In the News: 2012-02-17

Written on:February 17, 2012
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Mac News: How to Use AirPlay Mirroring on a Mac with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Apple TV owners have an extra incentive to try out OS X Mountain Lion Dev Preview; AirPlay Mirroring. With AirPlay Mirroring, you can stream the Mac desktop and whatever application is on screen to an HDTV wirelessly through the Apple TV, making it easier than ever to watch videos from a Mac or play games on a much larger TV screen from a couch. It’s a great feature that finally came to the Mac with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Read full story => osXdaily

Technology News: Google hit with FTC complaint, says circumventing Safari privacy features accidental
The Consumer Watchdog advocacy group today asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google violated a previous privacy agreement with the FTC by tracking cookies in a way that circumvents default privacy settings in Apple’s Safari browser.
Read full story => ars technica

Programming News: What Are Closures?
If you write any code in JavaScript then you’ve probably used closures, but do you actually understand what they are and how they work? Taking the time to understand closures and how they’re implemented can add a deeper dimension to your understanding of the JavaScript language. In this article, I’ll discuss what closures are and how they’re specified for the JavaScript language.
Read full story => LosTechies

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