The News Review:
- Despite a Flat Quarter racle Meets Expectations
- Three Sentenced for Selling Pirated Software
- Apple offers advice on 10.5.6 upgrade problems
- Patterson buys imaging and software companies
- Do you need antivirus software?
Despite a Flat Quarter racle Meets Expectations
New York Times United States
The business software company reported that net income declined 1 percent to $1. 3 billion or 25 cents a share during its second quarter which ended Nov. 30 while earnings remained flat at 25 cents a share. racle said that revenue rose 6 percent to $5. 6 billion from the quarter a year ago.
Three Sentenced for Selling Pirated Software
Department of Justice said. Thomas Rushing III 24 of Wichita Falls Texas; Brian Rue 29 of Denton Texas; and William Lance Partridge 24 of Royse City Texas were sentenced Friday in U.
Apple offers advice on 10.5.6 upgrade problems
CNET News CA
That was apparently the result of an incomplete update getting seeded into the Software Update process and Mac S X will freak out if it tries to install a partially downloaded update. Apple recommends that if you encounter this problem or have already that you force Software Update to quit remove the partial update from your library and re-download the update.
Patterson buys imaging and software companies
said Friday it bought Dolphin Imaging Systems LLC and Dolphin Practice Management LLC for an undisclosed amount of cash. Dolphin Imaging Systems makes three-dimensional imaging software including digital photography and radiography which allows dental specialists to analyze treatment records make diagnoses and simulate treatment results. Dolphin Practice Management software helps dentists organize their schedules and finances.
Do you need antivirus software?
What do you recommend? Calm and care. By calm I mean that the Windows world is so rife with viruses adware spyware and other varieties of malware it?s a commonly held belief that all computers are susceptible to these kinds of cooties and one would be a fool to operate a computer without some kind of prophylactic utility. This belief is manifest in Windows users who move to the Mac and immediately purchase antivirus software in the belief that it?s a necessary part of owning a computer. And on the Mac it?s just not. The hedge for those of us in the recommendation business is that while there may not be viable virus threats now there could be one day. In order for us to cover our respective patoots we must follow up our ?Nah you don?t really need antivirus software? suggestion with ??at the moment but someday you might? and then we weasel and waffle in anticipation of the day when The Bad Thing Appears and the villagers appear at our gates with blazing torches and the more rustic form of pitchfork. And by care I mean that it?s worth your while to learn the difference between the various cooties that some people too-broadly define as viruses.
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