New Features in iPhone Firmware 2.2 Beta 2

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Apple will be continuing to improve the iPhone experience thanks to their subscription based accounting and some of those lucky enough to have iPhone firmware 2.2 beta 2 have been able to bring us some insight into what we will be seeing in the upcoming firmware release. One of the most interesting features (and possibly […]

Adobe Creative Suite 4 Crack In Less Than 2 Weeks

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With every new release of Creative Suite all of those clever hackers spend countless hours finding ways of getting around all of Adobe’s anti-piracy systems. This time around it took hackers a little less than two weeks to release a crack for Photoshop CS4. Both Windows and Mac versions of the entire Creative Suite are […]

CodeWeavers Offers Free Software For Today Only

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Jeremy White, CodeWeavers CEO made a promise 3 months ago. That promise was to offer CodeWeaver products free for one day if George Bush was able to achieve one of Jeremy White’s “Lame Duck” goals. It seemed as though these goals were never going to be met but then the price of crude oil started […]

T-Mobile G1 Having Some Serious E-Mail Problems

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The darling of the anti-iPhone crowd, T-Mobile G1, is beginning to show some signs that it truly is a new mobile platform and therefore must have some bugs. Word comes from the T-Mobile forums that both POP3 and IMAP email is having connection errors about 95% of the time when they check their email. These […]

“Please Fix The iPhone,” Nah, I Think It’s Fine

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I’ve been pretty vocal about the fact that the iPhone is practically as good as it can get but I constantly hear people complaining about the iPhone and its very few downsides. What’s most frustrating about this is that most of these complaints, in my opinion at least may make the iPhone worse, not better. […]

Finally a Good Reason To Hack Your Apple TV, Hulu

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The Apple TV is a great device and I absolutely love mine but I haven’t really had much of a reason to hack it. Yes, the idea of being able to watch unsupported formats on my Apple TV sounded nice but honestly I have just much rather spent the time to convert those files to […]

How to Force Empty Trash in Mac OS X

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These instructions may have changed, a new version can be found here. One of the problems I see coming up over and over again on my Mac is the inability to empty the trash. I like to keep my trash can clean so every time I get 2 or 3 things in the trash I […]

Asus Eee PC Drops Below $300 on

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Not much to say here, but if you are looking at buying a netbook you can now purchase the Eee PC 900A which packs a 8.9″ display, 1.6GHz Atom processor, 1GB of memory, a 4GB SSD, and Linux pre-installed all for the low price of $299.99. In slightly related news the Eee PC is now […]

Comment on Some apps & games stay on my iPhone out of guilt

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I commented on a 5ThirtyOne post talking about some flaws in the App Store. Since I haven’t talked much about the flaws of the App Store I thought I would also post the comment that I left on their blog here. My opinion of the App Store is pretty firm, it seems like it is […]

Apple’s October 14th Announcements

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So Apple had some pretty good announcements yesterday and overall I’m very satisfied with what was announced. Rather than do a full run down of what was announced I’m going to instead do a quick list of the announcements (I’m sure many of you have already heard about them thus the shorter post). Apple has […]

Last Minute Notebook Event Rumor Roundup

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The MacBook Air will be getting a mention at todays event. It will be shown off and announced at the event but won’t be available until January 2009. – 9 to 5 Mac That mysterious button/port on the left side of the MacBook Pro case photos is supposed to be a battery release button. – […]

New MacBook Pro Design Gets Photographed

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Update x2: 9 to 5 Mac brings to light the possibility that JR is a faker. Remember back before the Let’s Rock event a JR photo showed up showing off a new iPod Nano that was later found to be fake. Just keep that in mind while looking at these photos. (the photo below is […]

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