rivacy and security is a growing concern of app users (just look at the whole Path debacle). But while iOS privacy policies are a work in progress for Apple, the security of your desktop system is a front-and-center concern in Mountain Lion.
(what fresh dt!
Now it’s true that Mac OS X has been largely immune from the malware issues that plague other operating systems like Windows and Android. The MacDefender malware scare in mid-2011 was an exception, and it looks like Apple now wants to stay one step ahead of the bad guys with a new feature called Gatekeeper.
mobile plot saga whatever thickens:
imho goog plus wants to own the universities; server side; already took out MSN at berkley.
i noticed they wont let you use an alias at googplus so i stick w/facebook alias.
shux here too. anyhew~
I just love Apple - thanks so much for you post! I'm a big diehard Apple devotee.
corner the market much? must be the user friendly GUI
Too bad they didn't go the ethical route.
They have 100% control over your intellectual property, …as long as it's formatted within iBooks. The EULA update didn't address the big picture.
Since 89 here... so.. yeah.. pesky organic liquid data flux of it all