Kevin Swint, formerly Wal-Mart's head of digital media, has been appointed by Apple to run its international movie and TV interests.
So Microsoft has sent Vista SP1 to the disc-stamping plants, but users have to wait another five or six weeks before it will be available…
Monday, 04 February 2008 10:12

Replacing styles in Word 2008

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AppleScript can be a very useful tool for automating applications or coupling two or more programs so they work together. But sometimes it is more…
Monday, 04 February 2008 09:11

How dumb do phishers think we are?

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Some phishing attempts can look quite authentic, apart from the fact that the apparent source doesn't actually send such messages to its customers. But others…
The proposed takeover of Yahoo! by Microsoft is obviously of international importance, but it has particular significance to the Australian market.
Friday, 01 February 2008 10:35

Leopard Mk 3 inching along

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Despite already having distributed one developer build of Mac OS X 10.5.2 that was free of known issues, Apple has decided that the eagerly awaited…
Thursday, 31 January 2008 01:20

MacBook Air ships

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The first deliveries of the MacBook Air - the ultra-slim notebook announced by Apple at Macworld Expo earlier this month - have begun.
Wednesday, 30 January 2008 12:31

Apple updates iWork 08

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Apple has pushed out a set of updates for the components of its iWork 08 package, but with very little information about what benefits they…
The music industry is barking up the wrong tree when it suggests there is acceptance of the idea of making ISPs responsible for filtering copyright-infringing…
The operation of legislation allowing certain format-shifting activities of movies and photographs is under review.

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