Magic 8-Ball Says: Rumor Round Up for Macworld 2007

Ok…this is the last rumor related stuff I’m posting until the Keynote (unless something REALLY big and REALLY confirmed comes in). This should be every major rumor currently out there…and even a few minor ones…feel free to point them out in the comments if I miss any… Now, we all know that the rumor mongering Read more…

Software Spotlight: Keynote Bingo

For those of you not attending Macworld this year, you can still participate in the fun by playing Keynote Bingo. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, it’s really very simple. When Steve announces one of the items on your card, you mark it. When you get 5 in a row, you’re a winner! This application Read more…

HDtv at Macworld? Here’s an interesting clue…

Paul Boltin over at Valleywag noticed something very, very interesting yesterday about the teaser image that Apple has had up on the site for the last week. It’s 744 pixels wide and 420 high. Recognize that ratio? Those are the 16:9 dimensions of an HDTV screen. Is it a hint from Apple? I think so…the Read more…

Video Proof of 30gig iDisk Storage – Update coming at Macworld?

It seems pretty clear after watching this video that in Windows, iDisk is reading 30gigs of storage. Apple seems to have been able to hide this upgrade in OSX, but the video evidence below shows that it’s there. Expect a much needed upgrade of .mac at Macworld on Tuesday. via YouTube Read more…

Bernstein Research claims no Apple Phone at Macworld

Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi is convinced that we’ll have to wait a bit longer before seeing the long rumored Apple Phone.  His reason for this? “Apple has not yet received FCC approval for a phone, and our analysis suggests that phones have typically become available two months after FCC approval,” Mr. Sacconaghi wrote Thursday Read more…

Remotely Shutdown your Mac via Email

The Mac OS X Hints Weblog over at Macworld magazine has a really useful tip on how you can actually shut your Mac down remotely using a combination of Apple Mail and AppleScript.  The key to the whole thing is the Rules feature of Apple Mail which allows you to run AppleScript from within a Read more…

Software Spotlight: Shiira

There is a new browser on the block…it’s name is Shiira (not to be confused with She-Ra, Princess of Power and cousin to He-Man), and is surprisingly awesome. Shiira is a web browser based on Web Kit and written in Cocoa…their goal is to make a browser that is better and more useful than Safari. Read more…

“Lasso” iWorks Spreadsheet Program Screenshot

Think Secret has posted a screenshot of the upcoming “Lasso” spreadsheet program that is rumored to be a part of iWork ’07 along with Pages 3 and Keynote 4.  Admittedly, it wouldn’t be that hard to fake this screenshot, but ThinkSecret seems to trust their source. It is also stated in the article that is Read more…

MAJOR Apple Phone details LEAKED on Leo Laporte’s Radio Show

Leo Laporte had a caller on his KFI Talk Show on New Year’s Eve that claimed to have a friend at Apple. This caller seemed VERY confindent and well informed when discussing the upcoming phone, and Leo even went so far as to say he had “high confidence” in the caller’s claims. The details of Read more…

Adobe Brings Premiere Back to Mac

MacWorld is reporting that Adobe will announce an enhanced focus on the Mac today with the upcoming revival of Adobe Premiere for Intel based Macs.  The professional grade video editing software will be part of a large production bundle that will include Adobe Encore DVD and Adobe Soundbooth. Adobe dropped Premiere from OS X in Read more…