This week’s panel are Stu Helm, Timothy Gregoire, Allister Jenks and Nick Riley
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This week’s show notes, including links to the panel’s picks and all the stories we cover can be found after the break.
- Apple remotely disables Java 7 plugin due to vulnerability – via Mac Observer
- Mozilla release Firefox 18 with many security fixes and Retina display support – via Intego’s Mac Security Blog
- Adobe releases updates for Flash, Reader and Acrobat – via Intego’s Mac Security Blog
- Nick: Steve Jobs gets iPhone sculpture memorial in Russia – via Mac Observer
- Stu: Xerox’s CFO leaving to join Apple as corporate controller – via Ars Technica
- Timothy: Drexel University offers MacBook Pro ‘vending machine’ for students – via TUAW
- Allister:Apple lower prices of Thunderbolt cables – via Mac Rumors
iOS EcoSystem News
- Nick: Schiller: “Cheap iPhones will never be the future of Apple” – via Mac Observer
- Timothy: Apple now locking App Store screenshots to help prevent scam apps – via Mac Observer
- Stu: Judge approves sale of Kodak patents to Apple / Google led consortium – via TUAW
- Nick: Apple settles MacBook Pro with Retina display advertising suit with Swiss photographer – via Mac Observer
Apple Competitor Watch
- Allister: Amazon launches ‘AutoRip’ service to automatically add purchased albums to Amazon CloudPlayer – via Mac Rumors
- Stu: Nokia admit to decrypting HTTPS traffic in their XPress mobile browser – via Gigaom
- Allister: Steve Jobs offered support to ousted HP CEO Mark Hurd – via Mac Rumors
- Timothy: Samsung cancels plans for Windows RT device – via The Loop
- Nick: Windows Phone 8 prompts for Windows installation disc – via The Loop