Monthly Archives: May 2011

Apple releases update to protect Macs from recent malware

Once more, and then I hope I’m done writing about this: Apple released a security update on Tuesday to block the recently-released credit card number-stealing malware affecting some Mac users. Download the update as you normally would (typically, that’s by … Read

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iWork now available on the iPhone 4, iPod touch

Good news for workaholics on the go: Apple has finally updated its iWork productivity suite to work on the iPhone 4 and the latest version of the iPod touch. You can now view and edit your Pages, Numbers, and Keynote … Read

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Stay productive with your iPad while traveling

Thinking of traveling with just an iPad this summer? It’s definitely a great way to lighten your load–but before you leave, have a look at Web Worker Daily’s list of tips for staying productive with your iPad while on the … Read

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The new ways to find a job online

A couple of weeks ago, Amber shared some ideas for tech gifts for your favorite graduate. These days, though, that graduate might be happy to just find a job. Between new technology and an ever-changing employment climate, the rules have … Read

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5 useful features in Miro 4

As mentioned a few days ago, my current favorite app for finding and converting video, Miro, has recently been updated and includes some nice new features. Here’s a look at what I like about Miro (and what I recommend you … Read

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CRL Learns: Health and Disability in Tanzania

Earlier this week, Noelle Kurth and Jenny Peck discussed the work they have been doing in Tanzania to promote better health practices. In the video below, they describe how and why they got involved in the Mufundi district. For more … Read

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Look out: “Mac Guard” malware doesn’t require a password to infect your computer

News of a nasty Mac program named Mac Defender hit the streets a few days ago. The app purports to be virus protection but in reality is a front for a credit card stealing operation. Mac Defender prompted security warnings … Read

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e-reader news: Kobo, B&N, and Amazon update hardware, prices

It’s been a busy week in the e-reader market, and it’s only Wednesday. As big-time publishing trade show BookExpo America is in full swing, major e-reader manufacturers have taken turns unveiling their latest offerings. Kobo kicked things off on Monday … Read

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Apple’s official support on removing Mac Defender malware

I don’t personally know anyone who fell for the Mac Defender malware, but if you or someone you know did, please read the official Apple support document on how to remove it (and how to avoid installing it in the … Read

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Windows 8 announced for 2012 (updated)

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced on Monday that the next version of Windows will be released in 2012. No real details area available yet, but according to Ballmer, “As we progress through the year, you ought to expect to hear … Read

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