A guide to Nintendo 64 Emulation on the Mac

May 16, 2007

Today it seems the classic game ROM community is growing and growing as more and more are discovering how to play classic arcade and console games on their computers at the same way how they enjoy online gambling, if you like online gambling you need to check the info at https://attitude.co.uk/article/yes-i-want-to-gamble-online-for-free/24987/. For a long time, […]

Six Things Apple Needs to Fix by 2008

April 10, 2007

6. Apple TV 2.0 and iTunes Movie Downloads The Apple TV is a great example of the typical first generation Apple product. At first it seems to lack features that make it worth the high price Apple is asking for. Just like the iPod and many other Apple products, the Apple TV will probably follow […]

Make your own independent URL Downloader

March 16, 2007

Every now and then I’ve come across a quicktime movie, an MP3 audio file, or even a flash file that I’ve wanted to save to my desktop for use in situations when I’m not connected to the internet. In Safari, just open the URL of the file and select “File>Save As…” and choose your destination. […]

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 […]

iLife and iWork ’07 to be bundled with Leopard?

February 3, 2007

At Macworld 2007 we all were left wondering why there were no announcements concerning the much-expected iLife and iWork 2007 suites. It was quite surprising to find Steve Jobs admitting that there would be no more Mac-related announcements after only ten minutes into the Keynote. Especially since, if I recall, in Macworld 2006 or 2005 […]

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 […]

The first 30 years were just the beginning. Welcome to 2007.

January 1, 2007

Apple has a pretty big new year’s resolution. Mac users and tech lovers already have enough anticipation and hopes for Apple in 2007 without a great tease direct from Apple’s website reading: This pretty illuminating graphic screams that they are ready to kick some ass in 2007 and onward. Apple has not looked this good […]

Leopard v9A326 Seeded featuring more dark glass

December 11, 2006

Leopard version 9A326, according to rumor site MacShrine, was seeded to internal Apple employees yesterday with a substantial amount of upgrades to the next-generation OS. The new seed is said to include improved compatibility with video and audio podcasts in Safari RSS, numerous bug fixes, and Boot Camp version 1.2. The iSync application was not […]

Leopard’s Illuminating Graphical User Interface: Illuminous

December 10, 2006

Mac OS X’s Aqua has matured very slowly over the last few years. It seems like many OS X users are tired of Aqua and ready for a new revolutionary GUI to compliment and enhance the experience of using a Mac. An increasingly popular theme for Apple’s latest applications have been smooth unified metal and […]

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 […]

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