With Snow Leopard set to pounce on us in September, Apple has begun to tweak the user interface in the latest developer previews, making it clear that the OS will see more than just changes under the hood.
Many users have reported problems with their iPhone 3GS and Wi-Fi, and
Apple has finally acknowledged the problem. In their knowledge base
they offer up a four step
process on determining if your iPhone is affected.
I have an iPhone, and I sync it to my Mac at home. If I plug it into
my Mac at work, will it try to sync to that Mac? I don’t keep much on
that machine, just work stuff, and I don’t want all my personal
contacts, mail, calendars, and music on my iPhone replaced with data
from my work computer.
For portability, the MacBook is king. But unfortunately, our kitchen
tables, desks, and the myriad other places we use our ’Books are often
not ergonomically sound. And watching a movie on a laptop at
table-height leaves much to be desired. Just Mobile’s Xtand Pro aims to
solve both of these problems.
For those obsessed with the very real, and very frightening, theory of spontaneous combustion. This story provides all the proof you need to become a recluse shut-in that consumes ten times the daily recommended amount of water and to wrap yourself up in ice packs. KABOOM!
FileMaker Pro can organize any data in your home or work life: mailinglists, DVD collections, expense reports, personal budgets, and more.Since it scales up to business users, home users can be challenged byits slightly obtuse—although improved—interface. Thankfully, tutorialsand more than 40 templates introduce the essential features; with justa little persistence, you can build complicated databases thatautomatically relate and organize data.
Apple is known for design simplicity and ease of use. We love it when
third-party accessory makers follow Apple’s lead and come out with
high-quality, good-looking, easy-to-use add-ons for our Apple gear of
choice. Pivotal’s Podium for iPhone 3G is one such accessory.
Neener, neener, neener. We got to kick it at the MythBusters' main hangout in San Francisco - and you didn't. But since we wish you were there, here's a rundown of the awesome stuff we saw. At least you can live vicariously.