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  1. The Best Games in the Mac App Store at Launch

    The Mac App Store launched earlier today, bringing the relative ease and slight addictiveness of obtaining programs the iOS way to Apple's computers, finally allowing OS X users to nickel-and-dime our e-wallets to death the way all those iPhone and iPad users get to. Upon browsing the store, in the midst of the obligatory litany of throw-away games and limited demos masquerading as free games lies a decent amount of extremely worthwhile and critically acclaimed games -- something most platforms don't generally accomplish at launch.

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  2. Apple’s Back to the Mac Event: Announcement Roundup

    Apple held its "Back to the Mac" event and streamed it across the Internet for all to see. The big announcements were a new iLife suite, FaceTime coming to OS X, a new version of OS X dubbed "Lion," a new MacBook Air, and the Mac App Store. Head past the jump for details and screenshots.

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  3. Apple’s “Back to the Mac” Announcement Kicks Off at 1pm EDT: How to Follow

    Apple's Back to the Mac announcement is scheduled to begin at 1pm EDT: While some details of the announcement appear to have leaked via Apple's forums, including a new MacBook Air, iLife '11, and a possible mystery product, no one yet knows for certain what's in store. It seems pretty likely that the announcement will tease a new version of Mac OS X, tentatively known as "Lion" to the blogosphere thanks to the promotional picture Apple sent out last week (left); however, it's unclear whether that'd be ready to go on people's computers anytime soon or would merely be a sneak peek, consistent with Apple's schedule of releasing the past three updates two years apart each; then again, the rules may be different now. Update: We've written a comprehensive roundup of all the big announcements this afternoon.

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  4. Google Inc. Dropping Windows Over Security Concerns

    Yet more fallout from Google's Chinese security breach earlier this year: According to the Financial Times, Google is phasing out support for all versions of Microsoft's Windows operating system, calling the change a "security effort."

    According to the report, since the attacks on Google by Chinese hackers in January, new Google employees have been given a choice between OS X and Linux. "'Linux is open source and we feel good about it,” said one employee. “Microsoft we don’t feel so good about.'"

    Kind of like Windows 7? Want to give Microsoft a chance? Well, you'll need lots of top-level corporate approval to do so:

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  5. Mac OS X 10.6.3 Is Here: Third Update to Snow Leopard

    Windows users, UbuntuHeads -- feel free to skip this post. But our internal stats suggest that a fair number of our readers are Mac users, and you all may be interested to know that Apple has just released Mac OS X 10.6.3, the third update to their Snow Leopard operating system.

    Installation info and upgrade details after the jump:

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  6. Man Converts Original 1984 Macintosh to Run Snow Leopard … And You Can Too

    MacHeads are a competitive, obsessive bunch, but graphic designer and Instructables member gmjhowe may have just secured himself a place in the Apple pantheon: He took an original 1984 Macintosh computer, with its princely 8mhz processor, and converted it to run OS X Snow Leopard. He also posted instructions on how you, too can do so, provided you've got patience, tech skills, and a fairly substantial budget:

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