Mac news for Mac people

Thursday, April 21, 2005


On Track With Macs

Students across the state could be receiving their education through the use of computers during the next few years.

Apple Unlikely To Get Bite Of Wal-Mart

Apple's firm pricing policy may leave it at loggerheads with the world's biggest retailer and discounter, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Activists Push To Recycle 'E-Waste'

The iPod Dining Guide To Seattle

If in your community there are a lot of people using iPod digital music players, you might be intrigued by a new downloadable dining guide produced by Seattle Weekly.

Music Phone In Motorola Lineup

Motorola, the world's second-largest mobile phone maker, on Wednesday night confirmed plans to launch a new phone that will play digital music downloaded from Apple's ITunes online music site.

Apple Pulls In Two Awards At NAB

Report: Apple Paid Tech Editor $15K To Praise iPod

NBC "Today" show tech editor Corey Greenberg has admitted to charging $15,000 to Apple and other companies to talk about their products on television, reports the Washington Post.

Australia's Fastest Supercomputer To Use Apple Xserves, Xgrid, And Mac OS X

More Mac Stuff At NAB

Fuzzy Math In Apple Harvest?

IDC left out a chunk of Apple shipments from its U.S. tally last Friday. On Monday, it quietly revised that figure uupward to 565,000. The increase in Apple's unit shipments bumped it up to a 3.9 percent share of the market, making it the fifth largest computer maker in the U.S. for the quarter.


Translation From PR-Speak to English of Selected Portions of Adobe’s ‘FAQ’ Regarding Their Acquisition of Macromedia

Apple's Big Virus

Just as Windows users have become accustomed to 140,000 viruses, Apple users have become accustomed to none.

Of Bluetooth, iSync And Japanese Phones, Part Deux

So, it seems that albeit slowly, Apple has caught up with the phone extravaganza.

The Future Of Spotlight And OS X

A Cumbersome Type Of Picture

Trouble is, every company (and sometimes every camera) has its own flavor of RAW format.

Microsoft's Tenacity


A New Version Of Photoshop

The most impressive new feature is called vanishing point.

Loudspeaker Sound From A Docked iPod, For Those Who Can Bear To Listen

Comic Life

A Brief Tutorial On Reverse Engineering OS X

This article aims to give a little insight into the techniques I use to reverse engineer OS X in order to provide extra functionality to users and extra information to third-party developers.

NoteTaker 1.9.4: Java Support Adds Power To Flexible Notes Application

iTunes' Join Tracks, Gaps, And You

Although iTunes can't fashion truly gapless tracks from files in your iTunes library, you can create a kind of gapless recording when you rip music from an audio CD. This is the purpose of the Join CD Tracks command in iTunes' Advanced menu.

Useful Trash, Part 2

Compost's most obvious benefits are its automatic deletion features.


iPod: Dead?

Barb Dybwad of Engadget is speculating that Apple will soon drop the iPod line, and rename the iPod photo line to simply iPod.

Rumor Today: iTunes Mobile Is Coming, While No New Features Coming Soon To iTunes

Think Secret: iTunes Movile 1.0 slated for June, iTunes 4.8 Mac/Win expected soon.

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