Agen Schmitz is a freelance writer and editor with a lot of Amazon time under his belt. Since leaving Amazon in 2003 (as senior editor for the Electronics and Camera & Photo stores), Agen has continued to work within the Amazon eco-sphere to help vendors bring clarity to their marketing content. He lives in Seattle with his wife and son, and is always dreaming of Iceland.
Adds DHCP management capability from within the Server app, plus addresses several issues with migrating from previous versions. ($19.99 new, free update, 136 MB)
Variety of fixes for word processing app. ($39 new, free update, 34.9 MB)
Maintenance release fixes several stability and compatibility issues. ($79.99 new, free update, 550.5 MB)
Updates Airfoil Speakers to receive audio from devices running iOS 6. ($25 new, free update, 9.1 MB)
As the iPhone 5 got into people’s hands last Friday, several Verizon Wireless subscribers noted that their iPhones were unlocked both for international use and for other U.S. carriers. James Duncan Davidson explains that Verizon isn’t doing this out of the kindness of its corporate heart, but rather due to an agreement with the FCC for licensing the 700 MHz C block of spectrum for its LTE network.
Maintenance release for the financial software with a long list of fixes that should improve overall stability. Also adds support for Retina displays. ($59.99 new, free update, 33.1 MB)
Adds support for receiving Growl notifications through Mountain Lion’s Notification Center. ($3.99 new, free upgrade, 6.1 MB)
Fixes a number of issues related to using the virtualization software Parallels Desktop on a Mac with a Retina display. ($79.99 new, free update, 346.6 MB)
The keyboard shortcut utility gains compatibility for Mountain Lion, plus fixes a few login-related issues. (€19.99 new, free update, 2.2 MB)
Returns SpamSieve to working order when running Snow Leopard after the recent 10.6-specific security update. ($30 new, free update, 10.4 MB)
Maintenance release of the typing expansion utility is stuffed with wide ranging list of fixes, plus Mountain Lion compatibility. (€24.99 new, free update, 4.9 MB)
Office 2011 gains Retina display support and makes several improvements to Outlook. Office 2008 gets a fix for a specific crash related to Excel. (Free updates, 111 MB/218.4 MB)
Patches a number of security vulnerabilities — recommended for all Snow Leopard users, though there’s no reason to update instantly. (Free, 257/276 MB)
Provides fixes for a variety of commonly used services. (Free update, 1.22 to 1.99 GB)
Firmware updates that tackle issues found on 2012 models, plus an update that adds the Power Nap feature to MacBook Air models from late 2010. (Free, 658 KB to 4.97 MB)