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Thursday, November 16, 2006


Skype Reaches V. 2.5 For Mac

New software offers conference calls, SMS messaging, video chat and more to Mac call client.

Apple To Expand ACSA Options With New Exams

Apple recently announced that it will be adding two new exams for its Apple Certified System Administrator title early next year.

Real Creativity

iPods Not On A Plane, According To KLM And Air France

Apple's deal with six global airlines made waves yesterday, but two of those airlines are jumping up to say that they weren't quite ready to make such an announcement.

Rumor: Hon Hai Wins iPhone Contract?

A Chinese newspaper reported Wednesday that Apple has awarded a contract to build the elusive iPhone to Hon Hai, a contract manufacturer based in Taiwan.

New And Improved

Dylo's Adventure: Help Dylo to save the world! A game suitable for all ages.

CopyCatX 4.0: Create exact duplicates of your hard drive, Apple iPod, or Mac OS X startup drive.



Hands On With The Mac Pro: Putting It To Work

Audio, video, and virtualization tasks put to the test.

New MacBook Is 'Fast As All Get Out'

New MacBook is even better value than the model it replaces.

Apple's New Mac Pro Blows Away The Competition

Apple's latest desktop proves itself a winner in design, performance and flexibility.

Free Address Book Syncing


If We Are Successful, You Would Not Even Notice Us

Reading this review of Zune by Engadget is a very enlightening activity, not because it tells us what are the thing that Microsoft didn't get right with their entry into the MP3 player market themselves.

No, the most telling "learning point" we should get from this review — and probably a lot of the other Zune reviews out there — is that how Apple has gotten many of the user-interface issues right without even any of us noticing. That's the real strength of the iPod.

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