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Apple has updated Boot Camp Beta to support 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. Keep in mind that this is a beta version and not a polished retail product so be wary of using it for anything that is absolutely critical to you or your business. If you're running Apple hardware and want to add a Vista boot option, check it out here. Boot Camp... Read more...
It has only been a few days since the first shipments left the factory and there are already a number of hacks for the Apple TV device, from swapping out the hard drive to installing unsupported codecs. The game at Gizmodo have compiled a list of what they think are the top 5 hacks for Apple TV, complete with a video and explanations.... Read more...
IT-Analysis has posted a very interesting history lesson and perspective about 64-bit computing. The memory aspect of 64-bit computing really seems to make the most compelling argument, given the increasingly high memory requirements of newer games and multimedia editing packages. Then there's multi-tasking to consider. Hopefully we'll... Read more...
PC World has the full scoop on a smartphone / portable media player that's set to take on Apple's upcoming iPhone, the Samsung UpStage M620. This device has some rather unique features and an innovative design that's sure to spur some discussion.        "Unveiled in January at the Consumer Electronics... Read more...
Hardware Roundup: It seems like every site is taking a look at an intel 680i SLI powered board today, and for good reason too: these boards are just amazing.  Today Bjorn3D takes a look at one from EVGA. While the next review is certainly and Intel powered desktop, it's actually an Apple Mac Mini featuring a core duo... Read more...
Apple has started shipping their much anticipated wireless set top box for showing downloaded content from its iTunes store. Here, take your pick: It's going to take over the industry. They wont be able to give them away. Apple is hoping that its set-top box will be able to transform the market for... Read more...
Apple's newest advertising strategy alleges that Macs are superior to PCs, in that they'll save users money. The company claims that Mac's aren't only cheap, but that they're also good for business because they are easy to use and are not prone to viruses. Apple has also proven its value as a company, as some analysts expect... Read more...
The rumors of an AMD based Apple PC have been going around since at least the time of the original Athlon launch, and possibly even earlier. To date that is all they are, rumors. However, with ATI being a long-time Apple supplier, and now part of AMD, anything is possible. Do keep in mind while you're reading this, that Apple has often... Read more...
If you've been thinking about purchasing an Apple TV, then you might want to look at the new EVA8000 from Netgear first. Here's a snip from their product release announcement: "The Digital Entertainer HD automatically discovers HD movies, TV shows, music files, and personal photos on a home network, across multiple computers,... Read more...
While currently this news only affects Acrobat 8 volume licenses on the Windows OSes, it seems like a good step in the right direction. For those who have been having upgrade issues with single user versions of Acrobat, hang in there. "Effective immediately, all Acrobat 8 for Windows installation media will be provided with ALM disabled. The... Read more...
The Register is reporting that Apple's first sub-notebook in almost a decade might very well come with a flash drive: "Rumours that Apple is working on a sub-notebook computer were given weight this week when a Wall Street analyst claimed the ultra-compact MacBook will use Flash... Read more...
If you're working in a small to medium sized business, (SMB) what are you browsing the web with? While Apple and Linux noisily fight with each other over the ten percent of OS Microsoft doesn't supply, Firefox has grabbed huge market share for their internet browser. According to... Read more...
An interesting video dissecting portions of Job's iPhone introduction at Macworld '07 has surfaced. "While none of this is really groundbreaking information, some of it does further explain how the iPhone functions and even hints at possible future strategies Apple may be taking." Sadly, that statement sums the video up fairly well.... Read more...
Ars Technica has an interview with Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's new chief software architect. He signals a slight change in Microsoft's worldview, and unlike Bill Gates, he identifies his new competition. Google. Of course, any discussion of Microsoft moving to Internet-connected services... Read more...
Microsoft recently shipped a new version of Windows so its time for some industry analysts to map out the plan for Microsoft's eventual decline and Apple's surge back to predominance after roughly two decades in niche-ville. Interesting reading... "In 2000, Microsoft Windows... Read more...
Steve Jobs is discovering that in Japan at least, they like the guy on the left. A lot. Aside from the UK, Apple also re-shot the commercials for Japan. And just as any smart person would expect, Apple is facing a little bit of a backlash there as well... Read more...
Bill Gates and Co. have been doing their best to promote Windows Vista since its release, but it seems they just cant get a break from Apple's latest "Get a Mac" ad campaign. The ads, which poke and prod at PCs as well as Windows Vista, have as of late focused on security. In a recent press conference, Bill Gates claimed that... Read more...
IT staffing is expected to be flat in 2007. Computerworld has a rundown of the five Mad Skillz an IT jobseeker should expect to be grilled about in their job interview: IT hiring figures are expected to dip slightly in the coming year, so you'll be getting a flood of rsums for every job opening you have. From those, hiring executives... Read more...
Apple's popular video iPod media player is going to scrap a hard disk drive altogether, and go with flash memory, according to a report from an analyst from Prudential Equity Group. "We believe that the video iPod transition from 1.8-inch hard disk drives to NAND flash memory may occur as soon as late 2007," Tortora wrote. "Our checks... Read more...
Wal*Mart is starting their own online video download service today. They'll be offering movies and TV shows for a little less, generally, than Apple's similar iTunes service. Unlike some offerings, Wal-Mart will not rent films online. The films can be played on a PC or transferred... Read more...
Corsair Launches Mac Memory DDR2-667 SODIMM Product Family for Apple PCs -- Memory Upgrades Available for MacBook, MacBook Pro, and Intel-based versions of iMac -- Fremont, CA (February 5, 2007) - Corsair, a worldwide leader in high performance computer products, today launched Mac Memory, their first memory... Read more...
Now this is my kind of stuff. Earlier in the week we reported on Apple's new ads attacking Vista and the PC in general. It's Microsoft's turn to throw a few stones, and the company's leader himself has some things to say about Apple's assertions... Are you bugged by the Apple commercial where John Hodgman is the PC, and... Read more...
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