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New Apple Mac mini gets HDMI, GeForce 320M & chassis update

Apple has finally unveiled its new Mac mini, and as expected the ultra-compact desktop packs an HDMI port along with “up to twice the graphics performance” and an SD card slot.  The new, smaller Apple Mac mini comes with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, 320GB HDD and NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics; the regular model has a slot-loading 8x DVD burner, but as before an OS X Snow Leopard Server version will be offered with no optical drive but two 500GB HDDs instead.

The server version also gets 4GB of RAM as standard.  Both models have WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, along with four USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire 800 port, an HDMI port and a Mini DisplayPort, together with gigabit ethernet.  There’s also audio in/out (which double as digital in/out) and an HDMI to DVI adapter in the box.

Now measuring 7.7 inches square and 1.4 inches thin with an integrated PSU, the new Mac mini uses less than 10W when idle; it also has a convenient access panel on the underside for upgrading memory and storage.  The Apple Mac mini starts at $699, while the Mac mini server version starts at $999; both are available now.

Press Release:

Apple Unveils All New Mac mini

CUPERTINO, Calif., June 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Apple® today unveiled a completely redesigned Mac® mini, featuring up to twice the graphics performance, a new HDMI port and a new SD card slot, all in an amazingly compact aluminum enclosure. Mac mini is the world’s most energy efficient desktop and starting at $699, is the most affordable way to enjoy Mac OS® X, iLife® or Mac OS X Snow Leopard® Server.

“The sleek, aluminum Mac mini packs great features, versatility and value into an elegant, amazingly compact design,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “With twice the graphics performance, HDMI support and industry-leading energy efficiency, customers are going to love the new Mac mini.”

Created with the unibody construction process pioneered by Apple, the new Mac mini features a compact aluminum enclosure just 7.7 inches square and 1.4 inches thin. A new integrated power supply eliminates the need for an external power adapter, reducing overall system volume by 20 percent and keeping cable clutter to a minimum. A removable panel underneath provides quick access for memory expansion. Mac mini is incredibly versatile, effortlessly connecting to existing peripherals such as mice, keyboards and digital displays, while the new HDMI output connects Mac mini to an HDTV and the new SD card slot enables easy transfer of photos and videos from a digital camera.

Inside its sleek, compact enclosure, the new Mac mini includes the fastest integrated graphics processor on the market today. With 48 processing cores, the NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor delivers up to twice the graphics performance of its predecessor, making Mac mini ideal for graphics intensive applications or visually rich games. Mac mini comes standard with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 320GB hard and 2GB of RAM for $699.

With twice the graphics performance, the new Mac mini is still the world’s most energy efficient desktop.* The new Mac mini reduces power consumption by an incredible 25 percent to less than 10W at idle, less than half the power required by competing systems. Mac mini meets Energy Star 5.0 requirements and achieves EPEAT Gold status.** The new aluminum enclosure is highly recyclable and Mac mini uses PVC-free components and cables, contains no brominated flame retardants and features material-efficient system and packaging designs.

Pricing & Availability

The Mac mini, for a suggested retail price of $699 (US), includes:

– 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB of shared L2 cache;

– 2GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable up to 8GB;

– a slot-load 8X SuperDrive® (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;

– 320GB Serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm;

– NVIDIA GeForce 320M integrated graphics;

– AirPort Extreme® 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;

– Gigabit Ethernet;

– four USB 2.0 ports;

– SD card slot;

– one FireWire® 800 port;

– one HDMI port and one Mini DisplayPort;

– HDMI to DVI video adapter;

– combined optical digital audio input/audio line in (minijack); and

– combined optical digital audio output/headphone out (minijack).

Build-to-order options and accessories include up to 8GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, 500GB hard drive running at 5400 rpm, Apple Remote, Aperture(TM) 3, Final Cut® Express 4, Logic® Express, iWork® (pre-installed), Apple Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse, Apple 24 inch LED Cinema Display and the AppleCare® Protection Plan.

The Mac mini with Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server, for a suggested retail price of $999 (US), includes:

– 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB of shared L2 cache;

– 4GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable up to 8GB;

– two 500GB Serial ATA hard drives running at 7200 rpm;

– NVIDIA GeForce 320M integrated graphics;

– AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;

– Gigabit Ethernet;

– four USB 2.0 ports;

– SD card slot;

– one FireWire 800 port;

– one HDMI port and one Mini DisplayPort;

– HDMI to DVI video adapter;

– combined optical digital audio input/audio line in (minijack); and

– combined optical digital audio output/headphone out (minijack).

Build-to-order options and accessories include up to 8GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, External SuperDrive, Apple Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse, Apple 24 inch LED Cinema Display and the AppleCare Protection Plan.

*Claim based on energy efficiency categories and products listed within the EPA Energy Star 5.0 database as of June 2010.

***Claim based on energy efficiency categories and products listed within the EPA Energy Star Small Scale Server database as of June 2010.

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Apple Ipod Shuffle Gets Price Cut, New Colors

Apple iPod shuffle gets price cut, new colors

The black and silver shuffles now have new pink, blue and green models to accompany them, and VoiceOver has had a boost with a greater number of third-party headphones that support the in-line controls.  These include the new Monster headphones announced earlier this week, the control unit cable of which is being applied retroactively to all of the company’s Dr. Dre designs.

The new Apple iPod shuffle models are available now, priced at $59 for the 2GB and $79 for the 4GB.  All ship within 24hrs.  Meanwhile the polished silver version is an Apple Store exclusive, and is $99.

Press Release:

Apple’s iPod shuffle Now Starts at Just $59

World’s Smallest Music Player Now in Five Great Colors

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Apple today announced that iPod shuffle , the world’s smallest music player and the first music player to talk to you, is now available starting at just $59 in five great colors. iPod shuffle’s intuitive controls are conveniently located on the headphone cord, letting you navigate and enjoy music without even looking. With the press of a button, you can play, pause, adjust volume and switch playlists, plus the VoiceOver feature lets iPod shuffle speak song titles, artists and playlist names. The iPod shuffle is available worldwide today in a new 2GB model for just $59 and a 4GB model for $79, and both models come in silver, black, pink, blue and green.

“iPod shuffle is the world’s smallest music player and now comes in five great colors starting at just $59,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “iPod shuffle is so small that you almost forget it’s there, yet remarkably, it holds up to 1,000 songs and talks to you.”

iPod shuffle is based on Apple’s incredibly popular shuffle feature, which randomly selects songs from your music library. iPod shuffle features a sleek and ultra-wearable design with a built-in stainless steel clip. iPod shuffle users can easily clip it to almost anything and take it everywhere.

In addition to the Apple Earphones and Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote, third party manufacturers including Sony, V-MODA, Klipsch and Scosche are supporting built-in headphone controls and Belkin and Scosche offer built-in headphone adapters allowing users to enjoy iPod shuffle with their own headphones.

iPod is the world’s most popular family of digital music players with over 220 million sold. Apple’s new holiday lineup includes iPod shuffle in five great colors starting at just $59; iPod classic in a new 160GB model holding up to 40,000 songs for $249; the incredible new iPod nano with a video camera available in nine brilliant polished aluminum colors starting at $149; and the revolutionary iPod touch starting at the breakthrough price of just $199.

Pricing & Availability

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications. Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable music and video players and iTunes online store, and has entered the mobile phone market with its revolutionary iPhone.

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China’s Sky Wing Uav Gets New Engines

The WZ-9 Sky Wing UAV,built by Guizhouz Aviation Industry Corporation, has been fitted with a pair of stealthy and more powerful engines. The Sky Wing was first seen in 2003, when it flew with a WS-11 turbofan, which has a thrust of 1.7 tons. It has some stealth festures, such as a V-shaped pelican tail and backwards swept wings. In its original configuration, it could carry about 80 kilograms of sensors such as electro-optical cameras and radars, on a 1.7 ton airframe. Compared to other Chinese high altitude reconnaissance drones like the BZK-005, the Sky Wing did not enter into widespread service. However, Chengdu Aircraft Corporation has undertaken further testing of the drone.

Sky Wing Prototype

The first Sky Wing, which used a single WS-11 turbofan engine (a Chinese license copy of a Russian engine) made its first flight in the mid 2000s. Less stealthy than the current Sky Wing, the Guizhou built drone apparently did not enter into widespread service, as similar long endurance but propeller powered drones were probably cheaper during that time.

But this could all be changing. In December 2014, photos showed a redesigned Sky Wing being tested on a runway. While not as stealthy as the X-47B or Lijian stealth drones, the redesigned Sky Wing has a new engine intake, and more importantly, stealthy engine nozzles. These new nozzles are similar to the F-22’s in design purpose; their angular surfaces are less detectable than conventional circular nozzles, and can hold equipment to reduce the infrared signature of hot engine exhaust. The triangular engine nozzle is a first for Chinese aviation; not even the J-20 and J-31 stealth fighters have been fitted with stealth nozzles to date.

Sky WIng Engines

The new Sky Wing has two smaller turbofan engines, as opposed to a larger single engine. Having two smaller modern engines would provide better fuel economy, as well as making it easier to fit the engine nozzles with this triangular shroud, which will reduce both radar and infrared signatures.

The smaller new engines are likely to be very small, two spool turbofan engines, with are commonly used on small and medium business jets. By comparing the people standing around the Sky Wing, the engines’ diameters appear to be about between 14-20 inches, which suggests that each engine would probably have about 800-1000 kg of thrust. A combined engine output of 1.6 tons to 2.0 tons would give this stealthier Sky Wing comparable power to the 1.8 ton thrust of the General Atomic Avenger (a jet powered version of the deadly Reaper). With a stealthier airframe and more powerful engines, the new Sky Wing would be more survivable and carry more weapons than the Wing Loong, China’s current attack drone, as well as the earlier model US MQ-1 Predator and possibly even the MQ-9 Reaper.

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Luna Display Turns An Ipad Into A Mac Mini Display

How to Use iPad as Mac Mini Display for Any Mac with Luna Display

Your iPad becomes a wireless display for Mac mini, which is a stationary hub. The processing power of Mac mini and edge-to-edge retina display of iPad are at your fingertips.

You need to put a few things into place:

Your Mac mini (or any MacBook Pro/Air, iMac that has USB Type C port.)

Any iPad (except the first generation iPad.)

Luna Display

Accessories: A Bluetooth keyboard case, Mouse, and Apple Pencil (Second Generation)

Strong Wi-fi network

Step #1. You need to download Luna for Mac app on your Mac mini; for this purpose, keep your existing external display connected to the Mac mini.

Step #2. Next, launch System Preferences on your Mac mini.

Step #4. Connect your iPad to the same Wi-fi network as your Mac mini.

Note: If Wi-fi is not available, you can connect your two devices using a USB cable.

Step #5. Then you are required to download Luna Display app on your iPad.

Step #6. When both apps are installed on both devices, open Luna Display app and follow on-screen instructions.

You will be asked to insert Luna device into Mac mini.

Step #7. It is time to disconnect the external display from your Mac mini.

Note that if you use FileVault, you’ll still need an external display to unlock your drive whenever you reboot.

There you go!

Video: iPad touchscreen Mac Mini Setup

Now you can use your iPad as a Mac mini display.

Since Mac mini is shipped without a display, Luna Display finds a suitable usage for Mac mini users. One should not limit the use of Luna Display to Mac mini as users can always use this dongle with MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or an iMac.

Users, who wanted to experience superior graphics on iPad, can now use programs like Photoshop and Final Cut Pro on iPad.

When you wish to go back to iOS on your iPad, simply swipe up like you used to bring home screen on your iPad. Coming back to macOS is equally easy; just tap on Luna Display app to go back to macOS.

Is it a good deal?

Only if you have both devices at home or office. You should not buy an expensive iPad only to use it as your Mac mini display.

Luna Display: A sincere effort to rework Apple ecosystem

Apple is creating competition among its own devices; my article (linked above) hints at this point. For the last three years, Apple has made tremendous efforts to improve its iPad 12.9″ as the company knew that the large-screen tablet has nearly replaced laptops, though it hasn’t replaced computers yet.

Makers of Luna Display have not failed to sense this practice of Apple, as they note, “Anyone with a close eye on Apple will notice there’s a common theme with each hardware announcement: Apple is always trying to outdo itself by creating more powerful standalone products, as if each product is slowly creeping up on the boundaries of another product.”

Summing up…

While Apple could not (or they don’t want to) combine the iPad and Mac mini, Luna Display has successfully done this. Users will surely welcome this product to make their life more comfortable and mobile.

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Transmission For Mac Gets Its First Major Update In Nearly Two Years

The popular open-source, cross-platform BitTorrent client, Transmission, today received its first major update in more than a year and a half. As first noted by Softpedia, the surprise update makes the free of charge app fully compatible with the user interface on Macs running OS X 10.9 Mavericks and later.

Transmission can now trim potential URIs from clipboard and supports downloading from HTTP servers on OS X El Capitan. Transmission’s daemon, web client, Qt client and GTK+ client have also received various fixes. All told, there are over 50 changes in this release of Transmission.

Across platforms, Transmission now does a better job at torrent renaming with a common prefix. Additionally, the refreshed application now supports a bunch of cryptographic backends such as PolarSSL, CyaSSL and WolfSSL.

Transmission’s Qt client has gained improvements, too, among them better handling of magnet links and a new contextual menu on the Files tab of the Torrent Properties dialog.

Transmission 2.9 changelog

Here’s everything that has been improved and fixed in Transmission 2.9.

All platforms:

Fix renaming torrent files with common prefix

Fix some more thread safety bugs in the tr_list datatype

Fix infinite loop when removing torrent data

Add support for CyaSSL/WolfSSL and PolarSSL cryptographic backends; bump OpenSSL minimum to v0.9.7

Initial CMake build system support

Many improvements to support Windows builds with MSVS and MinGW; drop XP/2003 support, only Vista and up now

Allow building against system UTP and DHT libraries

Fix several memory leaks and buffer overflows

Support miniupnpc API v14

Fix “prefetch-enabled” value type in chúng tôi (boolean instead of integer)

Fix some issues discovered by static analysis (cppcheck, coverity)

Fix invalid JSON encoding for non-printable characters

Fix multi-threaded locale use when encoding/decoding JSON data

Fix encrypted communication with libevent 2.1+

Prevent completed pieces modification by webseeds

Require absolute paths in RPC requests

Fix and unify torrent origin display in GTK+, Qt and web clients

Fix crash on session shutdown (evdns_getaddrinfo_cancel)

Retry if RPC server fails to bind to specified address

Improve error checking on metadata retrieval

Improve UTF-8 validity checking (merge changes from LLVM)

Don’t build transmission-cli by default (it’s long deprecated)

Mac client:

UI fixes for OS X 10.9+

Trim potential URIs from clipboard

Change Sparkle Update URL to use HTTPS instead of HTTP (addresses Sparkle vulnerability)

Fix global options popover layout

Fix building with Xcode 7+

Drop OS X 10.6 support

GTK+ client

Fix overshoot and undershoot indicators display with GTK+ 3.16+ in main window

Don’t require DISPLAY if started with –version argument

Qt client

Improve performance in Torrent Properties dialog for torrents with lots of files

Add context menu on files tab of Torrent Properties dialog resembling that of Mac client

Remove torrent file from watch directory even if “show options dialog” is not set

Use theme-provided icons in system tray and About dialog

Fix initial watch directory scan

Improve filter bar look and feel; lots of other small visual fixes; RTL layout fixes

Show message to the user when duplicate torrent is being added

Improve magnets handling in main window

Display notifications via tray icon if D-Bus is not available

Add proper compiler flags to indicate C++11 use

Fix translation files loading

Add Chinese (China), German, Indonesian, Italian (Italy), Korean, Polish (Poland),

Ukrainian translations; update existing translations


Run as service on Windows when in background mode

Rework directory watching, add support for native mechanisms on BSD/Darwin (kqueue) and Windows (ReadDirectoryChanges?)

Don’t make assumptions of remote path validity in transmission-remote

Web client

Content Security Policy enhancements

Enable “resume now” for queued torrents

Mark appropriate fields in preferences dialog as HTML5 number fields

Update to jQuery 1.11.2, jQueryUI 1.11.4; use jQueryUI menus instead of custom ones

Again, this is the first major update to this free of charge, cross-platform BitTorrent client in nearly two years (the previous update is dated May 18, 2014).

I’m glad they’re keeping this awesome app alive. It’s very fast, reliable, feature-packed and better than BitTorrent’s official client or the ad-infested uTorrent, if you ask me.

You can download Transmission at the official website.

What’s your favorite BiTorrent client for the Mac?

Source: Softpedia

Why Apple Absolutely Must Respond To Amazon And Google With Ipad Mini

I just read this argument how anyone that thinks Apple might do an iPad mini because of the Kindle Fire or Nexus 7 should be banned from writing about Apple. Seriously? I’d wager it’s the other way round. Apple absolutely cannot afford to sit on the sidelines while Amazon and Google take over its prospective customers on the low-end and lock them into their ecosystems.

Yes, Apple knows all too well that Google’s $199 Nexus 7 is a game-changer. Tim Cook understands this thing is gonna be big and you can bet he’ll do something about it. Why else do you think Apple has started alerting the press that it’s been working on a seven-inch competitor…

Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock this week, you must have read stories by Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal, Apple’s favorite unofficial mouthpieces which have revived the old iPad mini rumor. A shrunken iPad is supposedly arriving in September, at half the price, to nuke the Amazons and Googles of this world out of orbit.

But many are scratching their head. The iPad mini raises more questions than offers answers. One that’s been keeping industry watchers up at night: will its smaller touchscreen be still comfortably big enough to hit user interface targets?

And wouldn’t a $249 iPad mini hurt sales of its $399/$499 iPad 2/iPad 3 counterpart?

Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White expects minor cannibalization of the current iPad by the iPad mini (10-20 percent), but points out the smaller device may give Apple a larger market opportunity than its bigger brother, potentially even outsell it.

Specifically, the iPad mini could become a smash hit in education and developing markets like China. Also, this on two-iPad families:

“We would not be surprised if certain consumers end up owning both a regular-sized iPad and an iPad mini, swapping between the two devices for different occasions,” he writes.

You know why I’m not sold yet?

The most realistic size approximation we’ve seen so far of the regular iPad and the rumored seven-incher. Perhaps a piece of sandpaper will indeed ship with the latter?

The most realistic size approximation we’ve seen so far of the regular iPad and the rumored seven-incher. Perhaps a piece of sandpaper will indeed ship with the latter?

It’s because of this quote from Apple’s conference call with investors, when Jobs unexpectedly tuned in to trash Android and address so-called tweener tablets:

Let’s talk about the avalanche of tablets. First, there are only a few credible competitors. And they all have seven-inch screen. This size isn’t sufficient to create great tablet apps.

And this size is useless unless you include sandpaper so users can sand their fingers down to a quarter of their size.

The sandpaper bit was funny, I’ll give him that.

But what about this part?

We’ve done extensive testing and 10 inches is the minimum tablet size. Given that tablet users will have a smartphone in their pocket, there’s no point in giving up screen size.

Seven inch tablets are tweeners – too big to be a phone, and too small to compete with the iPad.

The rumor-mill claiming the opposite, that Cupertino’s doing the very same device its late co-founder laughed off, implies Tim Cook is his own man who runs Apple differently (exactly how Jobs groomed him).

That was then. A lot can happen in a year’s time. 2012 is in many ways much different than 2010, when the first iPad caught Apple’s competitors on the wrong foot.

In my opinion, a 2012 Apple under Steve Jobs would no doubt realize Amazon’s success in the seven-inch space and release a competing device of its own.

Another perfectly conceivable explanation: Google’s Nexus 7 is making waves. Hence, Apple must respond.

And why is that?

Because Google is the enemy and this is a platform play.

It isn’t about the iPad versus Nexus 7 versus Kindle Fire.

It’s iTunes versus Play Store versus Amazon Store.

In this game, hardware is only means of creating a lock-in so people stay in the ecosystem and continue spending money on content.

What scares Apple, in my opinion, is that with the Kindle and Nexus 7 both Amazon and Google realistically have decent chances of luring undecided customers or budget buyers into their ecosystem.

Once they’re in, these customers are lost. Apple can do little to persuade them to jump ship because they’ve already poured their time and money into apps and media. Who wants to repurchase their Angry Birds, Instapaper, Real Racing, weather apps, news reading clients and other favorite programs?

Back to that Jobs quote.

Yes, Steve Jobs wasn’t concerned about tweener tablets back in 2010 because they all sucked.

Nobody in 2010 had an ecosystem that could even remotely match iTunes, except for Amazon which however wouldn’t create a tablet until Q4 2011.

If anything, the Kindle Fire has proved that an ecosystem provider like Amazon can succeed selling hardware below cost and make up for losses with content sales. And just like Amazon, Google isn’t afraid to take a hit with every Nexus 7 it sells.

If I were Apple, I’d worry that Google’s created an ecosystem to rival iTunes.

Now there’s greater choice for people who aren’t keen on spending four hundred bucks on a tablet.

Do you live in the Amazon world?

Cool, there’s your tablet that you can use to continue spending money with them.

Hate Apple?

Great! Google’s got you covered.

And both technology giants will happily sacrifice their own profit just to sell you a tablet at half the cost of a 16GB WiFi iPad 2. Don’t you find this just a little tad too conspicuous?

They want you inside their ecosystems that rival Apple’s in many ways.


So, if one thing changed drastically between the first iPad’s debut in April 2010 and today, it’s competition. Apple clearly must respond to this growing threat or else the company risks losing many, many more millions of potential customers who will go Google or Amazon just because Apple doesn’t have a smaller, inexpensive iPad for them.

Hence, a $249 iPad mini.


Note: this is a strongly expressed opinion piece on the topic of iPad mini and doesn’t reflect the views of the whole iDB team and all of that fun stuff.

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