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Adobe Warns of Critical Flash Vulnerability

Adobe has released a security advisory regarding a critical vulnerability that exists in Adobe Reader, Acrobat, and Flash Player. For the moment, the only fix is to disable Flash in your Web browser and other applications.Show full article

$1.23 Billion Profit Highlights Apple's Q3 2009

In what is becoming a familiar pattern, Apple reported record profits for its most recent financial quarter, the third of its current fiscal year.Show full article

"Take Control of MobileMe" Updated for iLife '09, iPhone

Using MobileMe? Joe Kissell's just-updated "Take Control of MobileMe" ebook has all the information you need to make the most of your $99-per-year MobileMe subscription fee.Show full article

Skype 2.8 Adds Screen Sharing, Per-Minute Wi-Fi

The latest version of Skype for Mac brings two unique features: screen sharing and metered access to for-fee Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide. The developer says voice and video quality are improved, too.Show full article

Apple Revamps Logic Studio

Apple has released a major upgrade to its professional audio editing program. The latest version offers time-saving tools, guitar-focused features, and enhancements for live performers.Show full article

Cause of Font Cache Bug Revealed?

Ever see your browser suddenly displaying nonsense? That's the Mac OS X font cache corruption bug. Apparently, a major cause of the corruption has been found.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 27-Jul-09

Notable software releases this week include Final Cut Pro Studio Update, iPhoto2Twitter 1.5, and Sandvox 1.6.3.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 27-Jul-09

Read on for a collection of links to the most interesting articles and resources that the TidBITS staff discovered on the Web this week.Show full article

Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk for 27-Jul-09

This week's discussions deal with viewing PDFs within Safari, hoping for a location manager on the iPhone, Amazon's stealthy removal of books from Kindle devices, connecting to unsecured Wi-Fi networks, taking notes on presentations, mirroring different-sized monitors on one machine, and capturing screen video.Show full article

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