Wednesday, July 9, 2003
.Mac Users Get Bookmarks Service, New Backup, More
You can keep your bookmarks in sync so they stay up to date while you're on the road.
Like Peas In An iPod
The iPod is the player of choice for digital music heads.
With iChat, Who Needs A Phone?
Jobs' latest innovation could hasten a coming age when anyone who wants to can use their PC to bypass traditional phone services.
Microsoft Woman Uses Mac OS Rather Than XP
We suppose it could just be an Asus M3N, which looks spookily like the Powerbook, but we think we should be told.
Apple Cuts Keyboard, Mouse Prices To $49
Apple Store order summaries for the Power Mac G5 describe the system's input devices as "Keyboard Wired" and "Wired Mouse" — designations that have not been used by Apple in the past when referring to its input devices.
Why Laptops Shouldn't Replae Desktops
Of course, it's possible to lose data on a desktop. But I think the average desktop is a much more secure data repository than the average notebook.
Perhaps the software distribution model of business is dead.
A Tool For Apple
Moving from one powerbook to another is a lot more difficult that I thought it'd be.
Apple's iSight Is Out Of Sight
By manufacturing the camera, the software and the computer, Apple is able to create a smooth experience that is out of sight.
Dot Mac Reloaded
Dot Mac is getting ready to go through some more changes along with Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther). However, the release of Panther isn't all that's happening towards the end of the year.
Epsilon Tahari: Reign Of The Machines
If you have the skills, or the serious patience, Epsilon Tahari will keep you going at it for weeks on end. If you're new to the genre, and are expecting a game you can just pick up and play, you might be thoroughly disappointed.
CHEW GUM WHILE WALKING : Singapore's chewing gum lovers, time for rejoice. The ban on chewing gum is partially lifted.
All The New Kids On The Blog
Blogs, as they're known, are a phenomenon across the Internet, but for big companies such as Microsoft, they bring both opportunity and risk.