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Run IE on your Intel Mac…sort of…with IES4OSX

Ies4osx is a free application that run IE 4 – 7 on your Intel Mac. Using the Darwine version of the Wine Win32 API translation layer, the app installs an official version of IE on our Mac, and it runs through X11. According to TUAW the browser almost looks like some sort of bizarro version […]

Video Find: DIY iPhone Battery Replacement

I’m not sure how helpful this video is actually going to be, since it doesn’t really look like the iPhone works properly when its over, but I found it interesting to check out a step by step look at how replacing a battery yourself will go, and what the innards of the iPhone look like… […]

Software Spotlight: Quay

If you’re a Leopard user and preferred the hierarchical popup menus from Tiger, then you’re going to want to check out Quay. Quay menus run right inside the dock, and bring back the old pop up hierarchical menus along with several new features. The application is built in Cocoa, and does not hack the Dock […]

Do we need a mini-disk Adapter from Apple?

A patent discovered by AppleInsider reveals plans for a mini-disk adapter that would allow companies to distribute media on smaller disk formats and still have them load in Apple slot-load disk drives. One of the problems with using slot drives is that you typically can’t insert mini-disks or disk that have been cut into a […]

Looking for Software to Spotlight

One of the things that was made clear through comments and emails, is that you guys want more Software Spotlights. So, I’ve been hunting around, looking for the best indy Apple software to showcase on the site. I could use your help, though. If you know of a great app that I haven’t featured on […]

AT&T promises as 3G iPhone next year

At a meeting of the Churchill Club in Santa Clara, California AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said “You’ll have it next year,” in response to the “when will we get a 3G iPhone” question that I’m sure he gets weekly (if not daily). He could not further elaborate on speed, price, or exact time of release, […]

Malcor was a Hoax – Did the Mac Heist team go too far?

So, there was this hacker named Malcor that was hijacking Apple websites that were too “fanboi”. (Yeah, I can’t believe I just spelled it that way either.) It got the digg community all a twitter, and it caused quite a stir in the Apple online community. It’s the kind of thing that gets people riled […]