The rumor mill is gearing up for iMac and Mac mini refreshes. Just in time for holiday shopping and to give Jan a dose of buyers remorse. Palm takes a stand and states that it will continue to enable iTunes syncing for the Palm Pre even though Apple keeps disabling it.
I recently purchased a 13.3-inch aluminum unibody MacBook for
college. I love making films, in fact that is my current career choice,
but my camera only connects by FireWire. As you know, the aluminum
MacBook does not have a FireWire port. I like the camera I have, so I
don’t want to buy a new one. Do you know of any converter from FireWire
to USB that is decently affordable?
In the two years since we first ran a feature on Twitter (“Your Mac: The Great Communicator,” Oct/07), the service’s popularity has exploded. If you joined the Twitter conga line long ago, its usefulness and flexibility are no news to you. But even if you’ve never Twittered in your life, the service still probably isn’t news to you--it seems you can’t turn around without a reporter, columnist, commentator, or comedian hauling out the tired old “What’s the deal with Twitter?” line.
The faster your Mac runs, the faster you can work. The faster you can
work, the more you get done. The more you get done, the better you look
to colleagues, clients, and, of course, your boss. Even if your Mac is
strictly a home machine, used for fun stuff like Web browsing, email,
and creative projects, the faster it runs, the happier you’re likely to
be with your Mac-using experience. Catch our drift?
While Google Voice is nowhere to be found on the iPhone and apps that made use of the service were killed, Apple claims and AT&T claims that nobody did nothing wrong and no one's to blame.
When UK mobile carrier O2 denied being behind the hangup of an app that found cheaper alternative landline numbers,the 0870 app, mysteriously bogged down at the App Store for over a year, suddenly found itself available. Fancy that.
Pipe Mania doesn’t refer to a new kind of drug epidemic or burgeoning
fad that has hipsters accessorizing with corncob pipes. It’s a classic
puzzle game, first developed 20 years ago for the Amiga, and recently
released for the Mac and iPhone by Virtual Programming. But even now,
it’s got druglike addictiveness plus retro cool.
Every day, life presents any number of problems that need solving—from
settling bets to knowing which fish are OK to eat to remembering where
the soupspoon goes in a formal table setting. Your iPhone or iPod touch
can act as a digital Swiss Army knife, offering up the right tool to
get you through almost any dilemma. We review and rate a collection of
handy helper apps and ass-saving accessories that are sure to boost
your rep as the consummate boy scout, always prepared for anything.
a recent RBC IQ/ChangeWave survey, a cool quarter of people who bought
a computer in the last 90 days bought a Mac laptop. The back-to-school
push, along with some Mac price cuts, and a new operating system, as
well as the iPhone 3G S, are expected to be behind Mac's best showing
since last year.