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Apple Releases New Aluminum iMacs, Refreshes Mac mini

Apple has updated the iMac look to be aluminum and glass, and making it significantly thinner, while retaining technical specs that are roughly similar to previous models.Show full article

Hardware-Related Updates Follow Apple Announcements

Not long after Steve Jobs left the stage at last week's Apple press event, a succession of small hardware updates began to pop up, some of which applied to the brand-new machines themselves. Affected machines include the new iMac, the new aluminum Apple Keyboard, the Mac Pro, and the latest MacBook Pro models.Show full article

Numbers Joins iWork '08

Apple has released iWork '08, updating Pages and Keynote and adding the long-rumored spreadsheet, Numbers.Show full article

AirPort Base Station Upgraded to Gigabit Ethernet

Apple pumps up the speed on its AirPort Extreme Base Station by upgrading its network ports to gigabit Ethernet.Show full article

German Laws Kill KisMAC,Threaten Privacy

The Mac OS X Wi-Fi sniffing software KisMAC has reached the end of its lifespan due to a change in German law, where its developers live, that criminalizes software such as it.Show full article

Asiva Plug-In Demos Now Available

After a hiatus, Asiva's critically acclaimed Photoshop plug-ins are back, with new names, lower prices, and demo versions.Show full article

New iLife '08 Revealed, .Mac Upgraded

At last week's press event, Apple took the wraps off the next version of its iLife suite, bumping the name from iLife '06 to iLife '08 and providing a completely new version of iMovie. Show full article

Google Offers Paid Storage Boost for Services

Google bumps storage for Gmail, Picasa, if you're willing to pay $20 to $500 per year for 6 GB to 250 GB of storage. Show full article

Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/13-Aug-07

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