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Today is a national holiday, so what better than a good portion of links to what has been published in the Spanish-speaking machera blogosphere to take advantage of this break? Also, this may be the last “quiet Saturday” of the month, as there is a rumor of a keynote for October 22nd that would bring us official confirmation sometime next week. Let’s take advantage of the quiet while it lasts:

  • Applesencia tells us how OS X Mavericks will bring Power Nap functionality even to certain iMac models, when until now it’s always been limited to laptops.
  • Auris Skye is a small device that connects to any iOS-compatible speaker system and turns it into an AirPlay receiver, born from a project at Kickstarter that reached its funding cap in less than a day and a half. They tell us the details at PacMac.
  • Halloween is coming up, and every year there are those who try their best to make their costume as original as possible. Mark Rober has achieved this by integrating his iOS terminal inside a T-shirt, simulating eyes or entrails in movement. They tell us in EsferaiPhone, but be careful: the images can hurt the sensitivity of some people.
  • On iPadizate we are shown a study made by Thijs Alkemade evaluating the security of WhatsApp right now. Spoiler: they don’t leave much room to trust the service when sending sensitive data.
  • If you’ve been using Apple products since the early years of the company, you’ll know what MacPaint is. This application similar to the mythical Paintbrush in Windows has come back to life as a web application, so that nostalgic people can remember old times. They tell us about it in Faq-Mac.
  • In iPhoneros we are given details of a recently discovered Apple patent, in which we can see how the iPhones of the future could hold the SIM card with magnets.
  • We end with DescubreApple, where they explain that they have opened a new section of applications in the App Store called Local Life with programs to improve our day to day.

Just for today. Remember that you can always send us the links that you find most interesting from our official contact form so that they appear in the section. Thank you very much to all of you for your collaboration and see you next week! Oh, and happy Hispanic Day!

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