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This guy turned 15 and Got a mac Mini. And the Best Cake Ever!
it appears that Apple is doing a good bit of work behind the scenes to ensure that future iPhone users will be able to access and purchase tunes (and video?) from the iTunes Store. Apple's recently filed "Configuration of a computing device in a secure manner" patent
Ars Technica revists the question of who is providing the main processor for the upcoming iPhone. New information sheds light on the matter.
Correo is a new open source email client for Mac OS X, which ?blends technology from two popular Mozilla projects, Camino and Thunderbird, to create a polished native Macintosh application?.
we wondered how well the best of both worlds worked. Namely, using Parallels to run Vista alongside OS X. So we installed Vista using Parallels on our 15-inch, 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro.The good news is it did work, but the bad news is it didn't work very well.
An interesting look into the environmental impact of the iTunes Store. Are iTunes users reducing waste?
Jeremy Mehrle has close to 100 mac computers and has almost every mac ever made. In this interview he talks about how he got in to collecting macs and how he set up his mini Mac museum.
Google calendar can be a great tool for organizing your life. However, sometimes you would still want to use your own desktop application. Apple?s iCal, which is built-into Mac OS X, can be used to subscribe to your Google Calendar, and will automatically check Google Calendar every few minutes to check for new items.
An awesome image that would probably be true if happening.
Macfox is a heavily customized version of Firefox that is made to look and work just like Safari. Oh and it's Mac only
Make your windows float above all others, make them transparent at the scroll of your wheel or in a single keystroke, and move them without having to go search for the title bar. All of this, for most Mac applications, in just a few clicks.
Here is a list of 10 OS X applications that are useful and not widely known. My guess is that you have heard of 1 or 2 of them, but the majority of these apps should be unkown to the average Mac user.
Turns out all those Mac's are over-priced conversations are for naught. Check out the charts!
From the mysterious person who posted a picture of a supposed new iPod has come out with a video showing the making of the photo that turned out to be fake. Here it is at a mirrored site, as the original link broke down.
Looks like someone put up a working vmware image of osx. Cant be far off now.
This Shapeshifter-theme enables transparency in the menubar, window titlebars, and most notably - the metal windows.