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Archive for May 2006

May 31st, 2006

Hands On With The MacBook

In as much as I’ve read and posted about the various reviews about the MacBook, nothing beats a first hand experience. I’m quite fortunate that as I’m writing this entry, I’m doing so in a brand spanking new white 2.0ghz MacBook. Before you say lucky guy, this ain’t mine. It just so happens that my [...]

By Juan -- 2 comments

May 30th, 2006

A new conspiracy: The Dash Code

A few months back, Apple was giving out hints that they would be releasing an application called Dashcode that let the average joe create his own widgets. Parallel to Apple’s “democratizing technology” vision, this seemed like a sound idea.
As it turns out, Apple had released the application prematurely with the new MacBooks. Not only has [...]

By Jayvee -- 1 comment

May 25th, 2006

David Pogue’s Take On The MacBook

New York Times columnist David Pogue writes about the MacBook. Overall his impression of it is good. His exact words..
On balance, though, the MacBook is a very sweet laptop that’s gained more than it’s lost.
I agree with most of his comments but only provisionally as I’ve not yet seen an actual MacBook. It sucks to [...]

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May 24th, 2006

Apple and Nike partnership

There’s a great article over at BusinessWeek Online on the partnership of the iPod-running shoes team up between Apple and Nike.
Nike CEO Mike Parker had more to say when it came to the iPod integration, “Obviously, a lot of that was already happening … If the shoe and the iPod could talk to each other, [...]

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May 20th, 2006

What People Are Saying About The Macbooks

So I guess by now you’ve probably heard of Apple’s latest release. The Macbooks. The sleek replacement to the iBook line and the 12″ Powerbook. I would give you a hands on review on it if not for two reasons. One, they’re still not available here and two, I still don’t have the spare cash [...]

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May 17th, 2006

Signs That The There Will Be No MacBook Pro Smaller Than The 15″

1. Meet The Family. Now Complete.

This slogan found at www.apple.com/macbook is a pretty good sign that as of now, Apple has launched its whole line up of portables. So it’s really going to be the 13.3″ MacBooks for the consumers and the 15″ and 17″ MacBook Pros for well.. Pro users.
I personally find the current [...]

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May 16th, 2006

Macbooks Are Here!!!!

Starting at $1099. Comes in White and Black. 13.3″ Widescreen display. Magsafe connector. Built-in iSight. Simply Awesome…
EDIT: Here are pics of the first UNPACKING of the black MacBook.
Just go see it for yourself.. Now! Go!

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May 15th, 2006

Symantec CEO - More People Should Buy Macs

In an article from News.com, Symantec CEO John Thompson said that more people should buy Macs. This was in response to a question from an audience member. Quoting the News.com article
“We think more people ought to buy them,” Thompson said of Apple’s Macintosh computers, in response to a question from the audience at the Future [...]

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May 15th, 2006

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Sue ‘Em

Macnn reports that Creative has sued Apple for the use of the iPod interface. Quoting from Macnn’s article.
Creative has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission requesting that the Commission institute an investigation of whether Apple has violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 through its importation and sale after importation [...]

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May 15th, 2006

iPod is the new PDA?

Was browsing Emerging Earth, which led me to Rick Segal’s blog. Turns out that Apple has been dropping subtle hints about adopting a new chip for their portable devices - one that decreases battery life -but optimizes performance to the level of .. well .. a personal digital assistant.
The Portal Player is a 16bit chip [...]

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