Monthly Archives: March 2008

Roxio Releasing Toast Titanium 9.0.2 Update

TOKYO (MacHouse) – The developer of popular file backup software for Mac has released a software update for Toast Titanium 9. According to Roxio, 9.0.2 update will resolve “a number of encoding issues related to high-definition source content and creation … Continue reading

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Software Review: WhoIs Analyzer Pro (Mac & Windows)

As the name suggests WhoIs Analyzer Pro, which is available for Mac OS and Windows OS, lets the user to look up WhoIs information on a particular domain. This introduction will probably not convince anyone that he or she needs … Continue reading

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Microsoft Entourage 2008 for Mac – Transferring Data from 2004 to 2008

The objective of this 5-minute video tutorial is to show how to transfer mail data from Entourage 2004 to 2008. This short tutorial may be beneficial to those who want to reinstall OS X 10.4 or to newly install OS … Continue reading

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Popular Mac Software Titles That Can Give You Nightmares

There are tons of nice software titles for Mac OS. Occasionally, we see bad ones, too. Maybe, they are badly programmed. In the meantime, the source of a series of nightmares doesn’t have to be software itself. If you sign … Continue reading

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An Organized iTunes Scam Website Hosted at a Canadian Web Hosting Company

TOKYO (MacHouse) – More than 17 hours ago, an organized spam terrorist group sent out at least 3 copies of an e-mail message. (See Screenshot 01.) Sender’s e-mail address is shown as music@help-customer.org. The title of the message is shown … Continue reading

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