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Heard off the wire today about a new venture called iGoogle which will allow users to share their own writings, photos, lists and other creative efforts, as well as to give consumers personalized views of the Web through use of their geographical location and search history. This week, iGoogle personalized Web search will be available in 40 countries and 26 languages, up from 22 nations and 15 languages where personalization is now offered. Thought this was a great idea by Google just think they may be trying to ride the I name like Applies iPhone and iPod makes me wonder is Apple and Google are going to announce a partnership of some kind.

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Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2007

Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2007

Alice Pretchet writes in her blog this June 11-15 , the center of the Mac universe will be in downtown San Francisco, as developers from around the globe come together for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. At WWDC, you’ll work hands-on with the latest developer tools, learn best practices for choosing and using the latest APIs and make the most of the latest features and services in Mac OS X. And once you have registered for the event you get a Mac OS X Leapord Early Start Kit which includes

Pre Release Versions of Mac OS X Leapord and Xcode 3.0

Exclusive accesss to the Leapord Dev Center with documentation and code samples

WWDC 2006 videos, featuring Leapord sessions, through ADC and iTunes

Alice I will see you there girl was so glad to hear you could make the event I am already looking for some hot spots to party aftwards

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Apple Mac OS and Safari: Virus Targets

Apple Mac OS and Safari: Virus Targets

Apple’s Mac OS was included in the SANS Institute list of top 20 security vulnerabilities for 2005 because of its susceptibility to viruses, reports an Associated Press article on Boston.com. The institute also reported holes in Safari, Apple’s Internet browser.

 I think all the big boys are targets regardless this is a little surprising this made front page news. I wonder what is to come of it.

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