Apple takes iAd global

“Apple has begun to deploy iAd availability on a worldwide basis, with developers reporting that they are beginning to see ad impressions rolling in from locations around the globe,” Eric Slivka reports for Mac Rumors.

“Previously… Apple limited the program to North America and the United Kingdom,” Slivka reports. “Previously, developers had seen ad requests from those countries go unfilled as Apple limited the program to North America and the United Kingdom.”

Full article here.


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    If you Google “installing memory on Mac” you will find many links. If your search is more specific, then your search will likely be more efficient and successful.

    In a search for memory, you might try I buy most of my Mac stuff from NewEgg. All of the major memory vendors include assistance on their websites for identifying the correct RAM for your particular Mac. I personally favor memory modules from Kingston, Crucial, and Mushkin. Corsair appears to be good, too.

    For installation advice and instructions, you might start with:, and

    The internet has long been the friend of Mac users. Before the dawn of the Apple Stores, it could be difficult to find a computer store in your area that was knowledgeable about Macs. So Mac users have a long history of helping each other and sharing advice and experience.

  2. P.S. If you have one of the Intel iMacs, then there is a little perforated metal panel on the bottom that is held in place by tiny screws. After you remove the screws, it is easy to swap out DIMMs.

    The first thing that I did was upgrade my 2007 24″ iMac to 4GB. It is still running strong, although the 500GB HDD seems a bit small with all of the music and video that I am collecting.

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