Wishing you could cut your ties to the cable company forever? You
can. You can broaden your video entertainment choices and spend less
each month with an Apple tech-based home-media setup. We show you
Like everything Apple does, the new MacBook Pro lineup spawned a great
deal of Internet chatter among Mac faithful. Some welcomed the new
13-inch Pro with open arms, remembering the well-loved 12-inch
PowerBook—and happy to have a small MacBook with pro-level features as
an option. Others were less than pleased with the loss of the
ExpressCard slot in most MacBook Pro models (see “MacBook Semi-Pro?”
below), which Apple replaced with an SD Card slot in all but the
17-inch model. With no fewer than six different models available—not to
mention BTO options—there’s a wide range to choose from. And with a
$1,300 price spread across all the MacBook Pros, it’s clear that Apple
is targeting the new Pro models at a wider audience than ever.
This past weekend a rumor spread like wildfire about the potential features in iTunes 9 and today there are "leaked" screenshots of the application showing these features. Coincidence? We don't think so.
When the Financial Times put out a story last month
detailing a project between Apple and major record labels named
“Cocktail,” the story everyone reported was the purported release of a tablet Mac
alongside said project.
Despite all of Apple's hate with Google recently (Latitude and Voice
apps), it seems there may be a change in the future, or this is just a
lucky fluke for Tiverias, the developer of a new app that Apple
approved for the App Store - GPush.