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Archive for September 2006

September 27th, 2006

My iBook is now a desktop replacement

Yesterday I sent off my iBook’s battery to be replaced courtesy of the Great Battery Recall. In the Philippines, a battery replacement can take one week to get this, 24 weeks. The tech guy said that the latter doesn’t happen though. It’s just a precaution.
In any case, my iBook G4 (three years together and still [...]

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September 25th, 2006

Follow the White Laptop

The people at Cambrian House just started a novel way to raise funds. They got a White Macbook 1.83 Ghz Core Duo and sent it off in a journey. The mission, to get as much signatures on it from Tech Rockstars. The laptop at the end of it’s journey will then be auctioned off to [...]

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September 24th, 2006

Macworld Reviews Update Mac Minis

Jason Snell of Macworld puts the recently updated Mac Minis through it’s paces. His recommendation? Mac Minis are a good value if you’re looking to use it as a supplementary computer, web/file server or as a set-top box for home entertaiment.
Priced at $599 for the 1.6 Ghz Core Duo and $799 for the 1.83 Ghz [...]

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September 21st, 2006

Download iClip For Free

The good folks over at MacWorld are giving away free copies of iClip, the clipboard/scrapbook/ software for Mac OS X. Made by the people at inventive. It’s a good app. I’ve tried it and it’s good. Is it part of my arsenal, not really. Simply because like I’ve said before. I’m just too cheap… But [...]

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September 19th, 2006


My first foray into the world of iPod Games is Bejeweled. Well ok, technically it’s not the first iPod game I played. I’ve gone through the bundled games of my iPod namely, Solitaire, Brick, Parachute and Music Quiz. I at least tried the games once. I only liked solitaire.
The release of iTunes 7 and the [...]

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September 18th, 2006

A Quick Look At iTunes 7

James Kim of Cnet gives a quick look of iTunes 7. He rates it at a 7.8. Hmmm.. I’d probably rate it just a notch higher at 8.2 to 8.5. iTunes 7 is great but there’s till several things to work on.
What I like about iTunes 7? The refined interface, CoverFlow View (Yeah baby!), integrated [...]

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September 13th, 2006

My iPod shuffle is bigger than yours

I held my breath as Steve announced the new iPod shuffle. I didn’t really care much for the nano and big iPod replacements. See, a year ago, I bought a 1GB iPod shuffle. I was king of the hill, and I knew that when the first nano came out, I was still at an advantage.
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September 11th, 2006

One thousand free PocketDocks

While Apple is getting ready for tomorrow’s Showtime Session, SenStation is giving away 1,000 free PocketDocks - all you need to do is pay for shipping.
Pocket What? Well, it’s basically bringing together the old and the new. I mean, Apple IS announcing new iPods tomorrow right?

The PocketDock FireWire is an indispensable add-on for the iPod [...]

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September 10th, 2006

Sept 12 Poster Spotted

Someone has managed to snap a photo of the Sept 12 poster. If this is any sign of things to come, if this poster is true, dang.. The device which looks to be the 6th Gen iPod looks wicked… Widescreen aspect ration, front row like interface, simple form factor.. Winner..
Original link can be found here.

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September 10th, 2006

24″ iMac Striptease

Some lucky bloke has got his hands on the new 24″ iMacs. He’s kind enough to post unpacking pics for us. Funny how stuff like this tickles our fancy.. This didn’t happen with new Dell PCs that come out.. hmm..
View the pics here.

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