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Tuesday February 24

12:20
Xserve (Early 2009): Power consumption and thermal...

Learn about the power consumption and thermal output of Xserve (Early 2009) computers.

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12:10
If Lion Server has share points and privileges you...

When migrating data and settings from Lion Server to OS X Server (Mountain Lion), previously configured share points will not be retained. Make note of any existing share points prior to migration.

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12:10
If Lion Server has share points and privileges you...

When migrating data and settings from Lion Server to OS X Server (Mountain Lion), previously configured share points will not be retained. Make note of any existing share points prior to migration.

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11:38
If you can't send or receive messages on your...

You might see an exclamation mark next to a message you try to send, or you might not receive messages that someone sends to you. These steps can help. 

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09:00
From classroom to school–introducing OneNote Staff...

A lot has changed since the beginning of this school year for schools and districts using OneNote. The release of OneNote Class Notebooks has customers like Kirk Wheeler, Head of School at St. Thomas School, saying it has brought about, “The most significant and organic change process ever in the school. Seamless and keeps up with teachers.”
We received feedback from educators about how to make OneNote Class Notebook better for their teaching. We incorporated it almost immediately into the tool, making it available in new languages and markets worldwide and providing training resources and example lesson plans educators needed to get started with OneNote in their classrooms with OneNoteForTeachers.com and Bing in the... | Read more »

Monday February 23

14:50
Apple Web Server notifications

This article provides credit to people who have reported potential security issues in Apple's web servers.

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11:53
Crash Logs in Xcode 6.3 beta 2

The new Apple crash reports service is now available in Xcode 6.3 beta 2. Apps that you’ve submitted with debug symbols to the App Store and to TestFlight will have their crash log data collected and aggregated into crash reports that will automatically download into Xcode. The enhanced Organizer window makes it easy to triage your crashes, jump directly to the offending code, and mark a crash as resolved. Learn more by reading Crashes Organizer Help.

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11:53
Crash Logs in Xcode 6.3 beta 2

The new Apple crash reports service is now available in Xcode 6.3 beta 2. Apps that you’ve submitted with debug symbols to the App Store and to TestFlight will have their crash log data collected and aggregated into crash reports that will automatically download into Xcode. The enhanced Organizer window makes it easy to triage your crashes, jump directly to the offending code, and mark a crash as resolved. Learn more by reading Crashes Organizer Help.

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10:00
Students worldwide can now check eligibility for f...

Last week, at a public event held by the New York City Department of Education, New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced free Office for all of their 1.1M students plus teachers. The room—filled with students and teachers—erupted with cheers.
But New York is not alone.
Millions of students around the world are eligible for free Office from their school and today we are announcing that we’ve made it easy for all eligible students globally to sign up themselves to get Office 365 and install free Office.*
That includes the 5.5 million eligible students in Australia, the nearly 5 million eligible students in Germany, 7 million more in Brazil, 1.3 million at Anadolu University in Turkey, every student in Hong Kong and millions more.
This service was previously... | Read more »

09:10
Tap Heroes - Idle RPG Action (Games)

Tap Heroes - Idle RPG Action 2.4
Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $.99, Version: 2.4 (iTunes)

Description:
Embark on an epic journey through the lands to grow ever stronger and defeat your enemies.Tap your way through forests, deserts, caves, jungles, swamps and more as you grow ever more powerful and face tougher opponents and creatures.Defeat bosses to travel to new areas and recruit new heroes to join your adventure.Your mighty warrior can attack enemies at a rapid speed and still stand to shield the group from harm.Your healing mage will use healing magic to heal your wounds.Your skilled rogue will shoot poisonous arrows that damage your enemies over time and slow arrows to hinder their advance.Tap with your godly powers to hurt your enemies and heal your heroes. Or unleash your wrath on your enemies with awesome powers while blessing your heroes with... | Read more »

09:00
First time authoring and publishing enhancements f...

It’s been a while since we last posted, and we wanted to share some of the more recent improvements in the Office Mix editing environment. The new Office Mix is easier than ever to use, with some cool features that make authoring easier for first time customers, and other features for more seasoned users that make re-publishing a snap.
Easier authoring
For customers new to Office Mix, we’ve made it easier to get started with some enhanced experiences to guide you through the process. For example, after you first install (or reinstall) Office Mix, the setup process automatically reminds you to open PowerPoint to see the new MIX tab on the PowerPoint ribbon to help you get started creating your Mix.

When you’re ready to create your first mix, just click the Getting Started... | Read more »

09:00
iOS 8.3 beta 2 Now Available

iOS 8.3 beta 2 Now Available

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09:00
iOS 8.3 beta 2 Now Available

iOS 8.3 beta 2 Now Available

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09:00
Xcode 6.3 beta 2 with Swift 1.2 Now Available

Xcode 6.3 beta 2 with Swift 1.2 Now Available

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09:00
Xcode 6.3 beta 2 with Swift 1.2 Now Available

Xcode 6.3 beta 2 with Swift 1.2 Now Available

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09:00
OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 (14D87h) Now Available

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 (14D87h) Now Available

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09:00
OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 (14D87h) Now Available

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 (14D87h) Now Available

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09:00
Support corner webcast—troubleshoot Office Outlook...

Join us this Tuesday, February 24th 2015 at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. ET for a discussion on “Troubleshooting Some of the Office Outlook 2013 Features.”  We’ll start from the very beginning of setting up a mailbox through MOP and configuring Outlook for first use.  We’ll then explore one of the main features of Outlook—accessing shared mailboxes and calendars, common reasons for doing so, including the manager and delegate relationship as it pertains to Outlook.
Presenter—David Sanchez is a 23-year veteran senior support escalation engineer at Microsoft.  He has supported Windows, Word, Exchange and began supporting Outlook since its release in 1997.
Join Lync Meeting  | Conference ID: 215824918
Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have... | Read more »

06:00
Office in Cherokee

In celebration UNESCO’s International Mother Language Day on February 21st, we honor the efforts of the Cherokee Nation for embracing their language. The Cherokee Nation Language Program’s goal is to ensure Cherokee language lives on for future generations. “The Cherokee language is one of the most important aspects of who we are as a tribe, and many elements of our culture are contained in our language. Our language offers more than communication. It transmits cultural knowledge and a mode of thinking that is uniquely Cherokee. To lose our language would mean a huge loss of part of our heritage.” says Roy Boney, Cherokee language program manager.
Today’s post was written by Alfred Hellstern, senior international project manager at Microsoft.
When the Cherokee Nation wanted to continue to expand technology to their users with localized versions of applications and services that they use every day, the Microsoft Local... | Read more »

Sunday February 22

18:34
Learning iOS Security Now Available for Pre-Orders

Boom. 3 books in about 6 months. The next, and likely last for a few months at least, book is finally ready. Written with Allister Banks, Learning iOS Security is a look into iOS Security for those coming to the Apple platform. It’s meant for business, enterprise, infosec.

 
The first chapter, as I’ve done in a few previous books, was written as a quick and dirty “oh, this is all you’re gonna’ read, cool” type of thing. In security, 90 percent (or more) of the work is done in the first 10 percent of the time. I have this theory (unproven) that each percent represents a j curve in cost increase and when you hit 99, each .1 continues, then each.01, etc. No one can be truly secure.
Also, as I’ve done in the past, the final chapter looks at a few forensics options and tools. Allister was the... | Read more »

Friday February 20

09:00
Office 365 news round-up

Patience may be a virtue, but few things are more frustrating than being forced to wait for something you need right away. One of the great things about Office 365 is that you’re always up to date. You don’t have to wait for new features and capabilities. You get them automatically, as soon as they’re available.
One area where we know customers don’t want to wait is with the security and privacy features of our products.  Microsoft recently became the first major cloud provider to adopt ISO/IEC 27018, the world’s first international standard for protecting the privacy of personal data stored in the cloud. We also achieved the highest possible rating for our compliance with... | Read more »

09:00
Extended email retention for deleted items in Offi...

We’ve all been there, you search for an email or calendar invite in Outlook only to find that it isn’t there anymore. Until now deleted items were moved into the Deleted Items folder, then they would disappear after being in that folder for 30 days. With this update, the length of time items remain in the Deleted Items folder is extended to indefinitely or according to the duration set by your administrator. So that email or calendar invite you were looking for is still there if you search for it later—even if you accidentally deleted it.
If you are an Office 365 administrator, this means we’ll be updating the Default MRM Policy for everyone using Exchange Online over the next month. As an administrator, you also have control over this behavior. If you want to keep the 30-day policy or set a custom retention period, that can be done as well and you don’t even need to wait for the change. Also, if you have already created a custom MRM policy, (as long as it... | Read more »

04:07
TA15-051A: Lenovo “Superfish” Adware Vulnerable to...

Original release date: February 20, 2015
Systems Affected
Lenovo consumer PCs that have Superfish VisualDiscovery installed and potentially others.
Overview
“Superfish” adware installed on some Lenovo PCs install a non-unique trusted root certification authority (CA) certificate, allowing an attacker to spoof HTTPS traffic.
Description
Starting in as early as 2010, Lenovo has pre-installed Superfish VisualDiscovery spyware on some of their PCs. This software intercepts users’ web traffic to provide targeted advertisements.  In order to intercept encrypted connections (those using HTTPS), the software installs a trusted root CA certificate for “Superfish.” All browser-based encrypted traffic to the Internet is intercepted, decrypted, and re-encrypted to the user’s browser by the application - a classic “man in the middle” attack.  Because the certificates used by Superfish are signed by the CA installed by the software, the browser... | Read more »

01:00
Mac Apps That Use Garbage Collection Must Move to...

Beginning May 1, 2015, new Mac apps and app updates submitted to the Mac App Store may no longer use garbage collection, which was deprecated in OS X Mountain Lion. Instead, migrate your apps to Automatic Reference Counting, using the migration assistant in Xcode to help with this transition. Apps may continue to use retain/release for manual memory management. For more information, read the Transitioning to ARC Release Notes.

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01:00
Mac Apps That Use Garbage Collection Must Move to...

Beginning May 1, 2015, new Mac apps and app updates submitted to the Mac App Store may no longer use garbage collection, which was deprecated in OS X Mountain Lion. Instead, migrate your apps to Automatic Reference Counting, using the migration assistant in Xcode to help with this transition. Apps may continue to use retain/release for manual memory management. For more information, read the Transitioning to ARC Release Notes.

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The first ever action 3D card battler Al...
On the other hand, you probably haven’t played an action 3D card battler – until now. Step forward, All Star Legion. All Star Legion is a 3D QTE-based action RPG card battler, but fear not – the game itself isn’t as convoluted as its description. You collect over thirty heroes to train and summon into battle with you, first deciding on the timing... | Read more »
Travel Back to the 1980s With the Making...
Headup Games has released a hilarious making of video for its upcoming title, Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic. The game is a RPG/Roguelike where you control three heroes set to save the township of Pixton from an evil cult called The Sons of Dawn. They’re going to summon up some ancient, terrible god so you had better work fast to thwart the cult’s... | Read more »
Heavenstrike Rivals Review
Heavenstrike Rivals Review By Campbell Bird on March 2nd, 2015 Our Rating: :: HEAVENLY STRATEGICUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Despite a few flaws, this free-to-play strategy game is a fun mix of new and old strategy formulas.   | Read more »
Get The Whole Story – Lone Wolf Complete...
Get The Whole Story – Lone Wolf Complete is Now Available and On Sale Posted by Jessica Fisher on February 27th, 2015 [ permalink ] Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad | Read more »
Who Wore it Best? The Counting Dead vs....
Like it or not, the “clicker” genre, popularized by cute distractions like Candy Box and Cookie Clicker, seems like it’s here to stay. So Who Wore it Best? takes a look at two recent examples: The Counting Dead and AdVenture Capitalist. | Read more »
Card Crawl, the Mini Deck Building Game,...
Card Crawl, the Mini Deck Building Game, is Coming Soon Posted by Jessica Fisher on February 27th, 2015 [ permalink ] Tinytouchtales and Mexer have announced their new game, | Read more »
Witness an all new puzzle mechanic in Bl...
Well, BlastBall MAX is not one of those games and is bucking trends such as timers, elements of randomness, and tacked-on mechanics in favor of pure puzzle gameplay. When you first boot up the game you’ll see a grid made up of squares that are each filled with four circle-shaped holes in it, and some of those holes will have yellow balls sitting... | Read more »
This Princess Has a Dragon and She isn’t...
This Princess Has a Dragon and She isn’t Afraid to Useit. | Read more »
Mecha Showdown Review
Mecha Showdown Review By Lee Hamlet on February 27th, 2015 Our Rating: :: IN A SPINUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Mecha Showdown replaces traditional buttons with a slot machine mechanic in this robot fighting game, but the thrill of the gamble just isn’t there.   | Read more »
Reliance Games and Dreamworks Unveil Rea...
Reliance Games and Dreamworks Unveil Real Steel Champions Posted by Ellis Spice on February 27th, 2015 [ permalink ] Reliance Games and Dreamworks have announced that a third game in | Read more »
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