Gizmodo GUARANTEES iPhone Announcement on Monday

From Gizmodo: I guarantee it. It isn’t what I expected at all. And I’ve already said too much. –Brian Lam Is this true? Maybe. If so, is it a good movie on Apple’s part? I don’t know…maybe. The busiest shopping days of the year are the week before Christmas. Thousands…if not hundreds of thousands of Read more…

What is your favorite business software or hardware for Mac?

When the holidays come to an end, it’s time to get back to business…and that’s exactly what we’re going to do here at Apple Gazette! We’re going to start off 2007 with a look at some of the best hardware and software for small business on the Mac platform.  We already have several products we’re Read more…

Bill Gates, a room full of Macbooks, and DRM

Michael Arrington from TechCrunch posted a report this morning chronically a recent convening of bloggers at Microsoft HQ. One of the highlights of the event for him? Seeing the look on Gates’ face when he walked into the room and every single one of us had a Mac open on the desk in front of Read more…

Leo Laporte: “Absolutely No Doubt” – iPhone at Macworld

On his weekend talk show on KFI Leo Laporte answered a callers question this weekend about what to expect from Macworld 2007. The caller wanted to know if he should buy an iPod now, or wait until Macworld to see if a new Video iPod was released. Leo’s response was that he should, in fact, Read more…

Flashback: TechTV Reviews the first iPod

No, none of your old Tech TV friends like Leo Laporte or Kevin Rose make an appearance in this video…still, it’s an interesting look at the first iPod… link via digg Read more…

Are Independent Mac Software Developers getting the shaft?

I enjoyed MacHeist.  I thought it was a fun “game”, and enjoyed trying (usually in vain) to figure the Heists out on my own.  One of the things that I enjoyed the most about it was how supportive of the independent Mac development community it was.  If it’s one thing we like here at Apple Read more…

Software Spotlight: PEMDAS

Software Spotlight: PEMDAS
Donkey Entertainment has THE calculator for all of your scientific types that are constantly working with forumlas. Pemdas v1.0 was just released and it is well worth your time to download if math is your thing. Pemdas takes the work out of entering your forumla information into a calculator, and – instead, like any good Read more…

Photoshop CS3 Beta coming on Friday?

If you own CS2 at least… Apple Insider is reporting that Adobe Systems will be releasing a Beta of Photoshop CS3 to owners of a valid serial number for the current CS2 version of the photo editing software. Apparently this will be the only CS application that will be available in Beta, and it will Read more…

PhoneValet Message Center wins Eddy Award

Small IS the New Big: PhoneValet Message Center Wins Macworld’s 2006 Eddy Award Four year-old Canadian start-up, built from the ground up with Internet-driven operations and marketing, wins global honor for Mac technology innovation OGDENSBURG NY and OTTAWA ON, 12 December 2006 – A two-time winner of Macworld Conference and Expo’s Best of Show award Read more…

Software Spotlight: VoodooPad

Software Spotlight: VoodooPad
I’m not exactly sure how to describe Flying Meat’s VoodooPad. I think the simplest way to explain it is that VoodooPad…ah…well… tell you what…I’ll let the creator of VoodooPad explain it: VoodooPad is a garden for your thoughts. Plant ideas, images, lists and anything else you need to keep track of. VoodooPad grows with you, Read more…