Bitpim team ceases development for Mac binaries

March 15, 2007

I am really not a fan of negative news, and it really hurts when I hear a Mac developer or team decides to cease development of a great Mac application. A few weeks ago, the Bitpim development team has announced their inability to produce any further updates to the Mac binary version of Bitpim, a [...]

Macworld Keynote 2007 in review

January 9, 2007

Today was a major milestone for Apple Computer, Inc. that will be looked back in retrospect a major turning point when Apple finally completes its digital media ring of products and services. January 9, 2007 will be remembered as the day Apple announced many revolutionary products, such as the smart-phone and digital media hub that [...]

Apple making final preperations to release iPhone in January

December 5, 2006

The number of Apple iPhone rumors that have existed for the last half-decade have hit an all-time high as more clues and speculation of an Apple-branded cellphone begin to make more sense. Now seems like the perfect time to release such a product for Apple, considering Apple’s crumbling relationship with Motorola and their recent slowdown [...]

Setup Bluetooth DUN with your Verizon mobile and your Mac

September 27, 2006

For the past two months, I’ve been on a quest to find a way to use my Bluetooth Modem capabilities on my LG vx8300 with my MacBook Pro. It wasn’t able to connect until the other day when a reader referred me to a HowardForums thread on how to setup Bluetooth DUN with a LG [...]

BitPim for Mac OS X

July 17, 2006

BitPim is one of the coolest, cheapest (freeware), easiest, ugliest apps available to Mac users with cell phones. Ever since I got my LG VX8300 from Verizon Wireless, I have been wanting a way to transfer pictures, ringtones, etc. to my cell phone from my Mac and vice-versa. I struggled after failing to browse the [...]




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