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July 21, 2008

Review: Internet Cleanup 5.0

by Joe Kissell, Macworld

Internet utility suite produces mixed results.

Converting From PC To Mac

by Dan Kaufman, The Age

I began setting it up, moving all my documents, music and photos over from my PC using a flash drive, before the horrible realisation dawned; Apple Mail doesn't import Outlook email files.

Apple May Say iPod, Mac Boosted Profit; iPhone Sales Deferred

by Connie Guglielmo, Bloomberg

Apple decided not to include last quarter's iPhone sales in its report because older models sold during the period lacked updated software.

Ten Free Mac OS X Programs That Make The PC To Mac Switch A Breeze

by Ultimate Technology Base

Having recently made the switch to a Mac myself, I've put together a list of the top ten free Mac OS X programs that made switching from a PC to a Mac a breeze.

iPhone 3G Availability Plummets

by Gregg Keizer, Computerworld

Apple Inc.'s iPhone 3G supply dropped dramatically over the weekend, as the company's own inventory tool showed fewer than 9% of its stores had any phones to sell on Sunday.

iPhone 2.0 Performance Issues: Contacts

by Jason D. O'Grady,

Apple's buggy Contacts application has effectively hobbled an integral feature of the iPhone and it's also brought down Mail and SMS with it.

Remembering When Hell Once Froze Over

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

If I remember my history correctly, Apple's iPod used to support MusicMatch software on Windows. Pretty soon, it was dropped when iTunes for Windows was unveiled.

So.... guess how long Apple's MobileMe will support Internet Explorer? Notice that Safari is already on Windows...

My Son, The Blogger: An M.D. Trades Medicine For Apple Rumor

by Brian Stelter, New York Times

For eight years, Arnold Kim has been trading gossip, rumor and facts about Apple, the notoriously secretive computer company, on his web site,

It had been a hobby — albeit a time-consuming one — while Dr. Kim earned his medical degree.

AppleTV: Not Mainstream, But Then Again Neither Are DVRs (Yet)

by Robert Seidman, TV By The Numbers

If Apple announces a DVR in Apple TV it will upset a few people. If it announces Slingbox functionality it also will rub some folks the wrong way. It's too bad that is the way it is, but because it is, it's not easy for Apple and I believe that's why it has played Apple TV down so much.

By Heng-Cheong Leong