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Changes are coming for Chrome users who are running Mac OS X Leopard. According to reports in Ars Technica and CNET, Google is dropping support for OS X 10.5 with Chrome version 22.0.1201.0, which is now available in Chrome's developer channel. This version will make its way eventually into the p...

July 11th 2012 at 12:30pm 0 Comments
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Just as we catch wind that Apple's released the Gold Master version of Mountain Lion, the latest version of Chrome to hit the browser's developer channel -- that's version 22.0.1201.0, for the record -- isn't so supportive of OSX 10.5 and lower. Perhaps Leopard enthusiasts should take this as a fr...

July 10th 2012 at 4:03pm 0 Comments
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It took LaCie nearly a full year to ship the 2big USB 3.0 RAID drive -- a device that was announced in the fall of 2009 -- but now that it's here, it's being accompanied by a concept that actually far outshines the unit itself: USB 3.0 on a Mac. For whatever reason, Apple has refused to offer Sup...

December 17th 2010 at 2:45pm 0 Comments
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Digg It's been well over three years since we saw OS X hacked onto Sony's VAIO UX, meaning that it's just about time for yet another of yesteryear's best tablets to receive the OS that Apple refuses to place on its own tablet. Thanks to dedicated code junkies over at xda developers, HTC's ill-fat...

September 26th 2010 at 10:05am 0 Comments
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ZeeVee has announced a Mac version of its Zinc video browser. Aimed ata TV-compatible interface to any streaming website Zinc should run on any Intel Mac running OS X 10.5. Specifically pointing out boxee, Zinc says users can create access to new sites just by adding an rss feed to their favorites...

June 4th 2009 at 4:37pm 0 Comments
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Alright, so you've had seven whole days (and a few minutes now on the East coast, but who's counting?) to wrap your loving / skeptical arms around Apple's latest operating system, toss it on your machine and test out "300+ new features" that Cupertino managed to include. During the past week, we --...

November 2nd 2007 at 6:18pm 0 Comments
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If you want a blowout, a blowout is what you'll get. Just as we did for Microsoft's Vista, we're serving up an unboxing of Apple's latest operating system hours before it's slated to go on sale. Thanks to the wonders of on-time early delivery, a certain individual managed to unbox his copy of Leopa...

October 26th 2007 at 9:34am 0 Comments
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It's not a huge surprise, but Apple's gone ahead and posted a note confirming that Leopard will not support Classic, even on PowerPC machines. Of course, Intel Macs have never been able to run Classic anyway, so only like Hypercard user groups and the three printshops still running QuarkXPress 4 wi...

October 25th 2007 at 5:16pm 0 Comments
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As dozens of commenters have noted, Leopard pre-orders have started shipping out from Apple's magical workshops, and since the votes are resoundingly in favor of blowout coverage, we're getting ready to bring it to you. It doesn't look like anyone's gotten a (legitimate) copy yet, but rest assured...

October 25th 2007 at 3:13pm 0 Comments
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With just three days to go before Leopard hits the scene, Apple's gone ahead and made Boot Camp unavailable to download -- a move that shouldn't surprise anyone, because we knew it was coming the day Leopard was announced. Tiger users with Boot Camp partitions who aren't ready to make the leap to L...

October 23rd 2007 at 6:32pm 0 Comments