Apple Releases Sexy, Romantic Printer Driver Updates for Snow Leopard

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Date: Tuesday, November 17th, 2009, 05:20
Category: Software

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Printer driver updates may not be the sexiest thing to mention to your significant other after you’ve drawn her a hot bath, lit the candles and dimmed the lights, but they are necessary.

I mean, everyone needs to print.

Late Monday afternoon, Apple posted printer updates for Canon, Brother, HP, and Lexmark on its Support Downloads site..

Per Macworld, each of the four drivers contain the latest printing software for Snow Leopard from the respective hardware makers. The Canon, Brother, and HP drivers also include scanning software and require Mac OS X 10.6.1.

The four drivers and their files sizes include:

- Canon Printer Drivers for Mac OS X 10.6 (274.59MB)
- Brother Printer Drivers for Mac OS X 10.6 (99.9MB)
- HP Printer Drivers (387.44MB)
- Lexmark Printer Drivers for Mac OS X 10.6 (117MB)

Users can also snag the updated drivers via Mac OS X’s Software Update feature.

Apple lists detailed information about supported printer models on its web site.

Rumor: Apple Black Friday Discounts Leaked

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Date: Tuesday, November 17th, 2009, 05:54
Category: Rumor

It may still be a full 10 days away, but it got leaked to the media and it’s interesting.

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Per Boy Genius Report, Apple will be offering the following deals on the Friday after Thanksgiving:

- Up to 30% off on all iPods (except iPhone and iPod shuffle).
- Up to 25% off Macs.
- Up to 15% off all accessories as well as Apple software and hardware.

The only catch is that the deals are only good on Friday, November 27th according to the rumor.

As mentioned over on the Apple Core, in 2008 Apple offered a US$101 discount on the unibody MacBook, a US$51 discount on the white MacBook, US$51 and US$101 off the aluminum iMacs, plenty of iPod discounts (US$11 off 8GB iPod nanos, US$21 off iPod classics, and US$21 off iPod touches) and a US$21 discount on Apple TV and 500GB Time Capsule.

If you’re inclined to go battle the herd, have at it and let us know how it goes.

Google Earth iPhone App Reaches Version 2.0

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Date: Tuesday, November 17th, 2009, 05:56
Category: iPhone, Software

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Late Monday, Google released version 2.0 of its Google Earth for iPhone app. The new version lets you add user-created maps from your Mac or PC to your iPhone, adds visual feedback when you select certain locations, provides easier browsing and adds new language support.

The application is available for free and requires iPhone OS 2.0 or later to install and run.