstrates an anti-killer feature.
Adobe's head of security applauds Apple's move to block outdated versions of his company's Flash Player.
The Mac App Store already has quite a few photo editing and cataloging software options, but on Thursday it gained one more: Lightroom 4. The app is Adobe's first heavyweight entry in Apple's store; previously, the company sold only its simpler, more compact line of programs.
Apple on Wednesday released several updates for its Mac software, including OS X 10.7.4, Safari 5.1.7, and Security Updated 2012-002.
Google is seeking a new trial on copyright claims in Oracle's intellectual-property lawsuit against it over the Android mobile OS.
Microsoft is pitching its SkyDrive online storage service to Office for Mac users, saying Apple's iCloud offering is "not enough."
A security error in OS X 10.7.3 exposes passwords on systems with support for the pre-Lion FileVault home-directory encryption feature.
There are only so many hours in the day—at last count, approximately 20 or so. If you didn’t find time to read all of our articles this past week, we can help. As ever, the Weekly Wrap is here to point you towards some of our most interesting stories you might have missed.
Microsoft raises the alarm on Macs' vulnerability to malware (sort of); Apple at last acknowledges where it got its maps; and just like average Joes, CEOs like to ... exaggerate on their résumés.