Must be a bad night. Shortly after I determined that Firefox 3.
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Jason D. O'Grady
Jason O'Grady is a journalist and author specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile gadgets and his PowerPage blog has been publishing for over 18 years.
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If you're a Mac Firefox user, I'd recommend staying away from the recently released 3.0.
The picture above was posted to Macenstein purporting to be the new Mac mini. My only question: why does it have a lid?
A post on personal credit forum CreditBoards by a person claiming to be an AT&T corporate employee working at HQ in Atlanta says AT&T's credit department is getting into the holiday spirit by lowering their credit standards.According to the poster "radiodesignguy" the change took affect around 10 December 2008 and runs through 1 January 2009 and was implemented in an effort to sell more iPhones over the holidays.
The Jewish holiday of Chanukah began on Sunday night and runs for 8 days. A couple of San Francisco programmers are bringing in the holiday with a fun iPhone and iTouch app.
The MacBook Pro's backlit keyboard is a terrific feature, however, its behavior can be erratic and even be judged annoying. However, the free Lab Tick utility, recently updated, can offer users better control of the "illumination.
In previous installments I've blogged about Craig Hockenberry's (Icon Factory) and David Barnard's (App Cubby) thoughts on the economics of the App Store.Hockenberry bemoaned the proliferation of "crapware" that higher-priced apps are forced to compete with while Barnard posted actual numbers from the App Cubby bank account.
10. Flash9. Zune Skins for iPhone8. Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the iLounge Lizards7.
EZ4Media, a Bannockburn, IL maker of wireless entertainment devices, filed a lawsuit against Apple on Tuesday, claiming that the Apple TV, Airport Express, and Macintosh itself infringe on its patents which it obtained from Universal Electronics (UEI) in March.In the complaint, EZ4Media alleges that Apple hired three former UEI employees about a year before it introduced Apple TV and that the employees had access to UEI's confidential and proprietary information.
Imagination Technologies announced Thursday that Apple has purchased a 3.6 percent stake in the company, which will only cost Apple 3.