Posts Tagged ‘mac’
  • ….and the Mac Mini
    by Mike
    Posted October 20th, 2009 at 12:08 pm
    Whoops. Forgot the little guy in the other post. Since it's introduction, the Mac Mini has often received updates and tweaks without much fan fare as it's larger brethren such as Macbooks, iMacs, and Mac Pros often steal the limelight. Today is no different as it's other siblings again overshadow Apple's little niche baby. Still, if you're in the market for just a computer and already have a screen and peripherals, the Mac Mini is even more attractive. The Mac entry line still starts at $...
  • Chromium coming to Mac before ball drops into 2010?
    by Mike
    Posted October 8th, 2009 at 8:41 am
    If you haven't been following the daily builds of Chromium for Mac, you may not realize just how far along the browser has come. In it's current form it has pretty much replaced my need for Safari on my Mac, though occasional crashes and glitches to rear their ugly head from time to time. Though such things are expected on a beta product that isn't supposed to be released until 1H of 2010. Contrary to earlier reports however, Chromium Mac users may be getting an early Christmas present fro...
  • Palm slaps Apple in the face…the duel is on.
    by Mike
    Posted October 3rd, 2009 at 7:47 pm
    Either Palm is incredibly ballsy or Palm is insanely ballsy. If you didn't know, Palm released an updated 1.2.1 OS with one feature that will steal all the limelight: Palm Pre iTunes sync. That's right baby, it's on. Palm is apparantly throwing caution to the wind and ignoring the various companies not so happy with their current decisions. This whole battle between Palm and Apple just took quite an interesting turn. Both sides have their merits and cases as to why they're doing what they're ...
  • BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac being released today!
    by Mike
    Posted October 2nd, 2009 at 5:18 am
    Just a friendly reminder for all of you BlackBerry toting, Mac loving junkies out there: BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac is being released today...for real this time! I was lucky enough to snag a copy of the earlier version that was leaked and like what I saw then. I can't wait to get the newest version and give a thorough shakedown. One thing is for sure however, BB Desktop manager for Mac is much more polished and streamlined than the Windows counterpart. Head on over to
  • Intel a Hackintosh supporter?
    by Mike
    Posted September 24th, 2009 at 1:52 pm
    My my. It's only against the law if you're under the law. Sound familiar? Ever experience double standards in play? Apparently Intel is a supporter of not only double standards, but hacking as well. Check out the image above and focus on the left. While Intel was busy showing off "Light Peak", their 10Gbps optical interconnect technology geared towards mobile devices, one particularly interesting thing they didn't highlight was the cute little Hackintosh running it all. Read over your o...
  • Chrome version 3 officially released.
    by Mike
    Posted September 15th, 2009 at 1:04 pm
    While some of you may still be chugging along on Chrome 1.0, or, if you're like me running a beta build of 4.0, the announcement of version 3.0 becoming officially declared "stable" will have multiple meanings. For some, it will be time for a big update. For others, it will be old news. Regardless of which category you fall in to, Chrome has accomplished quite a lot in the year (plus a few days) that it's been available. With dramatic speed improvements -- 150% in javascript since beta 1 t...
  • September 9th iPod Event Wrap Up.
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 1:28 pm
    So the iPod event many have been waiting months for has finally wrapped up. Many goods, digital and physical were revealed. To many Apple fans alike, probably the best announcement came from Steve's mouth himself! That's right, Mr. Jobs is back in the public limelight, though, he did tag team with his good friend Phil Schiller as well as several others. Enough small talk. There was plenty to see and hear. Hop on in for a wrap up of all of the highlights... (more...)...
  • Does a Steve Jobs appearance at Sept. 9th iPod event really matter?
    by Mike
    Posted September 1st, 2009 at 7:39 am
    Since Steve Jobs went on medical leave from Apple over 6+ months ago, many speculated the grand unveiling of the iPhone 3GS and iPhone OS 3.0 would see his triumphet return to the world of fruited gadgets. For many, their excitement and hope came to a screeching hault when it was Phil Schiller doing the majority of the big talking instead of the crowd favorite, Steve. With the next big event, the iPod announcement coming on September 9th, the rumor machine is again churning out so called sto...
  • Snow Leopard’s new found virus sniffer further detailed
    by Mike
    Posted August 27th, 2009 at 8:05 am
    Snow Leopard's official release is almost here. While bigger tech sites and other important figures got to take Leopard for an early test drive, more normal and lesser people like mwah are anxiously waiting for tomorrow. One feature of Snow Leopard that has so far gone under the radar is that of virus protection. Several people have found pop ups warning them of potential virus in email attacments or web downloads. How exactly does it work and is it really that effective? According to...
  • The funniest iPhone commercial you’ll ever see. Period.
    by Mike
    Posted August 26th, 2009 at 5:19 pm
    While I use an iPhone, the honeymoon phase is long gone. While the OS is still my favorite in terms of speed, ease of use, and eye candy, the hardware, BS policies of both Apple and AT&T;, and god awful coverage where I live mean I'm looking elsewhere. Still, I more or less like the little guy. Some of you however are sick and tired of hearing about Apple this and iPhone that. You wish they'd both drop of the face of the planet in a fiery ball of death. The day you can wake up, go through...
  • BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac “cleaner, faster, and less-bloated than PC version”.
    by Mike
    Posted August 21st, 2009 at 9:56 am
    While Mac/OS X and BlackBerries/BlackBerry OS both share the same basic philosophy, "It just works", the way they display that ideology to the world is considerably different. Macs have a pristine eye candy appearance whereas BlackBerries employ a bare bones simple approach to the whole UI thing. Since the dawn of time (and the two respective companies), Mac support for RIM developed software has been sorely lacking to non-existant. 3rd parties have had to step in to remedy the situation wh...
  • Are you unhappy with your iPhone?
    by Mike
    Posted August 14th, 2009 at 1:21 pm
    [youtube][/youtube] Are you unhappy with your iPhone/Apple? Is their totaltarian policies and outright consumer screwing tendancies tugging at your last nerve? Do you feel angry enough to arm yourself and take out your aggressions with brute force metal and gun powerder? The gentlemen below did and uploaded all of his controlled to YouTube for the world to see. Some may cringe at the sight of a relatively (to my eye) mint condition iPhone getting 4 ...
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