Via “Cult of Mac“:
Apple today released Java for OS X 2012-006 which delivers improved security, reliability, and compatibility.
“First of all, skeuomorphism is actually a sharply defined and angular phrase that describes a very specific design technique. On a basic level, it’s designing an object that mimics, both in appearance and use, a real-world counterpart. This kind of technique is evident in apps on iOS like Contacts, which uses a leather-bound contacts book with flippable pages to represent a ‘real’ book of contacts.”
I’ve been using Mountain Lion’s built in voice dictation feature for awhile now. It’s great, but does have some drawbacks. In this article from MacWorld, Kirk McElhearn weighs the benefits of both.
“Early builds in testing of the next-generation Mac operating system, OS X 10.9, point to Siri and Maps integration coming to Mac computers next year, according to our reliable sources.
These sources say that early builds of OS X 10.9 integrate Apple’s Siri voice command software much like Apple’s newest iPad models running iOS 6. Read more