Does it get any geekier than websurfing on your Apple II?

Granted, this is super geeky, but did you know its actually possible to surf the web on an AppleII? Until this morning, I didn’t – but take a look… Now, you may be asking – how the heck are they connecting that thing to ethernet? Well, these guys actually make an ethernet interface for Apple Read more…

RUMOR: Mac Mini still isn’t dead – refresh possibly on the way

Last year Apple Insider told us on multiple occasions that the Mac Mini was dead. Over and over we were told that their “insider sources” had confirmed that the little Mac was not long for this world. Each time I found the rumors frustrating and without enough details to consider in any way valid. (I Read more…

Video: New ‘Get a Mac’ ad appears online; slams Vista

A new ‘Get a Mac’ ad has shown up online – appearing on popular sites like The Wallstreet Journal and PC Magazine. The ad features the famous PC and Mac duo as PC attempts to reset the top banner ad on the page to display a positive Vista ad – but he is unable to Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 231 – Status Update and more

podcast sponsor link:http://www.audiblepodcast.com/applegazette Click the link above to get your free audio book from Audible, and help support Apple Gazette at the same time! Today’s Show: An update on AGD, and a round up of news stories from throughout the week. You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to Read more…

Apple using ‘Microsoft-like’ moves to get Safari on Windows Machines

This is one of those stories that you just know is going polarize the audience. The hardest of hardcore Apple fanboys have probably already fired up Mail to send me hate e-mail about how I should die for writing a title like that…but it’s 100% true. On Windows, Apple has decided to push Safari through Read more…

Adobe unconfirms they are bringing Flash to the iPhone

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen spoke out of turn earlier this week when he stated that Adobe was going to bring a version of Flash to the iPhone – and has now backed off his previous statement. The company is now saying that “…to bring the full capabilities of Flash to the iPhone Web-browsing experience we Read more…

Macbook Pro Adventure 2008 – The repairs continue

Austin is a very interesting city. It’s the kind of place with great art festivals, countless high end shops and restaurants, and deadlocked traffic at 3:00 pm on a Thursday afternoon. We left for Austin about 1:30pm and did not make it to the Barton Creek Mall Apple Store until 5:00 pm. The trip was Read more…

YouTube Find: Ryan Seacrest’s Awkward iPhone Plug

Want to see some incredibly awkward in-show advertising for the iPhone? Well, then you should be watching American Idol…because they NAILED it… Read more…

My Macbook Pro Adventure 2008 begins…

Some of you may remember my iPhone Adventure and Macbook Pro Battery Adventure from July of last year. Both of those situations were problems with my Apple products that required that I drive to Austin (a 4 hour round trip from where I am) to get parts replaced. Well, after sending my Macbook Pro to Read more…

OPINION: About this iTunes going “Free” rumor

Enough people have commented on the site, tweeted, and emailed me about it, that I guess there’s no avoiding it. Nokia announced late last year that they were offering a new service called “Comes with Music” that gives buyers of certain phones unlimited access to downloadable music libraries for one year. This week, The Financial Read more…