Apple Gazette Daily Episode 5 is Live!

ag_daily_logo.jpgIs Apple looking for a Multitouch display Engineer?, Flip4mac Releases an innovative new DVD back up tool, and will the Apple Subnotebok run the iPhone version of OSX? All this and more on this edition of Apple Gazette Daily for March 9th, 2007

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Show Notes:

Apple hunts for Multitouch Display Engineer – Ars Technica

Steve Jobs #132 on Forbes “World’s Top Billionaires” List – Apple Gazette

Apple is America’s most profitable retailer – TUAW

Flip4Mac releases Drive-In Public Beta – Apple Gazette

Apple subnotebook to run iPhone OSX – Macworld UK

Comments

  1. RE: Telestream’s Drive In
    This app appeals to me. I actually like the idea of working with a DVD copying program that’s on the “up and up”, And, it produces complete imaged copies in the original resolution. The organization and ability to download artwork for each title, works well. Lots less demand on my Powerbook battery, too, as well as a cooler running machine. It only takes about 15 minutes to image a complete DVD with all the extras! Compared to the hours of compression and burning with other covert apps, this is a big plus for me. And…I like Telestream…this is just the beginning of Drive In….plenty of ideas and features that can be added. They have demonstrated a loyalty to users of their products by listening, and implementing requested features…..before DI, problems with rippers were just dead ends….no support there. The Front Row access is a bit of icing on the cake, too…you simply use DI to mount the disc’s and then they are available in FR

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