Utilizing the power of the sun is the one bright shining beacon of the alternative-energy movement. But we can get burned by some of the current manufacturing processes and the toxicity of solar e-waste.
Diamonds may last for ever, but getting your significant other to chase you around town in order for you to elaborately get down on bended knee is the best way to get diagnosed with a terminal case of geekabusbanditis.
You've played it on the Nintendo DS, PSP, Xbox 360, PlayStations 2 and 3, Wii, and/or the Mac. (Oh, and Windows, if you happen to play games on Windows.) Now play the same RPG puzzler again on your iPhone or iPod touch!
Aside from a gargantuan hard drive to hold all of our tunes (and movies), our favorite iPod accessory is a good pair of headphones. More than anything else, decent cans give us the most bang for our buck in terms of increasing our enjoyment of our media collection.
We all bond with our Macs in one way or another, but relationships with notebook computers can be a little more intimate than those with other machines. Notebooks are getting more powerful—and running hotter—every year.
Technology repair service, TechRestore could have made a boring video
with some guy in a white jacket showcasing their overnight ModBook
service. Instead, they decided to get all artsy with a stellar stop-motion
video of a MacBook tear down and rebuild.
I have a bit of a problem. I obsessively check certain websites (cough, cough, Facebook) when I’m supposed to be working. Is there a way to block those sites during the workdays but still allow access after hours and on the weekends?
Steve Wozniak's latest foray in the world of reality TV has made Dancing with the Stars fans of the Mac|Life staff. CSS animation hits the iPhone and Google Latitude kinda freaks us out.
An R&B artist is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist: