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Category Archives: Mac OS X
I claimed that iPhoto was the culprit behind the mangling of the GPS coordinates embedded in my photographs. The problem likely lies in the Core Image library used throughout Mac OS X. Continue reading
AppleInsider has a tip that the upcoming version of Mac OS X, dubbed “Snow Leopard” will incorporate the GPS and location-based services library from the iPhone into the laptop/desktop version of the operating service. They postulate that “CoreLocation will utilize … Continue reading
Gizmodo has an interesting exchange between one of their bloggers and the developer of an iPhone App that’s designed to help you steal other iPhone apps. He’s upset that Gizmodo linked to a cracked version, not his official version. Oh, … Continue reading
A Mac OS X version of the Google Earth browser plugin was released yesterday. It’s available for both Intel and PowerPC Macintoshes.