Abandoning Boot Camp for Parallels?

July 3, 2006

Apple seems to be confused on what to support, their own dual-boot method or Parallels’ virtualization alternative. Many clues on Apple’s website point to the theory that Apple is more interested in Parallels than Boot Camp. The picture attached to this article is a screenshot of the Get a Mac “Touché” ad at the end […]

Analyst predicts Boot Camp to triple Mac market share

June 13, 2006

Boot Camp has triggered a ton of positive feedback these past few weeks from analysts and consumers, but nothing like this. An analyst Charles Wolf of Needham & Co. predicts that the Macintosh is to soon triple in market share in the home market. This market share explosion is likely to occur in 2007-2008, due […]

Leopard VS. Vista – Part Two – The Heat Is On

June 12, 2006

Leopard VS. Vista – Part Two is the second article of the “Leopard VS. Vista” series: Leopard VS. Vista – Part One Leopard VS. Vista – Part Two – The Heat is On Leopard VS. Vista – Part Three – Secrets an Photocopiers Lately, the next-generation Windows operating system has been receiving a lot of […]

The Chardonnay project confirmed by Apple Job Description

January 26, 2006

Apparently, Apple is looking for an experienced software engineer to develop and improve the Finder. According to Apple, this person has to be extremely experienced with including C++, User Interfaces, debugging, Mac OS X, and a lot more. The job description actually explains exactly what this person will be working on, and also explaining everything […]

Predictions for Safari 3.0

January 2, 2006

Safari 2.0 needs a lot of improvement, so hopefully Safari 3.0 will fix the issues. Safari 2.0 introduced RSS capability, a growing and necessary feature in all browsers. Internet Explorer 7 is supposed to add this feature, along with many bugs in IE. I would guess that Safari 3.0 will finally get rid of its […]

Tips for Mac OS X Speech Recognition

January 1, 2006

One of the first things I discovered when I switched to Mac was the ability to control the computer with your voice. I am usually a keyboard shortcut guy, but lately I’ve started to use Speech to control my Mac. If you have never tried Speech before, you should give it a try. In the […]

Leopard VS. Vista – Part One

December 30, 2005

Leopard VS. Vista – Part One is the first article of the “Leopard VS. Vista” series:Leopard VS. Vista – Part OneLeopard VS. Vista – Part Two – The Heat is OnLeopard VS. Vista – Part Three – Secrets an Photocopiers The Microsoft community is all hyped up for Microsoft’s next operating system, Windows Vista. Microsoft’s […]

Was the upgrade to Tiger worth it?

November 23, 2005

Apple marketed Mac OS X Tiger by its new features, Spotlight and Dashboard. But after using Tiger for about 5 months, I have yet to use Spotlight and I use Dashboard about 3 times a week. I feel slightly sorry for Konfabulator, since it was the original Dashboard. On top of that, the first versions […]


October 20, 2005

No, I am not talking about the wine… macosXrumors.com has reported that the next version of Mac OS X, Leopard, will feature a new Finder experience. Basically, Chardonnay will be the new name for the finder, or project, and will feature new Spotlight features and Meta tags. This is the start of the Leopard rumors…..

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