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Watch WWDC 2009 Keynote

Watch Philip Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing, unveil the new iPhone 3G S, the new MacBook Pro family, and Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Watch it streaming in normal or high definition or you can download it as a podcast (iTunes link).

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Safari 4 and 1password

Apple released version 4 of their Safari web-browser. It is available for download on Mac and Windows. Version 4 have 150 features including support for HTML5 and many others. If you happen to be a 1Password user then you can wait until support for Safari 4 is released or you can install a beta version (2.9.19.BETA-3) which added support for ...

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WWDC 2009 Keynote Coverage

Tomorrow, Monday 8th of June, Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference will begin with Phil Schiller’s keynote. The keynote will start 8:00pm Saudi Arabia time (5:00pm GMT). You can find live coverage of the keynote from any of the following sites: The Mac Observer will have a twitter account as well as a dynamic web page. MacRumors‘s MacRumorsLive. Engadget live coverage. ...

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Google Chrome Developer Preview

It’s finally here! Google has released their first public developer preview for their Chrome web browser. According to the about menu, it is version 3.0.182.5. You can download and test the developer preview of Google Chrome from their website. Please remember that it is a developer preview. So don’t rely on it for regular browsing just yet.

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iLife ’09 applications updated, AirPort Utility, Raw

Many updates has been released today, lets start with iLife ’09: iLife Support 9.0.3 addresses some memory leaks, custom folder issues with Media Browser and maintaining the correct image date when importing from iPhoto to Aperture. iDVD 7.0.4 fixes some issues. iMovie 8.0.3 adds support for 720p AVCHD Lite cameras. iPhoto 8.0.3 fixes publishing and GPS support. AirPort Utility Software ...

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iTunes 8.2, QuickTime and GarageBand updated

Apple updated three of it’s applications today. The iTunes 8.2 update adds support for iPhone or iPod touch with 3.0 software. It also “includes many accessibility improvements and bug fixes”. iTunes 8.2 file site is 80MB. Apple also updated QuickTime to 7.6.2 to increase reliability, improve compatibility and enhance security. The update plugs gaping QuickTime security holes according to ZDnet. ...

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MacUpdate Bundle of 11 Apps for $50

MacUpdate has announced their latest Mac Software bundle. The bundle costs $50 (190SR) and includes a total of 11 Mac OS X applications that cost a total of $522 (1,984SR). The bundle include the following applications: TechTool Pro 5 – Comprehensive tools for your Mac and hard drives. Parallels Desktop 4 – Run WIndows, Linux, and more alongside Mac OS ...

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iWork ’09 stability update

Apple has update iWork ’09 to 9.0.2. The only update notes included are “This update improves reliability when saving some iWork documents and when playing some presentations more than once per Keynote session.” The update is recommended to all users and can be downloaded using the Apple Software Update. It is a 45MB download. Thanks TMO for the update.

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Sonic on the iPhone is a Sega Genesis emulator

Apparently Sega has made a Genesis/Mega Drive on the iPhone. AllTechRelated has found that Sonic the Hedgehog ($5.99 iPhone app) is actually a Sega Genesis emulator with a Sonic the Hedgehog ROM file. They have tested other Genesis games and some seem to work (Sonic 2, Afterburner 2 and Ecco the Dolphin). AllTechRelated explained the steps. Image from Macenstein.

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Braid on the Mac

Braid, a well known independent game which was first released on the Xbox 360 and later on Windows, is finally available for the Mac. From TUAW: It’s a classic 2D platformer in the vein of Mario with a very important twist: you can reverse, slow, and replay time throughout the various levels. That twist results in an extremely artistic game ...

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