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Daily Deals: Ultra HD Dell monitor, MSI notebook, Canon EOS Rebel T5i

07/06, 4:00pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for July 6, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've wiped the slate clean of all old deals, with the new batch including an Ultra HD monitor from Dell, an MSI gaming notebook, and a massive Canon EOS Rebel T5i bundle.

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Microsoft reportedly close to RTM Windows 10 build finalization

07/06, 1:54pm

Windows 10 RTM build could arrive this week

Microsoft is allegedly close to finalizing software included in the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version of Windows 10, one that it will be providing to manufacturers to install on their computers, notebooks, and tablets. Sources of The Verge claim the RTM build of Windows 10 will be ready sometime this week, ahead of the new operating system's final release to consumers that is scheduled to take place on July 29.

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App Update: iWatermark Pro, Pixy, HoudahSpot, more

07/06, 1:53pm

App Update for Jul 6, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to iWatermark Pro, Pixy, HoudahSpot, Flip4Mac Player, Hands Off!, Road Trip Planner, and Cocktail (Mavericks Edition).

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MacNN Deals: Protect your passwords, data with these three deals

07/06, 8:59am

Keep your device data and your passwords safe with these three MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the sales available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today's group of offers relate to keeping your online life safe, including managing your various passwords on multiple devices, and protecting your data by backing it up online regularly.

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Exclusive testing: iTunes 12.2 mangling network-shared libraries

07/06, 8:56am

Initial results point to iTunes mishandling of network shares

Over the period of time since iTunes 12.2 was released, MacNN has been receiving spotty reports of iTunes library corruptions. We've begun preliminary testing on the root cause, and a final determination or possible workaround is some time away -- however, w do have solid data pointing to iTunes corrupting libraries hosted over an OS X network share periodically. More problematically, iTunes libraries accessed over an SMB share from either a Windows-based computer or network attached storage (NAS) device are frequently damaged by some iTunes process.

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Apple updates OS X server for Yosemite to 4.1.3

07/06, 7:45am

New version brings Time Machine fixes, Profile Manager update

Hidden inside Apple's flood of releases last week, the Cupertino manufacturer released a point update to OS X Server for OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite. The server package that adds functionality to the base OS X "client" has been incremented to version 4.1.3, and brings security fixes, stability improvements, and importantly improved reliability of Time Machine backups and restores.

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MacNN's Week that Was: June 29 through July 5

07/05, 12:50pm

Sometimes you get the news, sometimes news gets you

Happy post-Fourth of July! We hope you emerged from the holiday unburnt from the sun, the grill, or explosives! Today marks our second iteration of a new column about the stories that entertained us, informed us, or just plain tickled us in the course of the week. We're not just highlighting our own writing -- anything that we've discussed behind the scenes here at MacNN is fair game. Read on for thoughts on the events of the week in the tech world including a bevy of Apple Music stories, just as many OS X tales, and some goofy stories from around the web.

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Pointers: play nearly any media file on your iOS device

07/03, 6:10pm

Third-party app combo make home video playback drop-dead easy

Today's Pointers is going to be a bit short and sweet because, like everyone else in the US, we're itching to get out of the office and engage in dangerous, noisy, polluting activities of an excessive nature. So while you are waiting in the burn unit or drunk tank for either treatment or bail money, here's a great tip for making all that waiting time easier: a simple way to get your iOS devices to play any non-DRM'd audio, photo, or video file format without taking up any space. It's like iTunes Match, but for all kinds of media files.

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Daily Deals: Curved LG monitor, 960GB SSD, Roomba cleaner

07/03, 12:21pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for July 3, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've checked all of yesterday's deals, ruthlessly purged the dead ones, and have added a bunch more, including a sub-$300 960GB SSD, a curved LG monitor, and a Roomba.

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App Update: MacFamilyTree, Maya, Economacs, more

07/03, 12:20pm

App Update for Jul 3, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to MacFamilyTree, Maya, Economacs, Blender, Cinema 4D, Batman Arkham Asylum, and Minco.

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Briefly: EE fined £1M in UK, Unofficial YouTube app on Android Wear

07/03, 11:14am

EE fined by UK telecoms regulator over customer complaint issues

British carrier EE has been fined £1 million ($1.5 million) by regulator Ofcom for failing to resolve customer complaints in a three-year period from July 2011 until April 2014, against Ofcom's Code of Practice. The Next Web reports that EE failed to provide information to consumers about the alternative dispute resolution scheme, a way UK companies and customers can resolve an issue between the two parties by going through an independent body, nor did it send "deadlock letters" to customers when such a stalemate occurs. EE has 20 working days to pay the fine.

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Hands On: GarageBand 10.1 (OS X)

07/02, 5:26pm

GarageBand gets expanded EDM library

Following the launch of Apple Music, Apple pushed out the latest version of GarageBand for both Mac and iOS. GarageBand, as you are likely aware, is Apple's entry-level music production software that ships free with all Macs. While the latest release doesn't do much to change the experience of using the software, it does introduce a range of additional content that can be used to create new music.

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Daily Deals: Bose Solo TV, MacBook Pro, Brother printer

07/02, 3:50pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for July 2, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've checked all of yesterday's deals, ruthlessly purged the dead ones, and have added a bunch more, including the Bose Solo TV Sound System, a refurbished MacBook Pro, and a Brother multifunction printer.

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App Update: RapidWeaver, M3Unity, Printopia, more

07/02, 12:11pm

App Update for Jul 2, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to RapidWeaver, M3Unity, Printopia, OmniFocus, and DNSCrypt.

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MacNN Deals: Three discounted subscriptions for online services

07/02, 12:10pm

Make a business plan, surf in private, back up your data with these MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the sales available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today, we have a trio of online services that can help you back up your data, create a business plan, and privately browse the Internet.

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Some PC users won't get Windows 10 update on July 29 launch day

07/02, 10:50am

Windows 10 to be released to users in waves, following Windows Insiders

Prospective users of Windows 10 may have to wait before being able to use the next version of Microsoft's operating system, the software company has revealed. A blog post advises that it will be rolling out Windows 10 to Windows Insiders first on July 29, then reserved systems will be notified that they can upgrade in waves after the launch date, with subsequent waves increasing in size.

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BlueStacks releases Mac version of Android emulator

07/02, 8:16am

BlueStacks emulator allows Android apps to be used from Mac desktop

BlueStacks has released a completed version of its BlueStacks for Mac app, allowing for Android apps and games to be played from OS X. Originally launched in 2012 in alpha but only being finalized now, the BlueStacks App Player for Mac emulates the same functionality offered by Android tablets and smartphones, but on the desktop, and without the need for users to own an Android device in the first place.

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Briefly: YouTube 60fps mode on mobile, White House lifts camera ban

07/02, 6:29am

Google adds 60fps viewing mode to iOS, Android apps

Google has updated both its iOS and Android apps to allow for playback of 60fps content, reports The Next Web. Originally introduced in October for videos viewed in the browser at 1080p and 720p resolutions, and also implemented for live streams, the 60fps clips can be viewed on a smartphone or tablet, with the majority of the higher frame rate content consisting of gameplay videos.

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Hands On: Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition (OS X, Windows)

07/01, 4:24pm

Full of regret, hands to the wheel, players confront family moments missed

There are moments in the past each one of us wishes have gone differently. From an embarrassing scene we can't live down, to the regret piled on from a missed opportunity, we're reminded how fleeting time can be in hindsight. For some of us, these moments repeat in our minds as we attempt to find a scenario in which all the right things are said and done to alleviate the pain they cause. Bracket Games dives into this character flaw in Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition, a piece of interactive fiction centered on a family in the midst of a turning point. But is it worth reliving harsh times in order to grow, or is Bracket Games setting players up for a lifetime of hurt?

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Pointers: Summer Project: E-publishing, part six

07/01, 2:49pm

Creating e-books and prepping paperbacks

You're at the stage now where you know you will never have to write another word of your book ever again. Meanwhile, we're at the stage of wondering how to break it to you that you still have some writing to do. However, we've decided to build up to that after taking you through the next stage of the e-publishing process. In this part of the Pointers Summer Project, we'll actually, genuinely, thoroughly produce an e-book. We'll also prepare the paperback, and you'll see why that takes a step more.

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Daily Deals: Mariner Software sale, Starbucks brewer, Wi-Fi extender

07/01, 2:35pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for July 1, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've checked all of yesterday's deals, ruthlessly purged the dead ones, and have added a bunch more, including a sale on Mariner Software titles, an effectively-free Wi-Fi range extender, and a Starbucks brewer for $60.

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App Update: CopyQueue, ClamXav, Bloom, more

07/01, 1:47pm

App Update for Jul 1, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to CopyQueue, ClamXav, Bloom, LibreOffice, Microsoft OneNote, and Posternio.

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Living without: iMac – part two, it's back

07/01, 10:14am

It doesn't have that new-Mac smell, but that's okay

Last week we told you what happens when Apple recalls your iMac; in our case, pulls it out of your hands in order to do its recently-announced 3TB hard drive replacement. We also told you that if your iMac is from between December 2012 and September 2013, you should check Apple's site about this and get it sorted. Get it looked at and seen to. However, we then said we expected that this week we'd be telling you: "it came back, we signed more paperwork, we got on with our work." There was more to it than we'd expected, though, and that's only half because we went through more withdrawal symptoms than we imagined possible.

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Briefly: QuickTime Windows update, Apple Q3 call announced

06/30, 9:30pm

First QuickTime update in nearly three months focuses on security

In addition to an avalanche of updates ranging from major to security-patches-only, Apple has released QuickTime 7.7.7 for Windows, the first update to the multimedia technology since early April. The update fixes a clutch of security issues with the QT Media Foundation, which could allow a maliciously-crafted file to lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution. The root cause of the issue, multiple memory corruption issues, were addressed through improved memory handling.

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Hands On: White Noise 5.8 (iOS, OS X, Android)

06/30, 6:57pm

An ambient sound app to relax by, sleep to, or make your own soundscapes

Remember those scenes in the 1992 comedy Cousin Vinny, where Joe Pesci's character couldn't sleep in the rural quiet of the small country town he was visiting. He didn't get a good night's rest until somebody sent him a recording of his New York neighborhood at night. Noise can either keep you awake, or lull you to sleep. White Noise by TMsoft is an app that provides ambient soundscapes, paired with an alarm clock and the ability to record and loop our own "perfectly quiet" environment sounds. We tried out White Noise for iOS on our iPhone 5, and we were often surprised and delighted by the experience.

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Apple updates Garageband, iBooks Author, iMovie

06/30, 6:23pm

Garageband hits version 10.1 adds drummers, new loops, more

Apple continued with its cascade of updates on Tuesday with updates to iBooks Author (now at version 2.3) and Garageband (version 10.1), alongside an earlier update for iMovie (updated to v10.0.9). The Garageband update is the most significant of the three, bringing a wealth of new drummers, drum kits, and synthesizer patches, mostly focused on electronic dance music (EDM) and Hip Hop.

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Mac users seeing request to upgrade to unreleased iTunes 12.2 [u]

06/30, 4:53pm

Lack of update preventing Apple Music from arriving on Macs

[Update: iTunes 12.2 now released at 6PM ET] While iOS users are experiencing changes related to Apple Music, Mac users are also seeing things fall into place, but at a far slower pace. Before Mac users will be able to use Apple Music and listen to Beats 1, they will have to upgrade iTunes from the current version 12.1.2 to version 12.2 -- an update which is currently unavailable to download by users, and is conspicuous by its absence on a day when Apple has overloaded it servers with a plethora of major, minor, and security updates.

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Hands On: Apple Music (iOS, OS X, Windows)

06/30, 3:13pm

Despite launch confusion, it's excellent

Just spotted on one of our reviewers' Facebook page: a music fan has written "so long Spotify, it was good while it lasted." Time will tell -- specifically three months of time, as that's how long Apple's giving for free -- but we're already impressed with Apple Music. Not so impressed, however, with the expected problem of it being difficult to download the necessary updates while everyone else in the world was trying to grab them too. Actively disappointed with the unexpected issues facing some unknown number of iTunes Match users, as well. Yet in terms of what Apple Music does, and what it's like, we actually are impressed.

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Daily Deals: 128GB iPad Air, GoPro Hero3+, Samsung curved HDTV

06/30, 1:40pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 30, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've checked all of yesterday's deals, ruthlessly purged the dead ones, and have added a bunch more, including a cheap GoPro Hero3+, a cut-price 128GB iPad Air, and a Samsung 48-inch curved HDTV for $700.

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App Update: Pro Media Tools, Angband, Macgo Blu-ray Player, more

06/30, 1:28pm

App Update for June 30

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to Pro Media Tools, Angband, Macgo Blu-ray Player, MKV2M4V, UninstallPKG, Pixave, and iMovie.

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Apple updates OS X to 10.10.4; includes networking, Mail, Photos fixes

06/30, 11:16am

New update excises troublesome DiscoveryD service, much more

Updated with Trimforce inclusion in new version. In an update flurry this morning, Apple has also debuted OS X 10.10.4. In addition to Apple's general fixes included in every update, the revision includes the excision of DiscoveryD and replacement with its former technology, mDNSResponder, for improved networking reliability, a fix to an external monitor issue, and a rectification of a JavaScript exploit in Safari.

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App Update: Ableton Live, Cute DJ, Freeway Pro, more

06/29, 2:21pm

App Update for June 29

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to Ableton Live, Freeway Pro, Mac App Blocker, CuteDJ, Skip Tunes, and Typinator.

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Hands On: Nekoze 1.3.2 (OS X)

06/29, 1:41pm

Excruciating and/or sweetly useful posture app

We'd thought the coffee meeting was going well until the person we were trying so hard to impress said: "You know your posture is really hunched over, don't you?" We didn't, and now we're worried about it. Worried enough to install Nekoze 1.3.2, but possibly not quite so worried as to keep it installed.

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Apple to release iOS 8.4 tomorrow, upgrade iTunes Match in fall

06/29, 1:14pm

Virtual locker included with paid Apple Music, to expand to 100,000 songs

Through confirmations, now-deleted posts, and a series of tweets, Apple has revealed that iOS 8.4 will be released tomorrow, June 30, at 8AM PT (11AM ET), and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue has clarified how iTunes Match and the paid Apple Music subscription service will work together. In addition, Senior Director of Apple Music (and former Beats CEO) Ian C. Rogers revealed that with the arrival of iOS 9, the cloud music locker both services share will expand to hold 100,000 or more songs.

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Railroad crossing locations to be highlighted in Google Maps

06/29, 12:43pm

Notifications of upcoming railroad crossings an attempt to lower yearly death count

Drivers using Google Maps for navigation will soon find they will receive more notifications regarding rail crossings. The Federal Railroad Administration is said to be working with Google to add the locations of all grade crossings in the United States to the navigation app, with the turn-by-turn instructions also set to receive extra audio and visual alerts when nearing crossings, in a bid to lower the number of accidents at crossings.

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Pointers: Go Further with Syncing Google and Apple Calendars

06/29, 8:33am

More on making Apple Calendar and Google Calendar play nice

Last week Pointers covered scratching an itch that had come up for us: the need for certain people to see our calendars despite their being on Google and our being on Apple Calendar. The short version is that you can do it but it's a bit fiddly and involved a workaround. It turns out, though, that we need a longer version because all that worked fine when these people were in our group company Google Calendar. Now the people who needs to see it the most are not: they're remote workers and what they really require is to have our calendar appear alongside their own.

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Hands On: Cogmind (PC)

06/29, 7:20am

Quirky roguelike offers some serious challenges in a future-meets-past sci-fi setting

We've covered a couple of roguelikes here before, so we're getting pretty good at sorting out what elements make up a worthwhile roguelike, and what ones can sink an otherwise good game. Today we bring you a more traditional roguelike, with tons of retro flavor and a somewhat rare sci-fi setting. We're offering up Cogmind, a choose-your-own-adventure sort of roguelike that offers up lots of challenge.

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Briefly: BBM update includes $1 private chats, Malwarebytes amnesty

06/29, 7:15am

BlackBerry adds private chat function to $1 BBM monthly subscription

The latest update to BlackBerry Messenger for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry 10 devices adds more paid-for security functions to the service. The current timed and retracted messages options have been rolled into a similarly-priced $1-per-month Privacy and Control subscription, with the new Private Chat function able to strip out names and profile pictures after a short period of time, minimizing the usefulness of taking a screenshot of a conversation. The Android version of the app has also received a Material Design overhaul, while iOS users will now find their in-app font sizes will be based on the size selected in system settings.

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Hands On: Kindle 4.9.1 (OS X, iOS)

06/28, 11:48am

Leading e-reader software gets extremely overdue features

The latest release of Amazon's Kindle software for iOS and Macs is devoted to improving how text looks on your screen as you read. Excuse us? With Kindle 4.9.1, it's five years since the application came to Apple gear and only now it's concerned with how you read on it?

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Hands On: Tonality and Tonality Pro (OS X)

06/26, 5:02pm

Make customized B&W images that do more than remove color

Most people who don't work with the medium of black and white (B&W) photography regularly often assume that a B&W photo is simply one in which the color elements have been removed. Nothing could be further from the truth. In addition to being able to change to emphasis and tone of a B&W photo by using color filters, there are as many "looks," styles, film stocks, and manipulations one can make to change the feel of an image in B&W as there are in color. MacPhun's Tonality app is a program that truly "gets" this.

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App Update: CrossOver, BirdFont, FotoMagico, more

06/26, 2:21pm

App Update for June 26

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to CrossOver, BirdFont, FotoMagico, AdwareMedic, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum, and WebDrive.

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Daily Deals: Canon multifunction printer, Monoprice camera, Apple TV

06/26, 2:18pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 26, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware and software for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. In the post are all the still active deals from earlier this week, with new sales featuring a ridiculously cheap multifunction laser printer, an action camera for $60, and a $55 Apple TV deal.

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Forums: monitor troubles, save preferences and more

06/26, 9:43am

monitor troubles, save preferences and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members discuss topics including monitor troubles and save preferences. One Fresh-Faced Recruit has turned to the forums this week expressing frustration with an external monitor that keeps displaying a "No Signal" message, and so far a solution has yet to be found. Mac Elite "rotuts" is trying to figure out how to save files to folders other than the default "documents" folder.

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Second MacKeeper security flaw found, being actively exploited

06/25, 5:00pm

Website can mimic malware report from software, thus obtaining admin password

Users of controversial utility software MacKeeper who are not up-to-date on the latest version are vulnerable to a serious security flaw that can trick users into passing their admin passwords onto attackers, thus leaving the Mac vulnerable to a complete remote takeover. Though the problem has been fixed in version 3.4.1 of the much-maligned "cleanup" utility, the flaw is being actively exploited in the wild by attackers preying on users who have not updated.

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Hands On: Cleanup Suite 5.0.3 (iOS)

06/25, 3:04pm

Find and merge duplicate contacts on iOS

Gone are the days when you can't make any more friends whose names begin with E. Now there's no page to fill up and no reason not to just keep on adding everyone you come across. So we do. And it's a mess. Last year you added that fella your boss said you should get in touch with. This year the same guy contacted you and you cheerily added him again. Whatever you do and however fastidious you are, your address book is in a state and Cleanup Suite 5.0.3 is here to do something about it.

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Daily Deals: UE Mini Boom, 42-inch Ultra HD TV, iPad Air

06/25, 1:57pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 25, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware and software for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. In the post are all the still active deals from earlier this week, with new sales featuring a cheap 4k 42-inch television, an iPad Air, and the UE Mini Boom.

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App Update: Poster, VirusBarrier X8, Sync Folder Pro, more

06/25, 12:46pm

App Update for June 25

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to Poster, VirusBarrier X8, Sync Folders Pro, PhotoSync, HoudahGeo, and Audio Switcher.

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MacNN Deals: Improve your productivity with Mac apps

06/25, 12:28pm

Three deals that can help you work more efficiently with your Mac

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the sales available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today's collection of items revolves around making your usage of your Mac easier and more efficient, including dictation software, a deal that could help you back up your data, and a bundle of essential software items.

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Facebook Messenger now works without social network account

06/25, 8:57am

Users able to register on Messenger separately from Facebook

Facebook is making it easier for potential users of its Messenger app to sign up, by removing the requirement to have a Facebook account beforehand. Starting with Canada, the United States, Peru, and Venezuela, the app will allow anyone to sign up without having an existing account with the social network, with a new signup process requiring a user to set themselves up using their phone number, name, and a photograph for the profile.

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Samsung installing software to disable automatic Windows Updates

06/25, 7:32am

New Samsung notebooks have Windows Update-disabling software installed

Samsung is preventing some of its customers from performing Windows Updates automatically, it has been discovered. A small app going by the name of Disable_Windowsupdate.exe has been found to be installed on some new Samsung notebooks, with the app's sole purpose being denying the computer from downloading any important security updates or drivers from Microsoft's service, so that Samsung's own driver-updating software can work instead.

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