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Q&A on Trojan Horse
Following up on the breaking report about the Trojan Horse for Mac OS X (first reported by MacNN yesterday along with several details), Apple yesterday responded to the security threat by saying that it was "aware of the potential issue identified by Intego and are working proactively to investigate it." Meanwhile, Intego offered a Q&A About MP3Concept Trojan Horse.
Forums: trojan horse...
Topics of discussion on the MacNN forums today include: protecting a PowerBook's screen from keyboard damage; speculation about future Power Mac G5 specs; further discussion of iMac "green light" issues; the recent Mac OS X virus/trojan horse threat; the latest themes and Mac OS X GUI customizations from members and developers; discussion of the new Command and Conquer: Generals game for Mac.
Tech: \'Net taxes...
Tech news: Some U.S. states want citizens to hand over unpaid sales taxes for 'Net purchases; after recent years of gloomy forecasts, the outlook for advertising dependent Internet companies grew brighter on Thursday following Yahoo's report of strong quarterly earnings; Virginia authorities said a North Carolina woman would join her brother as a defendant in a "spam" e-mail case that could net each up to 20 years in prison.
Apple aims at architects
Apple is appealing to architects with the Digital Architects Tour, which takes place next month, according to Macworld U.K.. There's two UK shows: one in Manchester on May 4, the other in London May 6. They aim to show architects how they can employ Apple and digital technologies in their work. A message on the Digital Architect Web site reads: "Come and see how you can fully exploit the potential offered by the convergence of digital media into the design process." Featured application include: SketchUp, VectorWorks, Piranesi, FastTrack Schedule and Cinema 4D to improve your workflow. The show travels across Europe during May and June.
Apple Kansas City store
"While other national retailers are just scoping out the Country Club Plaza, one chain appears to have made a commitment," reports The Kansas City Star. Apple has posted seven job openings on its Web site for a new Plaza store, even though Apple typically does not announce a new store until two weeks before it opens, said Jane Rauckhorst, senior manager, retail public relations. Apple has stores in St. Louis but none in the Kansas City area or Missouri. There are now 77 in the United States and one in Japan.
Plone 2.0 CMS
The Plone Team has announced the release of Plone 2.0, the latest version of its open source Content Management System. Plone 2.0 offers significant productivity gains for content managers and developers. It includes an intuitive interface and out-of-the-box features such as time-based content publishing and role-based authoring and publishing. The release also offers a streamlined interface, conformity with government standards, management of add-ons, and advanced security configuration. Plone was the highest-voted open source project for the O'Reilly pavilion at COMDEX and was the only open source system at the Jupiter Content Management Conference.
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