Author: Andru Edwards
If you think you can get simpler than this, you’re wrong. This is what I love about people who develop good accessories. This clip unites your iPod buds to your iPod or yourself. It’s simple and cheap in price - $9.99 for a 4 pack. However, those of us that own iPods understand that we never know what do with the ear buds when we are going to put …
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A couple of things just popped up in my Software Update panel. The first is a new Security Update:
Security Update 2005-008 delivers a number of security enhancements and is recommended for all Macintosh users.
This update includes the following components:
ImageIO LibSystem Mail QuickDraw Ruby SecurityAgent securityd
For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website: http://www.info.apple.com/kbnum/n61798
The other is a new iPod Updater, which fixes a bug in the iPod shuffle. Others …
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Have you ever had the urge to drink a nice cold beer or soda immediately, only to find that your roommate didn’t take the time to throw the six-pack in the fridge? Soon enough, this problem may be a thing of the past. Through a partnership of Tempra Technology and Crown Holdings, the world’s first self chilling can, the I.C. Can, is here!
Proprietary engineering creates a temperature drop …
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Google has improved its Firefox toolbar and taken it out of beta for it’s official release. As an improvment to the toobar, users are now able to arrange icons they see fit. They have also added Google Suggest, which shows related search suggestions as you are typing in the Toolbar search box. I can’t remember the last time a Google product actually came out of beta.…
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According to a report published by Clean Production Action and the Computer TakeBack Campaign, the dust on your computer can be bad for your health. The two groups, which study health and environmental issues related to computers, say that possibly dangerous elements of brominated fire retardants were found in dust samples taken from various computers. The most common substance found …
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Since removing all ads from its browser, Opera Software has seen over one million downloads of its desktop browser in only two days, breaking the previous record set in April when the company released Opera 8. Jon S. von Tetzchner, CEO of Opera Software says, “The success of our free browser proves the world is ready for a fresh option. I’m most excited about the hundreds …
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Just a quick heads up - despite beefing up our servers a few months ago, it seems that the need has arisen again. That being the case, we will be upgrading our servers, as as such, there is a possibility that we may experience a bit of downtime. Of course, we will make it as short as possible, if it has to be that way at all....
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The next phase of the Verizon FIOS service has been opened up, as FIOS TV has been made available in some areas of Texas. Looking at the offering, Verizon is continuing to provide a great value for the money, much the same way that they have done with their Internet service, providing an enormous selection of digital and Video-On-Demand channels.
FiOS TV subscribers will enjoy 100 …
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We remember being completely satisfied when the GBA:SP was released with the front-lit TFT screen. After all, it meant no more dark pillaging in Metroid Fusion on the original GBA - that was a blessing. Recently, Nintendo stated that the Game Boy Micro would have the brightest, most vibrant screen of any of their handhelds. I guess that statement was true for a few weeks, as now …
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