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As the excitement dies down from Apple’s WWDC announcements, we’re once again flitting among topics. Rich Mogull draws on his years of security analyst work to offer five suggestions for how Apple could improve Mac and iPhone security, made all the more timely by Apple finally fixing a 9-month-old Java vulnerability today. Rich also explains how you might be able to get better upgrade pricing on an iPhone 3G S, Doug McLean reveals that the new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros can boot from their new SD card slots and examines the world of artistic iPhone photography, Glenn Fleishman looks at the latest Wi-Fi SD card from Eye-Fi, and Adam reviews a tool that lets you post photo links to Twitter from within iPhoto. We also cover the release of Microsoft Office 2008 12.19 and 2004 11.5.5, and glance at the releases of Firefox 3.0.11, Script Debugger 4.5.3, and 1Password 2.9.19.

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The Art of iPhone Photography

Frustrated with the quality of the photographs taken by your iPhone camera? Well, you're not alone, but there is hope as evidenced by legions of iPhone photo enthusiasts using a handful of apps to transform their snapshots into memorable moments.

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk for 15-Jun-09

This week's TidBITS Talk discussions focus heavily on the announcements from WWDC, including upgrading to an iPhone 3G S and the iPhone 3.0 software, Snow Leopard features, streaming in QuickTime, Safari 4, and opening up the new MacBook Pro models. Also covered this week is Microsoft's new Bing search engine, syncing calendars using MobileMe, and working around Web site requirements for using Internet Explorer.