Apple has updated and released a few knowledgebase articles, covering issues with iPhoto videos not working in iMovie, the keyboard and character pallets displaying when the system prompts for authentication, image resolution requirements for iPhoto books, and troubleshooting tips for wireless keyboards and mice.… Read more
Apple has updated a few knowledgebase documents covering a few issues people may have with MacBook and MacBook Pro computers. These include information on mouse cursors behaving unexpectedly, problems and solutions for slot-loading optical drives, and stacked computers going to sleep.… Read more
Apple has released and updated a few troubleshooting articles covering problems people have been having with iWork and iLife applications after updating to 10.6.2, with using VoiceOver on headless Macs, and when trying to activate iPhones.… Read more
Apple has updated a couple of knowledgebase articles that may be useful for MacBook users. The articles cover how to enable and disable the built-in sudden motion sensor in MacBook and PowerBook computers, and also how to use the glass multi-touch track pad.… Read more
Apple has issued a number of iPod and iPhone related knowledgebase updates in the past week, covering topics on how to activate the iPhones and transfer data between them, or purchase content. On the Mac side of things, the only new article is one on MobileMe iDisk Full errors and related problems.… Read more
Apple has updated a few knowledgebase articles which may be useful for people trying to set up and use their Macs. The recent updates cover a number of topics, including adding shared windows printers, protecting files on MobileMe iDisks, using multiple iPods with one computer, and information on the new iFrame format in iMovie '09.… Read more
Apple has updated and released a few troubleshooting-based knowledgebase articles, which cover a few recommendations and current problems that people are experiencing in OS 10.5 and 10.6, including keyboard issues on MacBooks, the use of home directories on FAT32 volumes, and keychain issues at login.… Read more
Check Point Software Technologies, maker of ZoneAlarm, on Wednesday said it is working with Microsoft to resolve an issue with one of the patches within the software maker's July 2008 Patch Tuesday release.
At issue is the Microsoft Update KB951748 (MS08-037) from Microsoft, which addresses the flaw in DNS made public on Tuesday by security researcher Dan Kaminsky.
For ZoneAlarm customers who have automatic update selected for Windows Updates, and whose ZoneAlarm Internet security level is set to "high," they will experience a loss of Internet connectivity upon reboot.
ZoneAlarm users without automatic update may wish to … Read more
If you live in real-estate hell--as in New York or San Francisco--then every square inch of living space can be the difference between solvency and homelessness. That's just one practical reason for the "KB-Dock" keyboard, which Chip Chick says "tries to pack in everything but the kitchen sink."
In addition to its most obvious feature, a detachable iPod dock, the keyboard includes 14 media hotkeys and a 10-in-1 memory card reader. If it just included a Murphy bed, it could qualify as a Manhattan studio.