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Saturday, July 15, 2006


Apple's MacBook: Hot Enough To Fry An Egg

Any Way You Slice It, Apple Store Is Cool

Manhattan store sets standard for uniting design and product.

Device To Play iPods Over FM Radio In Cars Set To be Legalised

Gadgets such as the iTrip, which plugs into MP3 players and connect them wirelessly to radios, are set to become legal in the UK.

Keeping iPod Humming Along

On Wednesday, when Apple reports fiscal third-quarter earnings, Apple watchers are likly to home in like bloodhounds on the number of iPods the company sold, looking for any scent of weakness. There will be even more scrutiny of Apple's moves int he next month or so, when it's expected to talk about new products that could help it continue its growth streak.


Textual Harassment

Ever wonder how you could maximally harass a Mac user with a minimal amount of effort? If that person is an iChat user, it's really quite simple: Just add that person's ichat ID to the Buddy List of a Mac in an Apple Retail Store.

iPods In The Woods

If I had to estimate, I'd say that there was at least one iPod in every single tent cabin at the Lair.


Let's Have Less Innovation, Microsoft

As repoted by CNET, Microsoft introduced a new feature for Windows, which allows customers to encrypt files.

And then Microsofft pulled the update — cannot encrypt anymore.


Because business customers may "inevitably lose files" because they forget passwords, and IT "professionals" cannot recover these files for them.

And I have to click on the little clock menu item on my Mac to make sure it's not April 1st.

Rumor Today: Apple's Mac Pro To Sport Modified Power Mac Enclosure

But not too much modified. Plus, the specs and prices!

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