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Welcome to another lively episode of Triple-click Home. This month, Alena Roberts, Buddy Brannan and Pete Bossley are joined by John Panarese of Mac for theBlind to discuss all things Mac and iOS. Then, Jamie Pauls visits with Bill Frowline of Northwest Mobile Development about several new iOS apps he is working on including a Braille Reference app. Here are the stories discussed on this month’s show:


Apple – OS X Mountain Lion – Move your Mac even further ahead.

CNET: How to prepare your Mac for Mountain Lion

CNET: Hands on with Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina display

MacBook Air or MacBook Pro? The decision just got a lot harder

The New MacBook Pro: Unfixable, Unhackable, Untenable

A 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro is coming soon, analysts say

iOS 6

Apple unveils iOS 6 with 200 new features, updated Siri

9to5mac: Will your iOS device get all of the new iOS 6 features? Here’s the official word

Apple selects TomTom as primary iOS 6 maps provider

CNET: iOS 6 has a useful Do Not Disturb feature. Here’s how it works

Apple demos new Passbook for iOS6

Apple’s iOS 6 to add privacy controls for user contacts

Report: Apple to give podcasts their own app in iOS 6

General Tech

Apple to kill off Ping after all

Verizon Introduces Shared Data Plans for Smartphones, Tablets

Square Registers 2 Million Users


Calling for beta testers – typing application for blind

Voice Book Vo

Blind Side



KAYAK Mobile


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