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Mountain Lion

  1. Is Your Mac Running Too Smoothly? Type These 8 Characters to Crash Almost Any Program

    I've used Macs for most of my adult computing life. They're normally very stable machines, but they're not perfect, and a new flaw proves it. It turns out if you type "File:///" (no quotes) into most programs on a system running Mac OS X, that program will crash. I tested this bug out in a number of programs, and almost all of them quit immediately. This reportedly only works in the current Mountain Lion version of OS X, so maybe it's a cool new feature? Will "File:///" replace Command-Q?

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  2. Apple Brings New Updates to iOS6 and Mountain Lion, Says Mac OS 10.8 Available Next Month

    Tim Cook has wound up the Apple World Wide Developers Conference 2012 keynote and the Internet is collectively reeling from the blow. We've already taken a look at the new hardware Apple is rolling out, and now we turn our attention to the software. At the heart of the presentation is the forthcoming Mac operating system 10.8, or Mountain Lion to its friends, and iOS 6.

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  3. Apple Already Announces OS X Mountain Lion, Is More Like iOS

    Though OS X Lion only released last July, less than one year ago, Apple has announced the next upgrade to their operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, obviously taking a cue from Leopard's jump to Snow Leopard. This iteration of Apple's desktop operating system will be more like its mobile operating system, iOS, than ever, with the inclusion of some new features, as well as iCloud being bandied about the operating system like never before.

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  4. Mountain Lion Makes Longest Journey Ever Recorded by a Land Mammal

    Unfortunately, in areas of the country where roads cross through the habitats of various animals it is not uncommon to see an animal dead by the side of the road. This includes large mammals, like the mountain lion, whose range is crisscrossed by roads. However, while a dead mountain lion might be normal in South Dakota, it is certainly an unusual site in Connecticut. But, to the bewilderment of wildlife management officials, that is exactly where a mountain lion showed up in June. DNA tests conducted on the Connecticut mountain lion have just been released, and show that the animal traveled 1,800 miles across the United States to get to the North East. The animal was native to the Black Hills of South Dakota and walked through several states, traveling the longest distance ever recorded for a land mammal.

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