Site Meter Maconlysource » 2007 » June
home

Gathering the best of news sources around the Net!




DOMAIN FOR SALE 5000.00 USD contact nospammeplease AT me.com


THIS PAGE WILL NOT VIEW IN INTERNET EXPLORER

dropdown

cool


Archive for at around evening time

-image-iPhone Disassembly

in the wee hours

iPhone Disassembly: “iPhone Live Disassembly”

9-21.jpg

(Via ifixit.)

-image-Apple’s iPhone reviewed | International News | News | Telegraph

in the wee hours

Apple’s iPhone reviewed | International News | News | Telegraph: “Seth Weintraub, an Apple analyst for technology site Computerworld, has had a bad case of ‘techno lust’ ever since Apple announced the iPhone. Last night, he finally got to find out what all the hype was about”

(Via telegraph.)

-image-McNucle server software iNuron | Bytes in your life !

in the wee hours
iNuron | Bytes in your life ! : "Share! Anything Share all types of data: documents, music, pictures, movies and other personal content.. With anyone Invite friends, family and colleagues to access your data and vice versa. With a McNucle, you are in full control of your own data.. Anywhere Full remote access to your data over the home network, but also over the internet. From now on you can reach your data from anywhere.. Unlimited No limits to amounts of Gigs. Whatever you have available, Read more [...]

-image-Secret Notes: iPhone FAQ confirms no insurance

in the wee hours

Secret Notes: iPhone FAQ confirms no insurance: “A new iPhone frequently asked questions page from AT&T confirms what Think Secret sources have been saying for weeks: no insurance will be offered on the iPhone.”

(Via Think Secret.)

-image-Rogers ‘not very far’ on iPhone for Canada

in the wee hours
Long wait for an iPhone for Canada: "Canadians hoping to get the iPhone are likely to see a significant wait, according to cellular provider Rogers. Company CFO Bill Linton has recently confirmed at a conference that his employer was in talks with Apple to bring the device to Canada but that the iPhone creator wanted to focus first on establishing American success before shifting elsewhere, reserving its full contract negotiations for the aftermath of the June 29th release. "The truth is we aren't Read more [...]

-image-VirtuFrame

in the wee hours
TriLateral Systems - VirtuFrame: "VirtuFrame is the original virtual frame application for Mac OS X. VirtuFrame sports a clean user experience and refined interface for the photo aficionado." (Via trilateralsystems.) Read more [...]

-image-More iPhone reviews: Pogue, Levy

in the wee hours
More iPhone reviews: Pogue, Levy: "David Pogue and Stephen Levy have now reviewed the iPhone, both saying it largely lives up to the massive hype generated since its announcement at the Macworld Expo in January. We previously noted a review from The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg, who said that the device 'sets a new bar for the smart-phone industry.' Levy notes that while many..." (Via MacNN.) Read more [...]

-image-First iPhone Review from Walt Mossberg

in the wee hours

First iPhone Review from Walt Mossberg: “The Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg and Katherine Boehret have posted their review of the Apple iPhone.

Mossberg and Bohret tested the iPhone for two weeks in multiple usage scenarios and in various cities:

(Via MacRumors.)

-image-A gamer’s look at Parallels 3

in the wee hours
A gamer's look at Parallels 3: "How good is Parallels Desktop for Mac at running games Parallels 3 is here - the first version of this popular virtualization software for Intel-based Macs that’s suited to gaming. That’s because Parallels 3 incorporates hardware-based 3D graphics acceleration. It provides Mac gamers with a degree of utility they didn’t have before. Even with these improvements, though, gamers looking for maximum performance and compatibility are still best served Read more [...]

-image-News: AT&T details iPhone service plans, iTunes activation

in the wee hours

News: AT&T details iPhone service plans, iTunes activation: “Apple and AT&T on Tuesday released details for the service plans for the release of the iPhone later this week. The iPhone will have three available plans that will start at $59.99. The companies also offered details on the activation process, which will take place using Apple’s iTunes.

(Via MacCentral.)

-image-PocketMac releases free gas price searching widget

in the wee hours

PocketMac releases free gas price searching widget: “Information Appliance Associates (IAA) today released their free widget, PocketMac Gas Pump Genie, allowing Mac users to discover the best gas prices in their neighborhood…”

(Via MacMinute.)

-image-PulpMotion 1.2

in the wee hours
PulpMotion 1.2 adds new features and improves performances in Aquafadas' innovative slideshow and presentation tool. For the ones that couldn't make it to the DeliciousGeneration party during WWDC, no regrets; now it's their chance to discover the latest features of PulpMotion: · New soundtrack options for the video during playback, · Great performance increase in the media manager: scrolling through thousands of images is now really quick · New in the player: you can now Read more [...]

-image-SafariPlus (freeware)

in the wee hours
SafariPlus: "Manage cookies, block Flash ads, and stop animations in Safari SafariPlus is a plug-in for Safari that lets you manage cookies as well as block Flash and GIF animations. Unlike other plugins, SafariPlus lets you take control of your web browsing experience without having to worry about complicated filtering rules and esoteric settings. SafariPlus is small and simple. Best of all, it's free. (Via Download.) Read more [...]

-image-WWDC Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) Videos

in the wee hours

WWDC Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) Videos: “Someone posted video clips to Brightcove demonstrating Apple’s Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (WWDC Build).

The videos highlight many of the functions of Leopard, including: CoverFlow, Screen Sharing, Stacks, Speech, Preview and PDFs, Pr…”

(Via MacRumors.)

-image-Rumour: Mac OS X Leopard internal roadmap revealed

in the wee hours
Rumour: Mac OS X Leopard internal roadmap revealed: "New Leopard build to be seeded by early July MacScoop reports that sources close to the development of Mac OS X Leopard in Cupertino have revealed an internal roadmap for the software’s release. " (Via Macworld UK.) Read more [...]