Mac news for Mac people

Friday, February 10, 2006


Coming Next To Mac: Linux And Windows?

Momentum is building, albeit unevenly, to bring alternate operating systems to the Intel-based Macintosh computers that Apple recently released.

Imeem Finds A Creative Solution: Innovative Cross-Platform Development

The MacMini Portable

Some ideas are so brilliantly simple, we're surprised no one has thought of them before.

AT&T Warns Apple, Others, Of Patent Infringement

AT&T has begun to name names in its hunt to license its MPEG video compression patents.



I see them as experiments that were cheap to try and were worth a shot and from which people learned things.

No, No, Nano: The Afterglow

Oh, hello again. I didn't see you there. I was just sitting here, basking in the afterglow of yesterday's firestorm over my simple declaration that my wife and I had a hard time getting an Apple product up and running with anywhere near the simplicity that lore would have them possess.

Is PortalPlayer Showing Apple's Hand?

Ready for your wireless iPod?

Your Favorite Notebooks

Apple's portable earns high marks for both substance and style.

The Hub Of All Apple Stores

Nuts To You

The other passengers aboard the good ship Oosterdam look at our MacMania crew like they're nuts.


Supplanting .Mac With OS X Server (Calendaring)

Apple iPod Socks

Remove The Pro From QuickTime Player

Thankfully, it's ridiculously eas to give the "Pro" icon the boot.


Why Do We See Tons Of iPod Advertisements, But Barely Anything About Macintosh?

Guy Kawasaki might provide a clue or two...

He said: These days an iPod is bought: people walk into the Apple store intending to buy it. By contrast... a Macintosh is still sold: the hardworking Apple store employee has to convince people that a Maicntosh is fast, safe, easy-to-use, and runs the software that they need. For selling to work, you need face-to-face, personalized, and intense contact. Advertising can't do this...

Lately, Is Steve Jobs Too Busy With That Other Company?

Evan Williams: Sometime while using an Apple product, I wonder who snuck this detail past Steve?


Open-Source iTunes Rival Launches

A San Francisco start-up released an early test version of its open-source Songbird music software Wednesday, with which its ultimately hopes to undermine the dominance of Apple's iTunes.

Microsoft Revamps MSN TO Focus More On Content

Microsoft's plans to rebrand its free e-mail, instant messenger and web search products under the name "Live" could be interpreted as a sign that MSN — the unit that previously housed those products — is a sinking ship.

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