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Briefly: Moshi's new Apple accessories, PrivacyScan 1.4 for Mavericks

updated 05:30 pm EST, Sat November 23, 2013

AT&T now selling new Moshi case for iPhone 5c, earbud headphones

Moshi, a mobile accessories company, announced the availability of its two new products - Mythro earbuds and the iGlaze Remix case for iPhone 5c - that are now available on ATT.com and in select AT&T stores. Released in anticipation of the holiday shopping season, the new product additions join the already existing Moshi offerings available through AT&T, such as its origami-style iPad case and bubble-free iPhone screen protector.




Moshi's Mythro earbuds aim to be a high-calibre budget option for headphone users, featuring an integrated microphone, aluminum housing and three pairs of silicone tips. Offering strong bass and crisper sound than earbuds with plastic housings, the earbuds are available in gold, silver, white, purple and red. The iGlaze Remix for iPhone 5c offers a redesigned Moshi case with a high gloss finish. Flexible, the case provides a slim fit while remaining protective from bumps and shocks. The iGlaze Remix is available in yellow, green, blue, white or pink, all are color-matched to Apple's iPhone 5c color styles. Both products are available for purchase for $30.

PrivacyScan 1.4 increases OS X Mavericks security, 15-day trial

SecureMac announced its new release of PrivacyScan 1.4 this week, offering increased security settings for OS X Mavericks. Able to alert users of of privacy threats, PrivacyScan provides protection by scanning one's computer system for files that have the potent to compromise security. Offering multiple levels of file "shredding", files are unretrievable and thus safely erased.




Users of PrivacyScan can customize file scanning by selecting specific apps for privacy threats. Version 1.4 adds specifically designed features for Mavericks, for effectively wiping digital footprints after Internet usage and seeking privacy threats particularly targeting the latest OS. Additionally, its user interface has been modified, along with other improvements. Available as a 15-day free trial, the full version of PrivacyScan 1.4 can be downloaded for $15 from the App Store, or directly from SecureMac.




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