Steve Jobs spoke with the New York Times about Leopard, saying that this latest release of OSX would form the basis for another cycle of continuous operating system upgrades, which could last as long as a decade. “I’m quite pleased with the pace of new operating systems every 12 to 18 months for the foreseeable […]
Archives for October 2007
I haven’t had a lot of need for an iPhone case as of yet. The screen hasn’t got a scratch on it yet, and I like having as little bulk around the phone as possible, but I like this new case from Tunewear. It’s called ICEWEAR and is available for $29.95. The thing I like […]
While she’s only navigating through pictures, it’s kind of fun to see this lady, who has been around long enough to remember when the world was being pulled by horses, flick through photographs on a tiny hand held screen.
Apparently all Canadians are thieves, iPhone is AT&Ts #1 seller, and more You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is […]
Continuing their recent tradition, Apple has posted a guided Tour of OS X Leopard. You can check it out by clicking here.
This iPod Touch on display at a Best Buy seems to be a bit confused. Apparently it thinks its an iPhone. If that isn’t solid proof that the two devices are merely copied and pasted from one another I don’t know what is. Thanks Dan.
James Colby has created an awesome Mac mod. He had gutted a classic Mac, and replaced its inner working with an LCD display and a Mac Mini. He’s using it for a Jukebox, but this could be your full blown Mac if you really wanted. He gives instructions in the article on 123macmini about how […]
When Tiger shipped, College students only had to pay $69 for it. That won’t be the case when Leopard ships at the end of next week. Leopard will be setting them back $116, only $13 less than the retail price. The reason? Well, I can only speculate, but I would imagine that Apple sells A […]
This video is actually a collection of 4 ads from the late 1980s. The first one is an Apple ad. Apparently Apple was getting stomped power wise by other computers at the time. This ad asks the question, “Which computer is more powerful? The one with the best stats…or the one you actually want to […]
Well, they were supposed to ship in July. Some other EA titles shipped in August, and now, here in the latter part of October, EA is finally shipping Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 and Madden 08 for Mac according to MacNN. Both titles require Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later and a 1.83GHz Core Duo […]