Posts Tagged ‘mac’
  • Google finally releases Picasa for Mac…Yes, it’s a beta
    by Mike
    Posted January 5th, 2009 at 7:06 pm
    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 Picasa support.  Now if only they would hurry along the OS...
  • 17″ Macbook Pro going unibody?
    by Mike
    Posted January 4th, 2009 at 12:52 pm
    Back in September when the Macbooks and 15" Macbook Pro were refreshed, the 17" was curiously left out of the lime light.  At the time, the only refresh it received was some updated processors.  Many have speculated since then the reason behind the delay.  Apple themselves said it was due to "manufacturing and design issues".  So what is the real reason?  We still don't know.  But what is believed to happen is an announcement of some sort at Macworld highlighting the 17" Macbook Pro fi...
  • Whats coming at Macworld ‘09?
    by Mike
    Posted January 3rd, 2009 at 11:55 pm
    Macworld '09 will be a Macworld full of change.  It is now widely known that Steve Jobs is not giving the keynote.  Apple announced that this will be their last Macworld appearance.  And try to just pick a couple of what seems like a million rumors for new product announcements. If you have been living in a cave and are unaware of the rumors floating around, here is a small, quick recap: (more...)...
  • Pystar…”Lawsuit? What Lawsuit?”
    by Mike
    Posted October 29th, 2008 at 1:56 pm
    Being sued by a multi-million dollar company that could potentially put you out of business means that you should continue selling the products that got you in hot water in the first place.  Scratch that, take it one step further and release updated models of said product.  Pystar is apparently putting the lawsuit they're currently in with Apple in the backs of their minds as they have now announced updated desktops with OS X, the "Big Bag of Hurt" formerly known as Blue-Ray, and Nvidia 9800 g...
  • iPhone OS 2.1 new problems.
    by Mike
    Posted September 16th, 2008 at 4:57 pm
    According to threads on many sites such as macnn, iPhone atlas, and TUAW, there are new problems creeping up on iPhone OS 2.1. Some of the reported problems center around mobile safari. Users are reporting crashing after a set amount of time. I myself have experienced this with mobile safari as well as the digg app. After 5-10 minutes of continuous use, the app crashes. It only takes a few seconds to relaunch...but still. Apple NEEDS to get their stuff together already. They've had more than en...
  • “Let’s Rock”
    by Mike
    Posted September 10th, 2008 at 6:03 pm
    Yesterday, Apple held their now annual "September iPod event".  Much of what Apple announced on Tuesday had been leaked in the last few weeks leading up to the event, although, there were several surprises revealed yesterday.  A quick recap of announcements: iPod nano: New Colors Accelerometer from first gen iPod touches and iPhone Updated UI Slimmer case with rounded edges like the iPhone iPod Classic 160gig dropped in favor of slimmer 120gig for $249 iPod Tou...
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