Hitachi is bringing a 500GB hard drive designed to be installed in laptop computers.
WALL/E, the new animated movie from Disney/Pixar, will be the subject of a new game from THQ that will come to the Mac.
The Touchmods team have released version 1.0 of SIP-VoIP for the iPod Touch. This hack will allow the Touch to make phone calls over its WiFi connection. Although named version 1.0, it is most certainly still a beta, and will take some special magic on your part to get things going.
Looks like there might another major announcement at MacWorld. BGR it’s confirmed” that Apple is launching a record label with Jay-Z, who’s set to step down from Def Jam.
DVD-by-mail service Netflix Inc. will begin delivering movies and other programming directly…
Isobella Jade, is getting national attention these days as the model who wrote a memoir without the use of computer. (Let me clarify: without the use of her own computer.) It may very well be the start of a new breed: books written in public spaces on public computers.
Looking for an effective and elegant to-do list that syncs with iCal and Mail? Anxiety helps relieve your task-related stress.
LG and Philips will be showing off some of the first digital-to-analog converter boxes at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Interesting background on mobile PC’s and handhelds and their influence on Apple
Mac maker Apple Inc., which later this month will unveil its first sub-notebook design in over a decade, is likely to offer an external optical drive as an optional accessory, according to a new report.
Is this the first pre-Macworld Expo leaked image of Apple’s rumored ultra-thin subportable?
iPhone certainly caught Dean Takahashi’s (mercurynews.com) attention in 2007. “Apple tossed out the design parameters for cell phones and came up with a device based on what you wished cell phones would be,” he reports. iPhone “has a 3.5-inch display, a touch screen that makes it easier to use your fingers to browse Web pages, an instant link to YouTube’s top videos and an easy way to call contacts or create group calls.” Takahashi also thinks the “ new iMacs look great as wireless all-in-one units without a lot of ugly cables. They have great automatic backup systems, wonderful video editing tools, and cool methods for keeping your desktop organized.”
“The biggest tech story of 2007 occurred shortly after the new year when Apple announced the iPhone at the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco,” writes Larry Magid (cbsnews.com) in his assessment of the tech innovations for 2007. And, Magid points out, Apple “also came out with a new operating system last year called Leopard.” In fact, “unlike the lukewarm response to Vista, Mac users seem to be generally impressed by Leopard.”
If you’re attending Macworld 2008 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco less than two weeks from today, you may also want to participate in the seventh annual Macworld Final Cut Pro User Group Supermeet. Scheduled for Wednesday, January 16, it features presentations by Apple, Adobe, SONY, Blackmagic Design, and a variety of Bay Area filmmakers.
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