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Apple wraps up 'Get Stuff Done' promotion with ten OS X utility apps

In the third and final week of its "Get Stuff Done" promotional campaign, Apple on Thursday unveiled ten discounted OS X apps aimed at simplifying workflows on the Mac.

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Apple releases AirPort Utility 6.2 for Mac with expanded guest Wi-Fi support [u]

Apple on Thursday released an update to its AirPort Utility software for Mac, giving users the ability to extend guest Wi-Fi to multiple AirPort Base Stations.

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Apple seeds tenth OS X 10.8.3 build to developers [u]

Less than one week after issuing the ninth OS X 10.8.3 beta to developers, Apple on Wednesday seeded build 12D65 with no known issues.

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Vintage Apple products to be shown at pop-up museum in Atlanta

The Apple Pop-Up Museum, a Georgia-based exhibit that tells the story of Apple with its collection of vintage computers and consumer electronics products, will be attending the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast in Atlanta, Ga. this April.

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Organization apps featured in second week of Apple's 'Get Stuff Done' promotion

Now in week two of its "Get Stuff Done" promotional Mac App Store campaign, Apple has listed nine new discounted OS X software titles for organization.

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Apple highlights self-published iBooks titles as 'Breakout Books'

Apple has begun promoting self-published titles on the iBookstore under the banner of "Breakout Books."

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Apple updates OS X Mountain Lion Server with security enhancements, bug fixes

Apple on Monday released version 2.2.1 of OS X Server for Mountain Lion, bringing minor updates to the app including security patches and feature upgrades.

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Twitter may use Bluefin Labs acquisition to drive ad revenue

With the purchase of social TV analytics firm Bluefin Labs, Twitter is looking to integrate its microblogging service with television in a big way, leveraging its massive user base to gain a marketing advantage on rivals like Facebook.

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Oracle patches security issues with Java 7 Update 13

One day after Apple blocked Java 7's latest update from running on OS X, Oracle on Friday released a new version reportedly addressing vulnerabilities seen with the last build.

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Apple issues ninth OS X 10.8.3 beta build to developers

Apple seeded OS X 10.8.3 build 12D61 to developers on Wednesday, marking the second beta the company rolled out in less than a week.

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MacBook firmware updates address inadvertent battery shutdown issue

Apple on Wednesday rolled out updates across its entire MacBook lineup to fix a problem that would cause the laptops' batteries to fail after a certain number of charge cycles.

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Steve Jobs action figure rears articulated head again

A 12-inch collectible action figure depicting late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is once again for sale on a Japanese site, marking at least the second time in a year that a figurine company has attempted to cash in on Jobs' likeness.

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Facebook brings in-app video recording and audio messaging to flagship iOS app

In an update to its universal iOS app on Monday, Facebook joined the voice messaging feature taken from Facebook Messenger with a new in-app video recording asset to give users even more ways to keep in touch with friends.

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EA's Origin to hit Mac in public alpha as rival Steam launches original Half-Life

Over year and a half after its initial launch, the Electronic Arts-backed Origin digital marketplace is finally coming to Mac, though initial buzz surrounding the alpha build's release will be tempered by Valve's decision to debut the 15-year-old classic "Half-Life" for Apple computers through the competing Steam service.

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Apple's 'Get Stuff Done' promotion discounts OS X productivity apps

Apple on Thursday kicked off a three-week promotional campaign offering discounts on a number of productivity apps in the OS X App Store, with each week featuring a new section and a different batch of titles from which to choose.

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Apple alerts developers: iTunes Connect to see 4 hours downtime on Jan. 26

Apple has sent out notification to developers that its iTunes Connect developer portal will be down for four hours on Saturday, January 26.

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Asia-only 'Red Friday' sale announced on Apple's online store

While details of the sale have yet to be revealed, Apple on Tuesday announced that its so-called "Red Friday" sale will take place on Jan. 25 in celebration of the Lunar New Year.

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Apple Online Store highlights iPad, iPad mini for Valentine's Day

Apple on Monday updated its online storefront with special advertising for Valentine's Day featuring seasonal picks highlighting the iPad and iPad mini.

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Rare limited edition Newton MessagePad 110 on eBay for $1,350 [u]

An eBay listing for a clear-bodied, working example of a Newton MessagePad 110 showed up on Monday, offering collectors a chance to get their hands on a rare limited run edition of the Apple PDA.

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Burglar who broke into Steve Jobs' house gets 7-year prison sentence

Kariem McFarlin, the burglar who stole late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs' wallet and multiple computers during a house break-in last year, has been sentenced to serve seven years in a California prison.

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