Google finally releases Picasa for Mac…Yes, it’s a beta

Google finally releases Picasa for Mac…Yes, it’s a beta

Are you a Mac user who doesn’t like flickr, could care less for iPhoto and just feel like your life in pictures is completely disorganized?  If you answered yes, I’m sure you’re not alone.  Google has finally released Picasa for Mac OS X.  All you need is 10.4 or higher.  And it wouldn’t be a Google release if it didn’t have that beta tag at the end starring back at you!  OS X is the last of the major three desktop OS’s to get…

AT&T iPhone tethering plans announced this week? (Rumor)

AT&T iPhone tethering plans announced this week? (Rumor)

For the all three people who have an iPhone and haven’t jailbroken it to tether with their laptops stop and read!  The Unofficial Apple Weblog has informed by a trusted source that the AT&T tethering plans for iPhones could be announced this week.  The plans, for those interested, would most likely be 5GB capped plans costing you an extra $30/month.  Or you can jailbreak and use pda net.  Your choice.  For as much as I knock the $30 tethering price, its still…

LG Announces HDTV’s with Netflix Streaming

LG Announces HDTV’s with Netflix Streaming

LG makes some rather nice HDTV’s.  Netflix is becoming the favored way to rent and watch movies, giving us more control over when and how we watch them.  Put the two together and you have a match made in heaven.  The easy to use Netflix service coupled with the great video quality of LG TV’s.  Today LG announced just that, TV’s that will be able to stream Netflix movies straight to the TV without the need for a separate device such as a Roku Netflix…

How to: “Sync Holidays to the iPhone with Mobile Me”

I have been trying for a couple weeks now to sync holidays to the iPhone with MobileMe.  Finally, during Christmas I’ve finally had time to sit down and actually find a method.  As some of you may have found out, MobileMe will not sync “subscribed calendars”, which is what all holiday calendars are.  When you subscribe to a calendar from Apple, such as a holiday calendar, all you are doing is reading an .icns read only file.  One way around this was to…

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