Day: July 12, 2013

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch 1.3 goes LIVE on PSN in Europe

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch 1.3 goes LIVE on PSN in Europe Bethesda has finally released patch 1.3 for PS3 gamers in Europe. PS3 Skyrim gamer should now be able to download this patch 1.3 from PSN. U.S gamers will have to wait a little longer for patch 1.3, as Bethesda said they will let us know when it’s up in North America. Bethesda said, “The update is now up on XBox Live and available on PSN in Europe. We’ll let you know when it’s live in North America. For PC players, the Large Address Aware update is currently...

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Fresh 10.2.4 bugs found

Fresh 10.2.4 bugs found More problems are emerging within Apple’s recently released Mac OS X 10.2.4 update – and Apple continues to avoid dealing with its customers concerns. Extensive reports have looked at the bug within this update that severely impairs the performance of batteries in some iBooks and PowerBooks. Widespread user discussions have led most news sources to suggest afflicted customers should acquire new batteries for their Macs – and some of these models are out of warranty. The 12-inch iBooks produced between May to November 2002 are chiefly affected. 14-inch iBooks are reportedly impervious to the bug....

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Opinion: Apple should have given its new iPad a name

Opinion: Apple should have given its new iPad a name Editor’s Note: At Macworld, we love a good debate. And that’s what Apple kicked off when it unveiled its latest iPad without a new name—the tablet is simply known as the iPad. Below, Lex Friedman argues that’s a bad idea. You can read Dan Moren’s counter-argument in support of the iPad’s new old name elsewhere on Macworld.com. Apple doesn’t sell a MacBook Air 3. With its computers and iPods, the company has long chosen to issue hardware updates that bear the same names as their predecessors. That means Apple’s...

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