NeoOffice 2.2.1 Now Available

If you use NeoOffice, you’ll be glad to know there that version 2.2.1 is now available. The latest version of the free application suite now includes support of the Mac OS spellchecker and address book, along with experimental compatibility with the new Microsoft Office file standards. NeoOffice is an OS X native version of Open […]

Tempo External Drive saves what you Delete

This unique take on the back-up drive from designer Franco Cagnina (for Intech) is a concept design that, by default, will automatically copy anything you delete from your hard drive to itself. Now, some will argue (me being one of them) that you probably don’t want the stuff you delete…you know…since you deleted it…but the […]

Sandisk Releases iPod Shuffle Killer

It’s not often that I see a device that I would call a “killer” of an Apple product…but I do think this new player from Sandisk might just claim that title for a few reasons. 1) It has an FM Receiver (which is great if you like listening to the radio, or if you want […]

YouTube Find: Leopard Intro Video

This is the video that you’ll see (assuming they don’t change it) when you install Leopard and it runs for the first time. It’s a nicely produced little intro video. Take a look.

iResQ officially adds iPhone to their Repair Line-up

As of today, iResQ will be officially offering iPhone repair services. A new battery will cost you $79.95. A new screen will run you $249. They offer a variety of additional services for the iPhone as well. Plus, as always with iResQ, your order will be repaired and shipped back to you within 24 hours. […]

Apple Stands by iMovie ’08

Apple spoke with USA Today in an article published this morning, making it clear that they’re standing by iMove ’08. I think I made my stance on it pretty clear last week with this post, but I’m glad to see not only Apple sticking up for the application, but also Mac Daily News contributor SteveJack […]