released their latest cool little accessory that you didn't know you needed until you heard about it. The SmartShare plugs into any mini-jack, like
perhaps an iPod, and allows you to connect two set of headphones. It is basically a splitter, but the nice thing is
that each separate headp...
January 12th 2006 at 4:30pm
Joining Microsoft in the 'we don't want to make a Mac version of this so let's just give someone else's away' school
of thought Research in Motion, the makers of Blackberry, will be offering PocketMac for Blackberry as a free
download for their customers sometime in February.PocketMac began life as...
January 12th 2006 at 4:00pm
SketchUp has teamed up with Google to create a beta plugin for
SketchUp (a very cool drafting program). Why is this cool? You can create a building in SketchUp and place that drawing
in its context in Google Earth. This is a very powerful concept and I'm sure lots of small Mac shops are rejoicing
January 12th 2006 at 3:45pm
had a chance to get my hands on one of the
Macbook Pros today, and I was impressed by the responsiveness of this machine. It is the fastest Mac portable I have
ever used, which makes sense but I was impressed by just how much faster it seems.The construction is
solid, and the screen is much b...
January 12th 2006 at 3:32pm
we know Windows will be able to run on the
new Intel Macs the question becomes which version of Windows will work with them. Due to the BIOS on the new Macs
Windows XP will not run on them yet (we'll have to wait for a hacker to do something about that), however, Windows
Vista supports this...
January 12th 2006 at 2:45pm
During the keynote Steve gave the usual, 'the iPod is doing great' song and dance, however, he did say that this was
Macworld and proceeded to talk about Macs for the majority of the keynote. The San Francisco Chronicle has a story up about the folks
how have used the iPod as a 'gateway' drug into t...
January 12th 2006 at 2:30pm
is showing off a wireless keyboard/mouse combo that they are working on just for the Mac (I'll post a picture later).
This is good news for Mac folks since more peripherals are good. However, when Microsoft approached Apple about
licensing the Apple logo for the Command key Apple declined....
January 12th 2006 at 2:15pm
iWeb, the newest member of the iLife family, has garnered lots of
interest from web developers, bloggers, and podcasters. Will it be the end all and be all of web development? Ok,
probably not, but will it make creating blogs easier?Sam Kass isn't so sure. He takes iWeb for
a spin and comments on it...
January 12th 2006 at 1:45pm
Chris Pirillo of LockerGnome fame, has written the 'ten
reasons your next PC will be from Apple,' in reference to the brand new Intel Macs. He lists some interesting
reasons that go beyond the usual 'lack of spyware,' though that is on the list as well.Style, reliability,
ease of support, and iPod...
January 12th 2006 at 12:30pm
Ok, so some of you have had iLife '06 for
a little while now, and I want to see the fruits of your labor. Leave an URL for a page that you created using
iWeb in the comments, or the address of a Photocast.Let's share the love, folks!
January 11th 2006 at 10:00pm
I saw a
demo of SoftChaos' Workstrip and I was quite impressed.
Workstrip is a replacement for the Dock that offers you a number of features including multiple workspaces, previews,
application specific favorites, and a number of other things. I really can't do this software justice, so go check out...
January 11th 2006 at 9:30pm
Belkin has a
huge booth here at Macworld (and I'll post an Engadget style booth tour later).%uFFFD I asked Burk Murray, director of
Belkin product management, what I should look at since I am way too important to just wander around with the rest of
the Macworld attendees and he said, without hesitat...
January 11th 2006 at 9:00pm