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TidBITS#1239/08-Sep-2014

The big news this week is the theft of nude photos from the iCloud accounts of a number of Hollywood actresses. Rich Mogull brings you analysis of Apple’s official statement, and Josh Centers reports on what Tim Cook says Apple will do to improve iCloud security. OS X Yosemite is coming soon, and you can get ready ahead of time with the early-bird version of Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of Upgrading to Yosemite.” In other Take Control news, we’re excited to publish the final chapter of Charles Edge’s streamed “Take Control of OS X Server” — TidBITS members can learn all about server maintenance. If you sync your music collection between iTunes on the desktop and an iOS device, losing access to that computer could orphan your music collection — Josh Centers has discovered a simple, free app to recover your music. Finally, in FunBITS this week, Julio Ojeda-Zapata explains how you can host your own backyard movie night. Notable software releases this week include VMware Fusion 7.0 and Mailplane 3.3.

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ExtraBITS for 8 September 2014

This week in ExtraBITS, we have details on how to watch Apple’s September 9th product announcement, along with information about your personal Apple support page and a list of mistakes that cause iOS apps to be rejected. In other news, Twitpic is shutting down after 6 years, and Verizon is settling with the FCC over privacy violations.